WSU Vs. Idaho State: News, Notes, Injury Reports And More

The Washington State Cougars depth chart revealed no significant changes. Jeff Tuel will start at quarterback, Logwone Mitz at running back, and Marquess Wilson will be the feature wide receiver.

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WSU Vs. Idaho State Score Update: Cougars Lead 54-7 In Third Quarter

The Washington State Cougars are pouring it on against the Idaho State Bengals, leading 47-7 halfway into the third quarter. The Cougars have scored no less than 17 points in each of the first two quarters (23 in the first, 17 in the second) and may be on track to put up another 17 points in the third.

The Huskies have amassed 453 total yards with more than 25 minutes of playing time left in the game. Quarterback Marshall Lobbestael has completed 14 of 19 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns. Leading receiver Marquees Wilson has 91 receiving yards and one touchdown on four receptions, including a 61-yard touchdown strike as the final seconds of the second quarter winded down to halftime. Leading rusher Rickey Galvin has 64 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries, while fellow running back Logwone Mitz has 58 yards and one touchdown on eight rushes.

The Cougars defense has limited the Bengals to just 175 yards and nine first downs (compared to 24 first downs for the Cougars). More impressive still is that Cougars have held the Bengals to just five total rushing yards for the entire game. The Bengals have had 16 rushing attempts, but the Cougars defense has been incredibly tough against the run and is holding the Bengals to less than 0.5 yards per carry.

Can the Cougars crack the 70-point mark by the end of the game? We'll find out shortly. 

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Jeff Tuel Injury: WSU Quarterback Leaves Game With Broken Collarbone

Jeff Tuel was diagnosed with a broken clavicle, sustained in his first series of the year for WSU.

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WSU Vs. Idaho State: Start Time, Online Stream Information And More

The Washington State Cougars begin a 2011 season filled with hope on Saturday, easing into the schedule with Idaho State in Pullman. The Cougars have been bad, to put it kindly, over the last two seasons, but hope springs eternal in Pullman. And rightfully so. With a young and talented nucleus, led by quarterback Jeff Tuel, Washington State fans have reason to be optimistic. And Saturday should, in theory, serve as a way to pick up a win while gaining confidence.

To get you set for the game, here's all the information you need.

Start time: Washington State takes the field at 2 p.m.

TV information: Good luck finding this one on TV.

Online stream: However, the Washington State Cougars will provide an online stream of the game. It comes at a price, but if you're itching to see WSU, you can do so at Cougars All Access. More information, and a promo code, can be found here.

Radio broadcast: However, in the absence of a television broadcast, you will be able to find the game on the radio, where 770 AM will have the call in the Seattle area.. Jim Walden is out this week, missing the game to attend a Hall of Fame induction. Bob Robertson will be joined by Bud Namek in the booth and Ian Furness on the sidelines.

Previews, previews and more previews: A preview of the Cougars' season, done by a Washington Huskies' fan, can be found here. All the weeks

Predictions: We gathered up quite a few predictions and tossed them all into one handy place. The Cougars are, shockingly, favored this week against Idaho State. The game-week notes can be found here.

For more on this game, head over to CougCenter. Be sure to stay with this StoryStream for updates as more becomes available.

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Predicting Washington Vs. Eastern Washington And Washington St. Vs. Idaho St.

SB Nation Seattle and other local Seattle bloggers predict the score of the football openers of University of Washington and Washington St.

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WSU vs. Idaho State: Paul Wulff Discusses Defensive Improvement & Struggles

The Washington St. Cougars didn't have a particularly good defense in 2010. Or 2009, or 2008. Oh, there were moments were they looked like they could do something, but then you woke up.

Washington State head coach Paul Wulff seems a little bit more confident that the Cougars will be better this season. Vince Grippi recaps his presser.

  • Damante Horton is looking a solid number one corner for the Cougars, and has been consistent throughout the fall practices. His tackling ability could come in handy when the front seven hiccups, which it most definitely will do from time to time.
  • Daniel Simmons is not as consistent. Expect offenses to pick on him a lot on the other side of the field opposite from Horton. Nolan Washington is not healthy but is probable for Saturday; if he's on the field, expect them to throw to him, run at him, do everything unkosher.
  • Adam Coerper is physical but inconsistent. Travis Long is definitely consistent, but he's also struggling with a knee sprain and might not be ready for Saturday.
  • Wulff really likes his linebackers. C.J. Mizell is the best player on the defensive unit, and both Darryl Monroe and Chester Su'a should provide much needed depth behind Sekope Kaufusi and Alex Hoffman-Ellis. Then again, the corps has been pretty horrid the past few years, so if they play even semi-average, it's a step up from where the Cougars second-level defense used to be.

All in all, the Washington State outlook appears better than it ever has been. But there is still a lot of work to get the Cougars to where they want to be as ad efense.

For more on the Cougars, check out CougCenter.

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Washington State Depth Chart: No Surprises For Cougars

The Washington State Cougars depth chart revealed no significant changes. Jeff Tuel will start at quarterback, Logwone Mitz at running back, and Marquess Wilson will be the feature wide receiver.

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