Posted April 09, 2013 on
BROCK MOTUM AND the Washington State Cougars made basketball history this season. By repeating as the Pacific-12 Conference scoring champion, Motum – combined with Klay Thompson in 2010-11 – made the Cougars the first team to produce three consecutive scoring champions since the conference began recognizing the leading scorer as the player with the most points per game in all games in 1974-75.
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SPOKANE – Spokane Week has become so big at Washington State, it’s turned into a three-state event. Spokane Week again consists primarily of a week-long series of events in Spokane tied in with the Crimson and Gray spring football game, which will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at Spokane’s Albi Stadium.
IT SURE SEEMS like a bunch of recruiting tape has come into the Washington State football offices of late. Indeed, it was a busy Monday for the Cougs on the recruiting front -- Washington State extended known scholarship offers to four different prospects from three different states. And another offer went out Tuesday morning.
WHEN THE COUGS do run their first official scrimmage later this spring, Washington State special teamers Andrew Furney and Mike Bowlin are likely to do something they haven't done a whole lot of this spring.