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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Sunday Morning Victory Links

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As you can see in the photo above, Washington State came within an inch or two of losing Saturday, but they didn't. No matter how close it was, a win is a win at the end of the day and thankfully I don't have to link to 30 loss recaps again.

There is a lot to get to today, starting with official stats and postgame notes from the WSU. As you can read in the notes, Marquess Wilson moved ahead of Hugh Campbell and is now third in WSU history in receiving yards. Now, onto the videos.

WSU Football: Mike Leach after the EWU game (via WSUCougarAthletics)

WSU Football: Darryl Monroe after the EWU game (via WSUCougarAthletics)

WSU Football: Jeff Tuel after EWU game (via WSUCougarAthletics)

WSU Football: Andrew Furney after EWU game (via WSUCougarAthletics)

We will be back with more throughout the day, including a closer look at the final play of the game.


Cougars left wanting after ragged victory | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
PULLMAN – Saturday was a day to remember for Washington State football, even if the game itself was not particularly memorable. The game, in fact, was downright bizarre.

WSU kicker's legend grows - Pac-12 Post
It’s not often you see a kicker this happy. Then again, it’s not often you see a 60-yard field goal. Here’s your chance at both, courtesy of WSU kicker Andrew Furney:

Andrew Furney uses foot to back up mouth with 60-yard FG | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
PULLMAN — When Andrew Furney, Washington State's junior kicker from Burlington-Edison High, launched a 61-yard field goal in pregame warm-ups here Saturday, it was met with predictable reserve from his special-teams coach, Eric Russell.

Cougars Notebook: O-Linemen have tough day coming » Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — The giant sand pit that Mike Leach installed at the west end of Washington State's football practice field is generally used for conditioning players' legs.

Refurbished Martin Stadium a hit in Pullman » Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Washington State’s first home football game sold out for the first time in more than half a century on Saturday afternoon, and no one seemed to appreciate it more than a young linebacker who grew up 3,000 miles away.

Christian Caple’s Keys to the Game - - Sept. 9, 2012
Washington State’s defense may have allowed too many big plays and a few too many yards, but the Cougars kept Eastern Washington from scoring for most of the second half. They sacked EWU’s Kyle Padron four times, hurried him several others and forced him to throw more incompletions than completions.

Big leg by Furney produces big result for Cougars | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
PULLMAN – One player whose mental tenacity has impressed Washington State coach Mike Leach is Andrew Furney.

Cougars two-minute drill | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel was 20 of 26 for 171 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions — markedly improved from last week.

Washington State holds off Eastern Washington | The Columbian
PULLMAN — Saturday was a memorable day for Washington State football, even if the game itself was not particularly memorable.

Leach learning all about his Cougars in 24-20 victory | Bud Withers | The Seattle Times
Mike Leach talks about "clusters," the idea that good football teams follow a positive development on offense with another one on defense, or maybe a big return or blocked punt on special teams.

Video: Deone Bucannon - SportsLink - - Sept. 8, 2012
Video: Deone Bucannon

Video: Cyrus Coen - SportsLink - - Sept. 8, 2012
Video: Cyrus Coen

WSU 24, EWU 20: tale of the tape - SportsLink - - Sept. 8, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — Someone asked in a chat the other day if I'd be giving out position grades on the blog after games, a la Vince Grippi pre-2011. Well, I'm not going to. But we do have a capsulated overview for you after the jump.

Notebook: Coen earns his keep for Cougars - - Sept. 8, 2012
PULLMAN – Once a walk-on, outside linebacker Cyrus Coen was rewarded for his hard work during the spring with a scholarship once the school year began.

Cougars hold off EWU's upset bid - - Sept. 8, 2012
PULLMAN – There were differing opinions about whose hands rescued Washington State from agony.

Blanchette: Cougs will remain work in progress - - Sept. 8, 2012
PULLMAN – You wouldn’t recognize the place. Full.

Cougars Top EWU in Home Opener, 24-20 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Jeff Tuel threw a pair of touchdown passes to Isiah Myers as Washington State hung on to beat Eastern Washington 24-20 on Saturday in the home debut of Cougars coach Mike Leach.

Notes from Mike Leach after WSU beats Eastern - SportsLink - - Sept. 8, 2012
Here's part of what WSU coach Mike Leach had to say after Washington State held on to beat Eastern Washington 24-20 at Martin Stadium on Saturday. Read on.