Found October 25, 2011 on Oregon Ducks Athletics:
Saturday's game between No. 7 Oregon (6-1, 4-0 Pac-12) and Washington State (3-4, 1-3 Pac-12) is set for 12 p.m. at Autzen Stadium, with a live telecast on FSN.

3 Keys To Washington State

Each Wednesday, eDuck Sports will examine the "3 keys" to Oregon victory leading up to their next game. This week, we'll take a look at what it will take for the Ducks to knock off the Washington State Cougars.

General News. John Olerud Joins Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame

Washington State University baseball legend John G. Olerud was honored as part of the Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame's class of 2011 at a ceremony, Tuesday inside the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.

Long-time NFL Scouts weigh in on Wulff, Cougs

HOW MUCH HAS Washington State improved over the last three-and-a-half years and are they on the right path? They're pressing questions in Cougar Nation right now after the loss to Oregon State. So CF.C went looking for answers in as objective a place as we could find: the NFL. More specifically, we talked with a pair of long-time NFL scouts -- people who are paid to focus on...

Betty White is now a WSU Cougar

veryone's favorite Golden Girl is now an honorary Washington State University alumna. The 89-year-old actress was given an honorary degree and a white doctors coat at the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association's centennial gala in Yakima earlier this month, according to the Associated Press. White has long been a donor to WSU because of a friendship with Southern...

PRACTICE REPORT: Cougars lose big bodies

PULLMAN -- Washington State certainly cannot afford injuries as it prepares to play at noon Saturday at No. 7 Oregon (TV: Root Sports), but that is exactly how Wednesday's practice unfolded. A couple of big bodies went down, and while the injuries don't appear to be serious, it did require them to miss the last half of practice.

Swimming & Diving. Utah Women Meet Washington State

This week, the Utah women will swim in their first home meet of the season against the Washington State Cougars at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Ute Natatorium.

Wulff strikes adamant tone

IT IS POLITICAL election season and many incumbents are trying to convince voters that their accomplishments deserve re-election. The feeling is similar around Washington State’s football team where fourth-year coach Paul Wulff remained adamant that his team is heading in the right direction during his Tuesday teleconferences as the Cougars for No. 7 Oregon at noon Saturday (TV: Root Sports).

Tuel time over? QB could miss rest of season

The health woes for Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel keep on coming, not unlike the hits he’s been taking in limited action this season. After making his first start of the season two weeks ago against Stanford (an illness kept Tuel sidelined for a portion of the season-opener against Idaho State; Tuel would attempt only two…

W. Soccer. Wildcats Host Huskies and Cougars

University of Arizona women's soccer team returns to Murphey Field at Mulcahy Stadium this weekend for its final matches of the season. Friday, October 28, the Wildcats will face off against Washington at 7 p.m. On Sunday, October 30, Arizona will take on Washington State at 11 a.m. MST.

Cougar Baseball Announces 2012 Schedule

The Washington State University baseball team is scheduled to play 24 games in 2012 against teams that participated in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship last season.

Cougar Game at California Set for 3:30 p.m. Start

Washington State's football game at California, Nov. 5, has been set for a 3:30 p.m. start from AT&T Park in San Francisco.

BYU football: Turnovers have killed Cougars against talented TCU

BYU football: Turnovers have killed Cougars against talented TCU By Jay Drew The Salt Lake Tribune Published Oct 25, 2011 09:20PM MDT Provo • There is one statistical category in which BYU has not fallen short of TCU the past three years, but it is not a positive one. Turnovers. The Cougars have coughed up the ball eight times while being outscored 101-17 in three games...

Football. Karstetter Named 2011 NFF National Scholar-Athlete

Washington State University senior wide receiver Jared Karstetter has been named a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete, as announced by the NFF Wednesday.

Cross Country. Cross Country Heads South for Pac-12 Championships

The Washington State men's and women's cross country teams will head to Litchfield Park, Arizona, to compete in the Pac-12 Conference Championships. The men's 8,000m race and women's 6,000m race are to be held at Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park.

W. Swimming. Cougar Swimming Travels to Utah for First Road Meet

In its first away meet of the season, the Washington State swim team will travel to Salt Lake City to take on Utah.
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