Posted February 10, 2013 on
UCLA beat Washington State 76-62 last night behind a strong defensive showing in the first half and improved offensive basketball throughout the game...
BEST OF MAXIM
SOLID DEFENSE. Washington State generally has been able to count on that to keep games close this year. That was not the case Saturday as the Cougars had perhaps their poorest performance of the season on that end in a mostly disspiriting 76-62 loss at UCLA.
With the signing process mostly over, National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins offers an in-depth look at the surprises, top prospects, and potential sleepers in Washington State's class...
Ben Howland talks about the improved shooting against Washington State on Saturday night and the improvement on defense as well...
PULLMAN – Donnie Marbut says he loves the potential of his Washington State baseball team, but the veteran coach realizes that potential is a fancy word for unproven. The Cougars, who have just two seniors after losing their top five hitters to the pros last summer, could have four sophomores and two redshirt freshmen in the starting lineup when they open the season Friday at Western Carolina.
SPOKANE -- Washington State athletic director Bill Moos, who has long maintained that he makes decisions about hiring and firing coaches only at the end of the season, said Monday his policy applies to basketball coach Ken Bone. Bone has come under considerable fire from fans this season.
GAMES IN PULLMAN are dwindling for Washington State men’s basketball, which plays its penultimate home series of the season this week against the Oregon schools.
LET’S SAY there’s a kid whose parents are proud graduates of Washington State. And that kid grows up in Spokane, rooting on the Cougs and regularly attending games at Martin Stadium. Now imagine the kid developing into an All-State quarterback. But not just any All-State QB -- he’s one the Cougs want desperately to play for them.