It’s Monday morning, which means you are probably at work right now. You may not be very happy about that, but at least you’re still having a better day than the guy who thought he could defend CJ Elleby.
Elleby is spending his summer playing in the TheCrawsOver, a pro-am league. I have a feeling No. 11 might regret his decision to also play in the league.
So however your Monday is going, at least you still have two working ankles.
Keith Lincoln, a triple-threat halfback for Washington State in late 1950’s, dies at age of 80 | The Spokesman-Review
Keith Lincoln, a powerful, versatile fullback for Washington State in the late 1950’s and early 60’s who later went on to a storied professional football career with the San Diego Chargers, died Saturday in his Pullman home at the age of 80.
3 potential training camp roster cuts for the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars have found their long-term option at quarterback with Nick Foles. Who is his backup? Gardner Minshew, an Air Raid product of Mike Leach’s Washington State Cougars, may be that answer. Despite his rookie status, Minshew has impressed in practices. He earned the pro-ready backup tag before the draft for his accuracy and cerebral play.
Scouting Jets quarterback Luke Falk - Gang Green Nation
With camp now underway, we’re going to take a look at some more of the Jets’ offseason acquisitions, continuing today with Luke Falk.
As the Utes know, Washington State has grown into a Pac-12 force - The Salt Lake Tribune
Washington State coach Mike Leach tries to bring some degree of humor to the Pac-12 Football Media Day, with his offbeat answers and eagerness to tackle any subject.