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A football transfer and a women's basketball win

Some good news, some other.

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A quick look at WSU's depth chart heading into next season and it's obvious the Cougars have a lot to sort out at cornerback. Three true freshman played last season, joining Daquawn Brown and Charleston White on the active roster while Sebastian LaRue and Jeff Farrar redshirted. Things cleared up some on Monday with the word that freshman Kevin Griffin will transfer.

Griffin sat out most of the season, only to get inserted into the lineup late in the season. He played in three games and even started against Oregon State. Griffin tweeted that he'd received an offer from Cal Poly and Braulio Perez of Cougfan was able to confirm Griffin was indeed planning to transfer.

While losing depth is never an ideal situation, it's not a surprise that the Cougars had a young cornerback depart. Even if playing time didn't factor into Griffin's departure, eventually a depth chart is going to settle and some players are going to be on the outside looking in.

Because he burned his redshirt, Griffin will have three years of eligibility remaining, which he'll be able to use immediately at the FCS school.


Women's basketball:

Cougars Sink 12 Threes, Post 87-60 Win at Loyola Marymount - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State women’s basketball wrapped up nonconference play with an impressive 87-60 victory over Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles Monday


Freshman cornerback Kevin Griffin leaves WSU football program - - Dec. 23, 2014
Freshman cornerback Kevin Griffin has left the Washington State football program and will transfer to another school to continue playing football. Griffin played in three games this past season and made his first and only start in WSU’s win at Oregon State. He finishes his career at WSU with two tackles.

Jonah Moi, Washington State Cougars 3-star LB commit, receives offer from Oregon State Beavers |
With new coach Gary Andersen settling in to his new role, Oregon State appears to be responding to the Cougars with an attempt at a recruiting flip of its own. Perhaps it's payback time. Over the weekend the Beavers offered Washington State commit Jonah Moi, a Rivals three-star linebacker from Riverside City College, who explained via Twitter that interest was mutual.