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SUNDAY, NOV. 27, 2011

SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 2011

Vandals take out Montana State

It probably wasn't as easy as it should have been for the Idaho Vandals on Saturday night. But that's not necessarily a bad thing -- they raced to a 20-point lead over Montana State and had answers for every Bobcat attempt to make the game...

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WSU loses Apple Cup and Wulff may be out 19 

COUGARS The Apple Cup is over and so is Washington State's football season. Is Paul Wulff's tenure as football coach at his alma mater done as well? There is a report of that being a done deal by Bud Withers of the Seattle Times, but...

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Chiefs fall to PG at home

Rookie defenseman Linden Springer’s first goal of the season early in the third period lift the Prince George Cougars to a 5-4 win over the Spokane Chiefs on Saturday night. Now the Chiefs head out for a six-game road trip, five against the Central Division,...

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Cougars go 2-1 in Paradise

After a holiday weekend ... Christmas lights are up, anniversary present is purchased, belt loosened ... it's time to catch up with women's basketball. The biggest news is Washington State going 2-1 in the Virginia Islands after second day loss to Michigan and a rout...

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Zags handle Broncos, 78-58

Back with my game story from GU's 78-58 rout of Western Michigan in front of a fairly quiet 9,610 at the Arena. I came home to write and when I left, Arena crews were quickly transforming the basketball court into an ice rink for the...

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An Apple Cup pregame post 20 

COUGARS We're in the press box at CenturyLink Field and we were going to post some video and commentary about our last football game at the Washington State beat writer, but then I thought, why change now? I haven't done that before, so why start...

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An Apple Cup morning post 

COUGARS It's Apple Cup Saturday, which should be a state holiday, with anyone working on the day earning double-time. Well, that would happen if you folks elect me governor next year. I'll be retired. After covering Washington State the past five years, running Washington state...

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FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 2011

Zags take on W. Michigan in Arena

Gonzaga (3-0) is back at it for the first time in a week, taking on Western Michigan tomorrow at 1 at the Arena in the annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic. Here's my preview that will run in Saturday's S-R. Gonzaga will entertain Notre Dame...

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No bargains in this Friday post 19 

COUGARS It's Black Friday – or, as it was known back in the Stone Age when I was young, the day after Thanksgiving. Bargains are everywhere. And nothing beats the price of the information on the link. Free. But only if you have a coupon....

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THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 2011

Zags visit Ronald McDonald House

The Gonzaga Bulldogs, who entertain Western Michigan in the annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic on Saturday at the Arena, visited the Ronald McDonald House last night for several hours. In this picture (courtesy of Jerid Keefer), GU's Mike Hart and Kevin Pangos play cards...

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Gonzaga in 2012 Old Spice field

Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving to all. I've been in Anchorage, Orlando, Maui and Kansas City the last few years around this time of year, but Gonzaga isn't playing in a Thanksgiving tourney this season so I'm in my living room. However, GU will be...

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 2011

Chiefs perfect against East

Anthony Bardaro’s goal with less than eight minutes to play kept the Spokane Chiefs perfect against the Western Hockey League’s East Division. Stars: 3, Kichton (g, a) 2, Lowry, SC (g,a). 1, Uher (g, 2a). Long box below

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Our last WSU football practice report 

COUGARS I'm tearing up a little here. This afternoon marked the last football practice for yours truly. Though WSU practices tomorrow, we're going to be in Spokane with the family. So today was the last time I had to stand out on that turf. The...

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Zag roundup 

Several GU-related items around the net this morning. --Sounds like Will Foster will make the roster of the D-League Idaho Stampede in Boise. Foster on his GU days: "There was a lot of frustration. It's a great program, but I found out I didn't fit...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 2011

Halliday released; WSU practices 

COUGARS There is a hackneyed saying in the theater world that goes something like, bad dress rehearsal, good play. Maybe that was what Washington State was going for Tuesday. Read on for that and some Connor Halliday news.

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MONDAY, NOV. 21, 2011

Apple Cup week begins 23 

COUGARS It's Apple Cup week. The final week and game of the season. The last game for Washington State's seniors and the last football game for some other folks. Read on.

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SUNDAY, NOV. 20, 2011

Barton joins Halliday on sidelines 

COUGARS Since Paul Wulff's press conference late this afternoon we had to hit Dissmores, mail some bills, get some dinner and try to listen to the basketball pregame show. That last thing is about over, so we can sit down and pass along what Wulff...

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