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Huskies finish trip to Big Apple with 0-2 mark

NEW YORK – The Washington Huskies spent almost a week in New York City. They got to see some Broadway shows and other points of interest. They also got to …


Moore’s shot lifts WSU over Idaho

MOSCOW – Reggie Moore calmly buried a 20-foot jumper with what turned out to be 0.9 seconds left, lifting Washington State to a 66-64 nonconference basketball victory over the University …


Cougs break loose, stifling Eastern with defense

PULLMAN – With 6 minutes, 48 seconds left in Washington State’s rout of Eastern Washington on Saturday, the Eagles’ Cliff Ederaine finally shook free of the Cougars’ defense. One bounce …


Blanchette: Short-handed Cougs teach EWU tough lesson

PULLMAN – From the debris here Saturday afternoon emerged two telling details, one mathematical and the other metaphorical. The math: 20 points, 13 rebounds for Washington State’s Charlie Enquist, an …


A gut check for UCLA in title game against Oregon

LOS ANGELES – If there is a contemporary poster player for UCLA’s “Gutty Little Bruins” reputation from long ago, it is senior linebacker Sean Westgate. Westgate arrived at UCLA as …


WSU, former Texas Tech coach agree to five-year contract

PULLMAN – Nov. 16 was one of the most important dates in Washington State’s more than 100-year football history, and only two men knew it. That was the day WSU …


Karr’s late layup gives Gonzaga win over WSU

PULLMAN – There wasn’t much time left when Washington State’s Ireti Amojo knocked down a 3-pointer in front of her team’s bench on Wednesday. But Gonzaga’s Taelor Karr proved that …


Cougars quarterbacks excited about future

PULLMAN – Ask quarterback Jeff Tuel about Wednesday hiring of Mike Leach as Washington State’s head football coach and he just smiles. “I might have to ice my arm after …


Lucrative WSU deal brings Mike Leach to Pullman

On Tuesday, Washington State – in the view of one of its old guard – lost its innocence. On Wednesday, the Cougars lost their minds.


Cougars don’t get much of a test from short-handed Grambling

PULLMAN – Despite all the buzz on the Washington State campus over the hiring of football coach Mike Leach, not a lot of that transferred to Beasley Coliseum. But it …


Cougars blow 14-point lead, lose to UC Riverside

ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Washington State Cougars squandered a 14-point lead in the second half, then watched Phil Martin make a driving layup with 14 seconds left that gave UC …


Wulff and Moos meet, but no decision reached

PULLMAN – One day after a 38-21 Apple Cup defeat ended a 4-8 football season, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos and coach Paul Wulff met in Moos’ office for …


Statistics: WSU v. Washington

For 11-27-2011


Huskies find sense of relief in victory

SEATTLE – Before the Washington Huskies hoisted the Apple Cup, they dumped their burden. It’s hard to determine what they celebrated more: victory or relief. They were giddy about receiving …


How they scored: WSU, UW

First quarter UW 7, WSU 0


Stanford’s Luck breaks Elway’s mark for career TD passes

STANFORD, Calif. – Andrew Luck walked back into the overcrowded home locker room at Stanford Stadium, greeted by hugs and handshakes and serenaded with a chant that suited him just …


Foles ties school passing records in Arizona win

TUCSON, Ariz. – Nick Foles threw for 352 yards and three touchdowns in his final game for Arizona, and the Wildcats held off Louisiana-Lafayette 45-37 on Saturday. Foles, whose status …


Oregon wins Civil War to earn spot in Pac-12 title game

EUGENE, Ore. – It became clear that LaMichael James wasn’t too badly hurt when he and Oregon teammate Kenjon Barner danced on the sidelines before the start of the fourth …


Blanchette: Wulff’s view of his work blurs reality

SEATTLE – As the curtain fell on another Mediocrity Cup, the great disconnect of football at Washington State was again revealed. Today or Monday, Cougars athletic director Bill Moos will …


Huskies put Cougs in early hole, take Apple Cup victory

SEATTLE – The start couldn’t have been much worse. And the finish wasn’t much better. Add it up and Washington State had lost its third consecutive Apple Cup, falling 38-21 …


Wulff’s future with Washington State hangs in balance

SEATTLE – Bill Moos has a big decision to make this week. The Washington State athletic director said all season long he’ll decide after the 2011 football season ends whether …


Vince Grippi’s Keys to the WSU-UW Game

What went right The second quarter was about as well as Washington State can play offensively. With Marshall Lobbestael given time, he carved up the Husky secondary to the tune …


Washington bounces back from loss with win at home

SEATTLE – Those who were curious about how the University of Washington men’s basketball team might bounce back from a humbling loss at St. Louis last Sunday were still wondering …


Colorado edges Utah to put UCLA in Pac-12 title game

SALT LAKE CITY – Inheriting a lengthy losing streak in road games never sat well with Colorado Buffaloes coach Jon Embree. A program that had produced Heisman Trophy winners and …


Cal outscores Arizona State

TEMPE, Ariz. – C.J. Anderson scored three touchdowns, Isi Sofele ran for 145 yards and another score and California ended the regular season with a 47-38 win over Arizona State …


Cougars’ Rankin gives thanks to ‘Miss Gail’

PULLMAN – The tunnel the players use to walk into Martin Stadium is dark. Such was the case Saturday afternoon, not too long before the Cougars’ final home football game …


Rivalry chaos

PULLMAN – The biggest Pac-12 story of the week came Monday, when Arizona athletic director Greg Byrne tweeted the news he had a new football coach. It is Rich Rodriguez, …


Pac-12 notebook: Rivalry games won’t be the same

The rivalry games in the old Pac-10 had a perfect symmetry, with three state and two urban-area rivals squaring off, usually in the final week or two of the season. …


Aden scores 21 as WSU earns road victory

PORTLAND – At this early point of the season, the rebuilding job that is Washington State basketball is progressing in baby steps. On Sunday night, most of the baby steps …


Lacerated liver sidelines Halliday for Apple Cup

PULLMAN – Washington State redshirt freshman Connor Halliday suffered a lacerated liver during the Cougars’ 30-27 overtime loss to Utah on Saturday and will miss this week’s Apple Cup. “He …