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From Pullman -- It was a bittersweet day for Washington State men's basketball fans. On the one hand, the Cougars showed that they can score the ball against a good team without DaVonte Lacy. But on the other hand, the Cougars couldn't hold a lead against No. 15 Colorado, falling by a single point in overtime. Here's our game story, as well as Colin Mulvaney's photo gallery from the game, which was played at the Spokane Arena. We've also got the box score and post game video from coach Ken Bone, as well as Dexter Kernich-Drew and Royce Woolridge. With Washington beating Utah, the trip to the Evergreen State could still prove to be a formidable one for Pac-12 teams.

Now the Cougars can finally return to Beasley Coliseum, where they haven't played a home game since December 28th, 2013. John Blanchette spoke with Bill Moos about the state of the WSU program and what the future may hold

On the football side, the Pac-12 released its schedule for the 2013-14 season and WSU did as well.

More from the rest of the conference, after the jump.

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ESPN's Ted Miller reviewed Stanford's football season ... Cal coach Sonny Dykes is shaking things up with his defensive staff ... The Pac-12 finished the season as one of college football's best conferences ... Surprise! Oregon is expected to be good next season ... Arizona and UCLA's hoops rivalry is nothing to scoff at ... USC is getting ready to take on the Sun Devils ... Oregon State's Eric Moreland isn't up to speed, yet.




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