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Four corners: Perrion Callandret expected to start

Idaho received a boost in last Saturday’s win over North Dakota when Perrion Callandret played 24 minutes and scored nine points off the bench.

Four Corners: Home finale for Cougars

Washington State enters the week having lost 11 games and about to play its final two games of the regular season.

Four Corners: Zags go for sweep against Pacific

Gonzaga goes for a season sweep against Pacific after pulling away for a 71-61 victory in Stockton less than a month ago.

Four Corners: EWU out to maintain consistency

Winners of six straight and nine of their last 11 games, the Eagles are riding a wave of momentum into the last road games of the season.

Nic Moore takes over late, lifts No. 16 SMU over Gonzaga

SMU’s Nic Moore and Ben Moore were too much for Gonzaga. Nic Moore broke loose for 25 points and 11 assists, several of those passes going to Ben Moore, who …

Vandals survive against North Dakota

Don Verlin isn’t sure what the most fortunate thing to happen to his team on Saturday was.

Whits roll past Willamette on senior night

No. 5 Whitworth started strong Saturday night and rode senior star George Valle to an impressive 72-53 victory over the same Willamette team that took the Pirates to overtime in …

Jill Barta stars as GU women rout Portland

Jill Barta poured in 27 points and GU outrebounded the Pilots 37-20 in the Zags’ 86-51 rout over Portland on Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center, their third straight win.

WCC roundup: Saint Mary’s beats LMU, reaches 20 wins

Calvin Hermanson scored 16 and Saint Mary’s notched its ninth straight 20-win season with a 68-62 win over Loyola Marymount on Saturday night in Moraga, California.

Wisconsin upsets Maryland for 7th straight win

Vitto Brown scored a career-high 21 points and Wisconsin beat No. 2 Maryland 70-57 on Saturday night, ending the Terrapins’ 27-game home winning streak and knocking them out of first …

Robinson 1st Notre Dame football player elected president

Corey Robinson became the first Notre Dame football player elected as student body president this week. The wide receiver is used to multitasking.

Pac-12 roundup: Stanford sinks first-place Ducks

Michael Humphrey blocked a shot with 4 seconds remaining and Stanford upset No. 11 Oregon 76-72 on Saturday in Stanford, California.

Heisman winner John Lattner dies at 83

John Lattner, the 1953 Heisman Trophy winner who helped lead Notre Dame to a 9-0-1 record and a No. 2 ranking in Frank Leahy’s final year as coach, has died. …

Austin McBroom leads red-hot EWU past Northern Colorado

Austin McBroom scored 37 points, two days after setting a career-high with 35, and Eastern Washington raced past Northern Colorado 97-80 on Saturday.

WSU’s Louise Brown: ‘Facetime on Christmas only goes so far’

Of all the Australians playing college basketball in the Inland Northwest, Louise Brown probably has the toughest challenge.

Gonzaga’s Georgia Stirton: ‘It’s funny how everything has fallen into place so perfectly’

Georgia Stirton is still struck by the serendipity of it all.

EWU’s Venky Jois: ‘If you’re good enough, why not go for it?’

Venky Jois may be the image of Australian basketball success in the Inland Northwest, but that same face wrinkles at the notion that he’s some kind of pioneer.

Idaho’s Geraldine McCorkell: ‘I’ve always dreamed of this’

More than most of the Inland Northwest Aussies, Idaho sophomore Geraldine McCorkell had an idea what she was getting into.

Whitworth’s Christian Jurlina: ‘People are still making fun of my accent’

Ambition can only take you so far, Christian Jurlina discovered three years ago. Sometimes you need a little luck.

Gonzaga uses Oregon products to pound Portland, expand WCC lead

Kyle Wiltjer and Silas Melson enjoyed happy homecomings and Gonzaga drained 15 3-pointers in a surprisingly easy 92-66 victory over Portland in front of packed house Thursday at the Chiles …

Cougars’ upset bid foiled by ‘heck of a shot’ in 2OT loss at Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. – The projectile that glanced off Ernie Kent’s noggin (he believes it was a golf ball, others saw a small bottle of liquor), and landed a fan with …

Austin McBroom propels Eagles to fifth straight victory

Austin McBroom scored a career-high 35 points and Eastern Washington beat North Dakota 95-85 on Thursday night to take over sole possession of third place in the Big Sky Conference.

Jake Straughan steps up with 23 points to lead Idaho past Northern Colorado

Jake Straughan came off the bench to knock down 6 of 7 3-point attempts to score 23 points, including three straight free throws in the final 10 seconds to wrap …

Replay officials could have more say in targeting penalties

Replay officials are likely to have more power when it comes to calling targeting penalties in college football next season.

Bonam scores 18 as Utah beats Washington 90-82

Lorenzo Bonam scored 18 points as Utah defeated Washington 90-82 Wednesday night in Pac-12 play. The Utes broke a two-game losing streak and kept themselves on the fringe of the …

Four corners: Vandals return home

The Vandals are still at least a week away from welcoming starting point guard Perrion Callandret back into the fold from his right foot sprain.

Four corners: Crucial homestand for Eastern

With the end of the regular season just three weeks away, homestands don’t get much bigger than this.

Four Corners: WSU still hobbling

Washington State heads to the mountains in search of its first road win of the season.

Four Corners: Gonzaga faces red-hot Portland

Portland had dropped eight of nine before getting healthy last week with road wins over Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount.

Gonzaga looks to improve at-large resume

Gonzaga’s schedule reads WCC seventh-place Portland on Thursday and 16th-ranked SMU on Saturday.