> People > Anthony Houston The latest news from Breaking news and expert analysis on college sports, recruiting, fantasy football, NFL, outdoors, military, and more. > People > Anthony Houston en-us Copyright © 2016 and All rights reserved. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information, and is not affiliated with any school, team or league. Tue, 09 Feb 2016 05:56:17 GMT > People > Anthony Houston RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB01) 60 CB Anthony Houston: Achilles injury, typical 3-4 months recovery time Hot News for CB Anthony Houston 2047 Barry Bolton Tue, 29 Jun 2010 17:15:18 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Sears dishes on Cougar safeties, corners IT ALMOST SEEMED at times this spring the Cougs didn't have four starters and four backups in the secondary as much as they had 7-8 quality guys rotating. That might not entirely be the case, said Jody Sears. But WSU, said the co-defensive coordinator, made a pretty good-sized jump in speed and quality of play over the back-forty. And one of those DBs got Sears' vote for the play of the spring. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Tue, 04 May 2010 18:52:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate LeAndre Daniels Scout WULFF: More contact this spring WITH ONLY four players sitting out spring drills due to injury (vs. 24 a year ago), head coach Paul Wulff can do what he wasn't able to the past two spring seasons: Unleash the head crackin'. Simply put, this spring on the Palouse will feature more full-speed contact and collisions because the Cougars are loaded with healthy bodies for the first time in ages. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Thu, 25 Mar 2010 18:50:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Paul Wulff Scout NEW STORY: Lopina to start vs. OSU PULLMAN -- Today's practice session saw Paul Wulff name a starter at quarterback for the penultimate game of the season that's also the home finale. He also increased a player's suspension time and did some shuffling on defense. And another injury is making things complicated. Plus more .... 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Thu, 19 Nov 2009 04:34:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Kevin Lopina Scout Healthy offensive line an unfamiliar sight WSU COACH PAUL Wulff paused for a moment to answer a rhetorical question. It has been so long since the Cougars started their original offensive line that Wulff initially thought it had not occurred since the season opener against Stanford. Seconds later, he remembered the correct answer was Sept. 12 against Hawaii -- one who week later in the second game of the season. 2047 CHRIS CHANCELLOR Thu, 12 Nov 2009 23:44:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Zack Williams Scout CAMP DAY 5: Young Cougs don full pads but.. PULLMAN — Thursday morning saw the first WSU practice in full pads, but coaches nixed all-out tackling in the youth-oriented session to save wear and tear on players. Still, CB Anthony Houston — converted from receiver — drew plenty of whoops and hollers when he lowered his 6-foot-3 frame and put a solid lick on 5-8 running back Carl Winston coming out of the backfield after catching a swing pass. 2047 HOWIE STALWICK Thu, 13 Aug 2009 19:54:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Easton Johnson Scout Charting the Cougar weight, muscle gains THE UPDATED WEIGHTS for the Cougar footballers are in. The numbers, as they were in the spring, remain striking. There are many who have gained 15-20 pounds, and more, since last year. Then there are players who put on the bulk before the spring, then trimmed and repackaged it this summer to add quickness. CF.C charts the progression from fall of '08, to the '09 spring, to today. 2047 the staff of Tue, 11 Aug 2009 15:48:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Joe Eppele Scout Cornerbacks: A CF.C fall camp preview CORNERBACK WILL LOOK different when fall camp opens tomorrow. A part-time starter from ‘08 will be holding down the fort on the right side Sunday, joined by a fourth year junior making his Cougar debut. Two redshirt frosh are looking to challenge and a veteran former WR joins the group. Plus, a pair of true freshmen could fight for starting roles. A comprehensive CF.C positional overview of CB.. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Sat, 08 Aug 2009 14:55:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Brandon Jones Scout Four delay enrollment w/ 15 in, 2 vets depart FIFTEEN OF THE 23-member 2009 Cougar signing class are already on campus, enrolled and participating in the Cougs' voluntary summer workouts. Four others in the class will either delay enrollment and enroll at WSU in January or go the junior college route this fall. Meanwhile, two Cougar veterans are no longer with the team. 2047 the staff of Sun, 12 Jul 2009 08:08:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Getty/Land Scout Coug 'backer may be center stage MYRON BECK WAS a starting safety for the Cougars the first three games. Now, he might be the Cougs' starting weakside linebacker this Saturday. That's not the only potential change in the WSU starting lineup for Portland State, nor even the only one at the linebacker position. