Posted March 24, 2012 on
PULLMAN -- Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel is learning a new offense in addition to coming off an injury-riddled season. And he threw a few picks on Day One. But neither that, nor anything else, seems to phase Tuel, and he made a whole heckuva lot completions on Saturday during the Cougs' second practice of the spring session.
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WASHINGTON STATE COACH Ken Bone is not giving up hope that his best player will be able to compete in the best-of-three College Basketball Invitational championship series that begins at 7 p.m. Monday against Pittsburgh (TV: HDNet) at Friel Court. Bone said during his Saturday teleconference that junior center Brock Motum has not been ruled out against the Panthers.
PULLMAN -- The footballs were flying on the first day of spring drills at Washington State, but so was the instruction and coaching from the WSU staff. As seen through the CF.C lens...
COUGARS PLAYERS THIS spring and offseason are running more than they ever have before, and with two-thirds of Mike Leach's offense already installed after just two days, it's a new day out on the Palouse. Here are 15 more exclusive shots as seen by the CF.C lens -- with lots more to come -- of spring ball happenings at Washington State.
The Cougars had an unusual practice on Thursday, playing without not only pads, but helmets as well. Nevertheless, that allowed Total Blue Sports photographer Troy Verde to get some good shots of some of the faces - current or future - of BYU's football program.