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FORMER COUGAR sharpshooter Klay Thompson is playing basketball in Las Vegas this week trying to make enough of an impression on Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski to take the next step toward a berth on the Olympic team.
BEST OF MAXIM
LOS ANGELES -- Mike Leach knows how to make an opening statement.
Leach, the Washington State coach, was first up at the Pac-12 Media Day at Sony Studios and, when asked for some comments to start the Q&A session, Leach was short and sweet.
"Alright, any questions?" Leach asked.
Leach, in his second year as the Cougars head coach, quickly turned his attention to...
Building Towards Success
The Washington State Cougars football team will have yet another uphill battle in 2013. Picked to finish sixth in the Pac-12 North Division, many may find insult from the initial Pac-12 Media projections, as the Cougars find themselves behind the Colorado Buffaloes.
Especially after a season where WSU showed they have some fight in them, it may seem ridiculous...
Washington State coach Mike Leach told reporters he believes the bottom half of the Pac-12 is better than the worst of the SEC. How do the records actually stack up?
WASHINGTON STATE HAS recently extended multiple new offers and they're also scheduling more official visits -- a pair of SoCal defensemen have set their sights on a to trip to Pullman for Sept. 14. We have that, plus an update on an intriguing linebacker prospect who despite never playing a down of high school football, holds a few offers and feels WSU could be close to extending a scholie.
IN A MAJOR change under Mike Leach, Washington State will open their 2013 fall camp in Lewiston this year, two independent sources tell CF.C. The Cougars will begin their second fall camp under Mike Leach on Aug. 2 and spend around 10 days in Idaho.