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  • Cougars’ collapse fuels rally by Stanford

    STANFORD, Calif. – Jeremy Green hit an open 15-foot jumper with 4.6 seconds left Thursday, lifting the Stanford Cardinal over visiting Washington State in a Pacific-10 basketball game, 60-58, before …


  • Cougars blow big lead, lose

    Jeremy Green scored 18 of his 24 points in the second half, including the game-winner with 4.6 seconds left, as Stanford rallied from an 18-point deficit Thursday to beat Washington …


  • Casto stepped up big for Cougars

    PULLMAN – The House of Coug a house of cards? Saturday seemed the likely afternoon to find out. The tipping point, if there was going to be one, had arrived.


  • Cougs freeze from outside

    PULLMAN – Usually, succeeding on two out of three things is pretty good. But it wasn’t enough, not nearly enough, for Washington State University’s men’s basketball team Thursday night against …


  • Sun Devils top Cougars

    Ty Abbott scored 18 points and had nine rebounds as Arizona State beat Washington State 81-70 in college basketball on Thursday.


  • Bone has faith in Thompson

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone is sure of one thing. Klay Thompson is a great shooter. No matter the Washington State sophomore is shooting just 36.6 percent from the floor in …


  • UW snuffs Cougs

    SEATTLE – Xavier Thames took a couple of dribbles, squared up and let fly. His 18-foot jumper hit nothing but net. Two seconds later, the Washington State Cougars were headed …


  • Huskies throttle Cougars

    Huskies run away from Cougars in second half for easy men’s basketball win.


  • Series of events led point guard Moore to Cougs

    PULLMAN – Really, Reggie Moore even being at Washington State was iffy at best. If Lute Olson were still at Arizona, Moore might be sporting a purple W Saturday instead …


  • Notebook: Confident Gray on hot streak

    Gonzaga junior guard Steven Gray has put together a solid four-game stretch, averaging 17.3 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists. He’s made 55 percent of his shots and 84.6 percent …


  • They need Niknames

    LOS ANGELES – Road trips can include strange arenas, strange beds, strange places and friendly faces. College basketball is no different.


  • WSU rallies to beat USC

    Washington State rallies from 15 points down to defeat USC in men’s basketball at Los Angeles.


  • Bone considers lineup changes

    PULLMAN – What do 17-7, 28-8 and 10-2 have in common? Those are the deficits, in chronological order, Washington State University has faced at the outset of its last three …


  • Cougars hold on for win

    PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars must have enjoyed Thursday night’s script. Enough, in fact, to put on a repeat performance Saturday. Only this time, the Cougar men’s basketball team …


  • Cougs hold on for win

    The Washington State Cougars must have enjoyed Thursday night’s script. Enough, in fact, to put on a repeat performance Saturday.


  • WSU falls at home to Cal

    PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Jerome Randle scored a career-high 39 points as California beat Washington State 93-88 on Thursday to retain first place in the Pac-10.


  • Cougars’ Watson finds peace in life’s third act

    PULLMAN – James Watson can divide his life roughly into thirds. The first seven years are heartache, spent mainly in Tulsa, Okla., tethered to his biological mother. Those years are …


  • John Blanchette: Pac-10 ripe for Cougars to pounce

    To review: In the past week, Oregon State suffered a 51-point defeat at home to a school that hasn’t played Division I basketball in 30 years, then showed up in …


  • Cougars falter at Arizona State

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Sometimes a box score can tell the entire story of a college basketball game. Sometimes it only scratches the surface. The latter was the case Sunday afternoon …


  • Technical call in WSU-Oregon game wrong, official claims

    The controversy over the Oregon-Washington State men’s basketball game last week took a new turn Thursday when a key figure on the NCAA rules committee said an important element wasn’t …


  • NCAA official criticizes call against WSU

    The controversy over the Oregon-Washington State men’s basketball game last week took a new turn Thursday when a key figure on the NCAA rules committee said an important element wasn’t …


  • Cougars expect McKale frenzy

    The Washington State Cougars have played in a couple of hostile environments this season, losing in early December in the cacophony of sound that is Gonzaga’s McCarthey Athletic Center and …


  • Time to refocus

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone’s cell phone and computer have been busy. The Washington State University men’s basketball coach said Friday he’s received more than 30 messages since Thursday night from …


  • Cougars count on Casto to shore up inside defense

    PULLMAN – DeAngelo Casto knows it’s what he has to do. That doesn’t mean he likes it. The “it” is planting his 6-foot-8, 241-pound body into the paint every night …


  • EWU could use more by Moore

    Eastern Washington steps back into Big Sky Conference play this afternoon, hosting Sacramento State in a Reese Court showdown that tips off at 3:05. If the Eagles hope to become …


  • Washington State Cougars

    RECORD: 10-2 overall, 0-0 Pac-10 COMING UP: Today vs. Oregon, 3:30 p.m.; Saturday vs. Oregon State, 4 p.m., FSN


  • Pac-10 title up for grabs

    PULLMAN – What’s going on in the Pacific-10 Conference? UCLA loses at home to Cal State Fullerton and by 37 points to Portland – then loses its starting center.


  • Cougs Koprivica, Motum adjust to spending season many miles from home

    PULLMAN – There are perks that go with being a college basketball player. But there are pitfalls as well. And there are no pitfalls more obvious than those that surface …


  • Cougs make right choices in win over PSU

    KENNEWICK – The high ball screen has become a key element in college basketball. An inside player steps out to the perimeter, a guard dribbles toward the pick and the …


  • Cougs’ top scorer encounters physical play

    PULLMAN – Klay Thompson floated to the right corner. Outside the 3-point line, just in front of the Gonzaga student section, the Washington State University sophomore waited patiently.

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