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Sun, 07 Feb 2016 23:59:02 GMT > People > Chris Prummer RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB02) 60 Apple Cup Notebook PULLMAN -- The Cougars and Huskies may be bitter rivals, but that description certainly does not apply to quarterbacks Jeff Tuel of Washington State and Jake Locker of Washington. 2047 HOWIE STALWICK Tue, 30 Nov 2010 18:07:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Casey Locker Scout 4 Cougar seniors reflect as careers wind down PULLMAN -- All the spring practices, summer practices, fall practices, weight lifting, video sessions, position meetings, road trips, wins and losses -- and yes, there were far too many of the latter – come to a conclusion Saturday for the 20 seniors on the Washington State football team. Few, if any, will ever play football again. 2047 HOWIE STALWICK Mon, 29 Nov 2010 08:16:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Reid Forrest Scout Cougs' Prummer eyeing purple? THE APPLE CUP is played in Pullman this year but one Washington State senior will find himself in rival territory before the game. Indeed, backup Cougar offensive lineman Chris Prummer will be on the Washington campus this week -- at the UW's invitation. 2047 CHRIS CHANCELLOR Mon, 22 Nov 2010 18:01:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Wulff: Cougars need to 'flush' loss IT SEEMS ODD to suggest that a Pac-10 team that has not won a conference game since 2008 could be overconfident. But Washington State coach Paul Wulff suggested during his Sunday teleconference that might have occurred during the Cougars' 42-0 loss Saturday at Arizona State. 2047 CHRIS CHANCELLOR Mon, 01 Nov 2010 01:16:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Paul Wulff Scout Day 13: Evaluating DE/DT/LB position battles PULLMAN -— The Cougars took the practice field Thursday after a three-day absence and didn't lose a step on defense. Indeed, the crimson stop corps continues to impress, and has throughout spring ball. CF.C asked Paul Wulff about position battles at DE, DT and LB and recorded his thoughts. We also added quite a few of our own first-hand impressions ... 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Fri, 23 Apr 2010 03:51:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Brandon Rankin Scout PHOTOS: Brace for impact THERE ARE FOUR more practices left in the Cougars' 2010 spring session -- a good time to take a look at more of the action out on the field. Pointing the CF.C lens at Brandon Rankin, Andre Lintz, Logwone Mitz, Jeff Tuel, Andrew Roxas, Leon Brooks, Travis Long, Sekope Kaufusi, Dan Spitz, Marshall Lobbestael, Sebastian Valenzuela and more.. 2047 STEVEN SQUIRES Fri, 16 Apr 2010 21:40:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Sebastian Valenzuela vs. Brandon Rankin Scout DAY 10: One of those days out on the Palouse PULLMAN—Seems like every team has "one of those days" in spring ball, and this was that day for the Cougs. Taking the field for the first time since a solid Saturday scrimmage, WSU looked to be there from a physical standpoint only. For the first time this spring, Paul Wulff looked truly displeased, though the D did make some huge plays including two by 'backers Hallston Higgins and Darren Markle. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:08:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Hallston Higgins Scout PHOTO ESSAY: Cougs go full pads THE COUGS WERE CRACKING pads and helmets for the first time this spring and the CF.C lens was there. In tight with the action and so close you can feel the collisions and see the spit fly, here's a 16-shot photo safari presented in glorious, living Technicolor. 2047 STEVEN SQUIRES Tue, 30 Mar 2010 04:46:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Cougs tie (again) for most All-Academic picks LAST YEAR, the Cougars under Paul Wulff tied for tops in the Pac-10 with the most honorees named to the Pac-10 Conference All-Academic team. And they did it again this year. 2047 the staff of Thu, 03 Dec 2009 23:34:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Micah Hannam 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 Center: A CF.C fall camp preview AT CENTER FOR Washington State, starter Kenny Alfred has been limited and in pain the last three years -- yet still performed well enough to be named a two-time Rimington Watchlist member. Offseason surgery has corrected the malady, so how good might he be this year? And backing him up, a rising third-year Cougar who resembles a steamroller in cleats, plus a freshman with great lateral movement. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Tue, 04 Aug 2009 18:42:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Kenny Alfred Scout Backup hosses enjoy their PT baptism NICK CANTLON, THE fourth-year Washington State walk-on from Spokane, smiled when asked how it felt to be the wily old veteran of the offensive line in the late going of the Cougars' win last Saturday over San Diego State. Andrew Roxas, a true freshman from Sun Valley, Calif., said his heart just about leapt out of his jersey when assistant coach George Yarno called his name to go on the field. 2047 PAT MITCHELL Wed, 12 Sep 2007 19:07:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Big loss on OL means juggling act for Yarno WSU GUARD Andy Roof has been suspended for the fall semester and football season following a series of legal and personal troubles, and o-line coach George Yarno will be forced to reshuffle his already thin unit. Roof, a fourth-year-junior from Spokane, started five games the last two seasons and was expected to become a key cog this year. What it all means for the line and offense going forward. 2047 J.V. HOLLAND/BARRY BOLTON Thu, 26 Jul 2007 20:40:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout CHAT SUMMARY: George Yarno 'unplugged' GEORGE YARNO covered all bases Thursday in a lunch-time chat session with CF.C regulars. From returning starters Kenny Alfred and Bobby Byrd to rising stars Micah Hannam and Joe Eppele. From a starting five if the season began today to a trio of improving walk-ons, he covered the territory. Among the other topics were the Lesuma brothers, Grady Maxwell's work ethic, and a whole lot more. 2047 The Staff of Fri, 08 Jun 2007 05:50:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate WSU photo Scout Insights galore from Cougs' OL coach WASHINGTON STATE offensive line coach George Yarno says one of his hosses has the potential to be one of the best he's ever coached. In a lunch time chat Thursday with subscribers, Yarno also talked about three walk-ons who are making big-time strides; an incoming freshman who looks ready to play; and more. 2047 The Staff of Fri, 08 Jun 2007 00:34:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout