Found November 15, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
Washington State Who will put at number 1? Louisville or Indiana or maybe a surprise stay tuned to Roundballchat for the next month to find out. Coach: Ken Bone (Three seasons at WSU 57-46) Overall 392-213, 20 years 2011-12: Record 19-18 overall, 7-11 in Pac 12( Tie 8th) Starters Returning (2) DaVonte Lacy, Brock Motum Preseason Tournament: CBE Classic (Kansas City) Top Non-Conference Games: vs. Gonzaga Transfer In: Jordan Railey (Iowa State) Transfer Out: Patrick Simon (Seattle Pacific) Sat out: Royce Woolridge (Kansas) Gone: Reggie Moore (Dismissed from team) Ken Bone has not made the NCAA tournament in three years at Washington State and it may look like a 4th. The Cougars loss 4 of their top 6 scorers from last year’s team. Recently Bone dismissed starting point guard Reggie Moore from the team this was a huge blow to the Cougars. Moore would have been the leading returner in the Pac 12 in assists. The good news the Cougars return Brock Motum. Washington State just went 1-5 in g...
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