Halfway through spring practice, Washington State is already better off at nickelback than it was two weeks ago, when defensive coordinator Alex Grinch started out spring by cautioning that the Cougars might have a revolving door of players at that position until they found the right man for the job.
After former Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone was fired in March 2014, his assistant, Rod Jensen was packing up his moving truck to leave Pullman when WSU women’s basketball coach June Daugherty stopped by.
As Washington State’s NFL Draft hopefuls re-convene in Pullman for Pro Day this Thursday, here’s a look at what some of these former Cougars have been doing to prepare for their big pre-draft audition.
Despite the chaos and confusion of January, Washington State emerged on Wednesday’s national signing day with a class full of talented players, many of whom were coveted by some of college football’s most prestigious programs.
Bartell Drugs issued a recall this week for an $18 Christmas pair of Strideline WSU College “Cougar Socks.” The red-and-white socks have a not-so-Cougarish slogan printed on the inside cuff. It reads, “Go Dawgs.”
Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise and offensive lineman Joey Hunt say the first word that comes to mind when given names of their teammates on Saturday, June 24, at Safeway in Bellingham. The players were in Bellingham as part of the Seattle Seahawks 12 Tour.
Evan AbellThe Bellingham Herald
Seattle Seahawks players play word association game about teammates
Walking downtown with a Bellingham police officer
It's going to feel like summer this weekend
Owner of Bellingham juice shop talks about what's next for her after selling business