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More thoughts on GU's win over WSU 28 

COUGARS A quick post before I sign off for a few days (more about that on the link). We were in the Kennel tonight as WSU struggled to execute down the stretch – on both ends of the floor. We have some thoughts about that…

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Zags pull off another comeback victory

Back with the game story from Gonzaga's 74-69 win over Washington State. GU's comeback, its third successful rally from a double-digit second-half deficit this season, wasn't exactly stylish (the Bulldogs had 10 turnovers in the second half), but it was effective in knocking off the…

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Zags win 74-69 23 

BULLDOGS, COUGARS Gonzaga stormed back in the second half behind the play of senior Matt Bouldin and freshman Elias Harris to defeat Washington State 74-69 before 6,000 at the McCarthey Athletic Center. By overcoming a 15-point first-half lead, 17th-ranked GU (7-1) kept the Cougars (6-1)…

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Looking back at WSU's season 

COUGARS A pretty good size football post for you, pretty much marking the end of the 2009 season. Hey, I heard that. No more cheering. Anyhow, we have a season preview based in large part on an interview with Paul Wulff. And a short news…

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If you missed it in the paper . . .

Here are the Greater Spokane League all-league photos and here is the link to the entire list of area all-league teams. The teams are chosen by the league coaches. We also have the North Idaho all-league teams and the all-league photos. We apologize for the…

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WSU travels up U.S. 195 to play GU 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 9 A.M. An unusual Wednesday morning in the WSU-related cyber world, in that, with the Gonzaga basketball game tonight, there's plenty to link from around the state. We'll get to it all on the link. Read on.

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TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 2009

Eags prep for BSC play by routing Wolves

Eastern Washington dusted off visiting Walla Walla University 89-61 at Reese Court on Tuesday night.And while the matchup against the NAIA Division II Wolves probably didn't do much to prepare the Eagles for Saturday's Big Sky opener at Portland State, it seemed to be just…

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After a loose ball, Gonzaga's Heather Bowman and EWU's Julie Piper the try to gain control of the ball in the first half at McCarthey Athletic Center Tuesday Dec. 1, 2009. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Zags pull away from Eastern

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team used a huge second half to pull away from Eastern Washington 87-61 victory Tuesday evening at the McCarthey Athletic Center. The Bulldogs, up just four at halftime, outscored the Eagles 52-30 in the second half.Click here for the game story…

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WSU transitions from football to hoop 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10:20 P.M. We go from the Apple Cup directly into the heart of the WSU nonconference basketball schedule. From the rivalry with UW to the hardwood rivalry with Gonzaga. We have a WSU basketball notebook on the link (you can also check…

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No. 1 is Gonzaga's No. 1 priority 

Klay Thompson wears uniform No. 1 and he's presumably the No. 1 concern on Gonzaga's scouting report. The sophomore forward has led Washington State in scoring in all six games, with his lowest total a 20-point effort in 28 minutes. Read on for my unedited…

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Dillon, two others sign with Shock

Charles Dillon, the former WSU receiver who helped Spokane win the ArenaCup last year, is back with the Shock.Offensive linemen Jamarr Ward and Chris Pino also signed with Spokane.Dillon is the sixth player from the '09 team to return. Read more below.

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