LEWISTON, Idaho -- Logan Mayes. Ivan McLennan. Kache Palacio. Those have been the names fans have bandied about on the CF.C message boards for starting BUCK linebacker. But when Washington State opened fall camp Friday at Sacajawea Junior High School, none of them were settled into the position.
PULLMAN – Washington State outside linebackers coach Paul Volero says two gifted BUCKs and their offseason of hard work have him anticipating a “beautiful thing” at the position this fall. And neither of the players is named Logan Mayes. Meanwhile, he shares some insights on the unprecedented recruiting inroads WSU is making in his home state of Florida.
THE HEROES were many in Washington State's wild come-from-behind, overtime victory over arch-rival Washington on Saturday. There was Toni Pole rumbling and rambling with an errant Keith Price pass that Logan Mayes forced on a near sack. There was Jeff Tuel and Carl Winston and Gino Simone. And so many more. In the first in a series of great photos from Pullman, here's a look...
PULLMAN -- Reserve Logan Mayes pressure hard off the edge in providing the game's first turning point, contributing to an interception and nifty return by Cyrus Coen. A depiction of that play plus many more in this exclusive Cougfan.com photo essay of Washington State's win over Eastern Washington in the Cougs' home opener.