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  • Cougars clubbed

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Ken Bone spun on his heels, flung his hands in the air and offered an “aw, shucks” kind of smirk, a show of emotion befitting a …


  • Kansas makes it look easy against WSU

    Ken Bone spun on his heels, flung his hands in the air and offered an “aw, shucks” kind of smirk, a show of emotion befitting a game much closer than …


  • Former Jayhawk Woolridge, Cougars take on Kansas

    KANSAS CITY – A healthy dislike for the University of Arizona turned Royce Woolridge into a Kansas fan a few years back. Wool- ridge, who is from Phoenix, recalls watching …


  • Cougars squander late lead in loss at Pepperdine

    Pepperdine – which has lost at least 20 games in six of the past seven seasons – overcame an eight-point deficit in the final 51/2 minutes of regulation to defeat …


  • Cougars’ signees lauded on, off court

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone lauded their off-court talents as much as their basketball skills. But Bone also thinks the three players Washington State signed to national letters of intent on …


  • Cougars cruise past Utah Valley, but hard road awaits

    PULLMAN – It was the kind of play afforded by a lead as large as Washington State’s. So maybe DaVonte Lacy cheated a bit defensively because the Cougars were already …


  • Cougars cruise to win over Utah Valley

    PULLMAN – It was the kind of play afforded by a lead as large as Washington State’s. So maybe DaVonte Lacy cheated a bit defensively because the Cougars were already …


  • Cougars, Eagles will collide in opener

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy knows it’s coming. Eventually, opposing teams are going to pressure the heck out of Washington State’s guards, knowing the Cougars don’t have a proven ball-handler without …


  • Cougars, Eagles will clash in season opener

    PULLMAN – DaVonte Lacy knows it’s coming.


  • Tough early schedule will show what’s in store for Washington State Cougars

    They know what to expect from Brock Motum. That much, at least, is certain. Otherwise, the Washington State men’s basketball team leaves much to the imagination. Four seniors are gone …


  • Cougs have work to do after exhibition win

    PULLMAN – It wasn’t pretty. But these kinds of games rarely are, especially when a team like Washington State is trying to replace its starting point guard and four departed …


  • WSU pulls away in second half for exhibition win

    PULLMAN – It wasn’t pretty. But these kinds of games rarely are, especially when a team like Washington State is trying to replace its starting point guard and four departed …


  • Coaches say strong Pac-12 good for all

    SAN FRANCISCO – Long ago, back in, say, 1990, Pittsburgh point guard Sean Miller rooted against conference opponents in nonconference games. “I didn’t want them to do as well as …


  • Vandals have tough going in Louisiana

    College football: It’s been a rough couple of trips to Louisiana for the Idaho Vandals. Just weeks after losing 63-14 at LSU, the Vandals returned to the Deep South on …


  • Area Division I college teams to open basketball practice

    For now, the hype is on hold. Gonzaga, coming off a 27-7 season and a 14th consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament, holds its first official team practice today. The …


  • Area colleges turn attention to basketball

    For now, the hype is on hold.


  • WSU basketball team moves on without senior point guard Reggie Moore

    PULLMAN – From an outsider’s perspective, it has been a somewhat tumultuous – and, to be sure, busy – offseason for the Washington State basketball team. There have been personnel …


  • WSU basketball focuses on positives

    PULLMAN – From an outsider’s perspective, it has been a somewhat tumultuous – and, to be sure, busy – offseason for the Washington State basketball team.


  • Point guard tweets ‘WSU’

    Basketball: The Washington State men’s team appears to have found a future solution to its lack of depth at point guard. Ikenna Iroegbu, a 6-foot-2 point guard out of Oak …


  • Cougars sever ties with point guard

    PULLMAN – Washington State announced Monday that senior point guard Reggie Moore, the team’s third-leading scorer last season, has been dismissed by men’s basketball coach Ken Bone for a violation …


  • WSU’s Johnson ruled partial qualifier

    Basketball: Prized freshman basketball player Demarquise “Que” Johnson has been ruled a partial qualifier by the NCAA, and will not be eligible to play for Washington State this season. Johnson, …


  • Hironaka’s role switches with WSU basketball

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone’s desire for a wider recruiting reach means a position change for one of Washington State’s basketball coaches. Jeff Hironaka, who served as an assistant under Bone …


  • Positive feeling

    PULLMAN – Asked to reflect on Washington State’s 2011-12 men’s basketball season, coach Ken Bone couldn’t help but start with the injuries. There was Abe Lodwick’s stress fracture in his …


  • Bone, Cougars had much to appreciate

    Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone finds several positive signs in the Cougars’ recently concluded season. For starters, WSU finished 19-18 for its sixth consecutive winning season.


  • Cougars don’t expect Motum for CBI title game

    It appears as if Washington State will have to find a way win without Brock Motum once more. The Cougars’ leading scorer is again unlikely to play when his team …


  • Pittsburgh tops WSU to force final game in CBI

    PITTSBURGH – After sharing a plane ride across the country and playing a second game in three nights Wednesday night, Washington State and Pitt just can’t get enough of each …


  • Weary Cougars look to close out CBI

    PULLMAN – Washington State knew it would have to rely on multiple contributors to beat Pittsburgh on Monday. Charlie Enquist could feel it. Literally.


  • D.J.’s Pitt stop

    PULLMAN – The suit emphasized the difficulty of this task. Brock Motum looked sharp on Monday night. But it was because he was dressed in a jacket, slacks and dress …


  • Cougars thrilled to host Pitt

    PULLMAN – The opportunity to continue their season was motivation enough for the Washington State Cougars to accept a bid to the College Basketball Invitational. And after winning three games …


  • Cougars welcome Big East challenge

    The opportunity to continue their season was motivation enough for the Washington State Cougars to accept a bid to the College Basketball Invitational. And after winning three games – the …

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