Posted November 01, 2011 on
THERE ARE FEW similarities between Ken Bone’s preferred style of basketball compared with his direct predecessors at Washington State. But the Cougars’ third-year men’s coach sounded a bit like Dick and Tony Bennett during his Wednesday teleconference when his theme was that WSU has no stars and has to embrace a team-first concept to be successful.
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IN A FEW DAYS, when the Cougars square off in an exhibition against Lewis-Clark State, Ken Bone and his troops formally will kick off what figures to be one of the most post-challenged seasons in many years at Washington State. Help is on the way in 6-10, 260-pound verbal commit Richard Peters, but he doesn’t arrive for a year.
EVERY FOOTBALL SEASON seems to be marked with a new emphasis from officials and this year is no different with a number of penalties assessed for high hits. Washington State coach Paul Wulff discussed that during his Tuesday teleconference -- along with a number of players returning to their Bay Area roots -- when his team plays at 3:30 p.m. Saturday against Cal at AT&T Park (TV: Root Sports).
Washington State (12-6-2, 6-3-1 Pac-12) travels across the state for a meeting with arch-rival Washington, Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m...match will be televised live by FOX Soccer Channel and can be seen on ROOT Sports (Northwest and Rocky Mountain), Comcast Bay Area Plus, Prime Ticket, and FOX Sports (Detroit Plus, Ohio and Southwest)...match will be joined in progress at 8 p.m. on...
PULLMAN -- Washington State does not face a ranked opponent this weekend. But that does not mean the Cougars' energy level was any lower when they returned to the gridiron Monday night in preparation for their 3:30 p.m. game Saturday at California (TV: Root Sports). CF.C caught up with LB C.J. Mizell to capture his emotions on the upcoming contest.
Defending NCAA champion Cal continues Pac-12 Conference action when it hosts Washington State for a swimming-only dual meet at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, at Spieker Aquatics Complex. The Golden Bear divers will compete at the USC Diving Invitational from Friday through Saturday, Nov. 4-5, in Los Angeles.
After a dominating performance in Portland this past weekend, the Washington State University women's rowing team looks to finish the fall season on a high note as it travels to Seattle for the Head of the Lake Sunday, Nov. 6.
Cal returns to AT&T Park to host Washington State in the first of back-to-back home games that will conclude its 2011 home schedule and begin the final month of the regular season.
Nov 5, 6:30 PM | Grass of AT&T Park
Washington State Cougars vs California Golden Bears Odds
Getting a win and covering the posted spread will be the goals for the Cougars on Saturday when they take on the Golden Bears at AT&T Park in Week 10 action.
The Golden Bears currently sports a record of 4-4, and have posted a corresponding betting slate...
Washington State senior Trent Sanders recorded three birdies during the second round and is tied for 25th with 18 holes to play in the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle, hosted by UCLA.
The Washington State University baseball team finished its fall season with a Halloween costume scrimmage.
Washington State senior Tiara Pittman was named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week for her performance against Arizona State and Arizona.
The Washington State swim team will travel to Berkley, Calif., to take on California in a pair of dual meets...third-straight week the Cougars meet a Pac-12 rival...Friday's events will start at 1 p.m. while Saturday's meet will begin at 9 a.m., both at the Spieker Aquatics Complex.
The Washington State men's golf team finished 11th in the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle, Wednesday. Played at the CordeValle Golf Resort in Gilroy, Calif., the Cougars trailed the 11 school field, comprised of seven nationally ranked teams, including four top 10 teams.
LOS ANGELES -- The No. 4 USC women's volleyball team (18-4, 13-2) continues Pac-12 Conference play with home matches against Washington State (12-12, 4-10) on Friday (Nov. 4) and No. 10 Washington (18-4, 10-4) on Saturday (Nov. 5) with a 7 p.m. start for both matches. Paul Duchesne will call the action for both nights with a live video webcast on usctrojans.com.
The Washington State University Track and Field teams sold inspirational message wristbands and have donated $300 to assist in the needs of local cancer patients.