Cole Madison continued his path to the NFL this week by playing in the Senior Bowl. It was an eventful week for Madison who got plenty of work at right guard. From a lot of accounts, Madison showed well for himself during the week.
Cole Madison good rep pic.twitter.com/fMLf3kBmBW— The Mick Nartin™ (@themicknartin) January 24, 2018
Wazzu's Cole Madison successfully moving to RG this week. I think he could play RT in the NFL, but looking like a good starter inside.— Chad Reuter (@chad_reuter) January 27, 2018
Focused strictly on LOS today for North practice. UTEP Will Hernandez was the best on OL and it wasn’t close. Just so powerful... Also impressive performances from WSU OG Cole Madison & Army OT Brett Toth... Pitt OT ONeill/Oregon OT Crosby not as consistent as I hoped they’d be.— Rob Rang (@RobRang) January 24, 2018
The practices and games were a good opportunity for NFL scouts to see Madison go through drills and match up head-to-head against other prospects. Now, the focus on Madison will focus more on himself individually. Like the rest of the Cougar hopefuls, Madison will begin preparing for individual workouts and pro day.
Houma native closing in on major football scholarship
Houma native Trevon Gauno took the long road toward reaching his goal of becoming a major college football player.
Now he is getting closer to making it to the mountain top.
Cougars hire AD, will pay him a pretty penny more than Dave Heeke – for now | National | oleantimesherald.com
Washington State hired a new AD last week, Patrick Chun, who had been the AD at Florida Atlantic. The Cougars will pay Chun $650,000 per year. Arizona, by comparison, hired
Thybulle, Nowell pace UW men past WSU 80-62
Mattise Thybulle scored 18 points and Jaylen Nowell added 14 points and nine rebounds to pace UW to an 80-62 victory over WSU in a Pac-12 Conference game on Sunday.
Washington State Cougars at Washington Huskies, 80-62, With a win over Wazzu, is UW bubbling toward something bigger?, January 28, 2018 | The News Tribune
Junior guard Matisse Thybulle records his second straight game of 18 points in Huskies’ win over Cougars.
UCLA Women’s Basketball Wins Sixth Straight, Beats WSU, 79-71 - Bruins Nation
Monique Billings and Lajahna Drummer both had a double-double as the Bruins completed another road sweep.