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THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 2009

Wildcats live up to billing 22 

Mt. Spokane enjoys living dangerously, for the second straight game they won 35-28, but this time Travis Ward, on the hands team, hauled in the on-side kick, so the victory over Lewis and Clark wasn't quite as nail biting as last week at University.With the...

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How WSU feels about Saturday 

COUGARS What are you expect on Saturday? Tuesday, freshman quarterback Jeff Tuel said “We have a great chance to win this ballgame, and we all feel like we should win this game.” I asked Paul Wulff today what he thought of that statement and whether...

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WSU players talk about practice 

COUGARS As we near the halfway point of the season, there's one area that I've noticed hasn't changed. Despite a 1-4 record this year, the Cougars still practice almost every day with passion. There just hasn't been the going through the motions as I saw...

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WAC notes: UI special teams a sore spot

After the link you can find an early look at my WAC notebook that will run in Friday's S-R. The story focuses on Idaho's special-teams play -- which hasn't cost the Vandals a game yet, but coaches are clearly concerned. Click below for more.

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Mike & Greg Show

Misery loves company and Mike Vlahovich stooped to Greg Lee's bumbling, stumbling level last week as both went 2-3. This week we feature six games.

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Football games important this week 

Lewis and Clark's 4A playoff hopes go through a 3A team. This afternoon, 4:45 at Joe Albi Stadium, the Tigers take on Mt. Spokane and a win in this one would be huge. This is a prelude and the final three weeks the determinant for...

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Prep Page Thursday

Thursday's Prep Page in The Spokesman-Review today includes a story on soccer scoring machine Kellie Zakrzewski of Cheney, my take on polls and Greg Lee's preview of upcoming Idaho post-season events.

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Robertson a special coach 

I was sitting on the Mercer Island side - and talked with Scott Poole about this earlier in the fall - when Shadle Park's buzzer beater at state sent the 'burb into a decades long funk. Even the Islanders fans in the stands disagreed among...

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WSU about ready for hoops 

COUGARS I was going to write this up last night but, to be brutally honest, was too tired. So we'll catch you up with the Cougar men's basketball team, eight days before practice officially starts, now. Read on.

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WSU, Pac-10 links for Thursday

COUGARS The nice part about attending a Catholic grammar school? Most of the nuns were baseball fans – and yes, when I was young, there were still a few nuns teaching. As baseball fans, they wanted to know who was winning the World Series –...

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