The Monday After
Lots of offense with just enough defense always has been a winning recipe for Mike Leach.
The Cougs proved that the first three games of the season were no fluke in a narrow loss to the desperate, talented Trojans.
Perhaps I underestimated these guys.
I decided to write a column befitting the Cougs’ effort.
A Senior Day win felt great. But the next two games will be the ones that write the story of this season.
After yet another dominating performance by the Speed D, it’s time to recognize.
Even after a sham of a performance against Cal, there are lots of reasons to think it was an aberration.
Oregon might have built a brand on speed, but it’s the Cougars who have zoomed right past them.
The No. 5 Trojans are coming to town on Friday. Get jacked.
Sorry not sorry, Broncos.
Whether the season-opening 31-0 win over Montana State was impressive enough for some, it sure is nice that WSU is now starting from this particular baseline.
No, it didn’t end as we would have liked. But this was a matchup of two teams that are absolutely worthy of the praise they’ve received.
We wondered how the Cougs would stand up to a prolific passer. Now we know: JUST FINE.
No, WSU hasn’t been at the top of its game for all four quarters the last couple of weeks. And that’s not really all that damning, to be honest.
Not what you expected from a Mike Leach-coached team, but here we are!
You know, 15-yard penalties aren’t always the worst thing. Make Football Fun Again!
Let’s take a look back at not just the win against Idaho, but the trouble spots of the first three games.
Starting the season 0-2 is clearly suboptimal, but let’s be honest: All of this team’s goals are still in front of them for the taking.