Jarren Williams informed Miami on Thursday that he is entering the transfer portal, a move that comes three days after former Houston quarterback D’Eriq King decided to join the Hurricanes.
A year ago, Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert decided to stick around for his senior season instead of turning pro. Wisconsin linebacker Zack Baun didn’t really have much choice.
Mississippi State has named Zach Arnett as its defensive coordinator, less than two weeks after he had accepted the same position at Syracuse.
On Tuesday it was learned two more Hawaii assistants would be joining Rolovich’s staff in Pullman: Mark Banker, who coached the linebackers in Honolulu, and Ricky Logo, who was in charge of the Rainbow Warriors’ defensive line.
Mark Weber, who’s been coaching college football for nearly four decades and most recently worked for Nick Rolovich at Hawaii, has accepted a position at his 15th school, joining the new Washington State coach in Pullman.
For the second time in three years, a Washington State quarterback will be wearing No. 3 at the Reese’s Senior Bowl as a tribute to former teammate Tyler Hilinski, who donned the number for the Cougars before committing suicide in January of 2018.
Nick Rolovich is bringing at least three position coaches from the University to Hawaii to Washington State, and Monday it was learned the new Cougars coach is also taking his strength and conditioning coach to Pullman.
Eager to meet the people who’ll be supporting his football team this fall, Nick Rolovich held an impromptu meet-and-greet with WSU fans in Seattle, sharing chicken wings, beers and posing for photos with anyone who came by the Magnolia Village Pub establishment – a popular Cougars bar – between 9:45 and midnight.
Sunday offered more clarity as to what Nick Rolovich’s Washington State staff will look like in 2020, and more specifically, what the Cougars will look like on defense. According to multiple reports, Rolovich is bringing Jake Dickert to Pullman to be WSU’s defensive coordinator, along with two assistant coaches, AJ Cooper and John Richardson.
Nick Rolovich is turning to the Mountain West Conference and an old foe to build his defensive staff at Washington State.
Rocking his signature jorts, a tank top with a collar from Todd’s Tanks and his iconic ‘Fu Minshew’ facial hair, Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback announced his #MilesWithMinshew RV tour on Jan. 6.
It took 25 minutes for Nick Rolovich’s introduction as Washington State’s 33rd head football coach to crest on Thursday afternoon.
Analea Rolovich and her husband took in the first half of Washington State’s basketball upset of No. 8 Oregon Thursday night. The two showed up a few minutes in, walked the perimeter of the floor, shook some hands and waved to a larger-than-usual crowd at Beasley Coliseum as they were escorted to their courtside seats.
Baylor hired LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda as its new head coach Thursday, three days after the Tigers completed their undefeated national championship.
Four members of Nick Rolovich’s coaching staff at Hawaii were in Pullman Thursday afternoon for the coach’s introductory press conference at Washington State, and not just to support the man leading the new era of Cougar football.
The game that determined the Pac-12 North’s final bowl participant will be the one that opens up the 2020 Pac-12 Conference season for Washington State.
Confusion one week, promise the next. That may be the best way to describe how the last seven days have played out for Texas native Cedrick Pellum and the other high school prospects who signed letters of intent with WSU, anticipating a future in the Pac-12 North with one of the conference’s most established and offensively gifted coaches.
Time was, hiring a new coach began with winning the press conference. No more.
Nick Rolovich will be introduced as Washington State’s coach at a 2:30 p.m. news conference Thursday, held inside the Rankich Club Room at Martin Stadium.
Pat Chun and Washington State worked quickly to hire the Cougars’ next football coach. Nick Rolovich hasn’t been introduced in Pullman yet, but WSU players and fans are already buzzing, anticipating the coach’s arrival on the Palouse.