THE CALL WAS so preposterous that even The Sporting News felt compelled to weigh in on the New Year’s Eve technical foul that wound up costing Washington State a victory in its 2009-10 conference basketball opener against Oregon. In overtime, you may recall, WSU’s DeAngelo Casto scored what by all rights was the winning basket on a layup with 0.3 seconds left.
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...
SPOKANE -- When Klay Thompson and DeAngelo Casto passed up their senior seasons to turn pro, many basketball “experts” predicted a season bordering on disaster for the Washington State Cougars. When the Cougars twice fell behind by 21 points midway through the second half of their season opener Monday, the experts were looking ... well, pretty expert.
Happy Tuesday Morning to you Cougar Fans!
First of all, in the last few hours this here blog has eclipsed 1,000,000 visitors. For that, Shane, Tim, Adam, Sutra, Myself and of course Sean, owe you our sincere gratitude. You are the ones who keep us going, and here is to another million visitors!
Today I am not going to bore you with more banter about the Halliday vs Lobster debate...
(Eds: Adds details, quotes.) By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS Associated Press Don't go looking for superstars on this year's Washington State basketball team, with Klay Thompson gone to the NBA and DeAngelo Casto off to play pro basketball in Turkey.
But the Cougars do have three starters and several other key players back from last year's NIT semifinal team.
Via AP on Fox
October 26, 2011