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  • WSU balance takes charge after Moore’s suspension

    STANFORD, Calif. – One man’s misfortune can be another’s opportunity. With starting point guard Reggie Moore in street clothes, suspended indefinitely Saturday by Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone for …

  • WSU beats Stanford without Moore

    Klay Thompson had 21 points, Faisal Aden scored 20 and Washington State ended Stanford’s unbeaten streak at home with a 61-58 victory Saturday. It was announced before the game that …

  • Cougars lose in overtime

    Freshman Allen Crabbe had a career-high 30 points, Harper Kamp scored 18 and California held on to beat Washington State 88-81 in overtime Thursday night.

  • Stanford hex has vexed Cougars

    Washington State redshirt junior Abe Lodwick can remember celebrating on every Pac-10 basketball court except one: Stanford’s. That’s simple. The Cougars haven’t won in Maples Pavilion since March 5, 2005, …

  • Washington State Cougars’ outlook

    RECORD: 12-4 overall, 2-2 Pac-10 COMING UP: Tonight at Cal, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday at Stanford, 5 p.m.

  • Moore, Thompson lift Cougars over Ducks

    PULLMAN – Reggie Moore didn’t lead Washington State in scoring Saturday night – Klay Thompson did that for the 11th time this season – but don’t be misled. It was …

  • WSU puts away Oregon

    Klay Thompson had 16 points and Reggie Moore 15 as Washington State defeated Oregon 77-63 Saturday night.

  • WSU turns to dunk to pick up its first Pac-10 victory

    PULLMAN – There’s nothing more dynamic in college basketball than a high-flying, power-filled dunk from someone on the home team. Unless it’s four of them in less than five minutes.

  • WSU slams past Oregon State

    WSU turns to dunk shots to put away Oregon State.

  • Washington State Cougars basketball outlook

    RECORD: 10-4 overall, 0-2 Pac-10 COMING UP: Today vs. Oregon State, 7 p.m.; Saturday vs. Oregon, 7:30 p.m. (FSN).

  • In brief: Cougs’ Moore faces pot counts

    The Whitman County prosecutor’s office cited Washington State starting point guard Reggie Moore for two misdemeanor drug counts Tuesday related to a December search of a Scott Hall room, according …

  • Cougars guard coming off spate of poor shooting

    PULLMAN – It wouldn’t seem as if a 10-4 college basketball team should be facing a must-win week. But that seems to be the case for the Washington State Cougars.

  • WSU’s Moore cited

    WSU basketball player Reggie Moore is cited for two misdemeanor drug counts. He will play in tonight’s game against Oregon State.

  • Trojans hold off Cougars in wild finish

    LOS ANGELES – For those of you wondering what would happen to this edition of the Washington State men’s basketball team if it shots weren’t falling, here’s your answer. The …

  • One more stop before home

    LOS ANGELES – DeAngelo Casto and his teammates are tired of the road. Tired of being away from friends and family, tired of hotel rooms, tired of riding buses. They’re …

  • Bruins dominate 2nd half to beat Cougs

    LOS ANGELES – Headed into the locker room at halftime, Washington State’s Cougars had a bounce in their step. An explosive 4-minute run had given them an eight-point edge as …

  • WSU team a lot like last junior group that excelled

    PULLMAN – The similarities are interesting. Maybe not to the eerie level, but interesting nonetheless.

  • Blanchette: Cougs primed to win elusive Pac-10 title

    In the interests of full disclosure, it should be pointed out that just 50 weeks ago in this space, the following question was posed: Why can’t Washington State win the …

  • Butler uses 15-0 run to bury Cougars in tourney title game

    The Butler Bulldogs rode sophomore Gordon Hayward and a strong supporting cast on a magical drive to the NCAA title game last season, coming up a basket short against Duke. …

  • Butler clobbers Cougars in second half to win easily

    The Butler Bulldogs rode sophomore Gordon Hayward and a strong supporting cast on a magical drive to the NCAA title game last season, coming up a basket short against Duke. …

  • WSU squanders big lead before snaring Bears

    HONOLULU – Washington State headed for the Hawaiian Islands and the Diamond Head Classic this week wanting to make a statement. The Cougars made three big ones Thursday, and now …

  • WSU catches fire in second half to dispatch Mississippi State

    Tuesday evening, Marcus Capers put on a show for his 21st birthday, taking center stage during a hula dance at the Diamond Head Classic’s pretournament show. Wednesday morning, Washington State’s …

  • Basketball notebook: Daugherty’s Cougars improve

    June Daugherty isn’t judging her team by wins – yet. The Washington State women’s basketball team didn’t pick up as many Ws in the preseason as the coach had hoped …

  • WSU’s good tourney showing may open nation’s eyes

    A little more than two years ago, Washington State opened a basketball tournament in Newark, N.J. against Mississippi State. Today the Cougars (8-1) will open a basketball tournament in Honolulu …

  • Cougs come back to beat Santa Clara

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. – For 39 minutes, 24 seconds Sunday night, the Santa Clara Broncos were perfect from the free-throw line. Thirty attempts, 30 makes. But with less than a …

  • Capers, WSU junior, rises to challenge on court

    PULLMAN – There are bookends to Marcus Capers’ Washington State basketball career. On one end is a typical practice his first year, when then-coach Tony Bennett would regularly chew on …

  • Cougs display flashes of recent elite teams

    PULLMAN – Going into tonight’s matchup with Texas-Pan American in the Spokane Arena, it can be said Washington State has been here before. And you would have more than one …

  • Blanchette: WSU sends humbled Zags back to drawing board

    PULLMAN – On the bright side for the Gonzaga Bulldogs, at least the scoreboard at their arena works. Not that the Zags seem to have much need for it this …

  • WSU gets chance to show Zags it knows how to close out games

    PULLMAN – It was just another friendly game between two schools some 80 miles apart. Game No. 144 in a rivalry that stretches back more than 100 years.

  • Wildcats offer WSU tough test

    PULLMAN – When it comes to tonight’s visit by fifth-ranked Kansas State here to face Washington State in the Pac-10/Big 12 Hardwood Series, the Cougars’ fans have one question. WSU …



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