If you heard the sound of a zipper and a belt buckle yesterday, that was probably Kyle putting on pants after hearing the latest news on Rahmel Dockery. In case you missed it yesterday, here is the tweet from Scout.com's Jake Worthen.
WSU freshman Rahmel Dockery has been denied by the NCAA Clearinghouse however WSU is appealing the decision...
It's no secret a lot of us were high on Dockery and were looking forward to watching him play, but at this point I don't care how this impacts the football team, I just feel bad for Dockery. From all accounts, he worked hard during the summer to get eligible. Unlike Alex Mitchell, WSU was confident Dockery would be approved. He spent the last two months in Pullman stuck in a holding pattern, only to now find out he isn't eligible. Just brutal, especially if this tweet from Ian Furness is true and it's a result of a simple paperwork error.
@JakeWorthen They should appeal. Based on a paperwork mistake made by someone asleep at the wheel at the school district!
Hopefully, this get's cleared up on the appeal or at least Dockery is able to complete whatever requirement is needed to be eligible next season.
WSU gets closer to Colorado - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 28, 2011
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It's a BIG week for Paul Wulff - WSU Blog articles - MyNorthwest.com
Let's be honest, Paul Wulff needs a win on Saturday. Yes, it's early and yes, the Cougs are 2-1, but the fact of the matter is the Pac-12 slate isn't exactly forgiving and one of the few manageable games on the schedule is Saturday in Boulder.
WSU's Wilson just getting started - Spokesman.com - Sept. 28, 2011
PULLMAN – Marquess Wilson had a pretty decent freshman year. The Washington State wide receiver from Tulare, Calif., burst on the scene with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Jeff Tuel in last season’s opener against Oklahoma State, had more than 100 yards receiving in five of his first eight games and was a consensus freshman All-American.
Washington State stakes its reputation on its quarterbacks - The Denver Post
Ever since Jack Thompson set an NCAA record with 7,818 career yards in the mid-1970s, Washington State has been a quarterback factory.