Posted November 12, 2013 on
THE COUGARS KNOW they must win two of their final three games to become eligible for a bowl. But coach Mike Leach said during his Monday afternoon teleconference that the Cougs don't feel a heightened sense of urgency for Saturday’s game at 11 a.m. at Arizona (TV: Pac-12 Networks). He also discussed the performance of the receivers and his relationship with Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez.

110 Sports Podcast: Mike Leach

Washington State football coach Mike Leach joins Matt this week to discuss his team's improvement from his first season to now and the importance of new facilities to future success. He also looks back at the Cougars' Halloween night loss to Arizona State and previews this week's game at Arizona. View podcast archives

Bone praises Cougars’ defensive intensity

THE NEW DEFENSIVE rules continue to be a discussion point throughout college basketball. With Washington State switching to a more aggressive defensive style, coach Ken Bone was asked about how his team fared on that end during his Wednesday morning teleconference.

Moos eyes rollover with Mike Leach's contract

PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said Monday he cannot “see any problem” with football coach Mike Leach agreeing to a contract provision next month that turns his original five-year contract into a five-year rollover deal.

Leach tells CF.C he'll enact rollover clause

PULLMAN – More than a few Washington State football fans -- as well as non-Cougar fans -- have wondered if a big-name coach like Mike Leach will stay in Pullman for long. But Leach told on Monday he “absolutely” intends to transform his original contract into a five-year rollover deal next month.

HOOPS: Will Isabell sign with Cougs tomorrow?

THE EARLY SIGNING PERIOD for basketball begins tomorrow and Washington State looks to have three scholies available. But will they use all three now or save some for later? And will three-star point guard Tramaine Isabell out of Seattle's Garfield High ink his National Letter of Intent to Washington State at first opportunity...or will he wait?

Griffin opens up his recruitment

Bellevue (Wash.) defensive lineman Marcus Griffin committed to Washington State way back in April but decided on Sunday night to re-open the recruiting process.
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