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Thu, 18 Sep 2008 22:58:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Myron Beck Scout A skelly border war between Cougs, Vandals PULLMAN -- Thursday's voluntary workout out on the Palouse felt a bit like September. Sure, there were no helmets or pads, no refs or coaches, but there was another team in the house. If you weren't fortunate enough to be in Pullman to witness the Cougs' session first hand, this CF.C exclusive report will make you feel as if you were and had a sideline pass. 2047 LUKE HALLOWELL Fri, 18 Jul 2008 19:28:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate WSU photo Scout Cougs air it out in voluntary workout PULLMAN -- If the Cougars' voluntary summer workouts are any indication, Gary Rogers and Brandon Gibson feel right at home in Wazzu's new no-huddle offense. The duo combined for three touchdowns and a bevy of completions in a spirited skelly session earlier this week out on the Palouse. Meanwhile, a pair of tight ends also had very good receiving days. 2047 LUKE HALLOWELL Thu, 17 Jul 2008 18:52:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Gary Rogers' Diary: Week One PULLMAN -- Hey Coug fans! This is Gary Rogers and I will be doing my best to keep you updated on what the Cougars are doing in Pullman this summer. The second summer session has begun and so our team is back on the Palouse and ready as ever. Some players even stayed for the first session, which began May 5th, right after school got out. 2047 GARY ROGERS Fri, 13 Jun 2008 22:24:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Gary Rogers Scout MORNING SESSION: Cougs back on the move PULLMAN -- Washington State players were back on the move at Tuesday's first practice after a day off on Monday. Coach Bill Doba spoke openly after the session about, among other things, an interesting change of pace. Action on the field included a receiving veteran turning in the catch of the day and one of the starting 'backers crashing the backfield so fast he almost could have taken the snap. 2047 HOWIE STALWICK Wed, 15 Aug 2007 18:50:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Summer workouts: DBs mess with O's timing PULLMAN -- With summer temperatures rising on the Palouse, Cougar cornerbacks and safeties turned up the heat this week in skeleton drills and put a crimp into the timing between quarterbacks and receivers. The offense wasn't to be shut down, however, with two backups lighting it up. 2047 KEVIN DUDLEY Fri, 15 Jun 2007 15:59:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Scrimmage 2: 'Foot' Friday on the Palouse PULLMAN — Forget the 42-yard touchdown run by Kevin McCall. No matter that Gary Rogers fired two TD passes. Or that the defense surrendered nearly 150 fewer yards than it did a week ago. For a crimson nation that's been closing its eyes on field goal attempts since Drew Dunning graduated, Washington State's second scrimmage of the spring season really made for a Good Friday. Make that Foot Friday. 2047 CODY GLAD Sat, 07 Apr 2007 03:01:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout PHOTO ESSAY: Cougs go full pads PULLMAN -- Cougar football players put on the pads Saturday for the first time this spring, triggering the nonstop work of the CF.C camera shutter. Here's an exclusive, 22-shot crimson and gray pictorial, presented in vibrant, living Technicolor ... 2047 KODY WHITEAKER Mon, 26 Mar 2007 23:40:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout PHOTO ESSAY: Spring Ball with the Cougs PULLMAN -- The Palouse is awash in the sights and sounds of spring football. For those who cannot attend the Washington State practice sessions in person, fear not, as we present this exclusive CF.C crimson and gray pictorial in high-res, high-def and spectacular living Technicolor. 2047 KODY WHITEAKER Fri, 23 Mar 2007 20:55:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Is Brandon Gibson the next big thing? SO WHY, WITH Jason Hill off to the NFL -- perhaps as a first-rounder -- does offensive coordinator Mike Levenseller have a gleam in his eye when he talks about Washington State's 2007 cast of receivers? There are three primary reasons. And one of them, Puyallup's Brandon Gibson, is poised to step out of Hill's shadow and into Pac-10 prime time. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Tue, 20 Mar 2007 20:20:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate AP/Barrentine Scout CHAT SUMMARY: Greg Peterson talks recruiting THE CF.C LATE LUNCH chat session on Signing Day went into overtime, with WSU recruiting coordinator Greg Peterson answering questions from CF.C subscribers for over 75 minutes. Which new Cougars have the most potential to be impact players early? What did the parent of a Cougar signee tell a Pac-10 coach trying to get her son to switch his verbal away from Washington State? Plus a whole lot more! 2047 The Staff of Thu, 08 Feb 2007 18:38:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate WSU photo Scout