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PULLMAN – After wrapping up Day One of spring camp, Washington State coach Jake Dickert acknowledged new challenges while outlining his goals for the next month.
PULLMAN – When spring football camp kicks off for Washington State, there will be plenty of storylines to track.
PULLMAN – Jack Wilson, a two-sport athlete this season at Washington State, announced Wednesday that he has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
Two months after joining Washington State’s football team, Isaiah Paul is heading back to the portal.
Former Washington State linebacker Daiyan Henley showed off his speed and agility earlier this week at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, clocking an impressive time in the 40-yard dash and posting upper-tier marks in other drills.
During his four seasons at Washington State, Max Borghi played under three head coaches: Mike Leach, Nick Rolovich and Jake Dickert, and the hard-nosed running back learned much from all three.
If there’s no deal in March, the “noise” will get louder.
PULLMAN – Last month, Washington State’s football team focused its recruiting efforts on three position groups and made good use of the NCAA’s transfer portal in addressing its needs.
PULLMAN – Washington State’s football program brought in 22 new players during the NCAA’s early signing period in December. The Cougars signed seven additions from the transfer portal last month.
After years of Mike Utley being “fairly independent,” a recent round of surgeries “has really restricted him,” Danielle said. “(But) he’s like, ‘Okay, here we go again’ and he’s off doing what he has to do to be better tomorrow than he is today. Mentally, that’s how he’s geared.”
Four players from area schools will take the brightest stage in football in less than two weeks, three from Washington State and one from Idaho.
PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Jake Dickert agreed to a one-year contract extension that will keep him in Pullman through the 2027 season, the school announced Wednesday.