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Looking back at USC

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Video: Ernie Kent after USC

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Video: DaVonté Lacy and Junior Longrus after USC

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Video: Dexter Kernich-Drew after USC

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WSU to be featured on “The Drive” tomorrow

The WSU men’s basketball team will be featured on “The Drive,” the Pac-12’s weekly behind-the-scenes documentary show. Read more

Ernie Kent doesn’t see freshman ineligibility on the horizon

The idea of reverting back to an old NCAA rule that prohibited athletes from competing as freshman may seem outlandish, but it has some big endorsers. Read more

Morning links: Xavier Cooper boosts his stock at the combine

Representatives from the Detroit Lions played a lowlight clip for Xavier Cooper and grilled him about one of his worst plays. Read more

Andrews’ 3-pointer lifts Huskies over Cougars

PULLMAN – The emotions moving through the Washington State players and fans after an 87-84 loss to Washington on Sunday were those of disbelief, confusion and, ultimately, exasperation. The Cougars (11-15, 5-9 Pac-12) did almost everything they needed to triumph, right up to forcing Andrew Andrews into a 25-foot dagger to win the game with 2.7 seconds left and send a crowd that was reaching a fever pitch as it prepared for extra basketball grumbling toward the exits. Read more

Video: DaVonté Lacy, Josh Hawkinson and Que Johnson after UW

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Video: Ernie Kent after UW

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Final stats: WSU vs. UW

Final stats from WSU’s 87-84 loss to UW on Sunday. Read more

Cougars men expect to face quicker Huskies team tonight in Pullman

PULLMAN – Since Washington State beat Washington in Pac-12 men’s basketball in Seattle two months ago, the Huskies have seen their NCAA tournament hopes flushed, booted their best player and lost their last seven games. When Robert Upshaw was dismissed, UW lost a foundational defensive player who still has 10 more blocked shots than any other Pac-12 player, that after three weeks of not playing. Read more

WSU’s attendance could skyrocket on Sunday

Washington State’s game against Arizona last week was the highest-attended home game of the season but history shows the Cougars should top it this weekend. Read more

DaVonté Lacy impersonates Ernie Kent

The Pac-12 Networks asked some players to impersonate their head coaches yesterday. It clearly wasn’t the first time for DaVonté Lacy. Read more

Ernie Kent Q&A: Empathy among rivals

Washington’s Lorenzo Romar comes to Pullman on Sunday riding the hottest seat of his career. His coaching opponent, WSU’s Ernie Kent, knows how he feels. Read more

Looking back at Arizona

It’s rivalry week at Washington State and the Cougars will try to sweep the regular-season series with the Huskies for the first time since the 2010-11 season. But first we have to put yesterday’s game to bed. Read more

To progress, Cougs can’t ignore loss

PULLMAN – In the last episode of Baby Steps Toward a Basketball Renaissance, Dexter Kernich-Drew had just gutted Arizona State with an implausible shot and delirium ruled at Friel Court. Washington State had taken down the team that had taken down Arizona, the most gifted collaboration this side of Kentucky, and the extrapolation made anything possible. But rather than get swept away on this endorphin wave, Cougars coach Ernie Kent dog-paddled for a brief moment. Read more

Cougs give Daugherty 400th win

Lia Galdeira scored 23 points on and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead Washington State to a 61-52 win over Utah in Salt Lake City on Sunday, giving coach June Daugherty her 400th career win. Daugherty is 400-371 in her 26th season, the first seven at Boise State followed by 11 at Washington. Read more

No. 7 Arizona has its way with Cougars

PULLMAN – It’s been a blessing for Washington State to only face Arizona one time during each of the past two seasons. Whether the games are played in Tucson or Pullman the bigger, faster, more skilled Wildcats abused the Cougars even more than one would expect between a team firmly atop the top of the Pac-12 and one fighting for a spot in sight of the conference’s middle. Read more

Blanchette: To progress, Cougs can’t shrug off losses like this

In the last episode of Baby Steps Toward a Basketball Renaissance, Dexter Kernich-Drew had just gutted Arizona State with an implausible shot and delirium ruled at Friel Court. Read more

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