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Game Videos: Oregon State

SEATTLE - Dawgman.com spoke post-game with Andrew Hudson, Darrell Daniels, Lavon Coleman, John Timu, Hauoli Kikaha, Jaydon Mickens, Travis Feeney, and Chris Petersen, after the Washington Huskies defeated the Oregon State Beavers 37-13 in front of an announced attendance of 65036 Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

The Freshman Fifteen – Micah Kapoi

The Freshman Fifteen – Micah Kapoi

The 2014 commit who had to travel the furthest to get to Wisconsin, Micah Kapoi is adjusting to more than just football in his first season at Wisconsin. Badger Nation gets to know the freshman offensive lineman a little better in the return of our popular feature.

Bucs To Look for Proven Offensive Coordinator

Bucs To Look for Proven Offensive Coordinator

The Bucs offense under Lovie Smith has not been what most expected since Jeff Tedford's abrupt departure. Interim offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo has been put into a tough spot, but it appears the Bucs will look to bring in yet another offensive coordinator this off-season.

McGuire: TNF gives Cougar youth 5-6 games

McGuire: TNF gives Cougar youth 5-6 games

SPOKANE – You hear coaches talk all the time about how “excited” they are about a certain player, position unit or their team. Well, Cougar offensive line coach Clay McGuire is excited about the future of Washington State football. But unlike most coaches he had more than just his words to explain why – he also brought video with him.

Scout Top 50 HSFB Rankings - Week 13

Scout Top 50 HSFB Rankings - Week 13

There were plent of blowouts as the playoffs kicked off around most of the country, but this week there are some intriguing matchups involving teams in the Top 50 High School Football poll.

RT Seydel to start again in place of Madison

RT Seydel to start again in place of Madison

PULLMAN— For the third consecutive game, Jacob Seydel is expected to get the start at right tackle in place of Cole Madison, Mike Leach said on Monday.

Indoor practice warms up young Cougar D

Indoor practice warms up young Cougar D

PULLMAN — It’s not Thursday and it wasn’t held at night, but the Cougars still ran through another session of "Thursday Night Football" at the end of their Saturday practice. The Cougs moved indoors for an early morning session to get in some prep for Arizona State followed by a scrimmage featuring the younger players in the program.

WSU women use defense to defeat No. 22 Dayton

WSU women use defense to defeat No. 22 Dayton

PULLMAN — June Daugherty may have to pinch herself. On a night when Washington State's women's basketball team shot barely more than 31 percent and was out-rebounded 56-47, the Cougars still won going away, defeating No. 22 Dayton 76-60 in the season opener Friday in Beasley Coliseum. And the peg around which the victory was built was an elusive one: defense.

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West Recruiting Notebook

A look at the latest news and notes from out West in this week's notebook...

WSU Practice: Individual play highlights TNF

WSU Practice: Individual play highlights TNF

PULLMAN — The Cougars began their first practice of the bye week on Thursday bundled up in sweats and beanies. After all, it was a balmy 30 degrees when the team started their afternoon work on the field. Eventually, the young players donned helmets and pads while the regular players stayed warm and cozy to watch Thursday Night Football.