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WSU's best and worst case scenarios

One of the highlights of the offseason arrived on Wednesday as Ted Miller laid out WSU's best and worse case scenarios.

Random WSU fan is random
Random WSU fan is random

Every year, Ted Miller's Best case-worst case series is one of the more entertaining reads of the offseason. WSU got the best case-worst case treatment on Wednesday and once again it didn't disappoint.

I won't spoil it, but the best case includes a lot of wins and a bowl victory over Texas while the worst-case includes a brutal Apple Cup, and the worst change to the coaching staff imaginable. The ending to the worst-case scenario is some excellent nightmare fuel.


Best case-worst case: Washington State - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
This is the second in a series looking at potential dream and nightmare scenarios for all Pac-12 teams.

Preseason position reviews: cornerback - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN

Washington State: The Cougars welcome back three corners with significant experience: Damante Horton, Anthony Carpenter and Nolan Washington. On the downside, the pass defense struggled last year, ranking 11th in pass efficiency defense, yielding a 65.5 percent completion rate.

Women's basketball:

The Cougars are headed to Eastern Europe for an offseason trip. Maybe not as good as the trip to Australia the men's basketball team took last year, but still should be fun.


Cougars To Take European Trip - Washington State Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University women’s basketball team will take a 10-day foreign trip to Austria, Slovakia and Czech Republic.


A few Cougars are having excellent summer seasons. Ben Roberts' big summer is especially encouraging.


Cougar Baseball Summer Update - Washington State Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. – Several current and former Washington State baseball players are making their mark in summer collegiate leagues and Minor League Baseball, respectively.