SEATTLE – Arguably the best player on the team is graduating, but Washington State defensive coordinator Mike Breske isn't fretting over the loss of Travis Long. Instead, he's eager to preside over what figures to be a rollicking, multi-player battle this spring to succeed Long as the Cougars' starting BUCK linebacker.
Exclamation Victory in Apple Cup Saves Hopeless Season
Prior to the final game of the season against Washington, the Washington State Cougars couldn’t have had a more disappointing season. They defeated only Eastern Washington and UNLV, while losing to everyone else including Colorado – whom the Cougars gave their only victory.
To add onto that, star wide receiver Marquess Wilson...
California is well-aware of the dangers Washington State wide receiver Marquess Wilson, defensive end Travis Long can present Saturday.
Good guys don't always finish last. Sometimes they finish 2nd or 3rd in the North Division.
Welcome to the latest edition of Football Friday on a Thursday. On the menu this week... Beaver. Yup, we are heading to Corvallis to take on the resurgent Beavs of Oregon State. No sooner had Beaver coach Mike Riley finished toweling off after taking a quick dip in the Sutras Hot...
PULLMAN – Washington State came out in the second half of Saturday’s 35-34 loss against Colorado quite contrary to local weather conditions. In a state where forests are blazing and smoke taints the air, the Cougars could barely muster a spark. But one player showed requisite fire: Travis Long.
As the saying goes: Some football is better than no football. And while most people won’t care all that much about the previously horrendous Pac-12 team vs. a consistently struggling Mountain West team, it is a chance to see a handful of future NFL prospects along with the Mike Leach offense back in action as the only football on tonight. Leach has the chance to utilze a senior...
As Washington State revamps their defense, senior Travis Long has enjoyed transitioning into a hybrid linebacker role. Long discusses the defense under new coordinator Mike Breske, some personal goals for the season, and more in this 1-on-1 video interview from Pac-12 Media Day.
Per Christian Caple's twitter account we've learned that a couple Washington State Cougars have been in a bit of trouble the last few days.
Starting linebacker Travis Long was arrested on the evening of July 20 on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.
On Sunday DT Anthony Laurenzi was arrested on suspicion of third-degree theft.
A WSU spokesman confirmed that...
NEW WASHINGTON STATE defensive coordinator Mike Breske told Cougar defenders they’ll “work harder than anybody,” WSU defensive end Travis Long said Sunday after the team met their new coaching staff for the first time.