Posted December 04, 2012 on
SPOKANE -- The biggest challenge facing the Washington State Cougar men’s basketball team in the early part of the season, first-year assistant coach Ray Lopes said Monday, has been keeping track of the team’s luggage.
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WASHINGTON STATE COULD have some help when it hosts No. 10 Gonzaga at 8 p.m. Wednesday (TV: ESPNU). Coach Ken Bone discussed that, the Bulldogs’ personnel and more during his Monday morning teleconference.
PULLMAN – Washington State point guard Royce Woolridge grew up among basketball royalty, and he has every intention of adding his own chapter to the family’s hoops history book.
HEADING INTO HIS trip this weekend to Washington State, a 6-5, 260-pound junior college DE/BUCK prospect had plenty of expectations regarding all things crimson. Were those expectations reached? Yes, and then some. He talks about that and much more with CF.C...
Menifee (Calif.) Heritage running back Jamal Morrow, who committed to Washington State in September, will soon head to Pullman for his official visit...