Cougars handle SJSU

PULLMAN – There was only so much Washington State could do to impress against an opponent that would have been outmanned in the best of circumstances on Sunday. And it was far from the best of circumstances for visiting San Jose State, which suited up … Read more

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Ernie Kent Q&A: coaching confidence

Since arriving at WSU, Ernie Kent has said that the greatest barrier between the Cougars and success is a lack of … Read more

Looking back at the UTSA win

Washington State’s 91-71 win over Texas San-Antonio on Saturday was insightful, but not indicative. The Cougars a… Read more

‘Embarassed’ Lacy sparks Cougs’ victory

PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars left Beasley Coliseum ice-cold following an embarrassing display of poor shooting in their last game. But the Cougars sizzled on Saturday during a 91-71 romp over visiting Texas-San Antonio. Of course, somebody had already preheated the gym. Read more

Lacy and the Cougars get hot against UTSA

Washington State dominated Texas-San Antonio despite some struggles with turnovers. You can overcome a lot when yo… Read more

Video: Ernie Kent after UTSA

A transcription of Kent’s remarks is after the jump. … Read more

Video: DaVonte Lacy, Ike Iroegbu and Trevor Dunbar after UTSA

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Jordan Railey punctuates WSU win with a dunk

With less than a minute on the clock, most fans were hoping for one more 3-pointer to break the Washington State s… Read more

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Kent addresses first-half suspensions

Today Washington State men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent answered questions from the media, including a few about … Read more

Cougars bounce back with win over Rice

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Josh Hawkinson had a career-high 27 points, and Washington State beat Rice 76-74 in the consolation round of the Great Alaska Shootout on Friday. Ny Redding’s free throws with 1:33 left put Washington State (2-3) up 70-62. But WSU made only four of its next eight free throws and Rice (1-4) closed within 74-72. Read more

WSU wins, can still finish fourth

Washington State beat Rice, 76-74, behind 27 points from sophomore forward Josh Hawkinson. The Cougars will play … Read more

WSU at TCU: Stats, notes and final thoughts

Washington State didn’t get on the scoreboard until TCU had scored 14 points and it never got better for the Couga… Read more

ROOT picks up WSU at TCU

Washington State’s basketball game at TCU tonight just got a little easier for fans in the Northwest to watch beca… Read more

WSU basketball: box score and a couple thoughts

Tonight I covered Washington State’s NCAA Division One Soccer Championship game against Seattle University, so I d… Read more

WSU men’s basketball team opens season at UTEP

PULLMAN – Washington State will open its men’s basketball season on the road for the first time since 2006 as first-year coach Ernie Kent takes the Cougars on a two-game Texas swing before next Friday’s home opener. Tonight, the Cougars will tip off the 2014-15 season at Texas-El Paso in Kent’s first official game as a head coach since his dismissal at Oregon following the 2010 season. The Cougars will then travel to TCU for Monday’s game against the Horned Frogs. Read more

WSU basketball signs four

Today the basketball fall signing period began and new WSU coach Ernie Kent’s recruiting class got its faxes in qu… Read more