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    Arizona State 101: Beat the blitz

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    Could WSU hoops schedule be built any worse?

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    Cougar Recruiting Notebook

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    Cougs win: Hawkinson soars in first start

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    WSU vs. ASU: Sun Devil insider weighs in

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    Arizona State 101: Beat the blitz

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    Could WSU hoops schedule be built any worse?

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    Cougar Recruiting Notebook

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    Cougs win: Hawkinson soars in first start

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    Arizona State 101: Beat the blitz

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Thursday Night Football: WSU frosh runs wild

Thursday Night Football: WSU frosh runs wild

PULLMAN — Perhaps the greatest compliment a player can receive is a coach saying the opponent must game plan against him. That discussion leads to Keith Harrington (pictured above). Linebackers coach Ken Wilson said the best way to contain Harrington is to send multiple players and try to bottle him up. Harrington showed in exacting detail why he draws such a crowd during Thursday Night Football.

KENT: Burn the tape and order up more Hawk

KENT: Burn the tape and order up more Hawk

PULLMAN–After falling to TCU by 27 points, does first-year WSU coach Ernie Kent spend a lot of time using that loss as a teaching moment for his youth-laden roster? “You burn that film,” Kent said. Okay, that seems pretty clear, thanks coach. There haven’t been many bright spots in the Wazzu’s 0-2 start but one of them has been Josh Hawkinson. And WSU fans are going to see more of him.

Pasadena 4-star Taeon Mason tripping to WSU

Pasadena 4-star Taeon Mason tripping to WSU

YOU CAN ADD another 4-star recruit to the list of those tripping to Washington State for the Apple Cup. Pasadena CB/WR prospect Taeon Mason, who has been verbally committed to USC since February, tells CF.C he’ll be in Pullman on an official visit for the Nov. 29 tilt.

Future Coug Hilinski: More than stats

Future Coug Hilinski: More than stats

UPLAND AND Chino Hills, the Inland Valley’s top two teams back in October, had just finished up. Upland QB Tyler Hilinski had led his team to a 28-16 victory but Upland coach Tim Salter pulled Hilinski aside afterwards. He thought his star player was forcing things and pointed to two first half interceptions. The point was not lost on Hilinski, who will enroll at Washington State in January.

Cougs' Connor Halliday talks future, past

Cougs' Connor Halliday talks future, past

PULLMAN— Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday (pictured above) expects to begin running in three months, and in about 4 1/2 to 5 months, the prolific passer hopes to be fully recovered. Halliday has been told the broken tibia and fibula he suffered against USC will not affect his draft chances, but he acknowledged Thursday that such a matter is out of his control.

Ernie Kent

The Shaping of Ernie Kent: Part II in series

AS A KID growing up in Rockford, Ill., Ernie Kent ran to Blackhawk Park almost every morning, hoping to be the first to shoot a basketball and “see the dew pop off that net.”

Cougars fall flat from beyond the arc

Cougars fall flat from beyond the arc

PULLMAN — If it felt like a surprise when freshman Louise Brown drained a 3-pointer to tie the game just before halftime, the statistics back it up. Washington State converted just 7 percent of its attempts from beyond the arc as the Cougars fell 82-61 against No. 16 Nebraska on Wednesday night at Friel Court.

WSU Practice: Simmons breaks down receivers

WSU Practice: Simmons breaks down receivers

PULLMAN — Locked away inside the indoor practice facility known as “The Bubble,” Washington State’s wide receivers continue to look sharp. Although media members are not allowed to watch the entire practice session, the portions available to spectators have featured more of the same: pass-and-catch, turn upfield and run.

Cougfan TV: Leach on the corners

Cougfan TV: Leach on the corners

PULLMAN – Mike Leach was asked about the cornerbacks, both Washington State’s and Arizona State’s, after practice on Wednesday. Here’s what he had to say on that and other topics.

Why Palacio is the pepper on WSU spice rack

Why Palacio is the pepper on WSU spice rack

PULLMAN – Kache Palacio made a rare appearance before the media Monday afternoon, so fellow Washington State linebacker Jeremiah Allison dropped by to see his good friend and give him a little grief. Not necessarily in that order.

Ernie Kent

Part I of II: Ernie Kent & his big picture

WHEN NEW COACH Ernie Kent enthusiastically leads Washington State onto the basketball court Friday for the first regular-season home game of the Cougars’ season, he will be a long way from the crowded two-bedroom house in Illinois where he grew up with nine brothers and sisters.

Kristoff Williams clears up the rumors

Kristoff Williams clears up the rumors

RUMORS HAVE continued to swirl about the how and why of Washington State fifth-year senior receiver Kristoff Williams' departure from the program, but after two weeks of trying to piece things together, Cougfan.com was able to secure time to talk with Williams about his situation and what seems to be ongoing intrigue about it among some fans.

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  • Commits: 21
    Points: 4,116
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 23
    Points: 3,916
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 20
    Points: 3,538
    Conference: ACC
  • Commits: 26
    Points: 3,500
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 21
    Points: 3,428
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 26
    Points: 3,300
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 19
    Points: 3,182
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 21
    Points: 3,135
    Conference: Big Ten
  • Commits: 21
    Points: 3,129
    Conference: Indep
  • 10.USC

    Commits: 17
    Points: 3,070
    Conference: Pac-12
  • Commits: 13
    Points: 1,203
    Conference: Pac-12