If you woke up this morning and said to yourself, "Gosh, I really hope Mark posts a bunch of random links in today's Hot Cougar Action" then you are in luck. You might also want to reconsider the priorities in your life. Maybe go on a date or see what social activities your local YMCA has planned.
As for the links, there is a lot to cover so I'll start with a few here and get to the rest after the jump.
- Here is your daily link to vote in the College GameDay contest.
- Mike Leach and company recently offered wide receiver River Cracraft. Using Totalfootballstats.com's search tool, it appears no player named River has played college football since 1970. Mike Leach is making history already.
- The WSU baseball team begins a three game series with California tonight. First pitch is slated for 7 p.m. and can be streamed here with an All-Access subscription.
- WSU may not have had a player selected in the NFL draft, but Tyson Pencer went third overall in the CFL draft.
LSU can pass, Oregon is fast among 10 spring football lessons - Stewart Mandel - SI.com
8. The Air Raid is back, with a twist
Pac-12 Football Recruiting: The Top Ten Sleeper Recruits This Past Decade - Pacific Takes
6. Alex Brink - QB - Class of 2003 - Eugene, OR - Sheldon - Washington State 7. Jason Hill - WR - Class of 2003 - San Francisco, CA - Sacred Heart - Washington State
Football recruiting: Santa Margarita wide receivers hauls in first offer - OC Varsity : OC Varsity
Santa Margarita junior wide receiver River Cracraft grabbed his first scholarship offer on Wednesday: Washington State.
Bombers pick up Tyson Pencer from Washington State - Winnipeg Free Press
The Bombers GM traded his No. 8 and No. 13 pick to get to the three slot and then used it to select 6-8, 330-pound offensive lineman Tyson Pencer from Washington State.
Whitworth baseball enjoys successful ride - Spokesman.com - May 3, 2012
Around the area: Washington State (22-18, 8-9 Pac-12) faces California in a crucial three-game series this weekend at Bailey-Brayton Field with a chance to improve its NCAA tournament resume
Former Washington State basketball player Alex Kirk was named head men’s basketball coach at Clark (junior) College in Vancouver, Wash.
Track And Field
PULLMAN - The Washington State Univesity men's track and field team defeated the visiting Huskies 87 to 76, winning for the fourth time in the past five years.