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Richardson is a better option than Harvin

Curtis Calhoun | Evergreen columnist

October 23, 2014

After trading away wide receiver Percy Harvin, the Seattle Seahawks’ philosophy of “next man up” is more prominent than ever before.For Seattle, that man is rookie wide receiver Paul Richardson, who will end up being a better and more explosive wide receiver option than Harvin ever hoped to be....

Seahawks will benefit from trading Percy Harvin to Jets

Alex Clark | Evergreen columnist

October 22, 2014

While Seahawks Wide Receiver Percy Harvin will be running the Jet Sweep play with the New York Jets, the loss of the explosive receiver does not spell doom for the Seahawks. It actually opens up many different options for the Seahawks down the road.On Friday, Oct. 17, the Seahawks confirmed they had traded...

Comeback Cougs; Men’s golf finishes strong during final round

Comeback Cougs; Men’s golf finishes strong during final round

From staff reports

October 22, 2014

The Washington State Cougars men’s golf team secured their third top-five finish of the season Tuesday, finishing third at the Bill Cullum Invitational in Simi Valley, California.The Cougs were able to climb four spots in the final round to finish 3-under as a team. For most of the season, the tea...

Canada quits the football team

From staff reports

October 22, 2014

 Redshirt freshman running back Squally Canada has left the program, according to two independent sources who informed cougfan.com.The sources were unaware as to why Canada quit the team, but he is expected to remain enrolled at WSU and finish out the semester. Canada wasn’t present at practice on Sa...

WSU football team is feeling refreshed after the bye week

Chet Broberg | Evergreen football reporter

October 21, 2014

The WSU football team got a much needed rest last week. The Cougars are coming off their first bye week of the season, after seven consecutive games.Head Coach Mike Leach had his press conference yesterday and was joined by redshirt freshman running back Jamal Morrow, redshirt freshman right tackle Co...

‘No excuses’

‘No excuses’

From staff reports

October 21, 2014

The 2014 Dad’s Weekend football game against Arizona will take place this Saturday, and there is still a chance the Cougars can reach a bowl game.The Cougar football team may be No. 6 in the North Division, but WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos and WSU Cougar Athletic Fund (CAF) Assistant Director of Dev...

Miller makes a difference for Hawks

William Cheshier | Evergreen columnist

October 21, 2014

Don’t let the statistics of an NFL player measure his impact on the field.Just ask the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks are coming off a year in which they won the Super Bowl and have Seattle riding high because of it. However, one player whose impact is felt on a much deeper level than his statisti...

Cougar women win Pre-nationals

From staff reports

October 20, 2014

The Washington State University women’s cross country team took home the winning title at the Indiana State Pre-Nationals Invitational on Saturday in Terre Haute, Indiana.The Cougars’ standout senior Abby Regan finished second in the women’s race, completing the 6-kilometer course in 21:31.3. ...

Tough digging in the desert; Cougar volleyball can’t win in Arizona

From staff reports

October 20, 2014

A fight until the bitter end finished with another narrow defeat against a ranked team for the Cougars.Washington State Volleyball (9-11, 0-8) traveled to Arizona over the weekend and faced No. 16 Arizona on Friday and No. 17 Arizona State on Sunday, but lost both matches.“There was really scrappy ...

Golf tees it up at Bill Cullum Invitational

From staff reports

October 20, 2014

For the third time this year, the Washington State Cougar men’s golf team will take their talents to California — this time to participate in the Bill Cullum Invitational in Simi Valley.The tournament will consist of 54 holes played at the par-72, 6,819-yard Wood Ranch Golf Club. Action starts Mo...

Golden goal; Soccer gets first home-conference win

Golden goal; Soccer gets first home-conference win

From staff reports

October 20, 2014

On a warm October afternoon, the Cougars continued to struggle finishing chances, but finally found a way to land a game-winning goal in double overtime.Washington State women’s soccer (8-2-3, 3-2-1) came into Sunday’s contest looking for its first home win of the Pac-12 season, and did just that a...

Running to the postseason

Running to the postseason

Nate Asbury | Evergreen cross country reporter

October 17, 2014

The Washington State cross country team will split its ranks on Friday and head to both the ISU Pre-Nationals Invitational in Terre Haute, Indiana and the Inland Empire Challenge meet in Lewiston, Idaho.A select group of men’s and women’s runners will run at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross C...

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