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  • Status remains unclear for WSU’s Lacy

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy’s sophomore season was marred by separate knee injuries that kept him out of six games in November and the final three games of the season. Now, …


  • UW hangs on, tops Hartford

    SEATTLE – C.J. Wilcox’s second-half patience as well as his pacifism helped the Washington Huskies break away from stubborn Hartford for a 73-67 victory Sunday night. Wilcox, the Huskies senior …


  • Sankey ties record in Fight Hunger win

    SAN FRANCISCO – A tumultuous month that started with coach Steve Sarkisian leaving for another job ended with a milestone win for Washington. Bishop Sankey ran for 95 yards and …


  • Commentary: Washington prevails despite drama and turmoil

    SAN FRANCISCO – The Washington Huskies no longer Bark for Sark. The temporary new theme, it seems, is to act screwy for Tui. A turbulent three weeks in the wake …


  • Price’s detractors look beyond big numbers

    SAN FRANCISCO – There seems to be little consensus on Keith Price’s rightful place on the all-time list of Washington’s greatest quarterbacks. It seems few players at that position, at …


  • Cougars can’t catch Miners

    PULLMAN – The Washington State men’s basketball team came out flat and just couldn’t make enough second-half shots to matter as it lost 64-51 at home against Texas-El Paso on …


  • USC stomps Fresno State in Vegas

    LAS VEGAS – Southern California wrapped up its rocky football season by rolling over Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl. Cody Kessler passed for 344 yards and a bowl-record …


  • Miners put Cougs in early hole to win on road

    PULLMAN – The Washington State men’s basketball team came out flat and just couldn’t make enough second-half shots to matter as it lost 64-51 at home against Texas-El Paso on …


  • Record nine Pac-12 schools go bowling

    The Pac-12 Conference is sending a record nine football teams to play in bowl games to cap the 2013 season, with only Cal and relative conference newcomers Utah and Colorado …


  • Huskies can’t hold halftime lead vs. San Diego St.

    SAN DIEGO – After a promising first half in which Washington held a nine-point lead at the break, the Huskies gave it all back to No. 24 San Diego State. …


  • Cardinal, Sun Devils face off in Pac-12 title game

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Not long after Arizona State’s late rally fell short in an early-season loss at Stanford, receiver Jaelen Strong said he hoped the Sun Devils would get another …


  • Huskies lured Petersen from Boise

    SEATTLE – From all corners, the reaction to Washington’s new football coaching hire – overwhelmingly positive reaction, this time – seemed to circle back to the same common thread. The …


  • UCLA earns rare triumph at Coliseum

    LOS ANGELES – Brett Hundley passed for 208 yards and rushed for two touchdowns, leading No. 22 UCLA past No. 23 Southern California 35-14 Saturday night and winning the crosstown …


  • Stanford outlasts Notre Dame

    STANFORD, Calif. – Wayne Lyons intercepted two passes from Tommy Rees late in the fourth quarter, and No. 8 Stanford held off No. 25 Notre Dame 27-20 on Saturday night …


  • Utah holds off Colorado with late interception

    SALT LAKE CITY – Kelvin York rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns and Trevor Reilly had a late interception to help Utah slide by Colorado 24-17 on Saturday afternoon. …


  • Oregon sweeps WSU in volleyball

    Liz Brenner led three players in double figures with 15 kills Wednesday night as Oregon swept Washington State 25-22, 25-22, 25-19 in Pac-12 play at Pullman. Ariana Williams and Martenne …


  • Big Sky honors Eagles QB again

    College football: In what could be a prelude to the Big Sky Conference and national awards, Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams was named the Big Sky Offensive Player of the …


  • Apple Cup fraught with meaning this year

    The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat.


  • First-half drought costs WSU at the end

    It’s not easy for any basketball team to win when it goes an entire quarter of the game without scoring. Washington State learned that lesson on Sunday, falling 64-62 to …


  • Eastern’s Pulu makes most of second chance

    When Andru Pulu talks about his Eastern Washington football teammates, it’s usually in future tense, as if he doesn’t want it to end. “We have something special here, the offense …


  • Hoosiers, Williams trounce Huskies, 102-84

    NEW YORK – The Washington Huskies entered Thursday night’s 2K Sports Classic basketball semifinal intent on stopping Indiana touted freshman Noah Vonleh. However, another Hoosiers freshman, starting forward Troy Williams, …


  • Bowl talk doesn’t bowl over Cougars

    To listen to the Washington State football players and coaches you’d think they’d never heard of a bowl game, and would reject any invitation to postseason play.


  • A WSU victory today at Arizona would go a long way toward displaying progress

    TUCSON, Ariz. – A lot has happened since the last time the Washington State football team faced Arizona in 2010. Both programs fired underperforming coaches and hired high-profile replacements known …


  • UCLA beats UW; Price injured

    PASADENA, Calif. – Myles Jack was surprised when he learned the identity of the last UCLA running back to score four rushing touchdowns nearly a decade ago. “Wow, Maurice Jones-Drew …


  • Victory for WSU would go a long way

    While the bowl-eligible Arizona Wildcats appear further along in their rebuilding process than the Cougars, WSU can take a big step on the road to respectability with a win in …


  • 7-6 freshman leads Irvine over Huskies

    SEATTLE – The tallest NCAA player came up big on Thursday night when 7-foot-6 freshman Mamadou Ndiaye scored 18 points and added nine blocks and eight rebounds to lead UC …


  • Arizona’s Carey playing with bigger chip on his shoulder

    Ka’Deem Carey has always run with ferocity, bursting through the line of scrimmage like a bottle rocket, punishing defenders who would dare to try tackling him.


  • Ducks dropped by Cardinal

    STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford squashed Oregon’s national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. Florida State might want to send the Cardinal a thank you card. Tyler Gaffney …


  • Cougars open basketball season vs. Roadrunners

    The Washington State men’s basketball team opens its season tonight in Beasely Coliseum against Cal State Bakersfield. The Roadrunners are looking for their first win against a Pac-12 opponent in …


  • WSU football gets back to work

    There may not be a game this weekend for the Washington State football team’s starters to prepare for, but for the younger players who line the sidelines on Saturdays this …

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