Washington St's Leach Has No Plans to Follow AD to NebraskaMike Leach said Monday he was as surprised as anyone when he learned athletic director Bill Moos had taken a new job at Nebraska, but that he has no plans to follow Moos.
Historically Bad Weekend for Dawgs, CougsThe time between kickoff of the Washington State/Cal game on Friday night and the conclusion of the Washington/Arizona State game on Saturday night was, without question, the worst just over a day in the combined history of the Evergreen State’s two Division One college football programs.
Washington State Will Begin Nationwide Search For New ADWashington State University will immediately launch a national search to replace athletic director Bill Moos.
Nebraska Picks Washington State AD To Head Athletics ProgramNebraska announced Bill Moos' hiring four weeks after the firing of Shawn Eichorst.
Flip Out: Bowers' TD Leap Leads Cal Past No. 8 Wash. St 37-3
Washington State Looks To Extend Unbeaten Start Vs. CalThe Cougars hold their highest ranking since being eighth heading into the 2003 Apple Cup.
Look At Him Now: Washington St's Star QB Began As A Walk-OnIn 2013 Luke Falk walked onto the field with the same opportunities as those on scholarship, with a lot more to prove.
Defense Is Showing Its Worth For No. 11 Washington StateWashington State football continues undefeated season after winning against USC.
LB Peyton Pelluer Of No. 18 Washington State Out For SeasonWSU Linebacker Peyton Pelluer broke his foot in Saturday's victory over Oregon State and is done for the season.
Falk Lifts No. 24 Washington St. Over Montana St. 31-0Luke Falk threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns, setting the school career touchdowns passing record, as Washington State beat Montana State 31-0 in the season opener for both teams on Saturday night.
Washington State Gets Help at Receiver, Running BackWith star quarterback Luke Falk choosing to return for his senior season, Washington State went in search of wide receivers, a running back and offensive linemen Wednesday on national letter of intent day.
Former WSU Lineman Enters College Football Hall of Fame With No RegretsA football injury 25 years ago left Mike Utley paralyzed. The former Washington State and Detroit Lions offensive lineman played before concussion protocol, targeting fouls and rule tweaks intended to make a violent game safer.

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