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SUNDAY, SEPT. 30, 2007

Views of the lost night

COUGARSYou could read the disappointment in the faces of Washington State coach Bill Doba and the players who dragged themselves from the locker room to talk to the media Saturday night. A game they thought they had to win had been ripped away by a…

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 2007

FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 2007

Key weapon lost

Lake City will be without standout senior wide receiver Kyle Johnson tonight when the No. 1-ranked Timberwolves (4-0) play host to Coeur d'Alene (2-3).In fact, Johnson, who reportedly broke a foot in practice Wednesday, is feared lost for the season. We'll update in our game…

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 2007

Around the WAC

Today was our day for WAC notes, with an Idaho injury update and a note not about moral victories but morale victories.In Hawaii, The Honolulu Advertiser says the Warriors are preparing for a loud crowd in the Kibbie Dome. The Honolulu Star Bulletin looks at…

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Will the Cougars hit a home run Saturday?

COUGARSThere is no shortage of intensity in Pullman this week, as the WSU players are well aware of what Saturday's game means to the season.Quarterback Alex Brink expressed the feeling in his press conference Tuesday this is the time when the Cougars need to step…

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 2007

Pargo, Bouldin on newcomers

Visited with Jeremy Pargo and Matt Bouldin recently for a story on their summer experiences (Pargo went to two elite camps and Bouldin was with USA's U-19 team) that will probably run this weekend.Click below for some of their thoughts on GU's newcomers (Robert Sacre,…

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MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 2007

SUNDAY, SEPT. 23, 2007

Vandal notebook

MOSCOW – The Idaho Vandals marched smartly downfield to score touchdowns to open their last two football games.That didn’t happen against Northern Illinois on Saturday but after swapping three-and-outs with the Huskies the Vandals went 59 yards on their second possession, despite three penalties, to…

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WAC wrap

Morning Vandal fans. Please note the sun is shining. Of course that doesn't make it a good morning after a disappointing loss.We're going to have plenty for you to read today with three posts.

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 2007

Chiefs win again

The Spokane Chiefs sure took care of business this weekend.The Chiefs came away with their second straight win in Prince George as the Chiefs used a hat trick from David Rutherford to score a 6-2 win Saturday night in Western Hockey League action.

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Whitworth saves best for last

Whitworth drove 56 yards in the final 67 seconds, scoring as time ran out on a Kory Kemp-to-Jay Tully connection from 1 yard out for a thrilling 23-21 win over Wisconsin-Stout on Saturday at the Pine Bowl.Click below on extended entry for an unedited game…

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2007

Shootout likely in Eags' Big Sky opener

Eastern opens Big Sky play on the road against Idaho State on Saturday. You can read the game advance that will appear in tomorrow's S-R by clicking on the "Extended Entry" line below, and you can read this week's Big Sky notes, which appeared in…

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Mead makes statement

Prior to football season's start Sean Carty noted that games his Mead Panthers expected to win last year got away from them late for a variety of reasons (conditioning being one of them).

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