IT WAS FAR from a perfect effort. But on Saturday, Jeff Tuel was the mechanic that kept the Cougars humming along – and close to a win against No. 19 Stanford. Granted, if there were a school record for being sacked the most times in one game, Tuel would be right up there after Saturday's 24-17 loss. But he also kept the Cougars’ hopes alive for the first time in weeks.
Ed Reynolds returned an interception for a touchdown and No. 19 Stanford sacked Jeff Tuel 10 times to overcome a sloppy offensive effort in a 24-17 victory over Washington State on Saturday.
Reynolds stepped in front of Tuel's pass for the safety's fourth interception - and second returned for a score - this season early in the fourth quarter. He ran 25 yards untouched into...
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October 27, 2012
Jeff Tuel threw a pair of touchdown passes to Isiah Myers as Washington State hung on to beat Eastern Washington 24-20 on Saturday in the home debut of Cougars coach Mike Leach.
Washington State (1-1), which lost at BYU in the season opener, also unveiled a $65 million upgrade of Martin Stadium in front of the first sellout crowd here since 2007.
Eastern Washington (1-1), an FCS...
Quarterback Jeff Tuel is listed alone as the starter as Washington State prepares for its home opener against Eastern Washington on Saturday.
Last week, Tuel and sophomore Connor Halliday were both listed as possible starters on the depth chart.
Tuel completed 30 of 45 passes against BYU for 229 yards and was intercepted twice as Washington State failed to score a touchdown in...
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September 04, 2012
Just as Blue Cougar Football will preview each game this season with five things to watch for, we will review each game with our five game observations. In these observations, we will review the questions we posed in our five things to watch for article and evaluate our predictions. Question No. 1: Will Jeff Tuel control the game for WAZZU, or will his once promising career continue...
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Taking a stance.
Avinash Kunnath looks at potential Heisman Trophy candidates coming out of the Pac-12. It's pretty much down to USC quarterback Matt Barkley and Oregon running back De'...
THE TERM “quarterback controversy” is as much a part of football Xs and Os. There haven't been a lot of them at Washington State over the decades, and the way Jeff Tuel played in spring ball there wouldn't appear to be one brewing, but the ones that did flare up over the years can still generate fiery debates among the crimson faithful. But what about the guys actually...
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.
THE COUGARS ARE in the process of filing papers with the NCAA to seek an additional year of eligibility for Jeff Tuel and offensive lineman Wade Jacobson via medical hardship waivers. It was one of a number of subjects Leach discussed with CF.C in part II of a wide-ranging interview.
The health woes for Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel keep on coming, not unlike the hits he’s been taking in limited action this season. After making his first start of the season two weeks ago against Stanford (an illness kept Tuel sidelined for a portion of the season-opener against Idaho State; Tuel would attempt only two…