Of all the position groups on WSU's roster, none may be as intriguing as the wide receiver group. With Marquess Wilson now in the NFL, the Cougars don't have a clear-cut No. 1 receiver. Dominique Williams flashed potential down the stretch, but he's one of only a few potential standouts.
Williams showed enough down the stretch to impress some as Kyle Kensing of the Saturday Blitz ranked Williams as the No. 7 wide receiver in the Pac-12. Brett Bartolone also cracked the list, checking in at No. 12. Not bad for a pair of soon-to-be sophomores.
Gabe Marks was not listed in the top 13 and he may be the best receiver on the roster. Kristoff Williams, Robert Lewis and others will also be in the mix next year. At this point you could make a legitimate for at least three players being WSU's top wide receiver. The good news is no matter who leads the way, WSU has plenty of talent at the position.
Ranking The Pac-12 Wide Receivers
He ended 2012 with his two best games, which were also the Cougars’ two best in conference, catching seven passes against UCLA and eight in the win over Washington.
Bowl schedule announced - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Mark your calendars. The 2013-2014 bowl schedule has been announced (of course, participants are pending).
Pullman Police announced in a press release Wednesday that charges will be recommended against Idaho receiver Roman Runner and former Washington State receiver Mansel Simmons for their involvement in an altercation in the early hours of March 24.
Mike Leach's lawsuit:
There was some happenings in Mike Leach's defamation lawsuit against ESPN, Craig James and Spaeth Communications. If you wish to read about such things, there are three links below.
Leach Attorney Hopeful for Positive Outcome in Hearing
The trial continues with former head coach of Texas Tech football, Mike Leach. His attorney's in court tWednesday for a hearing centered on a lawsuit filed against ESPN. One of Leach's lawyers, Steve Hiniger, said they have proof there was intention of actual malice against Leach.
Lawyers in former Texas Tech head football coach Mike Leach’s defamation lawsuit won one early agreement Wednesday afternoon, May 22, and it came early in what became more than three hours of arguments.
Former Texas Tech Football Coach Mike Leach was back in court Wednesday for a hearing on a lawsuit involving ESPN, Spaeth Communications, and Craig James.