Posted September 27, 2012 on
UCLA heads to Colorado this weekend to take on Jordan Webb and the Buffaloes, who took down Washington State in their first conference game...
BEST OF MAXIM
Not that's it a huge surprise, but Kansas has struggled to start the 2012 season falling to Rice, TCU, and Northern Illinois. It's go without saying, but Kansas shouldn't be losing to Rice and Northern Illinois, plain and simple. Things haven't been much better for former Big 12 mate, Colorado, who has racked up losses to Colorado State, Sacramento State, and Fresno...
Adding Salt to the Wounds of Cougar Sports
Starting point guard Reggie Moore was dismissed from the Washington State Cougars basketball team Monday due to a violation of team rules.
Head coach Ken Bone has not been the sternest of coaches in the past.
Both Moore and starting forward Deangelo Casto had been caught with marijuana violations in the past, each of which ended up...
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...
WASHINGTON STATE recently offered a defensive lineman out of California whose recruiting stock continues to rise – Scout.com national recruiting analyst Greg Biggins calls him the most intriguing d-lineman in the Golden State.
PULLMAN – FANS HAVE HEARD IT every year since 2009: This will be Gino Simone’s breakout year. The season when he lives up to his potential. Now a senior, Simone was once the most anticipated wideout to join the Cougars since Michael Bumpus. Four years later, Simone finds himself buried on the depth chart in a pass-happy offense.
Class of 2013 big man Torren Jones just wrapped up an official visit to Washington State and has more visits in the works. Hear what the 6-8 forward from La Lumiere has to say about his recruitment in this report.
PULLMAN -- It is a frequent discussion among Washington State fans on the CF.C message boards. Marquess Wilson features prototypical size and speed for an NFL wide receiver. Now it becomes a matter whether Wilson is prepared for the game’s highest level. Outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons sheds some light.