Posted March 01, 2013 on
THE COMPETITION will be wide open this spring across the board at Washington State but perhaps nowhere will the battle be as pitched as on the offensive line. A QB battle tends to get the most ink and the Cougs have one of those in 2013. But no area on the offense will influence the Cougars' win-loss record more this season than up front on the o-line.
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Layshia Clarendon scored 26 points as No. 6 California beat Washington State 73-60 on Thursday night to stay in first place in the Pac-12.
Afure Jemerigbe added 14 points for California (26-2, 16-1), which has won 14 straight games.
The win allowed Cal to set a program record for conference wins in a season, and to at least keep pace with No. 4 Stanford, which played Thursday at...
TANA PRITCHARD’S star this spring appears to be rising as fast as Chester Sua’s was dropping last fall. And the result is that Pritchard, not Sua, will enter Washington State’s spring practices next month as the No. 2 weakside linebacker behind starter Justin Sagote.
MIKE LEACH has mentioned a couple of times in recent weeks that one of his most pressing concerns is adding heft to the Cougars' offensive line. The Cougs were so underweight last season that they averaged 50 pounds less per man than his old hosses at Texas Tech, he said. A comparison of other Pac-12 offensive lines yields some interesting data.