Posted July 25, 2012 on
AN INTERNET REPORT stating that starting Washington State nose tackle Anthony Laurenzi had been dismissed from the team got the crimson masses jumping this afternoon, but indications are that report looks to be premature.
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Per Christian Caple's twitter account we've learned that a couple Washington State Cougars have been in a bit of trouble the last few days.
Starting linebacker Travis Long was arrested on the evening of July 20 on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.
On Sunday DT Anthony Laurenzi was arrested on suspicion of third-degree theft.
A WSU spokesman confirmed that...
It was several years ago that Mike Price left the Washington State football program. In fact, it has been a decade since he last coached there, after 14 strong seasons. You would think that members of the media would be used to the fact that he isn’t around. That wasn’t the case yesterday at the [...]
As Washington State revamps their defense, senior Travis Long has enjoyed transitioning into a hybrid linebacker role. Long discusses the defense under new coordinator Mike Breske, some personal goals for the season, and more in this 1-on-1 video interview from Pac-12 Media Day.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. - Hear what Washington State head coach Mike Leach had to say at Pac-12 Media Day.
WASHINGTON STATE will play at least 16 games against 2012 postseason tournament participants, including a matchup with 2012 NCAA Tournament runner-up Kansas, highlighting the 2012-13 Washington State men’s basketball schedule, as announced by head coach Ken Bone in a release from WSU on Thursday.