Posted March 27, 2012 on
A late 11-4 run isn't enough, even after a pair of clutch foul shots. Pitt and Washington State play Game 2 of the Best-of-Three series Wednesday night at 7 pm at the Petersen Events Center.
BEST OF MAXIM
Tonight, the Washington State Cougars moved one step closer to being the 101st best National Champion in the country, downing the Pitt Panthers 67-66 in front of a screaming group of 26,000 fans at Friel Court.
A terrific basketball game for all Cougar fans, who watched Abe Lodwick and Reggie Moore combine for 30 points in the winning effort. My three thoughts...
Washington State's D.J. Shelton blocked a last-second shot by Tray Woodall as the Cougars hung on to beat Pittsburgh 67-66 on Monday in Game 1 of the best-of-three CBI Finals.
Abe Lodwick led Washington State (19-16) with 16 points.
Woodall, who led Pitt (20-17) with 16 points, took an inbound pass with 3.5 seconds left and ran the length of the floor before making an out-of...
SAY THIS ABOUT Washington State senior Abe Lodwick: He saved the best for last. If the bomber from Bend continues the torrid pace he's established, both shooting and rebounding, since the Cougars entered the College Basketball Invitational four wins ago then the oddsmakers who have installed Pitt as a 9 1/2-point favorite today in Game 2 of the championship series figure to look silly.
COUGARS PLAYERS THIS spring and offseason are running more than they ever have before, and with two-thirds of Mike Leach's offense already installed after just two days, it's a new day out on the Palouse. Here are 15 more exclusive shots as seen by the CF.C lens -- with lots more to come -- of spring ball happenings at Washington State.