SEATTLE (AP) Rutgers' debut as a member of the Big Ten Conference will likely be Washington State's farewell to Seattle.
The Cougars open the season with their annual game at Seattle's CenturyLink Field on Thursday night, hosting the Scarlet Knights in their first game after leaving the American Athletic Conference to join the Big Ten.
For Washington State, this could...
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August 27, 2014
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You know, it wasn’t very long ago that I was receiving a litany of texts from my good buddy SeanHawk about all the things that were going on during the 2009-2010 “Night with Cougar Football.” And while there were several texts that I remember well—including a few about an incoming wide receiver named Marquess...
It was a rough year last year for the Pac-12 teams in the Evergreen State. Keith Price had an up and down year under center for the Washington Huskies, and while they recovered late in the season to stun Oregon State, it was still an underwhelming fourth year for Steve Sarkisian's squad. The Washington State Cougars passing attack was one of the best in the nation in the...
It was such an uneventful day in college football Friday that one of my Twitter followers asked me about my prediction for when I thought the world would end.
The Mayan calendar believes the world will cease to exist in about a month, on Dec. 21.
I certainly hope not, because we'd miss the BCS bowls and the NFL playoffs, and heaven knows we wouldn't want that. But whatever...
Leach’s Cougs have few surprises
We’re just days away from the start of the 2012 college football season and the Washington State Cougars have released their post-fall camp depth chart heading into the season opener against BYU.
Mike Leach has strayed away from officially naming a starter at various positions throughout a camp clouded in secrecy — something we’ve all been...
Ready, set, go! College Football is back
Come next Thursday, August 30th against Brigham Young, it will have been 278 days since the Washington State Cougars walked down the CenturyLink hallways to the locker room following a 38-21 ousting in the Apple Cup.
With the end of every season comes transition, questions, and eventually, answers. Those questions have been answered, a...
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Poor, unfortunate Nolan Washington.
Remember this from 2010? Well, the sophomore corner from Seattle didn’t fare much better in his second Apple Cup.
First, this happened.
Then this, and ultimately this.
Then he tried to go low on the man with the 4A state record in the triple jump. Mistake. True freshman Kasen Williams gave Nolan...
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kyle McCormick was at Century Link Field to watch Washington handle the Washington State Cougars 38-21 Saturday night. He saw Kasen Williams hurdle Nolan Washington; he saw Jermaine Kearse stiff-arm Nolan Washington, and he saw Keith Price throw for nearly 300 yards and three touchdowns on basically one leg.
Show me a man who doesn't like Donald Butler and I'll show you either a liar or a bitter Coug.Washington State Cougars (4-7, 2-6) @ Washington Huskies (6-5, 4-4)Saturday, 4:30 p.m.; CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Wash.TV: Versus; Radio: 950 KJR; Internet: SEE BELOWLine: Washington -7.5
Nothing like a little bad blood to go with endless turkey sandwiches and leftover mashed...