Washington State Cougars

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Washington State Cougars
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First season 2013
Head coach constapatedape
7th year, 62–24 (.721)
Home stadium Martin Stadium
Year built 1972
Stadium capacity 33,522
Location Pullman, Washington
League NCAA Division I FBS
Conference Pac-12
Division North
All-time record 45–45 (.500)
Postseason bowl record 2–1 (.667)
Claimed national titles 0
Conference titles 0
Division titles 2 (2013, 2019)
Heisman winners 0
Consensus All-Americans 0
Current uniform
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Colors

Crimson and Gray

          
Fight song "Washington State University Fight Song"
Mascot Butch T. Cougar
Rivals Washington
Oregon
Oregon State

The Washington State Cougars, coached by constapatedape, are a collegiate football team playing in the Pac-12. The Cougars play in Martin Stadium in Pullman, WA and are a member of the North Division of the Pacific-12 Conference.

History

2013 Season

The 2013 season is the first in which the Washington State Cougars played. They finished 9-3 and clinched the North Division with a Week 12 win against the rival Washington Huskies.

2014 Season

The Cougars were coach-less for the 2014 campaign, after the early retirement by HC joshglick. The lone win this season was in week 1 against a hapless Kansas State team.

2014 Schedule

Week Opponent Rank Location Result Record Conference Record
1 Kansas State - Pullman, WA 24-21 1-0 0-0
2 at Boston College - Chestnut Hill, MA 7-23 1-1 0-0
3 Ole Miss - Pullman, WA 0-14 1-2 0-0
4 at Houston - Houston, TX 7-10 1-3 0-0
5 Northwestern - Pullman, WA 3-14 1-4 0-0
6 Stanford - Pullman, WA 0-28 1-5 0-1
7 at Arizona State - Tempe, AZ 21-24 1-6 0-2
8 at Oregon State - Corvallis, OR 0-28 1-7 0-3
9 Arizona - Pullman, WA 10-21 1-8 0-4
10 California - Pullman, WA 7-35 1-9 0-5
11 Bye
12 Oregon - Pullman, WA 0-52 1-10 0-6
13 Washington - Pullman, WA 0-24 1-11 0-7

2015 Season

The 2015 season was coach K3ndr!ck_L@mar's first year on the job. The Cougars finished 4-8 in what was dubbed a "rebuilding season".

2015 Schedule

Week Opponent Rank Location Result Record Conference Record
1 Virginia Cavaliers - Pullman, WA 13-7 1-0 0-0
2 at Stanford - Palo Alto, CA 20-35 1-1 0-1
3 at Colorado State - Larimer County, CO 28-7 2-1 0-1
4 Bye
5 at Kansas State - Manhattan, KS 14-7 3-1 0-1
6 at Wisconsin - Madison, WI 23-24 3-2 0-1
7 Ucla - Pullman, WA 21-10 4-2 1-1
8 Oregon State - Pullman, WA 14-20 4-3 1-2
9 at Oregon - Eugene, OR 13-33 4-4 1-3
10 at Notre Dame - South Bend, IN 21-23 4-5 1-3
11 California - Pullman, WA 20-24 4-6 1-4
12 at USC - Los Angeles, CA 21-34 4-7 1-5
13 Washington - Pullman, WA 10-49 4-8 1-6

2016 Season

2016 Schedule

Week Opponent Rank Location Result Record Conference Record
1 #14 Texas A&M - Kyle Field-College Station, TX L 14-39 0-1 0-0
2 #7 LSU - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA L 9-28 0-2 0-0
3 #3 Notre Dame - Notre Dame Stadium-South Bend, IN L 20-7 0-3 0-0
4 Colorado - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA W 41-14 1-3 1-0
5 Tennessee - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA L 16-24 1-4 1-0
6 Bye
7 Oregon State - Reser Stadium-Corvallis, OR W 21-7 2-4 2-0
8 Iowa State - Pullman Stadium, WA W 28-19 3-4 2-0
9 Utah - Rice-Eccles Stadium-Salt Lake City, UT L 3-14 3-5 2-1
10 Bye
11 Stanford - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA L 21-33 3-6 2-2
12 Oregon - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA L 3-35 3-7 2-3
13 Cal - California Memorial Stadium-Berkely, CA W 38-14 4-7 3-3
14 #2 Washington - Martin Stadium-Pullman, WA - - -

2017 Season

Won Holiday Bowl

2018 Season

Won Heart of Dallas Bowl

2019 Season

After taking over the program for its 2018 bowl game, Head Coach constapatedape returned to Pullman for his first full campaign. The Cougars had a new starting QB in 2019, replace Raoul Gomez was David Oates. Star WR Jeremy Cook returned for his senior year.

