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  Bryce Beekman, a redshirt senior defensive back on Washington State's football team, died Tuesday in Pullman, Pullman Police Commander Jake Opgenorth confirmed to The Spokesman-Review. According to a daily activity log, Pullman Police responded to a 5:44 p.m. phone call from an apartment Opgenorth would later confirm belonged to Beekman. The call was listed on the activity log as "breathing problems." Beekman was already dead when Pullman Police arrived at the apartment on Northeast Harvey Rd. in Pullman. According to Opgenorth, there were no signs of foul play. - The Spokesman-Review

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2021 FS Bryce BeekmanWashington State
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Dezmon Patmon, WR, Washington State,...Named to Biletnikoff Award Watch List...named to Preseason All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention…appeared in all 13 games, three as a starter…caught 58 passes for 762 yards and eight touchdowns…fourth on team with 58 catches, third on team with 762 rec yards...second on team with eight TD catches...averaged 13.1 yards-per-catch...had 40 catches that resulted in a TD or 1st...third on team with three TD catches of 20+ yards. - Washington State Football

(DS#50 WR) rSr/2020 WR Dezmon PatmonWashington State
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State,...Gordon was named a Davey O'Brien Award Semifinalist (Nation's Top QB) and to the All-Pac-12 Second Team after leading the country in passing yards/g (429.2), 300-yard games (12), 400-yard games (9) and was second in passing TD (48) passing yards (5,579). The redshirt-senior went 493-of-687 for 5,579 yards and 48 touchdowns, setting WSU and Pac-12 single-season records for passing TD, passing yards, total offense (5,559) and completions (493). Gordon was a three-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (New Mexico State, at Houston, Stanford), recorded three of the top four single-game passing performances in the country in 2019 (1st - 606 vs. Oregon State, 2nd - 570 vs UCLA, 4th - 520 vs. Stanford) and led the country with 222 completions of 10+ yards while 16 of passing touchdowns went for 20+ yards. - Washington State Football

(DS#11 QB) rSr/2020 QB Anthony GordonWashington State
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  Washington State hired Jake Dickert as its defensive coordinator on Tuesday. Dickert is the first major hire for new Washington State coach Nick Rolovich. Dickert spent the past three seasons as a defensive coach at Wyoming, including last season as the defensive coordinator for the Cowboys. "I am so pumped about this hire. I've been following Jake and his coaching career for a long time. We have competed against him the past couple years and his defenses play tough, they play physical and they play as one," Rolovich said. “Jake came highly recommended from a number of coaches around the country and he has been very successful in recruiting and developing players from this area of the country." Under Dickert last season, the Cowboys ranked 11th in the country in scoring defense, giving up 17.8 points per game. Before joining the staff at Wyoming, Dickert made several coaching stops at the FCS and Division II levels including North Dakota State, South Dakota State, Minnesota State-Mankato, Augustana, South Dakota and Southeast Missouri State. - AP College Football

(DS#27 OLB) rSr/2021 OLB Jahad WoodsWashington State
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  Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon led the North to three touchdowns in the third quarter in a 31-17 victory over the South in the Senior Bowl on Saturday. The Cougars' prolific passer entered the all-star game for senior NFL prospects after halftime and twice took the North downfield. He was sporting the No. 3 jersey in honor of late Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski. Gordon, who finished second nationally in passing yards and touchdowns, completed 8 of 12 passes for 69 yards and two short touchdowns. That included a 2-yard touchdown pass to Notre Dame's Chase Claypool for a second straight big third-down completion. An off-balance Gordon then hit Liberty's Antonio Gandy-Golden late in the third for a 5-yard TD. It was set up with an interception by Troy Pride Jr. of Notre Dame.

The game's most highly touted passer, Justin Herbert of Oregon, shined for the South. The likely first-round pick was 9- of 12 for 83 yards and a touchdown, all in the first quarter, and added a 19-yard run. Michigan's Shea Patterson delivered the game's biggest offensive play and passed for 131 yards. He opened the second quarter with a 75-yard touchdown pass on his first play. TCU running back Darius Anderson was wide open on a wheel route and sprinted down the left sideline. Anderson had just 128 yards receiving last season, but had 87 in this one to go with 43 rushing yards. The North's Joshua Kelley of UCLA had a game-high 105 yards on 15 rushes. The game featured two-minute drives to end each quarter. - AP College Football


(DS#11 QB) rSr/2020 QB Anthony GordonWashington State
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  Washington State's Gordon was offered his No. 18 for the Senior Bowl. Instead, he requested jersey No. 3, a number worn by former Cougars quarterback Tyler Hilinski, who took his own life on Jan. 16, 2018. "The Hilinskis, God bless them, they allowed me to wear it and I'm honored to wear it," Gordon said. Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy said early this week that the family would attend the game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. - AP College Football

(DS#11 QB) rSr/2020 QB Anthony GordonWashington State
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  01/14/20 - Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-09, 195 (DS#9 RB) + More +

  Nick Rolovich has left behind the beaches of Oahu for the wheat fields of the Palouse and the chance to see if his pass-happy, high-scoring style can work at Washington State. Rolovich was hired by Washington State on Tuesday, completing a whirlwind week for the Cougars that saw Mike Leach depart for Mississippi State after eight seasons. It didn't take long for the Cougars to settle on Rolovich as Leach's replacement, giving the 40-year-old a chance to lead a Power Five program. "Nick Rolovich is a genuine person, a program builder, an innovator and the exact fit to lead Cougar football," Washington State athletic director Pat Chun said in a statement. "Coach Rolovich is committed to academic achievement and developing every aspect of our student-athletes. He has a vision of taking Cougar football on a path to win championships."

