10 year anniversary video of Ole Crimson.
The Grind looks at WSU's offseason in the weight room in episode 3.
E-Flo was driven through the WSU campus for the last time this morning. He was then flown to North Carolina where his family will host a private funeral this weekend.
You most likely know him as the voice of the Cougars at Martin Stadium and Beasley Coliseum. Perhaps you even know him as the mayor of Pullman. But those of us in the Murrow College of Communications know him as a damn fine professor. (Now retired.) And apparently once upon a time, he anchored the KWSU broadcasts, working with student reporters. Keep an eye out for Kathi Goertzen in this broadcast taking in the aftermath of the Mount St. Helens eruption, which has its 35th anniversary today. (h/t @WSUPullman)
There are no words to describe this video. You simply have to watch.
Myers and Toki answer a couple questions at the National Signing Day Breakfast (h/t @Jillosur)
There are a lot of high school all-star games out there, but here's one where a WSU commit, three-star receiver Deontay Burnett, lights it up. He won the MVP award for his performance. (h/t @BKRansford.)
Lots of talk about Mayle's basketball background, which isn't surprising because he's a bit of an oddity in that regard. But on his end, he's trying to emphasize that he can be versatile. (h/t Britton Ransford)
This is with Turron Davenport of Pro Player Insiders. One highlight: How his basketball background allows him to be a good target for his QB.
Pole had a mostly nondescript performance today, but he did pick up this nice quarterback hurry, in which he split a double team. If I find any official defensive stats, I'll pass those along.