Posted October 19, 2012 on
FORMER WASHINGTON STATE basketball players continue to transform the Cougar Nation into the Cougar World. Indeed, Cougars are playing pro ball everywhere from the NBA to New Zealand to South Korea to Germany and beyond.
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PULLMAN -- The Cougars responded. Twenty-four hours after a disastrous practice performance, Washington State came out with energy, putting forth a strong performance Wednesday evening. The offense was clicking for the majority of the afternoon, but coach Mike Leach is demanding more from his defense. One thing is for sure -- just about anything would be a step up from yesterday.
PULLMAN -- A lingering knee injury and lack of playing time prompted Blair Bomber to leave the Washington State football program earlier this week, the speedy slot receiver from Lynden told Cougfan.com Wednesday evening. And while he said the decision wasn’t easy, he knows exactly where the new path is heading.
PULLMAN -- With some boo birds still echoing outside, Washington State freshman receiver Brett Bartolone stood in front of the media gathered inside Bohler Gym on Saturday following the Cougars' fourth-straight Pac-12 loss, and he conveyed a powerful message.
Josh Hawkinson committed to Washington State on Friday, giving the Cougars to commitments in their 2013 recruiting class.
WASHINGTON STATE'S focus on adding beef to its 2013 football recruiting class has, ironically, taken a turn into one of the top cattle-raising states in the nation. WSU's latest scholarship offer has been extended to a 6-3, 290-pounder who lives right in the smack dab middle of Oklahoma.
PHOENIX – Give future Washington State quarterback Tyler Bruggman time to throw and the results are devastating for the other team. Friday night was a case in point. Bruggman, afforded immaculate protection by his offensive line, sat cool and comfortable in the pocket in his Brophy Prep team’s game with Mesa Westwood and turned in a mini-passing clinic.