Found November 17, 2011 on ESPN:
Washington State coach Paul Wulff says starting quarterback Jeff Tuel is likely done for the season.

Washington State's Tuel likely finished for season

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- Washington State coach Paul Wulff says starting quarterback Jeff Tuel is likely done for the season.

Wulff reflects on SRs with home finale near

WASHINGTON STATE COACH Paul Wulff rarely has talked about experience in the program -- mostly because his teams have featured little of it. But with the home finale at 2 p.m. Saturday quickly approaching, Wulff spent some time Thursday discussing this year’s senior class.

W. Basketball. Cougars Open Road Trip Friday At Wisconsin

Washington State University opens its 10-day road trip against University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Friday evening.

Cougars Hit Road to Face Portland Sunday

After notching its first win of the season Thursday, the Washington State University men's basketball team will hit the road for four-straight games beginning at Portland, Sunday, Nov. 20. Tip-off at Chiles Center is scheduled for 7 p.m. A live webcast is available via Portland's website.

Recruiting Snapshot: Washington State takes a look at the recruiting class of Washington State for 2012...

Gonzaga coach goes for 300; Washington State hits road

I'm off Thursday, but didn't want to miss letting you know about a few key games happening this weekend. To set the mood, I've got Michael Jackson's "I Wanna Be Where You Are." It's off his first solo album in 1972 and shamefully I just discovered it Monday. Not that I was alive in '72, still, running around telling people it's my new favorite...

W. Swimming. Washington State Signs Twin Swimmers

Kiana Sullenberger and Shanell Sullenberger have each signed a National Letter of Intent to compete in women's swimming at Washington State, Cougar Head Coach Tom Jager announced, Thursday.

CF.C Blog – Recruiting

WASHINGTON STATE HAS 17 known commitments as the regular season enters its penultimate regular season game and room for less than a full class of 25. That doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of things going on in the world of WSU recruiting. Here’s some of the latest…

Washington State-Sacramento State Post-Game Notes

POSTGAME NOTES Washington State vs. Sacramento State - Nov. 17, 2011 - Beasley Coliseum (Pullman, Wash.) WSU's Home Opener

W. Soccer. Rematch with Cavaliers Looms for Cougars in Second Round

Washington State (12-6-4, 6-3-2 Pac-12) plays at Atlantic Coast Conference member Virginia (15-4-2, 7-2-1 ACC) in the NCAA Championship Second Round, Friday, Nov. 18...match scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern/4 p.m. Pacific.

Football. Board of Regents Approves Martin Stadium Renovation

The Board of Regents of Washington State University gave approval for an $80 million project that will add premium seating and a new press box on the south side of Martin Stadium.

W. Soccer. Cougar Soccer Season Ends in NCAA Second Round

The NCAA postseason run ended for the Washington State soccer team in a 3-0 loss at No. 8 Virginia, Friday night at Klockner Stadium.

PRACTICE REPORT: Cougs in a fighting mood

PULLMAN- When Paul Wulff blew the final whistle to end practice Tuesday night, he expected everyone to be ready to go home. They weren’t. The Cougars had just capped a solid session, and they weren't ready for it to end.
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