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    NOTEBOOK: Cougs play tight, get hit in mouth

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    Halliday season felled by grinch called loss

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    Old Coug Michalczik praises WSU D, facilities

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    Loss highlights Cougs’ recruiting issues

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    2-Minute Drill: Eyes wide shut for Cougar d

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    NOTEBOOK: Cougs play tight, get hit in mouth

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    Halliday season felled by grinch called loss

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    Old Coug Michalczik praises WSU D, facilities

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How they scored: Cougs vs. Wildcats

How they scored: Cougs vs. Wildcats

SOMETIMES STATISTICS ARE deceptive. The Cougars outgained No. 15 Arizona (543-451), had more first downs (33-25) and a significant time-of-possession advantage (34:24-25:36). Senior quarterback Connor Halliday completed 56 of 79 passes for 489 yards and four touchdowns. But the only number that mattered was brightly displayed on Martin Stadium's scoreboard: Arizona 59, Washington State 37.

HALFTIME: Cougs gain late momentum

HALFTIME: Cougs gain late momentum

IT WAS A TALE of two quarters. After No. 15 Arizona completely dominated Washington State during the first quarter, the Cougars responded with 16 unanswered points to end the first half. Despite that, Washington State trailed 31-16 at halftime.

CF.C Keys To The Game: WSU vs. Arizona

CF.C Keys To The Game: WSU vs. Arizona

THE COUGS ARE a 2 1/2 point underdog to Arizona (Pac-12 Networks, 3 p.m.) Here's how they can win going away ...

National media missing out on WSU-Arizona

National media missing out on WSU-Arizona

PULLMAN – As the Cougs prepare to welcome Arizona to a sold-out Martin Stadium this Saturday (Pac-12 Networks, 3 p.m.), I can’t shake a couple thoughts that keep running around my head. First off, this is a much bigger game than it is getting credit for nationally.

Tia Presley

No shortage of height in WSU's women's hoops

WASHINGTON STATE's women's basketball team returns four starters, including all-Pac-12 performers Tia Presley and Lia Galdeira, from last season's best-in-two-decades squad, but get this: the Cougars also feature seven players who stand between 6-1 and 6-5. Coach June Daugherty said this week she's feeling good about her club's ability to dunk but feeling small when she's on the court at practice.

4-star Texas Tech commit among WSU visitors

4-star Texas Tech commit among WSU visitors

WELL THIS SHOULD be damned fun to watch unfold between now and Signing Day. Mike Leach and Texas Tech are locked in a recruiting battle royale for a 4-star running back out of Port Arthur, Texas. Corey Dauphine -- a 6-1, 180-pound running back with both power and top end speed -- will be at Washington State this weekend on an official visit.

MIKE LEACH

Leach talks turnovers, and how to name a son

SO WHAT ALL did the Cougs do during the bye? What does the defense need to do vs. the Wildcats? What should you avoid when naming your son? Mike Leach answered all those questions and more during his weekly radio show.

WSU Practice: TNF defense dominates

WSU Practice: TNF defense dominates

PULLMAN — Washington State’s offense has performed much better than its defense throughout the season. But it was a different scenario during Thursday Night Football, where the Cougs’ younger defenders dominated. Sophomore Willie Roach forced another turnover, stepping right in front of a pass to Gabe Marks from Peyton Bender and picking it off. Also, a true freshman showcased his d-line skills.

Arizona 101: Now or never for Cougar D?

Arizona 101: Now or never for Cougar D?

WASHINGTON STATE and No. 15 Arizona enjoyed a week off heading to Saturday's matchup, so both teams should be relatively healthy, but perhaps a bit rusty at first. But that's also something the Cougar D should be ready to take advantage of should it occur.

CF.C Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week Eight

CF.C Pac-12 Power Rankings: Week Eight

IT JUST DEPENDS on what team shows up on any given week - that's how even things are in the Pac-12 conference. Indeed, things are so closely matched that Stanford has three losses yet not only do they have a shot, they still control their own destiny in the race for the Pac-12 title.

KAREEM ORR

Tennessee safety Kareem Orr eyes WSU trip

BEING FROM TENNESSEE, safety Kareem Orr didn’t expect Washington State would send an offer his way. Last week though, they did and the three-star prospect started looking seriously at Wazzu. The Louisville verbal commit says he’s a fan of the Cougs and is planning on taking an official visit to Pullman.

DAVONTE LACY and ERNIE KENT

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

WITH THE SEASON right around the corner, WSU hoops coach Ernie Kent is more than ready to get back on the bench. And as he made clear during Pac-12 Media Day on Thursday morning, the veteran head coach is ready to eat.

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