Even without fans at games this season, Washington State has found a way to fill the bleachers at Martin Stadium Beasley Coliseum and alleviate some of the pain of lost ticket revenue.
Earlier this week, Lamonte McDougle indicated on social media he wouldn't be playing for Washington State this season, writing in an Instagram comment "I'll be back in 2021."
A person familiar with the situation says Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew has a strained ligament and multiple fractures in his right thumb, an injury that could prompt coach Doug Marrone to turn to rookie Jake Luton after the team's bye week.
It slipped out during the first cycle of the virtual "car wash" Nick Rolovich went through on Tuesday with media members from around the state. No, the Washington State coach didn't accidentally name a starting quarterback during a radio hit with KJR host and WSU alum Jason Puckett, but he admitted the Cougars had chosen one internally.
With the Pac-12 nearing a return to play, punters from the conference have been added to the watch list for the Ray Guy Award.
Lamonte McDougle, who was expected to play a big role on the interior of Washington State's defensive line this season, has indicated he won't suit up for the Cougars in 2020.
Despite the similarities between two offensive systems that fall under the “spread” umbrella, life should still look different for the quarterbacks and running backs at Washington State making the transition from Mike Leach’s Air Raid to Nick Rolovich’s run-and-shoot.
Washington State fans will have waited nine months for another Cougar football game when it finally happens.
The strange nature and uncertainty of college football’s recruiting cycle meant it would probably happen sooner or later: Washington State lost its first commitment Monday as California’s Elisha Lloyd announced plans to reopen his recruitment.
Among the objectives he's brought to the Pacific Northwest, Nick Rolovich has said he wants to foster a player-run program at Washington State.
The only thing Washington State fans have wanted to talk about the last two weeks seemed to be the last thing their head coach wanted to discuss after the team's second scrimmage, but also the main thing he'll have to figure out before the Cougars board an airplane to Corvallis two weeks for now.
The first one was mighty successful, so Washington State figured it couldn't hurt to go back to the Mauigoa family football tree.