Posted January 16, 2013 on
QUIETLY AND UNDER the radar, Arizona running back Daniel Jenkins took a trip to Washington State this past weekend. He’s transferring from Arizona and the Palouse trip convinced him Wazzu was the right place for him. And he tells CF.C he’s eligible to play for the Cougars this upcoming season.
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The Cougars have been on a bit of a roll lately, having won six consecutive games (longest winning streak since two seasons ago) while getting more balance and improved shooting. However, Wednesday night’s home game against Saint Mary’s will be a big measuring stick for the Cougars, who are eager to avenge a season-sweep by the Gaels last year.
La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat wide out Darren Andrews took an official visit to Washington State over the weekend and said he enjoyed his time in Pullman.
ONLY ONE TEAM has more conference losses than Washington State as it enters the third week of Pac-12 play. Coach Ken Bone said during his Tuesday teleconference that does not mean the 6:30 p.m. Wednesday contest against Utah (TV: Pac-12 Networks) at Friel Court will be easy, though. After all, one of the Utes’ three conference wins last season came against the Cougars.
The Cougars of BYU are in search of a standout defensive end, and have found one in the Deep South. Visiting BYU this weekend will be a Georgia defensive end prospect that at one time was committed to the University of Tennessee.
IF WASHINGTON STATE'S 0-3 start to the Pac-12 men’s basketball season seems familiar, you’re not hallucinating. It’s been awhile since the Cougars kicked off league at 0-3, but there are plenty of slow starts in the team’s recent history. And depending on how far you want to go back, the news isn’t all that bad.