Washington State Rumors & News

  • Washington State dismisses top receiver Tavares Martin

    The Spokesman Review "It appears the Washington State football program will be moving forward without both of its starting outside receivers from Belle Glade, Florida. Tavares Martin Jr., a second team Associated Press All-Pac-12 selection who led the Cougars in every receiving category, has been dismissed from WSU..." December 10

  • Washington State's Johnson-Mack says Mike Leach denied release

    Fanrag Sports "Washington State’s Isaiah Johnson-Mack announced his decision to transfer earlier this week, citing a desire to be closer to home. Cougars coach Mike Leach, though, is apparently intent on making that process as difficult as possible for his star receiver. Johnson-Mack posted a note on Twitter..." December 02

  • Mike Leach meets with Vols about coaching vacancy; no deal immine

    ESPN "Washington State football coach Mike Leach has met with Tennessee regarding the school's head-coaching vacancy, a source confirmed to ESPN's Edward Aschoff. The meeting took place with Tennessee athletic director John Currie in Los Angeles on Thursday, a source told The Associated Press. The..." December 01

  • Washington State QB Luke Falk breaks Pac 12 all-time passing yards record

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Washington State quarterback Luke Falk broke the Pac 12's all-time passing yardage record Saturday against Stanford. Falk threw for 173 yards in the first half, surpassing Sean Mannion's former record of 13,600 yards. The top four passers in Pac 12 history have all played since 2009." November 04

  • WSU Police Request Felony Charge for USC's Liam Jimmons' Hit on Fan

    Bleacher Report "Washington State University police requested Thursday that USC defensive lineman Liam Jimmons be charged with felony second-degree assault stemming from a September tackle on a fan. According to Elena Gardner of KXLY, cellphone camera video showed a player believed to be Jimmons laying out a..." November 03

  • Washington State fined $25,000 by Pac-12 after fans rushed following USC win

    USA Today "Washington State fans' excitement that led to storming the field after the Cougars beat then-No. 5 Southern California on Friday, has caused the school to be fined. The Pac-12 will fine Washington State $25,000, the conference confirmed. The conference enacted a policy earlier this summer,..." October 03