WSU Cougars

Leach Pac-12 Co-Coach Of The Year

Washington State Cougars head football coach Mike Leach becomes the first head coach at WSU to be named Pac-12 Coach Of The Year since Bill Doba in 2003

11 Cougs receive Pac-12 honors

Quarterback Luke Falk was among 11 Washington State Cougar football players named to the Pac-12 all-conference teams, with the player of the year announcement expected Tuesday evening.

Apple Cup Aftermath

Keith Osso has more from Seattle after the Washington's dominating win over Washington State

Preview: 2015 Apple Cup

Washington State leads the nation in passing offense but will likely be without sophomore quarterback Luke Falk when the No. 20 Cougars visit Washington in Friday's edition of the Apple Cup.

Cougar parents prank Husky kids

Like so many neighborhoods, the South Hill is still a mess more than a week after 2015's historic windstorm, but amidst the downed power lines, tree snags, and caution tape there is a reminder of what's truly important this time of year: The Apple Cup.

Cougs In Good Hands At QB

If the Cougars have to play without Luke Falk in the Apple Cup, they say they are in very capable hands with Peyton Bender.

Who Will QB Cougars In Apple Cup?

The Washington State Cougars are looking for win number 9 of the season in the Apple Cup, but a lot of questions are left unanswered about who will be playing quarterback.

Leach National COY Semi-Finalist

Mike Leach was named as a semi-finalist for  the George munger Collegiate Coach of the Year award.  He won the award in 2008 with Texas Tech.

Cougs Not Done Yet

The Washington State Cougars are qualified for a Bowl game for the second time in the last three seasons, but they say they aren't done yet.