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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Confidence Is The Word Of The Day

Yeah! What Brian said!

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Cougars after fresh start - - Sept. 3, 2010
There has been a confident air wafting over WSU’s practice field the past few weeks, a cologne based on equal parts of hard work through the summer, improved talent, key players returning healthy and the usual new-season optimism.

2-Minute Drill - - Sept. 4, 2010
The Cougars must start faster. Or at least faster than last year. Washington State scored all of six points in the first quarter last season – a field goal each against California and Oregon State – while giving up 176. Yes, 176 points in 180 minutes.

Cougars brace for air assault from pass-happy Cowboys | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
What’s the difference between the 2010 Washington State football team and that woeful Cougars team of 2009? Gino Simone was so excited to provide an answer, he literally started laughing out of sheer joy. "One eighty (180 degrees)," the sophomore wide receiver said. "The confidence we have is not even close to where it was last year."

Cougars | Scouting report; Washington State at Oklahoma State | Seattle Times Newspaper

Lafler Wins Men's Race at Cougar-Husky Dual - WASHINGTON STATE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Washington State junior Jono Lafler took the individual title in the men's race but Washington won both the men's and women's team titles at the cross country dual meet between the Cougars and the Huskies at Ephrata High School Friday evening.

Jennie Marshall scored two goals in the second half and No. 12 Brigham Young defeated visiting Washington State 3-1 in nonconference women's soccer, Friday night. With the victory, BYU won its fifth-straight match to open the season. Washington State dropped to 1-4-0 with three losses coming to teams nationally-ranked in the top 15.

Volleyball Falls to Tulsa in Three Sets - WASHINGTON STATE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
The Washington State Cougars volleyball team (2-2) was swept by Tulsa (2-2) in the opening match of the University of San Francisco Powerade Asics Challenge tournament at War Memorial Gym in San Francisco. Tulsa won with set scores of 25-12, 25-16, and 25-15.