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Last weekend’s matchup between Stanford and Washington State was supposed to be an exciting one. Unfortunately for the Cougars, it didn’t end up that way, as they were blown out 55-17.
However, the broadcast of the game turned fun late in the game when one Wazzu fan was shown on TV in all of his misery — America affectionately dubbed him ‘Popcorn Guy’ — it’s easy to...
The cameras caught this fan at the Stanford-Washington State game this weekend. With his feet kicked up and his head tilted back, he went all out to...
PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars have played with a certain amount of swagger all season, and they insist that nothing will change in that regard despite Saturday’s lopsided loss to Stanford.
WASHINGTON STATE COACH Mike Leach does not discuss injuries, but he strongly indicated which quarterback would start at 1 p.m. Saturday at California. Leach also shared his thoughts on the Golden Bears and reflected on Saturday’s 55-17 loss against No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field during his Monday afternoon teleconference.
For the first time in at least recent memory, Stanford football does not have a glaring weakness. The Cardinal's tour de force in Seattle destroyed Washington State 55-17. Here's a postgame evaluation of our pregame keys.
THE BAD NEWS is, Washington State lost 55-17. The good news? Outside of Oregon, the Cougars are unlikely to see another team like Stanford this season. And they certainly won't see it this coming week against Cal.
As Stanford prepares for Washington, it's important to examine the finer details of the Cardinal's recent win against Washington State. Here's the nitty gritty from the Farm Boys' excellent effort.
SPOKANE – Another blowout loss in the annual Seattle “home” game left many Washington State football fans steaming, even if they were soaked to the bone during Saturday’s 55-17 loss to No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field. WSU athletic director Bill Moos has been a strong supporter of the Seattle games, but Monday on his weekly radio show he left the door open to keeping all...
PULLMAN -- Despite three clouds hanging overhead, Washington State players and head coach Ken Bone were buoyant Tuesday as the Cougs started on-campus basketball practices following three days behind closed doors in Lewiston. Much of the talk centered on new plans on defense, but freshman Ike Iroegbu chimed in that he’s ready for a starting role at point guard.
COACHING REUNIONS ALWAYS are a popular subject in the media and that was no different Tuesday morning as Washington State’s Mike Leach was asked multiple questions about his protégé, California’s Sonny Dykes. The two coaches face each other for the first time when the Cougars play at 1 p.m. Saturday at California (TV: Fox Sports 1).
The Cougars have a tough test ahead of them this Friday when they go on the road to take on Utah State. On Monday Coach Howell talked about the USU offense and the challenges that it poses.