Posted February 06, 2013 on
DAVE EMERICK, Washington State's recruiting coordinator and chief of staff, spent some time Wednesday answering questions from an enthusiastic group of CF.C subscribers who jumped into the Chat Room for a little signing-day insight. Here's a transcript of highlights from the wide-ranging Q&A.
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WSU’s Class is 10th in the Pac-12
Mike Leach‘s first year at WSU was full of disappointment and controversy. Rather than the beginning of his tenure, it was more of a segment on “cleaning house,” and after a very forgettable 2012 campaign, Leach and his Washington State Cougars look to bounce back in his second season.
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Washington State signed its top recruit, quarterback Tyler Bruggman, after a bit of drama Wednesday.
Various media reports said Arizona State made a late pitch to the four-star prospect from Phoenix. Washington State coach Mike Leach said he did not know if that was true, but said he had little doubt that the 6-foot-2, 202-pound Bruggman would sign with the Cougars. Bruggman was...
ONE FACT SHOULD be clear 10 games into Pac-12 play: Washington State cannot afford mediocre performances from senior center Brock Motum. The Cougars stayed close – and even led at times despite Motum going more than 13 minutes without points to start the game – but it was not enough as the Cougars lost 72-68 on Thursday at USC.
Torn between the Cougars and hometown Sun Devils, Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep four-star quarterback, Tyler Bruggman, was stressed out on National Signing Day. FOX Sports NEXT caught up with the signal-caller as soon as made his final decision and signed his Letter of Intent with Washington State...
Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey cornerback Daquawn Brown discusses signing with Washington State, what the experience means to him, and much more...