If you happen to accidentally amputate your index finger in a canned beer accident - a phenomenon that is relatively common in Pullman - your doctor will likely use leeches to repair the damage. This Leach benefits mankind in several ways: But this Leach, ladies and gentlemen, is in danger. The simple truth of the matter is that society will see the disappearance of this species of Leach if something is not done immediately. Though WSU would make a game of it, they would ultimately fall in their "home" game against the Big 10 foe.
If you accidentally lose a toe because you initially liked the way that the goat's nibbling felt - also, remarkably, a common problem in Pullman - leeches may well be used again. Leeches are in no way an endangered species and they have the potential to benefit mankind for a very long time. A road trip to Nevada in Week 2 turned into another loss and, before Cuog fans could shotgun a Natty Light, bowl hopes for WSU football were out the window. The Cougs got decimated by injuries - including a gruesome leg injury to starting QB Connor Halliday. They couldn't establish their running backs in either the rushing or passing attacks.
Welcome, By-Godders, to the Shotgun/Throwdown, WVU's best place for sports links, information, sophomoric humor and daily distractions.We're being brought to you today by Carlsberg beer, in honor of today's Miss Throwdown. 30 - WV Metro News Kansas interim coach Clint Bowen addresss the media on his recent promotion after the university deciding to fire Charlie Weis this weekend.But a look at Wazzu last year reveals a team that hired a high profile coach who installed the Air-Raid, a player who left the team after having trouble adjusting to the new coaching staff, a team that played 17 freshmen on a regular basis, and struggled to a 3-9 record.When Oski looks into this mirror, does he see the 2012 Cougars or the 2013 Cougars?He had been on paid leave since March, when an investigation determined he sexually harassed a female reporter.
David Lombardi catches up with David Shaw to talk about Stanford’s offense ahead of Saturday’s spring game.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There were winners and losers yesterday in the final round of the U.
His 16-under score tied the Open record for lowest score in relationship to par (equaling Rory Mc Ilroy's total from Congressional in 2011).
•••••••••• • The winner on the scoreboard, and in the financial sense, was Brooks Koepka.
The 72 he shot was good enough to tie Hideki Matsuyama for second at 12-under.
Also, Kansas University radio color analyst, David Lawrence gives note to how Charlie Weis impacted Kansas’ football program.