SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 2013


WSU Football: bowl situation update 

Lots of speculation going on over where the Cougars will be headed for a bowl game, or if they'll be bowling at all. Jerry Palm's updated bowl projections have WSU staying home for the Holidays, while Mark Schlabach and Brad Edwards' pre-Apple Cup projections have...

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Idaho rallies past UC Davis 

Connor Hill scored a career-high 29 points, and Idaho shook off a sluggish defensive start to clip UC Davis 80-76 on Saturday afternoon. The Vandals rallied from 15 points down to move their record to 4-4. Hill sank 7 of 9 3-pointers, while Stephen Madison...

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Vandals drop 7th straight to close year

Paul Petrino's first season at Idaho ended on a familiar note, with more frustration and another loss. Idaho failed to score touchdowns in five chances inside New Mexico State's 20-yard line in a 24-16 loss to the Aggies at Memorial Stadium. The Vandals finished the...

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Unit Grades: Apple Cup 

The Apple Cup didn't go as planned for the Cougars, who fell, 27-17 in Seattle. While the defense had possibly its best half of the season to start the game, holding the Huskies to just a field goal, but couldn't keep it up in the...

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We always have the cure 

A GRIP ON SPORTS It didn't figure to be an early morning today. After all, Husky fans probably slept in after celebrating yesterday's 27-17 Apple Cup victory and Washington State fans are still drowning their sorrows. But every hangover has a cure and there is...

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Idaho wraps up season at New Mexico St.

What's the difference between 1-11 and 2-10? In five years, it won't seem like much to Idaho and New Mexico State. But for the Vandals who want to shed a six-game losing streak and head into Paul Petrino's first full offseason with positive vibes, today's...

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Saturday morning links 

From Seattle -- There was sense of deja vu surround yesterday's Apple Cup, as the game seemed to play out in a very similar fashion to last season's contest. Until the end, at least ... Bishop Sankey made the difference in Washington's win ... Just...

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FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 2013















A lot to chew on in this rivalry game

A GRIP ON SPORTS Look up overstuffed in the dictionary and you won't see a picture of a couch. You will see me. I'm still reeling from too much turkey, potatoes, stuffing, green beans and two, yes, two, huge pieces of pumpkin pie. Every bite...

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Morning Pac-12 links: Apple Cup Edition 

From Seattle -- It's Apple Cup Friday and we've got you covered for stories on the game. Get started with our advance of tomorrow's game, featuring a familiar foe for WSU fans and check out our story on what Bill Moos thinks an Apple Cup...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 2013

Week 14 Pac-12 picks

From Seattle -- It’s rivalry week in the Pac-12, and just because the Las Vegas oddsmakers don’t expect many of the games to be close doesn’t mean we shouldn’t expect an upset or two. Arizona State and Stanford will have to find motivation despite having...

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