Dec 30, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Oregon Ducks linebacker Derrick Malone (22) is congratulated by teammates after scoring a 38-yard interception return during the second half against the Texas Longhorns at Alamo Dome. Oregon defeated Texas 30-7. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
The Pac-12 Conference rolls out another Spring of football on the West Coast and Pac-12.com has laid out the most meaningful Spring dates for each team if you want to follow the conference. For Washington State, here’s the exert from the page:
"Washington State’s pro day March 13 comes two weeks before the Palouse Crew starts spring practice on March 27. The spring game will be nearly a month later on April 26, while the Cougs begin their quest for a second straight bowl game Aug. 28 in Seattle against Rutgers."
Of course Pro Day will perhaps be the final showcase event for Deone Bucannon (who just got done putting on a show in Indy), but will also feature the likes of Damante Horton, John Fullington, Andrew Furney and Ioane Gauta trying to raise their stock in the free agent markets for undrafted prospects (where they are most likely to be looked at barring any change in their stock via this Pro Day).
The rest of the Cougars will prepare for their 3rd Spring under Mike Leach.