WSU Cougars HEADLINES
The question was if spring is the thing.
SPOKANE — College football players love to bet on their final spring scrimmages. No money changes hands, of course — that is an NCAA no-no — and the players’ bets often consist of little more than the right to brag in the locker room for a week or two.
PULLMAN — Rahmel Dockery carried his dream of an NFL career from Curtis High School to Washington State last year.
Assistant track coach Mark Macdonald thinks hurdler/sprinter Shaquana Logan deserves consideration as Washington State’s top student-athlete.
The more I watch Larry Scott, the more I miss Tom Hansen.
Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone said athletic director Bill Moos issued no ultimatums this week when they talked about the Cougars. But Bone said no words were needed to get a key point across.
LAS VEGAS — The silence was deafening in the Washington State locker room Wednesday evening, but Bill Moos was even quieter.
LAS VEGAS — Way in the rear of the MGM Grand Casino, past legions of pasty, sun-deprived folk in shorts and tank tops, is the MGM Grand Arena where the Pac-12 Conference tournament will take place for the first time.
Brock Motum scored 31 points and Royce Woolridge added 25 as Washington State closed out the regular season by crushing USC, 76-51, on Saturday.
The longest losing streak in a decade for Washington State men’s basketball has begun to raise questions about the future of its coach.
During the final months of a school year, students can often enter an indifferent dreamland known as “senioritis.”
On the eve of what could be a milestone occasion for college basketball in this state, two rivals with variously modest expectations faced off Sunday at Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
Many complaints end with the common thought that things could be worse.
By moving the ball and creating quality shots, Southern California cruised to one of its best wins in years.
Washington State’s losing streak reached eight games with a 73-56 road loss to No. 12 Arizona on Saturday.
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