A busy Saturday at WSU


There is a lot going on in Pullman today and we've got new about most of it. The capper, of course, is tonight's spring game. We'll be there. Right now we, like you, should read on.

• We had a short preview of the spring game in the paper this morning. Meanwhile, John Blanchette had this column looking at Paul Wulff's program. ... Over at Bailey-Brayton, the Cougar baseball team won the opener of a home series once again (they've done it their last nine Pac-10 series in Pullman). ... Over at Coug Center, they are asking if WSU fans are too negative. There is the other side to this question. Do WSU fans often have too high of expectations? ... A few recruits, including WSU kicker Nico Grasu's brother Hroniss, visited Oregon's practice. ... With OSU's Jacquizz Rodgers taking the day off, three reserves battled to be his main backup. ... A new spring game format at ASU. ... One basketball note. Washington's Isaiah Thomas had toe surgery Friday.


• That's it for now. We'll be back after the scrimmage tonight – or maybe before if I find anything to write about. Until then ...

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