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  • Rod Jensen joins Cougar women’s basketball staff

    Former Boise State men’s basketball coach Rod Jensen has been hired as the top defensive assistant for the Washington State women’s basketball team. Jensen, who worked under former men’s head …


  • Former WSU coach Bone hired by Montana

    MISSOULA – New Montana men’s basketball coach Travis DeCuire has selected his assistant coaches and named former Washington State head coach Ken Bone as his associate head coach. DeCuire said …


  • Ernie Kent retains Curtis Allen as assistant

    New men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent did not have to travel far to find the third and final member of his coaching staff. Curtis Allen came to WSU as an …


  • Ernie Kent named men’s basketball coach at Washington State

    PULLMAN – Bill Moos enjoyed hiring Ernie Kent so much that he decided to do it again. Kent has been hired by Washington State athletic director Moos as the school’s …


  • Ernie Kent is new WSU men’s basketball coach

    Bill Moos enjoyed hiring Ernie Kent so much that he decided to do it again. Kent has been hired by Washington State athletic director Moos as the school’s new men’s …


  • Leon Rice interviews for WSU job

    Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has interviewed for the vacant coaching position at Washington State University, The Spokesman-Review has learned.


  • Former WSU A.D. Sterk explains why he gave Bone 7-year contract

    Ken Bone may have been dismissed as the men’s basketball coach at Washington State last week, but the school still owes Bone the $1.7 million remaining on the final two …


  • G&T Blog matters: Bone’s final day, What about Tramaine?, Chief all-stars

    A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog SportsLink at spokesman.com/ sportslink. Cougars


  • Sterk explains Bone’s contract

    Ken Bone may have been dismissed as the men’s basketball coach at Washington State last week, but the school still owes Bone the $1.7 million remaining on the final two …


  • Former Coug back as a star for Aztecs

    Xavier Thames left the Inland Northwest as the odd man out at point guard for the Washington State men’s basketball team. He returns as a senior and an All-American candidate …


  • Former Cougar Thames returns as Aztecs star

    Xavier Thames left eastern Washington as the odd man out at point guard for the Washington State men’s basketball team. He returns as a senior and All-America candidate for a …


  • WSU fires basketball coach Ken Bone

    Ken Bone’s tenure as Washington State basketball coach ended shortly after 10 a.m on Tuesday morning. WSU athletic director Bill Moos fired Bone during their annual end-of-season meeting.


  • It’s win-or-go-home time for Cougars

    LAS VEGAS – When the losses piled up for the Washington State Cougars in the latter half of the men’s Pac-12 season they were of little consequence. As WSU’s record …


  • It’s win-or-go-home time for Cougars

    When the losses piled up for the Washington State Cougars in the latter half of the men’s Pac-12 season they were of little consequence.


  • An upset special

    PULLMAN – It was a pair of freshmen that sent Washington State’s seniors off in style Saturday night. In the final game of the regular season the Cougars upended the …


  • Washington State drops to last in Pac-12 with loss to USC

    PULLMAN – Playing against the only Pac-12 team Washington State could reasonably have claimed was in worse shape, the Cougars couldn’t even keep it close at home. WSU hit rock …


  • Four corners notebook: No easy solution to WSU’s shooting

    In Washington State’s loss at Washington last week the Cougars shot poorly enough to have their hunting license revoked. The team was 14 of 35 from the field and 4 …


  • Cougars go cold in Seattle, lose to UW

    SEATTLE – Only DaVonte Lacy could match Washington’s efficiency on Friday night. But he couldn’t keep up with the Huskies’ pack by himself and the UW cruised to a 72-49 …


  • Four corners: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Friday at Washington, 7:30 p.m. (Pac-12 Wash) OUTLOOK: The Cougars (9-16, 2-13 Pac-12) hope to avoid a second-straight last-place finish in the Pac-12 and can go a long …


  • UW coach Lorenzo Romar has WSU coach Ken Bone’s back

    Though the Washington State basketball team has slogged through a disappointing year, the Cougars can still come away from the 2013-14 season with bragging rights, if not much else. WSU …


  • Cougs lead at half, but Ducks run away for win

    EUGENE – The Washington State men’s basketball team frustrated the Pac-12’s highest-scoring offense, rebounded well and held off comeback attempts on the road Sunday night. Unfortunately for WSU, the game …


  • Cougars improve in loss to Beavers

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Washington State Cougars are improving, albeit slowly. After showing that they could compete with good teams against the Bay Area schools last week, the Cougars proved …


  • Four corners: Washington State Cougars

    COMING UP: Tonight at Oregon State, 6 (Pac-12 Wash.); Sunday at Oregon, 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Wash.) OUTLOOK: The Cougars are playing better basketball of late but have yet to translate …


  • Bone dangling in exasperating season

    PULLMAN – Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone has two years left on his contract but with the Cougars (9-16, 2-11 Pac-12) likely to miss the NCAA tournament for the …


  • Tall Cardinal overpower Cougars

    PULLMAN – During the National Anthem prior to Washington State’s game against Stanford, WSU assistant coach Rod Jensen looked over at the Cougars opponent, turned to coach Ken Bone and …


  • Tall Cardinal overpower Cougars

    During the National Anthem prior to Washington State’s game against Stanford, WSU assistant coach Rod Jensen looked over at the Cougars opponent, turned to coach Ken Bone and observed, “Man, …


  • Cougs shoot lights out, still lose to Bears

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy and Washington State tried to balance out a season’s worth of poor shooting against California, pouring in 3-pointers at a rate befitting a team that was …


  • Cougars haven’t thrown in towel

    PULLMAN – A win over California today would be an insignificant bullet point on Washington State’s NCAA tournament resume, which could not render a compelling candidacy through any amount of …


  • Cougars out of luck, but not persistence

    A win over California today would be an insignificant bullet point on Washington State’s NCAA Tournament resume, which could not render a compelling candidacy through any amount of revising, rewriting …


  • Utes jump on top of Cougars, coast to victory

    SALT LAKE CITY – The snow-capped hills encompassing Salt Lake City are dwarves compared to Mt. Rainier or any real mountain, although they similarly dominate the city’s skyline due to …

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