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WSU linebacker Chester Su’a arrested

WSU sophomore linebacker Chester Su’a was arrested on an outstanding warrant Friday afternoon for failure to appear in court on a misdemeanor hit-and-run charge, Pullman Police Sgt. Dan Dornes said.


In brief: Three WSU soccer players make All-Pac 12

SOCCER: Three Washington State soccer players are second-team selections to the All-Pac 12 team announced Wednesday. Honorees include junior defender Rachael Doyle of North Epping, New South Wales, Australia; senior …


Cougars’ Long, Laurenzi arrested

College football: Two potential starters on the Washington State football team were arrested in separate incidents during the past four days. Starting senior linebacker Travis Long, who is representing WSU …


Reactions to NCAA penalties against Penn State

Reaction to the NCAA penalties against Penn State.


UPDATED: Mon., July 23, 2012, 12:27 p.m.

NCAA fines Penn State, strips victories

INDIANAPOLIS — No death penalty. More like slow death. Wiped out in the record book. Wiped out in the wallet. Wiped out in the ability to recruit, and keep what …


Famed Paterno statue torn down

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Shortly after Penn State tore down its famed statue of coach Joe Paterno, the NCAA announced Sunday it would impose “corrective and punitive” sanctions against the …


WSU’s Leach, Moos offer opinions on Penn State scandal

Blame will be assigned. Punishment will be meted. And by the time it’s over, Jerry Sandusky might not be the only former Penn State staffer behind bars. Should, then, the …


NCAA retains APR system

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA is keeping the academic performance procedures it uses to determine postseason eligibility, an issue that has angered Connecticut after the Huskies’ men’s basketball team was banned …


Whitworth baseball enjoys successful ride

It’s not hard to understand what Dan Ramsay was feeling when his Whitworth team clinched its first NCAA tournament bid last weekend. “The feeling I had at the end of …


Bulldogs top Miami, 65-54, headed to Sweet Sixteen

The University of Miami entered Monday night’s second-round NCAA women’s basketball tournament game with Gonzaga University toting a national ranking of eight, a 26-5 record and a third-seed in the …


UPDATED: Sat., March 17, 2012, 8:19 p.m.

Gonzaga takes care of Rutgers, 86-73

Gonzaga showed it’s not a soft team by plastering Rutgers in an 86-73 win in front of a sold-out crowd of 5,680 at the McCarthey Athletic Center in the opening …


Idaho trio back together at Southern Miss

PITTSBURGH – Southern Mississippi’s practice at Consol Energy Center was over and the coaching staff huddled to decide the next move: another practice at an area gym or take in …


West Virginia ‘hillbilly’ unabashed about loyalties

Deep in the heart of Zag Nation, a hillbilly stands alone. Charles R. Huggins is the name, although “Hillbilly Huggins” is how he introduced himself to me on the phone.


Mizell dismissed from Washington State football team

Linebacker C.J. Mizell has been dismissed from the Washington State football team for a violation of team policy, the school announced Tuesday.


NCAA board delays expense allowance

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA Division I Board of Directors still believes scholarship limits should be expanded. It just wants time to work out the details.


Chiverton’s hot shooting leads Eastern to win

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Collin Chiverton scored 21 points and made six 3-point shots as Eastern Washington defeated Sacramento State 65-60 on Thursday night. Cliff Colimon added 17 points – including …


Eastern’s Mitchell wins Walter Payton Award

His debut year, a national championship. The next year, the Walter Payton Award.


Tigers overwhelm Cavaliers for victory in Chick-fil-A Bowl

ATLANTA – Onterio McCalebb was motivated by speculation that the suspension of star running back Mike Dyer could take the punch out of Auburn’s running game. He had an answer.


NCAA puts $2,000 stipend on hold

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA is putting its $2,000 stipend on hold. The governing body said Thursday the number of schools seeking an override had reached 125 – the necessary number …


NCAA wants to establish guidelines to protect minors on campus

INDIANAPOLIS – Mark Emmert is willing to help colleges and universities do a better job protecting minors on campus. In the wake of two disturbing child sex-abuse allegations in the …


Area college athletic programs weigh in on NCAA reforms

The NCAA’s Board of Directors passed five major reform initiatives last week in Indianapolis, including allowing schools to supply some athletes with up to $2,000 per year in living expenses.


NCAA directors adopt package of reforms

On Thursday, the Division I Board of Directors approved a package of reforms that gives conferences the option of adding more money to scholarship offers, schools the opportunity to award …


NCAA poised to make sweeping changes

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA is putting reform on the fast track. Money to address complaints that scholarships don’t cover the full cost of attendance? Check. Multiyear scholarships? Check. Changes in …


NCAA graduation rates hit record high

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA released its annual report on graduation rates Tuesday and proudly declared that college athletes are earning degrees at record rates and outpacing their fellow students by …


Oregon State holds off Arizona for first football win of the season

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Sean Mannion threw for 267 yards and two touchdowns and Oregon State defeated the mistake-prone Arizona Wildcats 37-27 on Saturday for the Beavers’ first victory of the …


Around the Big Sky

Montana 33, Idaho St. 0: Brody McKnight kicked four field goals to lead the 16th-ranked Grizzlies to a win over the Bengals on Saturday in Pocatello, Idaho. Montana’s (4-2, 3-1 …


Miami case brings back talk of NCAA ‘death penalty’

INDIANAPOLIS – NCAA President Mark Emmert says he’s willing to back up his tough talk on punishing rule-breakers – even using the “death penalty” as a deterrent. With salacious allegations …


Woods to end 3-month layoff at Firestone

Golf: Tiger Woods finally gets back to golf next week at the Bridgestone Invitational, ending an 11-week break to heal injuries to his left leg. Woods used his website to …


Fighting over Sioux name and logo

North Dakota political leaders are asking the NCAA not to penalize the University of North Dakota for following a state law requiring the school to keep its Fighting Sioux name …


Bengals receiver Ochocinco takes on bull riding

NFL: Chad Ochocinco now is going to try bull riding. The Cincinnati Bengals receiver who earlier this year had a tryout with Sporting Kansas City of Major League Soccer, has …