Kristoff Williams suffered a concussion early this season that caused him to retire from football. A report last week said Williams was told by WSU coach Mike Leach he couldn’t participate in senior-night activities. Now Leach says he can.
It's that time of year again, folks. The beloved Apple Cup. A time where Washington is divided between crimson and purple in the state's longest-standing rivalry. It's also a time Coug and Husky fans alike get to dust off old jokes, jabs and one-liners at their respective in-state foes.
On a long walk from the playing field to the Washington State locker room at Arizona State, WSU quarterback Luke Falk gripped the front of his shoulder pads and seemed lost in thought as he strode alone. Some teammates offered encouragement as they walked by.
Kent, 59, was hired in the spring by Washington State after coaching Oregon from 1997 to 2010. He will implement his running game into a WSU program that labored near the bottom of the Pac-12 the last few seasons.