WSU vs. Colorado: Cougars With New Starting Center & Defensive End On Depth Chart

The Washington State Cougars face the Colorado Buffaloes bereft of their starting quarterback, their starting center, and one of their defensive ends.

Two teams that are uncertain of their Pac-12 identities will be tackling with each other on Saturday in Boulder. The Washington St. Cougars will play the Colorado Buffaloes in a contest that could determine how far each team can get to bowl eligibility this season.

The new WSU depth chart reveals that the Cougars will have to deal with changes beyond the absence of Jeff Tuel. Go here to download the PDF; here are the most significant changes in bullet points.

  • Adam Coerper is injured with a sprained MCL and is out for several weeks. Lenard Williams is now starting at left defensive end.
  • Matt Goetz is starting at center. Goetz is a JC transfer who was originally dismissed from Texas Tech, but the ankle injury to Andrew Roxas has allowed him to climb up to play with the ones. 
  • Logwone Mitz has been demoted to third-string running back behind Ricky Galvin and Carl Winston. Mitz's carries have been decreasing steadily game-by-game, so it's unlikely he's going to be

For more on Washington State football, check out CougCenter. For more on Colorado football, check out Ralphie Report.

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