Month: August 2014

Weekend roundup: How Clark County players fared

From a senior quarterback leading Colorado State to victory to a freshman kicker making his debut for Washington State, the opening weekend of college football was busy for Clark County […]

Preview: Portland State at Oregon State

  One year ago, Oregon State opened their season against a Big Sky opponent with a dual-threat quarterback.The Beavers were upset by Eastern Washington. Not many are predicting Oregon State will suffer the […]

Preview: Washington at Hawaii

The Washington Huskies begin the Chris Petersen era with a trip to Hawaii. And while the main purpose is to win Saturday's game against the Warriors, there will be some sightseeing. […]

Preview: South Dakota at Oregon

Let's call this what it is: A glorified scrimmage for the Oregon Ducks. But considering the top-10 clash against Michigan State a week down the road, Saturday's game against South Dakota […]

Preview: Washington State vs. Rutgers

With its its first bowl game since 2003, Washington State made substantial gains during the 2013 season. The quest to continue that momentum begins Thursday in a stadium formerly known as […]

Tag along with Garrett Grayson, Colorado State on “The Grind”

Colorado State is giving its fans an inside look at the the football program in a web series "The Grind." Senior quarterback Garrett Grayson, a Heritage grad, is featured prominently in […]

Camas grad Odin Coe cited as key to Montana State ‘D’

Bobcat Nation recently profiled Montana State's defensive line. It made several mentions of Odin Coe, a junior from Camas. A starting defensive end, Coe missed much of spring ball after ankle […]

Preview: Eastern Washington in national spotlight for opener

The college football season begins Saturday in Cheney, not just for Eastern Washington but the entire nation. ESPN will showcase Eastern's game vs. Sam Houston State in the inaugural FCS Showcase […]

Central Washington, Western Oregon to vie for GNAC crown

Let’s take a look at the region’s lone NCAA Division-II league, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. Five Clark County football players are with Central Washington and four are with Western Oregon […]

Petersen: Defense dominates closed UW scrimmage

A veteran defense had its way in Washington's first scrimmage Monday, which was closed to the media. That's not a surprise, considering UW is trying to replace a senior quarterback and […]

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