PULLMAN — For the dwindling number of Washington State football players old enough to remember the last trip, Saturday’s return to Rice-Eccles Stadium is a reminder of likely the lowest point in their careers.
Welcome to conference football, folks. In a mere four Pac-12 league games in 2014, we’ve had (a) an athletic director jog down from the press box to the sideline to argue officiating; (b) a comeback from a 22-point halftime deficit to win on a Hail Mary; and (c) a sizzling matchup in which a favorite for the first college playoff gets extended by a team that hasn’t had a winning season in 11 years. Whew.
PULLMAN — Despite a Pac-12 opener against the No. 2 team in the country on deck, this week is just like every other week for the Washington State football team, which is focused internally and cares only about the things it can control.
WENATCHEE — Because of the fact that Hunter Durham has a proclivity for mathematics, she’s able to simplify concepts on the volleyball court, and break things down in an orderly fashion that works for her in a way that can help to make her a better player.
WENATCHEE — After watching his team suffer a tough loss Friday in what he definitely thought was a winnable game, Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer coach Peter Osborn was optimistic the Knights could bounce back and pick up three points Saturday.
PULLMAN — Despite an unexpectedly poor start to the 2014 season, the Washington State football team is afflicted with an air of positivity that prevents it from realizing its flaws, according to coach Mike Leach.