Tag Archives: Washington State Football
The TEN: 5/25/2020
(“The TEN” is not a tp ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
Former Burbank Star Williams Signs with Kansas City
By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Former Burbank star running back James “Boobie” Williams was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent. Williams played at Washington State after graduating from Burbank and then declared for the NFL draft after his junior year last season.
Calvin Reverses Field; It’s Washington State
By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – Cathedral receiver Jamire Calvin, who posted on Twitter last week that he had committed to Nebraska, reversed his field and signed with Washington State Wednesday.
Gophers Hold off Cougars in Holiday
By Tim Peterson (San Diego)- Rodney Smith scored on a nine-yard run with 2:06 left in the contest to ice a 17-12 win for Minnesota over Washington State in the 39th annual Holiday Bowl before 48,704 at Quallcomm Stadium Tuesday night.
Offers Rolling in for La Mirada’s Hicks
By Tim Peterson (La Mirada) – For La Mirada CB/WR Elijah Hicks it’s been a busy off season. He not only has to concern himself with work in the classroom and physical training but he has to keep track of all the college offers that he is receiving as well.
West Covina’s Love Commits to Washington State
By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – West Covina RB/WR/DB Isaiah Love has committed to Washington State Bulldog HC Mike Maggiore confirmed Monday.
The TEN: 12/17/2014
(The TEN is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in (The TEN)
Mid Valley Spotlight: Norwalk’s Dillon Faamatau
Dillon Faamatau: Norwalk, (TE/DE) 6-4 280 2013 Stats Recieving: 5-177-1 TD Defense: 33 tackles, 17 assisted, 49 total and one interception
Washington State Jumps In, Offers Williams
(Burbank) – Burbank’s James Williams has received his third PAC 12 offer in the last week. Washington State jumped in the fray Monday offering the running back a scholarship.
The TEN: 10/11/2012
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)