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    Arizona 101: Now or never for Cougar D?

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    Tennessee safety Kareem Orr eyes WSU trip

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    Pac-12 Media Day: WSU's Kent ready to eat

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    WSU Practice: TNF defense dominates

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    Arizona 101: Now or never for Cougar D?

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Hoops: Cougs picked to finish 11th by media

Hoops: Cougs picked to finish 11th by media

WASHINGTON STATE in Ernie Kent's first season were picked by the media to finish 11th in the conference, ahead of Oregon State and behind No. 10 USC.

WSU practice: Pole back; eye on UA run game

WSU practice: Pole back; eye on UA run game

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 Wildcats' running attack. Outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons talked about matching up with Arizona on defense, and a familiar face was back in action on the d-line.

COUGFAN TV: Leach sets his own pace

COUGFAN TV: Leach sets his own pace

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 Networks, 3 p.m.)

GEORGE LEA

New Orleans DT George Lea ready for WSU visit

IT’S NOT TOO OFTEN Washington State coaches look to Louisiana in the recruiting process. However, this weekend, New Orleans defensive tackle George Lea will hop on a plane and watch the Cougars take on No. 15 Arizona as part of his weekend official visit. He tells CF.C the trip to the Palouse has been circled on his calendar for a while.

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Oct. 23 at 9:33 am

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Oct. 23 at 9:33 am

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In Vaeao, Big Joe got his man ...Saban didn't

In Vaeao, Big Joe got his man ...Saban didn't

PULLMAN – Nick Saban, the most famous college football coach in the world, wanted Destiny Vaeao to play tight end at Alabama. Joe Salave’a, who’s not even the most famous college football coach at Washington State, wanted Destiny Vaeao to play defensive end for the Cougars. Final score: Salave’a 1, Saban 0.

TYLER HORTON ADDS WSU OFFER

Recruiting: Pair of new WSU offers out

DURING THE BYE WEEK, the Cougar staff spent a good amount of time out on the recruiting trail. And on Monday evening, two new prospects picked up crimson offers. In addition, CF.C also spoke with a pair of touted defensive players who confirmed they’ll be in Pullman this weekend on official visits as the Cougs host No. 15 Arizona (Pac-12 Networks; 3 p.m.)

Arizona is NASCAR fast, WSU's Salave'a says

Arizona is NASCAR fast, WSU's Salave'a says

PULLMAN — The Cougar defense flew to the ball, forced turnovers, and was aggressive throughout Tuesday's practice. That’s a good sign, according to defensive line coach Joe Salave’a, because the Cougars will face the “Indy 500 of offenses” on Saturday.

CF.C Coach's Chalkboard with Robin Pflugrad

CF.C Coach's Chalkboard with Robin Pflugrad

THE BATTLE in Pullman on Saturday (Pac-12 Networks, 3 p.m.) will pit the founding fathers of two unique offenses against one another: Mike Leach vs. Rich Rodriguez. Many have labeled these two offenses as members of the “spread” family, however, that’s about where the similarities end.

Cougs' Hercules living up to name, says Mele

Cougs' Hercules living up to name, says Mele

SPOKANE - It only made sense that the new coach on Mike Leach’s Washington State staff would come to the Spokane Cougar Club to talk about some of the new guys on the Cougars’ roster. Among the players who jumped out on film were a pair of quarterbacks, some wide receivers and a Cougar defensive lineman who is living up to his name.

WSU running back Squally Canada departs

WSU running back Squally Canada departs

PULLMAN— A storm of sorts has passed on the Cougar front. Running back Squally Canada is no longer part of the Washington State football team, two independent sources with knowledge of the situation tell Cougfan.com.

Mike Breske

Commentary: Patience best course with WSU D?

WASHINGTON STATE’S defense has been the focus of hand-wringing among the Cougar faithful since -- literally -- the very first play of 2014. The narrow loss to Oregon and second-half comeback against Utah tempered the angst. But the 60-points subsequently yielded to Cal, followed by the fourth-quarter woes at Stanford, returned matters to the forefront.

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