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WSU's Rolovich responds to conversation with Woods

Social media was having a hard time keeping up with several reports that Kassidy Woods had been kicked off the football team.  It turns out, Woods opted-out of the season due to a pre-existing medical condition that makes him vulnerable to COVID-19.

WSU Football adds Michael Ghobrial as special teams coordinator

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State head coach Nick Rolovich announced Thursday that Michael Ghobrial has been hired to the Cougar Football coaching staff as the Special Teams Coordinator. “Michael is a high-level motivator, he coaches with great passion for football…

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.

WSU campus mourns the loss of Tyler Hilinski

Members of the Washington State community gathered on campus Wednesday to mourn the loss of 21-year-old Tyler Hilinski, a quarterback on the Cougars football team who took his own life Tuesday.

Michigan State Dominates Cougs in Holiday Bowl

Brian Lewerke threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns, and LJ Scott ran for 110 yards and two scores for No. 18 Michigan State, which took advantage of Luke Falk's absence to rout No. 21 Washington State 42-17 in the Holiday Bowl on Thursday night.

Cougs pull off huge win against No. 5 USC

Luke Falk threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns, Erik Powell kicked a 32-yard field goal with 1:40 left and No. 16 Washington State beat No. 5 Southern California 30-27 on Friday night.

Cougars extend Mike Leach through 2020 season

Washington State University Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday that he and Head Coach Mike Leach have agreed to a provision in Leach's contract to extend the agreement an additional year through the 2020 season.

Cougs make dramatic, overtime Apple Cup win

Kalafitoni Pole intercepted Keith Price on the first possession of overtime and Andrew Furney made the game-winning field goal to give Washington State a 31-28 win over Washington in the Apple Cup on Friday.