There was a lot of coverage last night, so instead of adding anything new, I'm going to direct you there.
First, there is Brian's post on Jeff Tuel's calf injury. Then Jeff took an in depth look at Reggie Moore. We'll be back with more later today including my post on the wide receivers performance against Oregon State.
Late night from WSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Oct. 25, 2011
It turns out Jeff Tuel was more banged up than previously revealed. His left clavicle is not fractured again – it's real sore though – but his right calf is pretty beat up. Read on.
South side of Martin Stadium renovation given priority - Spokesman.com - Oct. 25, 2011
PULLMAN – Washington State University’s regents were briefed Tuesday on the possible expansion of Martin Stadium, a project now being presented as two separate ventures.
WSU News Center - Comedian Betty White named honorary WSU alumna
Legendary actress and comedian Betty White became an honorary Washington State University alumna on Oct. 8. WSU Provost Warwick Bayly presented White, 89, with the enduring symbol of the profession - a white doctor’s coat – at the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association’s (WSVMA) centennial gala in Yakima.
Washington State football coach Paul Wulff, on his regular Tuesday afternoon conference call, vowed that the program won't be deterred from progressing by fan disaffection that increased in Oregon State's 44-21 victory over the 3-4 Cougars Saturday night at CenturyLink Field.
Washington State's football GSR of 62 and federal rate of 61 were the same as Utah, tying the Cougars for fifth in the conference on the GSR and third in the federal grade.
The No. 7 Oregon Ducks appear to be on the mend.
PULLMAN — Blogs and message boards have not been kind to Paul Wulff during his four years as football coach at Washington State, and internet sites were flooded with negative comments about Wulff after Saturday's 44-21 loss to Oregon State.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Washington State University baseball legend John G. Olerud was honored as part of the Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame's class of 2011 at a ceremony, Tuesday inside the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Backup Marshall Lobbestael will start at quarterback when Washington State plays at No. 7 Oregon this Saturday
PULLMAN – Quarterback Jeff Tuel’s will miss this week and his season may be over after suffering an acute compartment syndrome injury in his right calf last Saturday in Washington State’s loss to Oregon State.
PULLMAN, Wash. - 12 Washington State home women's basketball contests will be webstreamed by Cougars All-Access on wsucougars.com during the 2011-12 season.