Morning Cougs. Little late this morning but still getting you some links from the past 24 hours for your morning enjoyment. Let’s get to it!
Hanson ends NFL career after 21 years – Spokesman Review
"“Jason Hanson is the gold standard,” Lions President Tom Lewand said. “He had an exemplary, Hall-of-Fame worthy career on the field, and for those of us fortunate to know him well, he is an even better person, teammate, friend, husband and father.”"
WSU’s Dahl a welcome interloper on the offensive line – Spokesman Review
"PULLMAN – Considering how excited Clay McGuire was last season about Joe Dahl’s potential, it can’t really be considered a surprise that Dahl finds himself in the mix for playing time along Washington State’s offensive line."
"The Washington State Cougars were buzzing last spring with the arrival of new head coach Mike Leach and his high-octane offense. Things didn’t go so smoothly in the first year, finishing just 3-9 and 1-8 in Pac 12 play. With spring practice underway in Pullman, the Cougars are looking to have a much more successful year two under Leach. The key to that success could be the breakout season of wide receiver Gabe Marks."
Remembering 23 years of Jason Hanson kicking – Examiner
"I met Jason Hanson in an honors sociology class in 1990, when I was a sophomore at WSU and he was the best kicker in the nation, coming off a sophomore season that saw him become only the third player in WSU history to be named a consensus All-American."