Posted January 12, 2013 on
BERKELEY -- Washington State players and head coach Ken Bone react to California's 67-54 win over the Cougars on Saturday night.
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IT HAS BEEN an ongoing question for months. And if Saturday’s 67-54 loss at California clarified anything for Washington State, it is how much the Cougars miss senior point guard Reggie Moore. As WSU’s offense went stagnant during the second half, it could have used Moore’s ability to penetrate and draw fouls.
BERKELEY -- Cal posts a program-record 11 blocks and down Washington State 67-54 at Haas Pavilion, led by six blocks from Richard Solomon.
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BERKELEY -- Tyrone Wallace and Allen Crabbe break down the win against Washington State on Saturday night in this exclusive video, plus notebook.