It's been a while since we've heard much from Marquess Wilson, but that changed some Friday when he spoke to reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine. Wilson didn't go into specific detail when asked about his departure from WSU, but did touch on it briefly. Here are a couple of interesting notes from Danny O'Neil's story which can be found in the links below.
What will Wilson say when he's asked about Leach?
"I'm not going to bad-mouth him," Wilson said. "I'm past that. I'm beyond it. There's no reason for me to backtrack and bad-mouth him."
And nearly three months after leaving the team, Wilson said he doesn't regret his decision.
"Looking back at it, I wouldn't change my mind," he said. "I stuck with it, and I'll still stick with it. That's just the way I felt and the way I feel."
It doesn't sound as if the relationship has been healed as Wilson will not participate in WSU's pro day.
Yet it is Eastern Washington, and not the school he attended, where Wilson will work out for NFL scouts, holding his pro day in Cheney on March 6 in what is a geographic manifestation of the divorce from Washington State.
Ex-Cougar Marquess Wilson faces some tough questions at NFL combine | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
INDIANAPOLIS — Character. The word gets invoked repeatedly with regard to prospects for the NFL draft, a catch-all term used to cover a broad range of off-the-field issues that don't concern a player's size, speed or ability to beat press coverage.
Wilson rebuilding draft stock - Washington State University - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington news, weather and sports
INDIANAPOLIS — Marquess Wilson understands he has some explaining to do.
Leach v. Holgorsen: A look back - Football Study Hall
We thought we had charting gold on our hands.
The Cougars lost to Colorado on Friday night, 59-45. WSU is now 6-9 in conference play with three tough games remaining.
Cougars Fall To No. 20 Colorado, 59-45 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
BOULDER, Colo. - Washington State University dropped a 59-45 contest to No. 20 University of Colorado Friday.
Women's basketball: Arielle Roberson leads CU Buffs to victory - Boulder Daily Camera
Ever since Arielle Roberson arrived at Colorado in the fall of 2011, people have said she has the potential to play basketball like her older brother, Andre, who is a standout junior for the CU men's team.
The men's basketball team has the opportunity to knock off No. 12 Arizona today. It may seem like a longshot, but I remember the Cougars pulling a similar stunner my freshman year. All we need is Royce Woolridge to pull a Thomas Kelati and we'll be fine.
Formidable task at hand for WSU against Arizona - Spokesman.com - Feb. 23, 2013
TUCSON, Ariz. – With his team riding a seven-game losing streak and entrenched in the Pac-12 cellar, Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone knows what he wants to see against a talented Arizona team this afternoon.
NCAA College Basketball Preview - Washington State Cougars at Arizona Wildcats - Feb 23, 2013 - CBSSports.com
Arizona coach Sean Miller didn't panic after rare back-to-back conference losses earlier this month.
Conference Power Rankings: Pac-12 - Men's College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
12. Washington State. Ken Bone's squad has lost seven straight games. Four of the setbacks were by four points or fewer, including one in overtime. Royce Woolridge had a career game against Oregon on Saturday with 36 points. Brock Motum averages team highs in points (17.8) and rebounds (6.2).
PPDS - postponed due to snow.
Cougar Baseball Game Postponed - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Friday's nonconference baseball game between Washington State and visiting Eastern Michigan has been postponed due to snow.