2019 Schedule

Week Opponent Rank Location Result Record Conference Record
1 Colorado - Pullman, WA W 27-17 1-0 1-0
2 Bye
3 San Diego State - Pullman, WA W 28-7 2-0 1-0
4 Bye
5 #25 Air Force - Colorado Springs, CO L 17-20 2-1 1-0
6 West Virginia - Morgantown, WV W 36-28 3-1 1-0
7 Bye
8 BYU - Pullman, WA W 28-0 4-1 1-0
9 Utah - Salt Lake City, UT L 28-37 4-2 1-1
10 Cal - Pullman, WA W 35-21 5-2 2-1
11 Oregon State - Pullman, WA W 58-0 6-2 3-1
12 Bye
13 Miami 23 Miami, FLA W 38-19 7-2 3-1
14 #9 Oregon 21 Eugene, OR W 20-17 8-2 4-1
15 Stanford 15 Palo Alto, CA W 31-3 9-2 5-1
16 Washington 14 Seattle, WA W 30-13 10-2 6-1
Pac12 CG Arizona State - Los Angeles, CA 0-0 10-2 6-1

Season-by-Season Records

National Champions Conference Champions Bowl game berth
Year Coach(es) Conference Record Bowl Final CP Ranking
Wins Losses
Washington State Cougars
2013 joshglick PAC-12 9 5 Cotton Bowl 15
2014 1 10 - NR
2015 K3ndr!ck_L@mar PAC-12 4 8 - NR
2016 4 8 - NR
2017 9 5 Holiday Bowl NR
2018 K3ndr!ck_L@mar/likeahurricane/constapatedape PAC-12 6 6 Heart Of Dallas Bowl NR
2019 constapatedape PAC-12 10 2 - NR

Bowl History

Washington State was eligible for a bowl in 2013, 2017 and 2018. The Cougars have compiled a 2-1-0 record in Bowl Games, including a 0-0-0 record in Access Bowls.

By year

Season Bowl Coach Opponent Result
2013 Cotton Bowl joshglick Texas Longhorns L
2017 Holiday Bowl K3ndr!ck_L@mar Fresno State Bulldogs W
2018 Heart of Dallas Bowl constapatedape Rice Owls W
Games: 3 Wins: 2 Losses: 1 Ties: 0

By game

Bowl # Appearances Record
Cotton Bowl 1 2013 0–1
Holiday Bowl 1 2017 1-0
Heart of Dallas Bowl 1 2018 1-0

NFLHC Draft Picks

  • 2nd Round
Charlie Ellis, OT, San Diego Chargers, 2017
  • 3rd Round
Jason Bryant, OLB, Seattle Seahawks, 2014
Daleroy Smart, ILB, San Francisco 49ers, 2016
Richard Jones, OLB, Houston Texans, 2019
Brendan Doherty, C, Oakland Raiders, 2019
  • 4th Round
Brian Vardell, QB, Minnesota Vikings, 2014
Cade Donovan, CB, Dallas Cowboys, 2016
  • 5th Round
Marlin Schrader, CB, Cincinnati Bengals, 2017
Al Lindsey, DT, New England Patriots, 2016
  • 6th Round
Donald Collier, OLB, Philadelphia Eagles, 2018
  • 7th Round
B.J. Dawkins, CB, Atlanta Falcons, 2015
Eugene Giles, G, Los Angeles Rams, 2019
King Pietrosante, TE, Houston Texans, 2017
  • 8th Round
Richard Kelly, C, Detroit Lions, 2014
  • 9th Round
Jason Voigt, WR, Minnesota Vikings, 2014
  • 16th Round
David Matthews, ILB, Detroit Lions, 2014

Individual Award Winners

Players

  • All Americans
B.J. Dawkins, Defensive Back – 2013
  • All Conference
B.J. Dawkins, Defensive Back – 2013
Jacory Alexander, Tight End – 2015
  • Defensive Freshman of the Year
Richard Jones, Defensive Line – 2015

Coaches