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PULLMAN – The Cougars returned to school Monday and went back to practice Tuesday. Some units fared better with the adjustment period, which included some switching uniform numbers, than others. Also, Washington State’s offensive line looks to be developing a rapport.
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Washington State’s official Instagram account uploaded this video on Wednesday with the caption, “You’ve probably never seen a 3/4 court backflip basketball shot, until now.”
As far as I can recall, that’s an accurate statement.
The video is definitely impressive, I just wish they showed some of the celebration. I’ll never understand why people feel the need to shut...
Kevin Nebeker of the Washington State Cougars cheer squad must have practiced this ridiculous shot many times. Making a 3/4 court shot while doing a backflip is absolutely insane.
This Washington State cheerleader attempts a 3/4 court, backflip shot, and hit nothing but net. Were the Cougars' female cheeleaders impressed too?
Welcome to The Sports Bank’s fourth annual college basketball season preview series where we break 111 teams in the 111 days leading up to the opening tip-off of the 2013-2014 season. We will rank the 84 power conference teams (including the new Big East and American Athletic Conferences) and top 27 mid-majors in reverse power ranking order. We’ll break down rosters...
MIKE LEACH CAME to Washington State with a reputation for filling reporters’ notebooks with hilarious, off-the-wall and/or scathing quotes.
Leach did nothing to disappoint fans and the media in that regard during his first season with the Cougars last year, and Leach was back at it again Monday night during a question-and-answer session with Cougfan.com.
SPOKANE -- Steve Gleason will never be forgotten at Washington State, and the same can be said of his old high school. Gleason’s No. 34 football uniform number was retired in a ceremony at Spokane’s Gonzaga Prep on Tuesday.
THE BEGINNING OF the resurrection, by virtually every reasonable assessment, can be traced to March 29, 2003. That was the day Dick Bennett came out of retirement to coach the Washington State basketball team. And the turning point in Bennett’s rebuild can be found in an unlikely place, says the man who has been on the Cougar sidelines for every tipoff over the last decade.
WHEN WIDE RECEIVER Zaire Andre committed to Washington State, he said he was solid with his commitment but would still take other visits. With the season right around the corner, Andre tells CF.C he's got an official visit set up to Pullman for next month. But what about the other schools?
The Cougars wrapped up fall camp with a full-padded scrimmage in LaVell Edwards Stadium on Wednesday. As usual, some starters were held out, giving other guys an opportunity to show what they can do. Meanwhile, preparation for the Virginia Cavaliers begins on Thursday.