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An existential question

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10 A.M.

What if they played a basketball game and nobody came? Would it make a sound? Let’s ask philosophy professor Edwin W. Watt. Professor? “No.” Would it count in the Pac-10 standings? “Yes.” Thanks professor Watt.

Sorry, the snow is causing dementia here in Pullman, at least for me. WSU is shutting down this morning, but I’ve been told by an athletic department spokesman tonight’s 7 p.m. basketball game will go on as scheduled as long as the officials and teams can get to Beasley. Read on for more.


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