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The addition of the center-hung scoreboard in Beasley Coliseum, home of Washington State University men's and women's basketball teams, has been completed and is ready for use in the 2011-12 season.

When Cougs vs. Ducks was a true pissing match

IF THE COUGARS’ noon showdown Saturday against Oregon is anything like the 1997 game between the two in Eugene, then all eyes should be on the sidelines as well as the field. In his new book, Ryan Leaf says the notoriously hostile Oregon fans reached an all-time low that season against the Cougs. So he took matters into his own hands after getting an unwitting assist from Cory Withrow.

Kaufusi overcomes the odds

PULLMAN – Washington State linebacker Sekope Kaufusi grew up poor without a father in a crime-filled section of East Palo Alto, Calif. He became a father himself a few days before he turned 18 and graduated from high school. Obviously, Kaufusi has dealt with more serious issues than a tough football loss or two. That doesn’t mean Kaufusi does not seethe at the losses.

State Of The Cougs: WSU Football Notebook | October 27

Insider Steve our man with his pulse on the Washington State Cougars sports beat is back with another edition of the State Of The Cougs. QB Jeff Tuel has been ruled out Saturdays game at Oregon, opposing coaches Rick Neuheisel, David Shaw, and Mike Riley have out coached Paul Wulff.

Locker Room Report - Washington State

At many points it was a sloppy game, but the No. 7 ranked Oregon Ducks (7-1, 5-0) still managed to post a 43-28 victory on the lowly Washington State Cougars on Saturday afternoon in Eugene, OR.

Cougars might lose Tuel for rest of season

THERE WERE GRANDIOUSE proclamations that Washington State finally would emerge this season to advance to its first bowl since 2003. But much of that optimism centered around the Cougars’ standout signal-caller, and coach Paul Wulff said during his Thursday teleconference that situation is worse than he imagined earlier in the week.

WSU Basketball Launches `Cougars Courtside'

Fans can get an inside look at the Washington State University men's and women's basketball teams with the new web series, `Cougars Courtside' which launches today, Thursday, Oct. 27 on

Washington State Postgame Quotes

Washington State Postgame Quotes

Washington State coach Wulff defends his program

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Cross Country. Cross Country Men Finish in Middle at Pac-12 Championships

The Washington State men's cross country team took sixth place and the Cougar women's team was 11th at the Pac-12 Conference Championships Saturday at the Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park, Arizona.

M. Basketball. Pac-12 Releases Preseason Media Poll

The Washington State University men's basketball team has been chosen to tie for 10th in the Pac-12 Conference in 2011-12, according to a poll of media members who cover Pac-12 basketball.

M. Golf. Men's Golf Prepares for Final Event of Fall

The Washington State men's golf team travels to San Martin, Calif., to participate in The Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle, hosted by UCLA...tournament will take place Oct. 31-Nov. 2.

Football. Cougars Play Tough, But Fall to No. 7 Ducks, 43-28

Marshall Lobbestael threw for 335 yards and a touchdown and Ricky Galvin added a score on the ground for the Cougars.

W. Basketball. Center-Hung Scoreboard Added at Beasley Coliseum

The addition of the center-hung scoreboard in Beasley Coliseum, home of Washington State University men's and women's basketball teams, has been completed and is ready for use in the 2011-12 season.

W. Crew. Varsity Rowing in Portland for the Weekend, Novice at Home

Fresh off of a strong showing at the Head of the Spokane regatta, the Washington State University varsity women's rowing team will head to Portland for a weekend of racing, Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 30 to compete in the Portland Loop and Portland Fall Classic Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
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