Posted May 12, 2012 on
MANY TIMES WHEN a player leaves a program you don't hear much from the player about why. One day they're here, the next they're gone. But Washington State BUCK linebacker Jordan Pu’u-Robinson, who turned in a solid spring season for first-year coach Mike Leach, he has more to say about his departure and his planned transfer to Hawaii.
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IN ALL THE fanfare that has accompanied Mike Leach’s arrival at Washington State and the promise of a record-smashing air game, there’s been an overlooked fact that suggests the Cougars’ new passing game will be even greater than one might think: The offense Leach inherits was one of the 10 most prolific passing attacks in the nation last season.
WASHINGTON STATE HAS been talking to a junior college cornerback pretty much on a weekly basis since February. Mike Leach and Mike Breske like cornerbacks who can not only cover but also play strongly against the run, and he looks to fit that criteria nicely. Breske and area recruiter Dennis Simmons were at his school in Culver City, Calif. this past week.
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Mike Poorman looks at first-year Penn State head football coach Bill O'Brien's management style, which is pretty much in the CEO mode. (StateCollege.com)
The Viking invasion.
SINCE JANUARY, ALEX MITCHELL has been hitting the books in an effort to get qualified and head up to Washington State for fall camp. How is the 6-3, 300-pounder out of Portland faring in that regard? And does Mike Leach see him taking wide splits on the offensive line, or hunkering down at the nose on the 3-4 defensive front?
I love competition, don’t you?
Every aspect of competition brings out the very best in teams for the good and the bad.
Heading into 2012, Washington State Cougars Head Coach Mike Leach must determine which signal caller is right for his offense.
As much as this competition is about arm strength, foot work, and the rest of the intangibles that goes along with playing the position...
Happy Friday Cougs, and welcome to the end of another week. It is supposed to be a fantastic weekend weather-wise around the great Northwest, so here's hoping you get out of the house and soak it all in while it lasts!
There is a lot of "stuff" out there that surfaced the last day or so, points of interest and such. You know, lists, predictions, etc, pretty much...
Yesterday we kicked off our Pac-12 roundtable series by talking about the players that are poised to be breakout stars. Today we will take a look at which teams intrigue us the most. Joining us once again is our in-house crew of Pete and Ross. We are also joined by Dale Newton from the Oregon blog The Duck Stops Here, Tim Tolman of The Saturday Edge and Kyle Kensing from Saturday...