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Cougars win once more

COUGARS, 59-46

So in two games this weekend, WSU yielded 91 points. That’s the usual total some schools give up each game.

With the win, the Cougars move to 21-4 overall and 10-3 in the Pac-10, a half-game behind UCLA in the standings. It has been 15 years since the Cougs have won as many as 21 games in a season. Cal dropped to 12-12, 4-8 in Pac-10 play. (Robbie Cowgill, who finished with six points, tries to score against the defense of Cal’s Eric Vierneisel; AP photo.)

You can read the Associated Press story here and, if you want to leave a comment here or on Glenn Kasses’ blog, please do.

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