Posted April 23, 2013 on
IF NFLDRAFTSCOUT.COM and Scout.com are right, Washington State’s Jeff Tuel will be taken Saturday in the seventh round of the NFL draft. Offensive lineman Wade Jacobson, meanwhile, doesn’t appear on the depth charts of many draft forecasters, but he tells Cougfan.com he’s hearing encouraging words from several NFL teams. He also has a legend in his corner.
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PULLMAN -- Spring Ball at Washington State concluded Tuesday on a very high note for Connor Halliday and the offense. Head man Mike Leach was highly pleased with his team’s offensive production on the day and named several players who were pleasant surprises this spring -- two of whom reside in the defensive secondary and had picks on the day.
SPOKANE - Washington State ran through many more plays than originally planned on Saturday. Here's more from the Cougs' Crimson and Gray Game.
THE ANNUAL OFFSEASON fight for jobs at Washington State will continue long after Tuesday's final spring practice. And the coaches like to keep the battles open heading into fall camp -- more competition means better results. But here’s our take of where things stand on defense with 14 spring sessions in the books...
WITH 15 SPRING BALL practices barely in the books, Washington State assistant coaches turn now to spending four of the next five-plus weeks at full speed out on the recruiting trail -- seven WSU coaches went out on the road today. Indeed, the focus is squarely on recruiting from now through the month of May, with each WSU coach averaging as many as eight high school visits per day.