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MONDAY, DEC. 10, 2012

GU’s Gary Bell Jr. drives past Davidson’s JP Kuhlman. (Associated Press)

Zags seeing plenty of good guards

Gonzaga, fresh from facing Illinois' talented trio of guards, moves on to another talented trio against Kansas State on Saturday in Seattle. And later this month, it's Baylor's Pierre Jackson and Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart. And then it's on to the WCC and Saint Mary's…

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Brock Motum is Pac-12 Player of the Week 

COUGARS FROM PULLMAN -- For the second time in his career, Washington State forward Brock Motum has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week. Motum scored 23 points against Gonzaga on Wednesday and another 23 against Fresno State on Sunday. He's scored 20 or more…

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Idaho announces hiring of Lee, Anderson 

Ronnie Lee, a former Washington State defensive back and Idaho assistant, is the Vandals' new defensive coordinator and secondary coach. In a release from UI, coach Paul Petrino said Lee was at the top of his list for the job. "For me, I hit the…

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EWU and Big Sky links

It' FCS semifinal week in Cheney, where the Eagles are riding momentum from a 51-35 win over Illinois State last weekend. Two more stories: John Blanchette's column on EWU quarterback Kyle Padron, and the official EWU release from the game. This week it's Sam Houston…

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Seahawks rout prompts a flashback 

A GRIP ON SPORTS Remember when Pete Carroll coached at USC? Remember when his Trojans were beating on Washington State so completely he had Mark Sanchez take a knee inside the 10-yard-line with time running out – in the first half? I thought about that…

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