Rolovich agreed to a five-year contract that is expected to pay about $3 million per season. He will be introduced at a news conference on Thursday. Rolovich has been in charge at Hawaii for the past four seasons and led the Rainbow Warriors to the Mountain West Conference West Division title this season. Hawaii went 10-5 overall, losing to Boise State in the MWC title game but rebounding to beat BYU in the Hawaii Bowl. - AP College Football


(DS#9 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): WR Easop Winston, Sr.,...Winston Jr. earns his first career All-Pac-12 honor after a breakout redshirt-senior season. The San Francisco native was fourth in the league with 80 receptions, third in the Pac-12 with a team-high 11 touchdown catches, seventh-most in WSU single-season history. Winston Jr. also owns 927 receiving yards, five 100-yard efforts and leads the Cougars with 13 catches of 20+ yards. Winston Jr. tied a WSU single-game record with four touchdown catches against UCLA and later made 14 catches at Arizona State, tied for the second-most in WSU single-game history. - Washington State Football

(DS#67 WR) rSr/2020 WR Easop Winston Jr.Washington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Anthony Gordon, Sr., Washington State,...Gordon caps a record-setting regular season by earning his first career all-conference accolade. He set WSU and Pac-12 single-season records with 5,228 passing yards and 45 touchdowns and leads the country in passing yards, passing yards/g (435.7), total offense/g (435.0), 300-yard games (11) and 400-yard efforts (9). The Pacifica, Calif. native was a three-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week Award winner (New Mexico State, at Houston, Stanford). - Washington State Football

(DS#11 QB) rSr/2020 QB Anthony GordonWashington State
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  12/12/19 - Blake MazzarJr/2022, Washington State, 5-09, 175 (DS#2 K) + More +

  2019 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): PK Blake Mazza, So., Washington State,...Mazza earns his first career All-Pac-12 accolade after a record setting redshirt-sophomore campaign, becoming the first Cougar kicker to earn first-team honors since Drew Dunning in 2003. The Lou Groza Award finalist, who was named the Midseason All-America Second Team by The Athletic, finished the regular season tied for the sixth-most points (112) by a kicker in the country and most in the Pac-12.

Mazza was No. 15 in the country with 52 PAT and tied for No. 10 in the country with a Pac-12-leading 20 made field goals. Mazza went 20-for-21 on field goal attempts after making his first 18 attempts of the season, the longest consecutive made field goal streak in program history. The Plano, Texas native owns a pair of 50-yard field goals (50 against New Mexico State, career-long 51-yarder at Utah), tied for sixth-most 50-yard kicks in the country. - Washington State Football


(DS#2 K) rJr/2022 K Blake MazzaWashington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): LB Jahad Woods, RJr.,...Woods earns his second All-Pac-12 honor after receiving honorable mention accolades last season. He finished the regular season ninth in the country and second in the Pac-12 with 121 tackles, most by a Cougar since 1996. The San Diego native led the team with 10 tackles-for-loss, recorded three sacks and forced two fumbles while posting team-highs in tackles 10 times, including the final nine games. Woods recorded eight games with 10+ tackles. - Washington State Football

(DS#27 OLB) rSr/2021 OLB Jahad WoodsWashington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL Josh Watson, RJr.,...Watson earns his first career All-Pac-12 honor after starting all 12 games at right guard and earned the seventh-best offensive guard overall rating in the Pac-12. The redshirt-junior from Everett, Wash. earned the WSU Bone Award given to the offensive lineman of the week following the win over Houston and helped protect for the nation's top passing offense. - Washington State Football

(DS#50 OG) rSr/2021 OG Josh WatsonWashington State
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  12/12/19 - Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-09, 195 (DS#9 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB Max Borghi, So.,...Borghi earns his second career All-Pac-12 accolade after being named Freshman of the Year honorable mention last season. The sophomore finished the regular season second in the Pac-12 with 15 total touchdowns, third with 11 rushing touchdowns, fifth in all-purpose yards (114.8) and led all Pac-12 backs averaging 6.5 yards-per-carry. Borghi led all running backs nationally with 81 receptions and was the only player to record 750+ rush yards, 550+ receiving yards and 15 total touchdowns. The Arvada, Colo. native tallied four 100-yards rushing games and went over 100 all-purpose yards eight times. - Washington State Football

(DS#9 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): AP/ST Travion Brown, Fr., Washington State,...Brown picks up his first career All-Pac-12 accolade, earning the honor after finishing the regular season tied for second on the team with four special teams' tackles. Throughout the season, the true freshman from Moreno Valley, Calif earned the WSU weekly team awards for Tough Guy Award (New Mexico State), Defensive Player of the Week (Northern Colorado), Special Teams Player of the Week (Colorado) and started the final four games at NICKEL. - Washington State Football

(DS#999 OLB) So/2023 OLB Travion BrownWashington State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Abe Lucas, So., Washington State,...Lucas earns his second career All-Pac-12 accolade after earning second-team honors last season as a redshirt-freshman. The Woodinville, Wash. native started all 12 games at right tackle and finished the regular season ranked as the best pass-blocking offensive tackle in the country by ProFootballFocus College. Lucas was named the Pac-12 Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week following the win over Oregon State and finished the regular season ranked the fifth-best overall offensive tackle in the country. - Washington State Football

(DS#6 OT) rJr/2022 OT Abraham LucasWashington State
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