Posted December 12, 2012 on
PULLMAN -- When he's not in school or studying, Reggie Moore raps, plays the guitar and dreams of one day starting a clothing line. “I have a lot more time on my hands,” says the former Washington State point guard, who was kicked off the team in September for reasons that remain quiet other than the standard "violation of team rules."
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WASHINGTON STATE COACH Ken Bone is looking for clarity. Since Reggie Moore was dismissed from the program before the season, Bone has been searching for a primary ball handler. Bone said during his Tuesday teleconference that he hopes to figure that issue out — and others — before the Cougars begin Pac-12 play in January.
An internal investigation into allegations by a former player of abuse by coaches on the Washington State football team did not turn up any evidence of such abuse in the program headed by coach Mike Leach.
Athletic director Bill Moos says a dozen players were interviewed by two members of his staff, and all reported they were having a positive experience at Washington State.
WASHINGTON STATE LANDED a big commitment on Monday afternoon, a highly sought cornerback with multiple Pac-12 offers.
WASHINGTON STATE NEEDED a boost to their offensive line stable -- and they got it. Heading into his official visit this past weekend, a 6-6, 285-pound mid-year JUCO o-line prospect said Washington State was the team to beat to land his services. And now the hoss tells CF.C he saw all he needed to see this weekend in Pullman to make the call.
The Cougars held their first practice in preparation for the Poinsettia Bowl on Monday. Afterward, Coach Mendenhall spoke to the media about the team's practice schedule, BYU's bowl situation, player injuries, the current situation at quarterback, recruiting, exploring other job opportunities and more.
WITH LINEBACKERS coach Jeff Choate leaving Washington State for the defensive coordinator's job at UTEP, what does that mean for WSU, especially in this stretch run of recruiting? Do the Cougs need to fill the position now or can they afford to wait?
CHRIS MARTIN, the 4-star d-line junior college prospect out of City College of San Francisco, has become a big name since his recent official visit to Washington State. Following that trip, he said the Cougars were the No. 1 team with the junior college signing period coming up fast. Does he still feel the same way? CF.C asked him about that and more...
A PREP DEFENSIVE LINE prospect from Florida got to see something at Washington State this past weekend he’s never seen before. And after his official visit to Wazzu, the Cougs are now tied with a Big-12 school at the top of his leaderboard.