When it comes to Washington State University athletics, it is already summer time. Though today's weather says something different. But school is out and the news is slim. But not non-existent. Read on.
• We'll start (and finish) with links, including the news a Kansas basketball transfer was in Pullman recently, visiting with the Cougar staff. Royce Woolridge, a combo guard from Phoenix, is looking for somewhere to land after spending his freshman year with the Jayhawks. He's still got a couple places to visit and wouldn't be eligible until the 2012-13 season. … The Seattle Times' Bud Withers asks and answers a question today concerning Klay Thompson's WSU legacy. The term mixed comes to mind after reading Withers' column. So I ask you. What is Thompson's legacy? Tell me in the comments section. … The Fiesta Bowl was fined a million dollars (that was last real money in the first Austin Powers movie) and told to make changes, but it will stay in the BCS rotation. … Speaking of the BCS, the Salt Lake Tribune's Kurt Kragthorpe thinks it is the best thing to happen to the state since the seagulls swooped in. And he has reasons why. … A former Missouri quarterback with a well-known last name is thinking of transferring to either Arizona or ASU. … And that's about all I could find to link.
• There's no breaking news from beautiful Pullman, so that's it for today. We'll be back as events warrant. Until then …