Posted September 11, 2012 on
PULLMAN -- Punishment was the name of the game Monday at Washington State. Whether it was the offensive linemen, wide receivers, defensive line, safeties -- it didn’t matter, all received tongue-lashings. As for the quarterback situation with Jeff Tuel and Connor Halliday, the plot thickened…
BEST OF MAXIM
The Pac-12 Conference has suspended Washington State safety Deone Bucannon for a half game for a hit to the head of an Eastern Washington player this past Saturday.
Bucannon, a junior, will miss the first half of the Cougars' game at UNLV on Friday night.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott announced the suspension on Tuesday. He said that the action came after the league's...
WASHINGTON STATE has long tapped the California recruiting pipeline and that was showcased once again Monday night. WSU received a verbal commitment from a versatile playmaker, a guy who could play either cornerback or running back at the Pac-12 level. And he tells CF.C he couldn’t be happier about his decision to go crimson.
PULLMAN -- For the Cougars’ senior running back Carl Winston, junior kicker Andrew Furney and freshman linebacker Darryl Monroe – the theme remained constant on Monday. Yes, it was big to get that first win under their belts. But now it’s on to the next one. Furney showed he has just as big a personality as he does a leg. And Monroe said fellow 'backer Cyrus Coen, well...
THE PACIFIC-12 CONFERENCE has suspended Washington State safety Deone Bucannon for the first half of Friday night’s game at UNLV for a hit that resulted in a concussion for Eastern Washington wide receiver Greg Herd last Saturday.
GET READY FOR A week of uncertainty at quarterback at Washington State regarding Jeff Tuel and Connor Halliday. Indeed, for Cougar fans, from now until probably Friday night at 6 p.m., it figures to be a question-filled week with opinions, no official answers and loads of projection. So what's the early word from Monday's practice?
PULLMAN -- The football team wasn't the only Washington State squad making its home-field debut of 2012 on Saturday.
AN IN-STATE hoops prospect was in town this weekend at Washington State and said he had a whale of a time. But was it enough for Tacoma’s Tre’Shaun Lexing, rated by Scout.com as a three-star small forward in the 2013 class, to commit during his trip?