What if we reimagined the matchups before conference play begins in earnest?
What can WSU expect to see in 2020 with new hire Jake Dickert coming over from Wyoming to lead the defense?
Explore how WSU’s new coach helped Hawaii overachieve.
WSU’s offense looks to keep it rolling while the defense hopes to capitalize on a struggling Cal offense.
Both teams have an opportunity to fix some problems.
Who should WSU fans be rooting for this week to see the Cougs climb in the polls?
Since 2015, no other team has gotten as much out of its recruiting as the Cougars.
After a conservative 2017, Mike Leach got his 4th down groove back.
Let’s take a look at some comps for the WSU tackle, whose combine numbers were off the charts.
James Williams was a stud at WSU. Could his similarities to the Pro Bowl caliber Freeman make him a steal in the 2019 draft?
A lack of pressure on the QB has led to a big drop in interceptions.
Very few teams get into the end zone at a higher rate than the Cougs.
The way WSU and Oregon match up, it’s hard not to see a shootout at Martin Stadium.
Here’s how, after 216 consecutive appearances on ESPN’s College GameDay, WSU’s flag came home.
This could get ugly.
Maybe we shouldn’t be so scared of that running attack after all.
The Cougs have been at their offensive best under Leach when they could run the ball effectively.
There are a lot of reasons to think this will be a down year for the Cougars. But improved recruiting has hopefully raised the floor significantly.
Mike Leach loves to take risks. He had turned WSU into one of the most aggressive teams on 4th down in the country, but 2017 was a different story.
If Luke Falk’s struggles on the road continue, WSU will need a big game from the defense to take home the win.
It’s been a journey. Come explore every host of Ol’Crimson as it’s traveled far and wide courting ESPN’s College GameDay.