Quick halftime post. We'll just recount each of Washington State's baskets. There was a Reggie Moore jumper (his only bucket), a Klay Thompson (his only bucket to go with three fouls), four jumpers from Faisal Aden (he has a team-high eight points), a DeAngelo Casto post move (his only bucket). Marcus Capers dunk (his only bucket) and a Dre Winston reverse layup (his only bucket). Add in a Moore free throw and you have 19 points, a season-low for a first half. Wichita reserve Garrett Stultz, an ungainly looking 7-foot junior, has 18 himself – along with seven rebounds. Wichita is shooting 48.3 percent, WSU 33.3. The Shockers have 25 rebounds, WSU has – sit down before you read this – 10. Yes, 10. This is a butt kicking of the first order. We'll be back after we see if the Cougars can make a game off it in the second half.