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PULLMAN, Wash — The WSU Cougars are battling the No. 15 Oregon Ducks at Martin Stadium. The Cougs are looking to keep their undefeated season and beat their second-ranked opponent this month. It's a beautiful day and Pullman, and we…

Cougs know a physical fight awaits in Wisconsin

PULLMAN, Wash. ---As if the Idaho Vandals weren't a tough enough test for the Washington State Cougars this past weekend, when the team travels out to Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, the #…

Washington State escapes late scare from Idaho

PULLMAN, Wash. --- Transfer Linebacker Daivan Henley came up with the game-winning interception with 12 seconds to play in the 4th quarter as the Washington State Cougars beat an upstart Idaho Vandals squad 24-17. After All Pac-12 Kicker Dean Janiskowski…

WSU's Ron Stone Jr. named to Rotary Lombardi Award watch list

HOUSTON, Wash. -- Washington State defensive lineman Ron Stone Jr. was named to the 2022 Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List on Monday. The Rotary Lombardi Award is presented annually to the best college football offensive or defensive lineman who shows…

The Cougs will play Miami in the Sun Bowl

PULLMAN, Wash.-- The Cougs are heading to El Paso to play in the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl. WSU will face the Univerity of Miami on New Year's Eve. The last time WSU made a bowl game appearance was in…

Cougars pull upset over Cal, get first Pac-12 win

Jayden de Laura passed for three touchdowns, two to Calvin Jackson Jr. who made a spectacular one-handed grab near the corner of the end zone, and Washington State beat California 21-6 on Saturday.

Eagles smash records on the way to a shootout win

The first-ever meeting between the Eastern Washington University Eagles and the Western Illinois University Leathernecks was anything but boring. In a game that saw 1,397 combined offensive yards and 1,016 combined passing yards, it was the Eagles who prevailed, hanging onto a 62-56 victory over WIU at Hanson Field in Macomb, Ill., on Saturday afternoon

Eagles improve to 2-0 with one-sided win over Central Washington

The 18th-straight win at Roos Field was a dominating one for the Eastern Washington University football team. The Eagles hosted Central Washington in its home-opener on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 11) in Cheney, Wash., and cruised to a 63-14 victory, the 11th highest scoring game in EWU history.