WSU Depth chart released

WASHINGTON STATE released a depth chart on Monday afternoon in advance of their season opener on Thursday at BYU. Gabe Marks, a freshman, is listed as a starter as is fellow true freshman Taylor Taliulu. Rickey Galvin and Teondray Caldwell are also listed as starters. Xavier Cooper is atop the depth chart at RT. At quarterback? That's still an "OR" situation.
Via washingtonstate.scout.com
August 27, 2012  |  Discuss

DAY 8 PART II: WSU Notebook

PULLMAN — Washington State coach Mike Leach often has warned not to make early judgments on potential impact freshman. But that increasingly is becoming difficult with newcomer Gabe Marks, who again made the case during Thursday afternoon’s practice for immediate playing time at wide receiver. Meanwhile, redshirt sophomore Rickey Galvin continued to thrive as he transitions to wide receiver.
Via washingtonstate.scout.com
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Get Your Latte's Ready?

Greetings Cougs, and a happy Tuesday to you.  So the T.O. news is still reverberating around the great NW, as the Seahawks signed the oft-maligned WR to a reasonable 1-year contract.  As ESPN's CindyB tweeted yesterday, "Get your Latte's Ready" as a shot at the infamous "Get your popcorn ready" quote from T.O..  The reactions from the twitter-verse...
Via WSU Football Blog
August 07, 2012  |  Discuss


PULLMAN -- The sun blistered Rogers Field Sunday as the Cougars were out again showcasing their highflying offense. But Sunday, a new receiver garnered most of the attention: Rickey Galvin. On the fourth day of fall camp, the sophomore Galvin didn’t run any drills with the running backs unit, instead one could find him running posts and slants with the wide receivers and quarterbacks.
Via washingtonstate.scout.com
August 05, 2012  |  Discuss

GALVIN: Competition at Running Back is Close

PULLMAN - With day two of fall camp behind him, Washington State running back Rickey Galvin feels his group is progressing nicely. Galvin talks competition, his role in the Air Raid, and more in this video interview...
Via washingtonstate.scout.com
August 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Five offensive impact players for the Washington St. Cougars in 2012

The Air Raid has invaded the Palouse The Washington State Cougars return a bevy of offensive weapons from a 2011 offense that — at times — showed signs of eliteness. In most cases, implementing and understanding a new offense in one offseason is a tough task to ask of 18-22 year old kids — let alone, a coaching staff — but the simplicity of the Air Raid has made the transition...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
July 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Washington St. Football – 2011 Pac 12 Season Review

Jason Green one of our Pac 12 bloggers has the Washington State Cougars season recap article. The Cougars didn't achieve the success they hoped for in 2011. Firing Paul Wulff at the end of the year and bringing in Mike Leach (Former Texas Tech coach). Connor Halliday, Marquess Wilson, Rickey Galvin and Carl Winston all return in 2012.
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
December 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Arizona St. Sun Devils vs. Washington St. Cougars Week 11 Handicapping Preview

It’s the Arizona State Sun Devils vs. Washington State Cougars Saturday November 12th 2011. Check out the live betting odds, ncaa handicapping preview, and gambling trends. For the Cougars to have any chance to beat the Sun Devils they will have to stop Brock Osweiler and Cameron Marshall, Plus get stellar games from Marshall Lobbestael and Rickey Galvin. 2011 College football...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
November 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Film study with Wulff

SPOKANE – Paul Wulff broke down film of the WSU-Cal game this week and showed why things unfolded the way they did for the Cougars. There were bright spots on an otherwise dismal day, including the play of defensive end Travis Long and running back Rickey Galvin.
Via washingtonstate.scout.com
November 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Washington State Falls to Cal, 30-7

Rickey Galvin scored on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter, but the Cougars lost to the Bears at AT&T Park.
Via wsucougars.com
November 05, 2011  |  Discuss

Keys to the game, Washington State at Oregon

One day, Oregon will lose again in Autzen Stadium. But it won't happen tomorrow. The strength of the Washington State team is their passing attack. Marshall Lobbestael throws the ball capably and he has three good wide receivers in sophomore Marquess Wilson, the highlight film guy, and steady possession targets Jeff Karstetter and Isiah Barton. Rickey Galvin runs the football...
Via The Duck Stops Here
October 28, 2011  |  Discuss
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