Posted September 20, 2013 on
Lompoc (Calif.) defensive lineman Ainuu Taua will take his first official visit of the year this weekend when he heads to Pullman to check out Washington State.

Sorensen: What a difference year makes on OL

HERE’S A TELLING difference between this year’s Washington State football team and last year’s: The 2013 Cougars have sent out the same starting offensive line in each of their first three games. A year ago after three games, they had yet to start the same five players in the same positions from one week to the next.

A dominating first half by Cougs

IT WAS A DOMINANT effort in the first half by the Washington State defense. With 11 hats swarming to the football, the Cougs wrapped up exceedingly well and forced two turnovers. After a slow start, Connor Halliday found a groove and tossed four touchdown passes as the Cougs took a 28-0 lead headed into the locker room.

PRACTICE: WSU o-line continues making strides

PULLMAN — Washington State’s defense has been ahead of its offense for most of the season and it was no different during “Thursday Night Football.” The Cougars’ defensive line made it difficult for the running backs to find any open lanes, while the secondary swatted down numerous passes. Also, offensive line coach Clay McGuire talked with CF.C to give his assessment of...

BLOG: Official visit weekends begin at WSU

WASHINGTON STATE'S recruiting shifts into a new phase this weekend -- the formal hosting of prep and junior college prospects on official campus visits. And Mike Leach is kicking things off with a bang.

Future Coug QB has up and down night

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Washington State quarterback recruit Peyton Bender didn’t play his best game Friday night -- but he didn’t have to. Bender’s Cardinal Gibbons Chiefs improved to 4-0 by rolling to a 30-0 win over overmatched host Boyd Anderson (0-4).

Three-star hoss will finally get to see WSU

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Sean Krepsz has had Washington State at the top of his list for quite some time. But the 6-5, 295-pounder has yet to see in person what WSU is all about. This weekend, when the Cougs take on Idaho in a Homecoming matchup, the three-star prospect will get the chance to do just that.

Three-star LB ready for Wazzu visit

THREE-STAR LINEBACKER prospect Chandler Leniu has long been hearing from the Washington State staff and he'll touch down in Pullman on Saturday morning for his official visit. He tells CF.C the Cougs are one of two programs recruiting him the hardest and that a close friend and WSU verbal commit is also in his ear singing the praises of Wazzu.
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