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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Sunday Postmortem

Paul Wulff holds a teleconference with reporters every Sunday after a game, and most of today's reports are based on that.

WSU's players try to make sense of loss - SportsLink - - Sept. 5, 2010
Wulff admitted OSU did a lot of stuff the Cougars hadn’t seen before, as Chima Nwachukwu talks about in our story in tomorrow’s paper. "It put us on heels," Wulff said. "They did something we had no idea was coming, it stymied us, then you add a great tailback (Kendall Hunter) on top of it, it kept us on our heels on defense. … We weren’t prepared for it. … We just have to adapt to it and make plays."

Cougs wonder what went wrong - - Sept. 5, 2010
What happened, that was easy to explain. But how and why it happened? That question was harder to answer. "I really don’t know," said senior defensive end Kevin Kooyman. "I really don’t know. It was just one of those things, we were in the game, and then they made a big play and they made another big play." Wulff spares no words in assessing porous D
PAUL WULFF, who generally is about as unflappable as they come, was actually fired up Saturday when asked to assess his team's tackling skills following the debacle against Oklahoma State. "We were horrible. We were absolutely terrible, and we worked on it all camp," said the disgusted head man. What They're Saying: Post-Stillwater Edition
FROM TULSA to Lewiston, the quips and quotes, barbs and broadsides, are moving fast in the wake of Washington State's nightmarish opening to what was billed to be a competitive season after two years of woe.

WSU football: Sifting through the carnage of another blowout loss | Moscow-Pullman Daily News Blogs
Just watched Washington State’s 65-17 loss to Oklahoma State for a second time (I know, I know, why would anyone put themselves through that), and thought I’d pass along a couple thoughts, plus my day-after story with some comments from Paul Wulff.

Micaela Castain Records Hat Trick in Soccer Victory - WASHINGTON STATE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Freshman Micaela Castain scored three goals to lead Washington State past Weber State 4-1 in nonconference women's soccer, Sunday.