Gonzaga has three of the best bigs in the country and, for that matter, their homelands as well. Polish native Przemek Karnowski and Lithuania's Domantas Sabonis played for their respective national teams over the summer -- and into the early fall, in Sabonis' case. Meanwhile,...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s really early. I couldn’t sleep. So I got up and began working. Is this what 59 looks like? Read on.
The Washington State defense started off Wednesday's practice a bit sluggishly. The defensive coaches changed all that.
Kyle Wiltjer delivered big numbers and received numerous post-season honors last season. The 2015-16 season has yet to begin, but the 6-foot-10 senior forward is already drawing national attention. On Tuesday, CBS Sports named Wiltjer its preseason Player of the Year. More here, here and...
Half of Spokane's 16 regular-season games in the Indoor Football League will be against either Tri-Cities or Billings, the Shock's closest rivals. The three teams form the West Division. The IFL released its 2016 schedule Tuesday and the Shock will save some bucks with four...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • We are going to respectfully disagree with the NFL this morning. And we are going to do it on a playing field where we have a little more experience. Read on.
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Father Edward Flanigan, the founder of Boys Town, became nationally known in 1938 through the popularity of the motion picture Boys Town. In the picture he was portrayed by Spencer Tracy, who won best actor that year for his performance.
Washington State's defense played pretty well on Tuesday, but offense ended the day rolling in the sand thanks to some late turnovers.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • I’m really glad that’s cleared up. We now know the Seahawks can win a Monday Night football game at home without the help from replacement officials. Regular officials, sure but the replacement guys, nope. Read on.
In the paper today we've got notes from WSU's Monday press conference and a First Look at Oregon.
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