ONE OF THE more versatile Cougars this past season in the tackle box for defensive coordinator Mike Breske was Destiny Vaeao, who played both BUCK and defensive end in the Cougars’ base 3-4. But in 2014, Vaeao figures to focus on just one of those spots.
PULLMAN — The future of Washington State football was on prominent display Saturday in the Cougars’ rout of Southern Utah. Sophomore buck linebacker Kache Palacio, starting in place of injured Destiny Vaeao, posted six tackles and recorded the first sack of his career. Touted freshman wideout River Cracraft, nondescript the first two weeks, flashed nifty hurdling skills and had...
LEWISTON -- Deone Bucannon gets into hitting position, Destiny Vaeao gets his lateral moves on at the BUCK while Gabe Marks hauls one in over the shoulders in another Cougfan.com photo essay of Washington State's 2013 fall camp.
DESTINY VAEAO IS listed as a starter this week on the Cougars’ official depth chart for the first time. But the true freshman will be making his second start this season for Washington State against Utah on Saturday (TV: Pac-12 Networks, 12 p.m.) Coach Mike Leach confirmed that and much more during his Tuesday Pac-12 coaches teleconference.