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MMQB from Insider Steve our resident Washington State Cougars guru weighs in with his take on the Utah Utes vs. vs. WSU Cougars recap. On the one yard with momentum on the WSU side, Paul Wulff elected to take Conner Halliday, who just drove the offense 74 yards in 5 plays, and his offense off the field in favor of PK Andrew Furney. Why oh Why?
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Yesterday, Washington State suffered a loss at the hands of Utah 30-27 in overtime. Today, however, injury was added to the insult of the loss with the announcement made by Washington State that starting quarterback Connor Halliday suffered a lacerated liver during the game.
Halliday was taken to Pullman Regional Hospital for observation and imaging following the defeat, after receiving...
Washington State redshirt freshman quarterback Connor Halliday made his first career start Saturday versus the Utah Utes, but unfortunately he might have made his last, at least for this season. During Wazzu’s thrilling but heartbreaking 30-27 OT loss to Utah, Halliday took several hits to the body throughout the game causing Halliday to suffer a lacerated liver. After the game...
Insider Steve our Washington State Cougars blogger weighs in with his thoughts on the coaching future of current Cougs HC Paul Wulff. Bill Moos has a tough desision to make. Moos understands better then most the positive gains Wulff has contributed to this football team. Recruiting has been a strength. Conner Halliday, Austin Apodaca for example.
On this day in 1992
The 1992 Apple Cup remains one of the biggest in series history. Photo source: The Seattle Times
On a snowy day in Pullman, Wash., No. 25 Washington State won the Apple Cup and ended the national title hopes of No. 5 Washington in a 42-23 stunner. Trailing 7-6 at the half, the Cougars ran away from the Huskies in the third quarter behind two touchdown passes from...
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday will miss the Apple Cup against rival Washington this weekend because of a lacerated liver suffered in an overtime loss to Utah.
The Washington State swimming team won both relays as well as five individual events at Northern Arizona, Monday.
PULLMAN – The weekend weather forecast calls for rain in Seattle – what else is new? – but the Washington State Cougars can rest assured that weather conditions at Saturday’s Apple Cup won’t be nearly as challenging as the ones they faced during practice Monday night at Rogers Field.
THE CRAZINESS OF college football is about to descend on Washington State this week, where it appears the outcome of Saturday’s Apple Cup could be about more than just bragging rights.
The Washington State University football team (4-7, 2-6 Pac-12) concludes its 2011 season when it travels to Seattle to face the Washington Huskies (6-5, 4-4) in the Apple Cup, Saturday, Nov. 26 at CenturyLink Field. Gametime is set for 4:30 p.m.
Washington State University men's basketball remains on the road as it heads to Anaheim, Calif., to take part in the 76 Classic at the Anaheim Convention Center.
The Washington State University volleyball team (12-18 overall, 4-16 Pac-12) meets in-state and Pac-12 rival No. 11 Washington twice this week...Tues., Nov. 22 at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, and Fri., Nov. 25 in Bohler Gym, Pullman.
A full-on offensive assault from the 11th-ranked Husky volleyball team led to a 3-0 sweep of rival Washington State tonight in the regular season home finale. The Huskies hit a blistering .506 as a team.
Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham recaps the win over Washington State, senior day, Colorado, and the possibility to play in the Pac-12 title game in his weekly press conference.
Game #8-083: Washington State Cougars at Portland PilotsNovember 20, 2011 10:00 pmChiles CenterBBState Stats/RecapThe first question that popped into my mind as I settled into my upper balcony general admission seat to watch the Portland Pilots play host to the Washington State Cougars was, naturally, why on earth are there Teletubbies standing in front of me?
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Washington State fell to No. 11 Washington in straight sets of 25-14, 25-21, 25-14 Tuesday night at the Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle. UW moved to 22-7 overall and 14-7 in Pac-12 while the Cougars dropped to 12-19 overall and 4-17, in the conference standings.