Posted July 26, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
WASHINGTON STATE will play at least 16 games against 2012 postseason tournament participants, including a matchup with 2012 NCAA Tournament runner-up Kansas, highlighting the 2012-13 Washington State men’s basketball schedule, as announced by head coach Ken Bone in a release from WSU on Thursday.
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