Monday is press conference day at Washington State, which makes Tuesday press conference recap day. In the past, WSU held one press conference per week, Paul Wulff's, but today we have four press conferences.
The difference this year is media access to players is restricted. Instead of media interviewing players throughout the week, a few players will instead hold a brief press conference each Monday. Travis Long, Jeff Tuel and Deone Bucannon are the interviews this week.
WSU Football: Mike Leach Press Conference - Sept. 3 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
WSU Football: Travis Long Press Conference - Sept. 3 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
WSU Football: Deone Bucannon Press Conference - Sept. 3 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
WSU Football: Jeff Tuel Press Conference - Sept. 3 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
Week 2 depth chart for WSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 3, 2012
It's Monday, which means Washington State's game notes and depth chart have been released. More after the jump.
Travis Long: defense must improve 'little things' - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 3, 2012
It took roughly 30 minutes on Thursday for Washington State's defense to figure out how to properly execute what linebacker Travis Long calls "little things."
Mike Leach, body language and more - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 3, 2012
Along with three Washington State players, coach Mike Leach met with the media in a formal setting for about 10 minutes. Here's a transcript of said media session.
Jeff Tuel putting BYU behind him - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 3, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — OK, so they weren't terrible numbers.
Pac-12 Football Power Rankings: UW in 4th, WSU Checks In At 10th - SB Nation Seattle
Washington State (0-1): Besides the fact that there were a lot Cougars on the field Thursday, it's tough to take anything away from WSU's loss to BYU.
PULLMAN – After Washington State football players were called out publicly by coach Mike Leach for showing too much frustration on the sidelines during Thursday’s season-opening loss at Brigham Young, at least one Cougars player actually wishes he’d shown more emotion.
PULLMAN — Mike Leach holds a law degree, and he seems determined to add a doctorate in psychology.
How confident are you and the team about this game? "We’re confident. We were so into the Idaho game and wanting to get that first win to start of the season, and we are 1-0. Now, we start the preparation to get our second win."
Well, you did say you wanted to be more offensive…
COUGARS HOST EASTERN WASHINGTON SATURDAY FOR HOME OPENER: Washington State University's renovated three-story press box will be on full display Saturday as the Cougars host Eastern Washington in new-look Martin Stadium. Kickoff is set for noon on Pac-12 Networks Washington.