Scout Premium Content

McGuire looks toward youth to solidify WSU OL

CLAY MCGUIRE

SEATTLE — Clay McGuire tells it like it is. Washington State's offensive line is going to be young this season. And the competition for the three open starting spots is going to be wide open this spring, the WSU o-line coach said in a one-on-one interview with Cougfan.com at Friday's "A Night With Cougar Football" at the Bell Harbor Conference Center. So who should CougFans keep an eye out for?

Spring practices begin March 27, and McGuire says he doesn't have even a rough draft of a depth chart other than left tackle and left guard, where Gunnar Eklund and Joe Dahl will return to their starting roles. Besides those two, the Cougars' returning experience amounts to a handful of game snaps last season by second-year freshman Eduardo Middleton and true freshman Riley Sorenson. "It's...

Cougfan.com Recommended Stories


  • SAN FRANCISCO -- Some quick hit comments from Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott on the state of the Pac-12 and some new initiatives that are coming this men's basketball season, including an update on…

  • PULLMAN — Arizona is throwing a lot more and running considerably less compared to last season but WSU linebackers coach Ken Wilson said after practice Wednesday the Cougars must respect the No. 15…

  • PULLMAN -- Mike Leach was asked after practice about the fast pace of Arizona's offense and what challenges, substitution and otherwise, that could present for Washington State on Saturday, (Pac-12…

  • Every week, Fantasy Football Expert Jeb Gorham digs in his list of rankings to find the best sleepers for deeper formats. Consider giving these players a chance, but be aware of the risk! Tampa Bay…

  • Check out this classic video of Dan Larson battling an acrobatic sailfish on a trip to the world-famous Tropic Star Lodge in Panama.