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HOT COUGAR ACTION: What Are Your Expectations For The 2012 Football Season?

If you didn't check CougCenter last night, you missed one of the more spirited discussions in recent memory. Jeff's post on the F/+ projections for the 2012 season triggered quite the response. After reading through the discussion, it seems now is a good time to gauge fan expectations for 2012.

We'll do this at least one more time closer to the start of the season, but I'm interested to what current expectations are. To help everyone make as educated projections as possible, I'll post the schedule below. When you vote, you can factor a bowl victory into your total if you think WSU will make and win a bowl next season. Also, feel free to post your rational in the comments.


Vs. Eastern Washington


Vs. Colorado

Vs. Oregon

@ Oregon State

Vs. California

@ Stanford

@ Utah


@ Arizona State

Vs. Washington


Weekend scrimmage recap - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
The defense recorded 12 sacks -- though a sack was granted when a defender could "grab" the quarterback. Still, defensive end Logan Mayes was able to get his hand on the quarterback four times and defensive tackle Xavier Cooper got there three times.

Coug offensive lineman Denzell Dotson arrested for DUI | Sports -
PULLMAN, Wash. - A WSU Cougar offensive lineman was arrested by Pullman police overnight Sunday on suspicion of driving under the influence.


Cougars Travel to Portland - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University baseball team travels to Portland for a nonconference meeting with the Pilots, Tuesday, April 10. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. at Joe Etzel Field.

The Daily Evergreen Online - Baseball continues their success
The WSU baseball team took the series from Seattle University this weekend, winning the opening games on Thursday and Friday before dropping the final game on Saturday.

Track And Field

Fourteen Cougars on MPSF Indoor T&F All-Academic Teams - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WOODLAND, Calif. -- Eight women and six men student-athletes from Washington State University indoor track and field teams have been named to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation 2012 Indoor Track & Field All-Academic Scholar-Athlete teams Executive Director Al Beaird announced Monday.