Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields says he felt distraught watching college football on TV last weekend.
The college football schedule is still looking light, with the Southeastern Conference a week away from starting and the Big 12 and Atlantic Coast Conference still just warming up.
When the week began, the concept of a late-starting Pac-12 football season still appeared to be a long shot, even though the conference’s recent partnership with American testing manufacturer Quidel Corp.was considered a major breakthrough.
In what could be one of the last non-football season editions of the WSU mailbag, I break down how the Cougars and other teams would "ramp up" to the potential 2020 fall season, and examine why six WSU players have entered the transfer portal in just over a month's time.
Eastern Washington has hired an outside consultant to take a deep scope at the athletic department’s well-documented financial woes in an effort to develop solutions.
The only thing standing between the Pac-12 Conference and the resumption of a fall football season had been clearance from public health officials in California and Oregon, whose guidelines have prevented teams from initiating contact practice, let alone holding full-on college football games.
Players were pumped. Coaches were stoked. Fans seemed relieved.
The next time Washington State gets a commitment from the quarterback position, there’s a chance he’ll come from the 2023 recruiting class.
Washington State defensive end Cosmas Kwete, who appeared in 11 games last season as a true freshman, has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
When EWU faced then-national power and rival Montana in 2010, it was the first game of the red turf era. Here's a look back at the historic game.
During a Zoom call with reporters Friday, Pat Chun described the Pac-12's new partnership with Quidel Corporation as "a ray of sunshine." By the end of the month, Washington State and other schools in the league will be able to to test their athletes daily – something that's been considered a breakthrough in the race to get college sports back.
This college football season is already so odd that it’s unclear whether this is Week 1 or Week 2.
Student-athletes at Washington State haven’t been spared from the recent surge of COVID-19 cases on the Pullman campus.
In mid-April, when Washington State realized the full scope of the financial ramifications that would come with not playing a spring sports slate, the athletic department announced its first wave of cost-cutting strategies.
In a normal year, we might be passing this time discussing things like the depth at wide receiver. This isn’t a normal year, of course, but who says we can’t still talk about the depth at wide receiver?
In a presentation to the University of Washington’s board of regents on Thursday, athletics director Jen Cohen and chief financial officer Kate Cullen outlined plans to shrink department salaries by 17% – or $8 million – in the 2021 fiscal year.
Ohio State coach Ryan Day wants answers from the Big Ten about when the conference's plans to start the football season.
Few faces from area college football programs saw much camera time in HBO’s popular NFL docuseries “Hard Knocks,” which concluded its 15th season on Tuesday.
There was a distinct sense of surprise Monday among the New Orleans Saints’ social media following when the NFL team revealed its initial depth chart and had Idaho’s Kaden Elliss slotted No. 1 at strongside linebacker.