Posted September 26, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
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PULLMAN--Ken Bone’s decision to dismiss Reggie Moore tempered expectations for Washington State’s upcoming basketball season and also reaffirmed one piece of conventional wisdom — the 2012 Cougars will go only as far as Brock Motum can carry them. The 6-10, senior forward sat down with CF.C Tuesday to weigh in on Moore's departure, the upcoming season, his ability to frustrate defenders and more.
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