Posted October 23, 2013 on
PULLMAN -- Ike Iroegbu’s ears have to be burning by now. In recent weeks, Royce Woolridge, DaVonté Lacy and Ken Bone have all, independently, praised the Washington State freshman’s development at point guard. Iroegbu himself tells Cougfan.com he’s been working hard on the court, during and after practice, and devouring film with assistant coach Curtis Allen.
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PLAYING GAMES OUTSIDE of Saturday increasingly is becoming popular as television revenues soar throughout major college football conferences. Washington State will play its first game on a nontraditional date this season when it hosts Arizona State at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Coach Mike Leach talked about what challenges – if any – that presents and more during his Thursday teleconference.
The video highlights, from Mike Wines of Oregon Duck Soup, delayed slightly due to family issues. Mike's dad is fine and the Ducks are rolling at 7-0:
A 6-6, 305-POUND offensive lineman who verbally committed to Washington State in August no longer has a scholarship offer from the Cougars following an off-the-field incident, multiple independent sources with knowledge of the situation have told Cougfan.com over the last week.
PULLMAN — After four days of rest and coaches hitting the road for some recruiting, the Cougars returned to Martin Stadium for practice. Washington State went about its regular Thursday schedule with a short skelly and team session followed by some Thursday Night Football. The offense struggled to get into a rhythm during skelly, but bounced back during team session.
WITH FOUR regular season games left in Mike Leach's second year at Washington State, the statistics beg the question: Has the Air Raid been figured out? According to the Pac-12 site, the Cougs rank ninth in the conference in scoring offense, eighth in total offense and 11th in passing efficiency. CF.C asked Mike Leach about why that was...