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Path 4Ward: How WSU's president is leading the university through COVID-19

Washington State University has a lot of planning to do before bringing students back to Pullman this fall. But how do you balance the campus feel that makes WSU so great with the great risks of coronavirus? Derek Deis spoke with WSU President Dr. Kirk Schulz about leading the college through COVID-19.

New WSU football coach helps create Coaches Coalition For Progress

When the Washington State Cougar football team finally gets together in Pullman, it will be different.  But change isn't always a bad thing, in terms of change for equality, it's tough to think of anything better.  WSU's new defensive ends coach AJ Cooper is doing what he can to start the change now.

WSU announces new guidelines for home competitions

Following the decision earlier Wednesday by Washington State University to move in‑person classes to online formats following spring break, Washington State Athletics will implement new attendance protocols for all home athletic competitions until further notice. This move is being made to allow for increased social distancing in light of the spread of the COVID-19 illness in the state of Washington. 

Elleby named Pac-12 Player of the Week

Washington State Men's Basketball sophomore forward CJ Elleby was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week for the week ending on Jan. 18, the conference office announced Monday. Elleby is the first Coug to earn the award this season and the first since Robert Franks took home the top honor Feb. 22, 2019.

WSU's Molina earns first Pac-12 player of the week award

For the first time in illustrious career as a Cougar, senior Chanelle Molina has been named the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Monday, Jan. 6, after an astounding two-game performance on the road this past weekend in the Bay Area.

Cougars reflect on an "up and down" season

The Washington State Cougars had opportunities to beat Air Force in the Cheez It Bowl Friday night, but they didn't capitalize on enough red zone chances, and gave up a ton of yards on the ground.  The loss to the Falcons, felt a lot like the entire season for the Cougs.

WSU contacted by HBO for Hard Knocks style show

Washington State University has been contacted by HBO to be featured in a Hard Knocks type show that would air later in the college football season. That's according to a source close to the WSU football program, who made it…

Former Cougars hoping to hear names called in NFL Draft

One former Washington State University football player is almost certain to hear name called in the first round of Thursday's NFL Draft. And before the draft is completed on Saturday, a couple of other Cougars could be drafted as well.…

WSU adds Coach Leach inspired leadership seminar

An extracurricular leadership seminar envisioned by Washington State University Head Football Coach Mike Leach and Spokane County Treasurer Mike Baumgartner is taking shape. Entitled Leadership Lessons in Insurgent Warfare and Football Strategies , the non-credit seminar is being hosted by…

Minshew named Lombardi Award finalist

Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew II was named one of seven finalists for the 2018 Lombardi Award, the Lombardi Honors announced recently. The Lombardi Award is presented annually to a NCAA Division I football player, regardless of position, based on…

Apple Cup Forecast: Wet and windy

The Apple Cup has a long history of less-than-perfect weather, and Friday evening's matchup between the Washington Huskies and WSU Cougars will keep that tradition alive. 

Cougs crack AP Poll Top 10

With a win over Stanford Saturday evening, the Washington State University Cougars have earned a Number 10 spot on the AP Top 25 Poll. The Cougar football team moved up four spots this week. They now sit in between Number 9 UCF and Number 11 Kentucky.