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It's been reported for a few days, but WSU made the hiring of David Yost official on Friday.
After losing Eric Morris to Texas Tech, Mike Leach officially has his new inside receivers coach on Friday as WSU announced the hiring of former Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost. As Brian covered a while back, this is a great move for Leach and WSU.
WSU snags Yost to coach the slot - Spokesman.com - Jan. 19, 2013
College football: Washington State made the hire of inside receivers coach David Yost official on Friday.
Cougars Name David Yost Inside Receivers Coach - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football head coach Mike Leach announced Friday that David Yost has been hired as the Cougars' inside receivers coach.
Texas WR Hunter Jarmon headed west - ESPN
For quite some time, wide receiver Hunter Jarmon (Waco, Texas/Midway) has been a huge fan of coach Mike Leach. When Washington State and Texas Tech were among his finalists, many thought Jarmon would ultimately choose one of those programs.
The Cougars are back on the court tonight, hosing Colorado. Brock Motum has been in a bit of a funk recently and will now get to match up with possibly the best defender in the Pac-12 in Andre Roberson. That should be interesting.
Cougars need a win, so do Buffs - Spokesman.com - Jan. 19, 2013
PULLMAN – Can a game this early in the season be classified as a "must-win" for both teams?
Conference Power Rankings: Pac-12 - Men's College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
11. Washington State. The Cougars picked up their first conference win Wednesday against Utah, but they could really turn some heads by beating Colorado on Saturday. A victory certainly isn't out of the question. The Buffaloes are struggling, and Washington State boasts one of the better home courts in the Pac-12.
Ex-Coug Thompson shows engaging side as pro - Spokesman.com - Jan. 19, 2013
OAKLAND, Calif. – The way Klay Thompson speaks now, it’s hard to imagine him as the same guy who stood before a Beasley Coliseum crowd less than two years ago, microphone in hand, apologizing for the fact he was suspended and couldn’t play in Washington State’s season finale against UCLA.
The WSU women's team will get another shot to snap its losing streak against Washington on Sunday.
Cougars, Huskies Face Off Again Sunday at Beasley Coliseum - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS, HUSKIES FACE OFF AGAIN SUNDAY ON THE PAC-12 NETWORKS: For the second time this week Washington State and the University of Washington will match up, this time at Beasley Coliseum in Pullman, Wash. Tipoff is slated for Sunday at 2 p.m. and will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks (Washington).