Posted November 07, 2012 on
THE HIGH SCHOOL COACH of suspended Washington State football star Marquess Wilson said he hopes the junior rejoins the Cougars this season, but fears he may turn pro. “If he decides to go pro this year, it’s going to cost him millions of dollars,” Tulare (Calif.) Union coach Darren Bennett said in a telephone interview with CF.C on Wednesday.

Thoughts and reactions Marquess Wilson’s suspension

Frustrations/Conflictions Lead to Questionable Future As half of the world has heard, Marquess Wilson was suspended after walking out of the Washington State Cougars’ intense conditioning session last Sunday. Many reported that Wilson quit the team after cleaning out his locker, but there has been little solidity in such statements. What we do know is that Marquess Wilson has yet...

BYU Football: Poor placekicking is a two-way street

The Brigham Young Cougars have struggled with placekicking this season, but so have their opponents—at least when they play BYU. Surprisingly, BYU has made a greater percentage of attempted field goals than opponents, and the extra point percentage is pretty close as well.The placekicking situation was dicey to start the year with junior Justin Sorensen taking longer than expected...

Week 11 NCAA football preview: UCLA vs. Washington St. matchup

Amidst the Drama, UCLA visits on Dad’s Weekend There is social buzz flooding the Palouse regarding the suspension of star wide-out Marquess Wilson following the embarrassing 49-6 defeat to Utah last week. The season has been upsetting to say the least, and losing the best player just dampens the mood even more. However, it is Dad’s Weekend in Pullman and the Cougars have an...

Washington State Preview

UCLA heads up Pullman this weekend to take on Washington State, which has had a tumultuous weekend, losing its best receiver and dealing with a head coach meltdown...

2013: Cougs replace BYU with...

WASHINGTON STATE HAS replaced BYU on the 2013 home schedule with a new opponent, and made adjustments for BYU's return trip to Pullman.

WSU official will be big for weekend visitor

WASHINGTON STATE WILL host a versatile prep defenseman from California this weekend who could play a number of positions. He’s no stranger to Pullman, having visited the Palouse unofficially over the summer, but tells CF.C the Cougs have some catching up to do in his recruitment and there’s one thing in particular that he’s hoping to see that could help sway his mind in going crimson.

PRACTICE: D-line becoming more youthful

PULLMAN -- The Cougars came out to the practice field Thursday night, turf dry and ready for action. By the time all were off the field, a light white film coated the surface, which could be a sign of what is to come when they face UCLA Saturday. Little came from the brief run-through, though one freshman playmaker will miss the rest of the season, while another entered the starting lineup.

PAC-12 Spotlight: Brock Motum

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Washington State senior forward Brock Motum at 2012 PAC-12 Men's Basketball Media Day. Check out the full interview inside...

Knights sign two WSU right-handers

From Press Release The Corvallis Knights of the West Coast League have signed Washington State right-handed pitchers Kellen Camus and freshman Jacob Schroeder for the 2013 season, general manager Bre Kerkvliet announced Monday. Camus is a junior from Olympia; Wash.; Schroeder is a sophomore from Ferndale, Wash. Camus (5-9, 190) was 3-1 with a 3.44 ERA in 29 appearances in...
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