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    New Orleans DT George Lea ready for WSU visit

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

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    Recruiting: Pair of new WSU offers out

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

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  • 05.

    CF.C Coach's Chalkboard with Robin Pflugrad

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    New Orleans DT George Lea ready for WSU visit

    BRAULIO PEREZ / Cougfan.com Senior Correspondent

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  • 02.

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

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Hercules living up to name; WSU special teams

Hercules living up to name; WSU special teams

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.

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Oct. 22 at 1:10 pm

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Oct. 22 at 1:10 pm

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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.

WSU DEPTH CHART: New starter at MLB

WSU DEPTH CHART: New starter at MLB

THERE IS A SURPRISE ON the just-released depth chart from Washington State heading into the Arizona game on Saturday -- a new starting middle linebacker.

Time for Cougs to make a run, Morrow says

Time for Cougs to make a run, Morrow says

PULLMAN— Woulda, shoulda, coulda gets you nowhere -- so says Jamal Morrow. The Cougar running back also said youth is not an excuse and Washington State coming out of the bye week is preparing to make a run over the remaining five games on the regular season schedule.

Future Cougars Report: Week Eight

Future Cougars Report: Week Eight

SOME FUTURE COUGARS were challenged this weekend, posting lesser numbers compared to what we are accustomed to seeing from them. Among them were Tyler Hilinski and Dominic Davis, but their performances did secure the most important thing -- a win. Austin Joyner, meanwhile, continued his impersonation of a one-man wrecking crew.

The Early Glimpse: Cougs vs. Wildcats

The Early Glimpse: Cougs vs. Wildcats

RIGHT NOW, you’d take a return trip to the New Mexico Bowl, right? Of course you would. Because that means the Cougars will have reached at least six wins for 2014, a goal that seems quite formidable heading into this week. Indeed, Washington State has its collective backs to the wall, placed there by a 2-5 start to the season.

BRANDON GIBSON

NFL Cougar Highlights: Week Seven

WHILE A NAGGING hamstring should never be confused with the severity of a season-ending knee injury, the former may have a similar impact as the latter did last season on playing time for Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Gibson.

WSU Practice: Who's on D?

WSU Practice: Who's on D?

PULLMAN— The defense received a makeover on Sunday night during a short practice in Martin Stadium. The performance did not suffer, but it certainly looked different without its starting nose tackle, one of its starting cornerbacks and both of its usual safeties. These alterations were present during the bye week, but now that the game week has begun, the change just became more real.

WSU Notes: Cougs a slight underdog to Arizona

WSU Notes: Cougs a slight underdog to Arizona

WASHINGTON STATE opened as a four-point underdog to Arizona, (Saturday, Pac-12 Networks, 3 p.m.) And there would appear to be plenty of fireworks in the offing come Saturday in Pullman.

WSU Practice: Groundhog Day

WSU Practice: Groundhog Day

PULLMAN— For the third consecutive practice, the Cougars participated in a Thursday Night Football scrimmage, and this one forced the youthful offense to play conservatively. Asked for his take, Mike Leach after practice said the Cougar D had the upper hand. At the same time, multiple passes were dropped by young receivers who were sometimes covered well and, other times, were wide open.

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