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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Thursday Morning Links

At some point in time this summer, we are going to reach a point where I have zero items to link. We are not there yet as today is a surprisingly busy day of links.

In addition to the links after the jump, there is also this podcast from Mike Leach's appearance on the Ian Furness show. Leach didn't break down the Pac-12 mascot battle again, but the interview did cover the Crimson and Gray game, Jeff Tuel's progress and the situation with Sekope Kaufusi.

If you haven't seen the Martin Stadium remodel for yourself, this video from KHQ gives a pretty good indication of just how large the new structure is. After seeing it for myself for the first time last week, I would describe it as shockingly large.

Finally, the NFL Draft begins today with the first round and continues into the weekend. Alex Hoffman-Ellis' name keeps popping up on mock drafts mostly in the fifth or sixth round. This mock draft has him going to Minnesota with the third pick of the fifth-round. Zach Williams was selected in the sixth round last year.


Washington State: 3 players who helped their chances - Washington State Cougars - RapidReports
No. 1 -- QB Jeff Tuel. He was expected to compete with Connor Halliday and split reps with the No. 1 offense this spring, but those plans were scrapped when Halliday took a helmet to his side during the first practice of the spring.

WSU position battles come into focus - - April 25, 2012
PULLMAN – The first spring of the Mike Leach era has concluded at Washington State.

WSU Live Chat at noon - SportsLink - - April 25, 2012
We're getting started two minutes early this afternoon. You bring the questions, I'll bring the answers.

Hoffman-Ellis hopes NFL calls this weekend - - April 25, 2012
Alex Hoffman-Ellis ponders this strange question. Down time? What is that, again?

Know the Foe: Davey Jones' Locker, Mike Leach, and the WSU Spring Game - Vanquish The Foe
BYU's opening week opponent, Washington State, held its annual Crimson and Gray Spring Game on Saturday afternoon in Spokane. I took the opportunity to travel the fifteen minutes from campus to take in the festivities.

Pac-12 running back rankings - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Despite the Pac-12 conference being home to some of the best quarterbacks and wide receivers in the country, some teams do occasionally run the football. Some better than others. Some really better than others.

Greg Lewis, Clarence Williams Make HOF Ballot | Washington - Oregon - Idaho
Former running backs Greg Lewis (1987-90) of Washington and Clarence Williams (1962-64) of Washington State are among 76 nominees on the 2012 Football Bowl Subdivision ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.


WSU's Bobo Brayton: 'Old-school dude' was larger than life " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Long before he literally helped build Washington State's current baseball stadium; and long before his name was attached to the facility; and long before he established himself as one of the most legendary coaches in college baseball history; Bobo Brayton says he received his greatest honor as a Cougar — and it had nothing to do with baseball.