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Ken Bone talks rebounding, among other things

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FROM PULLMAN – It was a sparse teleconference with Ken Bone today, but we do have some news and notes to pass along. Read on for what the Cougars coach had to say in Pullman and on the Pac-12 call.

It’s cold outside, but links are room temperature

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FROM PULLMAN – Snoqualmie Pass was not friendly yesterday, but the Honda managed to plow through the slush, ice and snow and arrived safely back on the snow-covered Palouse. Though looking at the forecast, it seems we may have left the worst of this storm behind in Seattle. Regardless, we have a flurry of links for you with a 50 percent chance of entertainment (OK, probably less than that). Read them anyway, though.

Postgame quote sheet: UW 75, WSU 65

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FROM SEATTLE — It's going to be a long, slow drive back to Pullman tomorrow morning, and we're hitting the road early to take full advantage of the daylight. So here are some quick quotes from each team after Washington's 75-65 win over WSU. This will be it as far as blogging until I get back into the 509.

A pregame post from snowy Seattle

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FROM SEATTLE – Pullman was sunny and dry when I left it on Friday. Now Seattle is covered in a layer of wet, slushy snow. But we made it to the arena and have some thoughts on today’s game, so read on.

Game day for WSU, day after for most others

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FROM SEATTLE — We've got some Pac-12 games to recap, and one — the one you care about — to preview. Read on for links and game-day content for the Cougars, as well as a football personnel note.

Saturday links, and a scouting report

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FROM SEATTLE — We have a quick look at game-day in the Pac-12, as well as another visit with an opposing team's beat writer. Read on for the whole gauntlet.

Lorenzo Romar talks Cougs

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FROM PULLMAN — It's just about time to get on the road, but first, some quick notes from Washington coach Lorenzo Romar's conference call today. He addresses recruiting against WSU in the Northwest, Reggie Moore's transformation and WSU adjusting to life without Klay Thompson. Read on.

No Cougs on Thursday, but plenty of Pac-12 action

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FROM PULLMAN — It felt a little strange to sit at home and watch basketball on a Thursday night. But there was some quality action in the Pac-12, even with the Cougars idle as they await their Sunday game at Washington. Read on for a link-aided summary of Thursday's games.

Very early morning links as Wednesday turns to Thursday

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FROM PULLMAN – There's a bit of WSU news and lots of links to get to, and I’m all hopped up on Mountain Dew and feeling a little antsy. So we’re not going to wait until the morning to pass along our coverage and our conference links. Read on for a late-night (early morning) snack.

Tuesday’s happenings are Wednesday’s links

 

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FROM PULLMAN — Woke up, looked out the window and saw some snow still on the ground, which can mean only one thing: it's almost time to drive across Snoqualmie Pass again. Speaking of which, there was a basketball game on that side of the state last night. An ugly one. Read on for that and more.

A lazy Tuesday in the Pac-12

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FROM PULLMAN — There will be plenty more to talk about on the Pac-12 basketball landscape later today. But for now, we have a few links around the conference from a pretty slow Monday. Don't worry though: there are more links after the jump than there were touchdowns scored between LSU and Alabama this season. Read on.

Monday morning Pac-12 links

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FROM PULLMAN — There was news from WSU on Sunday, though not from the sport using the roundball. We have plenty of those kind of links from around the conference, though, so read on.

Colorado 71, WSU 60: The rest of the story

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FROM BOULDER, Colo. — So, what was the deal with Dexter Kernich-Drew starting ahead of Reggie Moore today? Read on as we empty out the notebook following Washington State's 71-60 loss to Colorado on Saturday.

The game that was: Colorado 71, WSU 60

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FROM BOULDER, Colo. — We've filed our game story and will link that when it's available. For now, a quick look at Colorado's 71-60 win here at the Coors Event Center.

Pre-game from the Coors Event Center

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FROM BOULDER, Colo. – We’ve arrived at the Coors Event Center. If you want a better look at it, there’s a video posted above that gives a 360-degree look inside the arena from press row. Warning: my hands weren’t steady enough to keep the camera from shaking. Watch at your own risk. We also have some thoughts on the game below.

WSU hoops: Get to know the Colorado Buffaloes

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FROM BOULDER, CO. — The Colorado Buffaloes finished tied for 10th in the preseason Pac-12 media poll with Washington State. But two games into the conference season, they've registered wins of 40 and 18 points, and are playing as well as anyone in the Pac-12. For some insight into Colorado's season, we turn to Ryan Thorburn of the Daily Camera in Boulder to answer a few questions.

Utes 62, Cougars 60: The rest of the story

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FROM SALT LAKE CITY – The post-mortem continues. Read on for some notes, quotes and observations from tonight’s loss to Utah.

The game that was: Utah 62, WSU 60 (OT)

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FROM SALT LAKE CITY — We'll be back later with some more thoughts and quotes, but for now, a quick summary of Washington State's shocking loss to Utah tonight at the Huntsman Center.

Live from the Huntsman Center, it’s Thursday night

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FROM SALT LAKE CITY – The first couple days on this beat have been a whirlwind, and today that meant a trek from Spokane to Salt Lake City. We’ve arrived at the Huntsman Center with a pre-game post, and a quick look at an arena the Cougars haven’t visited since 2006.

UPDATE: As a couple commenters have pointed out below, the game can be seen live here: http://utahutes.cstv.com/allaccess/

Scouting Utah with a little help from our friends

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FROM PULLMAN — Today we introduce what we hope will be a regular — and informative — feature leading up to game days. It's an interview with the beat writer who covers WSU's next opponent. Read on.

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