Posted February 23, 2013 on
IT WAS A name heard as frequently in recent weeks for Washington State as Stephen Sauls. But during Saturday’s 73-56 loss at Arizona, Spokane native Brett Boese finally entered the game late in the first half. Boese even provided one of the few highlights during the second half as he hit his first 3-pointer in Pac-12 play as the Cougars suffered their eighth consecutive loss.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Arizona Wildcat capped the homestand with a win over Washington State. The Cougars fell by seventeen points and trailed most of the night. Here is a closer look at what happened.
Arizona will face Washington State on Saturday. Read on for a complete breakdown, including a score prediction.
Sean Miller met with the media after the Washington State game to discuss the win, his feeling on the second half effort, and much more.
Arizona defeated Washington State 73-56 on Saturday. Read on for a complete recap of how Arizona kept its winning streak going.
Arizona defeated Washington State on Saturday. Read on for a closer analysis of that game and Arizona moving forward.
Arizona was able to defeat Washington State on Saturday. Read on for news and notes on how the Wildcats got it done.
TO UNDERSTAND what Washington State’s basketball program has secured in incoming guard Ikenna Iroegbu, you must first understand the school from which he comes, says his coach, Steve Smith. You see, the competition Irogubu faces each day in practice isn’t just good, but extraordinary.
Kevin Parrom and Kaleb Tarczewski talked to the media after the Washington State game. Read on for their thoughts on the win, improvements that need to be made, and much more.