Washington State Rumors & News

  • Washington State Football Player Tasered By Police After Trying to Buy a Lighter With Fake Money

    The Spokesman Review "Pullman police used a neck hold and a Taser to subdue a former Washington State University football player after he allegedly tried to spend counterfeit cash at a liquor store and became confrontational with employees and bystanders. Treshon Broughton, a WSU senior who finished his Cougar..." April 06

  • WSU LB Logan Tago accepts plea bargain from last summer’s alleged ‘beer stealing’ incident

    Seattle Times "After being charged with second degree felony robbery and fourth degree misdemeanor assault for an alleged incident that occurred June 4, Washington State linebacker Logan Tago has accepted a plea bargain for third-degree assault, his attorney, Steve Martonick, said Friday. Martonick said a..." January 29

  • WSU LB Logan Tago accepts plea bargain from last summer’s alleged ‘beer stealing’ incident

    Seattle Times "After being charged with second degree felony robbery and fourth degree misdemeanor assault for an alleged incident that occurred June 4, Washington State linebacker Logan Tago has accepted a plea bargain for third-degree assault, his attorney, Steve Martonick, said Friday. Martonick said a..." January 28

  • Minnesota stymies Washington State in Holiday Bowl

    The Sports Xchange "SAN DIEGO -- The Minnesota Golden Gophers, true to their mascot, stayed low in beating the Washington State, 17-12, at the Holiday Bowl on Tuesday night. The result was the grounding of the Cougars high-octane offense. The Gophers (9-4) snapped a two-game losing streak with a steady..." December 28

  • WSU QB Luke Falk will return for his senior season, says Mike Leach

    Seattle Times "Washington State quarterback Luke Falk will return for his senior season instead of leaving school early for the NFL, Cougars head coach Mike Leach said Monday morning at a news conference before the Holiday Bowl. A reporter questioned whether Tuesday’s bowl game against Minnesota would be..." December 26

  • Riley Sorenson Is Winning at Life, Even After Losing Those Closest to Him

    Bleacher Report "There is a room in Riley Sorenson's ramshackle off-campus house that is just large enough to fit one person. A sprawling recliner, an oversized television, a video game system and a wall of shelves stacked with sneakers—not much else can be shoehorned in here other than a single solitary soul,..." December 21

  • Washington crushes Washington State, reaches Pac-12 title game

    The Sports Xchange "A record-tying first quarter scoring burst pushed No. 5 Washington one step closer to a berth in the college football playoff. Quarterback Jake Browning had 202 of his 292 passing yards and all three of his touchdowns in a 28-point first quarter, and the Huskies rolled to a berth in the..." November 25

  • Liufau carries No. 10 Colorado past No. 22 Washington State

    The Sports Xchange "BOULDER, Colo. -- When Sefo Liufau went down with a broken foot last season, he didn't know if he would play against for Colorado. Not only did he come back, he's got the No. 10 Buffaloes on the brink of the Pac-12 title game. Liufau ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns and also..." November 19

  • WSU DL Robert Barber granted a stay of suspension; allowed to return to school and football

    Seattle Times "Washington State defensive lineman Robert Barber has been granted a stay of his suspension and allowed to return to the classroom and football field as the Whitman County Superior Court fully reviews his petition against Washington State, Whitman County Judge David Frazier announced Wednesday..." November 17

  • WSU loses senior WR River Cracraft for the season to a torn ACL

    Seattle Times "On the same night that Washington State’s River Cracraft matched his career-high with three touchdown receptions against Cal, he also, apparently ended his WSU football career. As Cracraft limped off to the locker room Saturday night, he stopped right before he entered the tunnel, turned..." November 14

  • Falk throws 5 TD passes in Washington State victory

    The Sports Xchange "Luke Falk threw five touchdown passes -- three in the third quarter -- as Washington State rallied for a 35-31 victory over Oregon State on Saturday night in Corvallis, Ore. The Cougars twice took the lead from the Beavers in the second half, the final time on Falk's 1-yard touchdown pass to..." October 30

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