Posted April 05, 2012 on
WASHINGTON STATE’S INCOMING recruiting class could be a moving target. Coach Ken Bone said Thursday during his postseason teleconference that incoming recruits DeMarquise Johnson and Richard Peters have not yet met NCAA eligibility requirements. Bone discussed that issue, Brock Motum’s status and much more.
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The Cougars of Northwest Rankin put together an outstanding season in 2011. After posting an 11-2 mark as a junior, wide receiver Je'Kory Trigg believes his team can take the next step this fall. Trigg had a break out campaign as a junior and is poised for ever bigger things as a senior.
PULLMAN -- It was supposed to be a non-contact practice. Instead, Washington State’s football team seemed satisfied with giving an encore performance of WWE’s Wrestlemania. And after watching the Cougars play at the highest tempo they have all spring, coach Mike Leach said he was satisfied with his team’s effort during Thursday’s practice at Rogers Field.
The Washington State Cougars finished near the bottom of the Pac 12 this season, but they ended the season with a winning record (19-18) and they lost to Pitt in the final of the College Basketball Invitational.
Not the worst result in the world, in fact they did the Pac 12 proud in my opinion.
Here are 5 things were learned about the 2011-2012 Washington State Cougars...
PEOPLE SOMETIMES forget that the goal-line stand didn’t seal the deal. In the season-opening win over UCLA that set our 1997 Washington State Cougars on the road to the Rose Bowl for the time in 67 years, there was still 2:48 left on the clock after that incredible stop on the two-foot-line. That meant the Cougar offense still had critical work to do.