Why Washington State? Well that's a stupid question.
I write. A lot.
The former WSU quarterback will take the long road to making an NFL roster.
The mercurial wide receiver narrowly missed the fate that appears to be in store for former teammates Jeff Tuel and Travis Long, who look like they'll go undrafted.
As usual, the former WSU linebacker refuses to let his battle with ALS slow him down, as he announces the Saints' third round pick on live TV.
The former WSU wide receiver saw his stock drop precipitously after quitting the team, but the talent is undeniable. Someone might be getting a steal.
"They said that after their meeting with the athletic director [Bill Moos] at the end of the season, that the program is going to be headed into a different direction," Sean Lancona said. "I'm going to try to stay classy here, but there were a lot of things said that left the impression that the program was headed in a direction that wasn't going to fit Tanner's needs anymore. … It had to do with a coach on a hot seat, a coach that needed to go in a different direction immediately."Via FoxSports.com. We've already written about this situation plenty, and our take from the moment the school parted ways with Tanner Lancona was that it wasn't mutual. This would seem to be more evidence of that.
"Seanlancona" has a different take on the "mutual" decision that led Tanner Lancona to be released from his letter of intent with WSU. Do you believe him?
Documents obtained by USA Today paint a picture of strained relations between the Arizona coach and the Pac-12 commissioner's office.