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The Cougars host the Bengals of Idaho State at LaVell Edwards Stadium this Saturday. It will be the first time BYU’s played Idaho State since 1951. Total Blue Sports takes a look at what type of team Idaho State is, as well as some of the standout players the Bengals will field against the Cougars this weekend.
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Washington State has received some good news on the recruiting trail this week, adding forwards Richard Longrus and Brett Boese to a recruiting class that already held a verbal commitment from former Oklahoma pledge Richard Peters, a center. The icing on the cake came today, though, as talented 6′-6″ wing Demarquise Johnson of Westwind Prep (AZ) committed to the Cougars over...
THE MISSED TACKLES were numerous. The offensive breakdowns were plentiful. And that was just the first half. Washington State was dominated in just about every phase of the game against Oregon State in Seattle, and came out on the short end of 44-21 decision.
The Washington State University women's rowing team finished racing at the Head of the Spokane Saturday and posted the top women's time of the regatta. The Cougars raced three varsity eights, three novice eights, three varsity fours, and two pairs.SPOKANE, Wash. - The Washington State University women's rowing team finished racing at the Head of the Spokane Saturday and...
Richard Longrus, a 6-foot-6 small forward, also was considering Colorado, Stanford and Utah.
THE USE OF tight ends -- or lack thereof -- is a common discussion among fans on message boards. Washington State coach Paul Wulff said during his Thursday teleconference that he hears about it frequently and has a simple explanation as to why the Cougars, who play at 7:30 p.m. Saturday against Oregon State at CenturyLink Field (TV: Root Sports), have not utilized that position.
Junior Emma Betland led Washington State with a 4-over 76 during first round play at the Mercedes-Benz SEC/Pac-12 Challenge Friday Oct. 21.
Washington State (10-4-2, 4-1-1 Pac-12) travels to Oregon for matches at Oregon State, Friday at 7:30 p.m. and at Oregon, Sunday at 1 p.m...first of three-straight Pac-12 road weekends for the Cougars.
Washington State University Athletics introduces a new mobile experience for Cougar fans with iPhone and Android devices. The official mobile application of WSU Athletics offers iPhone and Android owners easy and instant access to up-to-the-minute news, scores, live game play-by-play, stats, schedules, rosters and photo galleries for the 2011-12 school year.
The Washington State women's tennis team will travel to Stanford Oct.21-25 to compete in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northwest Regional. Teams from Washington, Oregon and California are participating in addition to the Cougars.
WASHINGTON STATE scored a big commitment on Saturday with 2012 wing Demarquise Johnson. Here's how it went down...
The Washington State volleyball team took a commanding two-set lead before falling in five sets to No. 18 Oregon Friday night in Eugene.
Demarquise Johnson was an important commitment for Washington State. What kind of class does Wazzu have with Johnson on board?
In front of an enthusiastic home crowd at Gibb Pool, the Washington State swim team went head-to-head with the team from USC, Friday. The Trojans, who finished third nationally last season, won the dual meet with a score of 120-74.
The University of Houston swimming and diving team fell to the University of Miami 136.5-103.5 Friday evening at the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center. The Cougars turned in four first place finishes and two NCAA "B" cut times in the losing effort.<a href="http://www.uhcougars.com/sports/w-swim/stats/2011-2012/resultsuhvmiami.html"Results | Photo Gallery