Rutgers coach Kyle Flood went in-depth on the two-game Washington State series today during a conference call. The second-year head coach also discussed his eagerness to schedule more games against BCS opponents moving forward as a Big Ten member.
WHAT HAPPENS when Scarlet meets Crimson? We'll find out in 2014 and 2015. WSU made it official on Wednesday, announcing the home-and-home series between Washington State and Rutgers. The Cougs will open the 2014 season in Seattle at Qwest Field against the Scarlet Nights on Aug. 29. Wazzu will then travel to New Jersey the following year, playing at Rutgers on Sep. 12, 2015.
Wisconsin's home-and-home with Washington State for 2014-2015 has been pushed back to 2022-2023, the Badgers announced on Wednesday.
Originally set to visit Pullman, Wash., in 2014, the Badgers will instead host the Cougars in 2022 before making the return trip the next year.
Wisconsin is undefeated against Washington State all time, winning both outings held in Madison in 2007...
Washington State vs. Wisconsin - it's a game we've seen before and were supposed to see in just a few seasons. However, an attractive series with LSU has been in the works and today the Badgers made it official, the 2014-15 home-and-home series is being rescheduled for 2022 and 2023.
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Rutgers and Washington State finalized plans for a home and home series for the 2014 and 15 seasons. Rutgers travels to Seattle to play the Cougars in the 2014 opener before hosting them at High Point Solutions Stadium in 2015.
JOHN JOHNSON WAS in the midst of a long, detailed description of Washington State’s football operations building when he casually mentioned, “It’ll be pretty nice.” Well, yes. Much like Texas is pretty big, the Mariners are pretty bad and Iraq is pretty messed up.
Happy Humpday Cougs, and as always we hope things are well in your world. Today we keep things moving with OldSavage's mega-WSU previews, as he looks at the back of the defense (that's the linebackers and defensive backs, FYI). How do the LB's, CB's and safeties look heading into the season? Let's let OldSavage fill us in...
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A 6-FOOT-7, 311-pounder with a crimson offer was at Washington State this past Saturday for the Cougs' first mini-camp/kicking showcase event. The three-star offensive tackle prospect out of California told CF.C it was an eye-opening experience at Wazzu -- so good in fact, it "definitely" solidified the Cougars' position on his leaderboard.
DONNIE MARBUT IS plenty excited about Washington State’s baseball recruiting class, but the Cougars coach might be even more excited about WSU’s re-recruiting class. Marbut said Tuesday that four of the five Cougars selected in the major league draft earlier this month – including incoming freshman pitcher Layne Bruner from Montesano – have assured him they will be wearing...
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.
This Washington State description of its Apple Cup rivalry with Washington includes an acrostic that curses out the Huskies in a fantastic way.
ONCE IN A while a player comes along who has Pac-12 talent written all over him -- but also a potential red flag. Some schools back off at that point and move to the next guy on their board. But for the No. 6 pick on our list of the best 2013 Cougs, Washington State stuck with him -- and were already reaping the benefits this past season during his first year on the Pac-12 gridiron.
MERCER ISLAND – Washington State outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons wants Cougar Nation to notice a decided difference this season when it comes to the receiving game. In a wide-ranging interview, Simmons also takes you inside the WSU staff’s meeting room for areas of emphasis when it comes to the Cougar grabmasters.
MERCER ISLAND -- Friday’s Northwest Elite Football Camp on Mercer Island was a reunion of past, present and future Washington State Cougars. Five WSU coaches were among the instructors – as was incoming Cougar quarterback/safety/slot/linebacker Isaac Dotson. Marcus Griffin, a WSU verbal out of Bellevue, was on hand to observe. And the director of the camp is former WSU quarterback Cole Morgan.
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Washington State students planning on attending the Oct. 31 home football game against Arizona State probably weren't planning on going to class that day anyway, so it was a bonus when the school's president gave them an excuse.
In a statement on Thursday, Washington State president Elson Floyd announced that classes on the Pullman campus would be optional in the morning...