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FRIDAY, NOV. 19, 2010

THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 2010

TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 2010

WSU and the blustery day 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10 A.M. You take a half-day off and all heck breaks loose. Literally. With the way the wind was blowing yesterday, everything broke loose. At least all the leaves are finally off the trees – and in the neighbor's yard. The wind...

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SUNDAY, NOV. 14, 2010

Cougar women thumped

Sunday afternoon, time to start finalizing weekly women's basketball poll. Big question - does Gonzaga get ranked after losing opener at USC? The Bulldogs won't be in the top 25, they were just outside in the AP poll and a loss certainly won't move them...

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SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 2010

Balanced Cougs roll in opener 

Like Gonzaga the night before, Washington State had no problem with Southern. The Cougars breezed to a 86-47 win in their season opener at Beasley. Vince was preoccupied in Corvallis, so I jumped in. My game story is below.

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WSU wins 31-14 over Oregon State 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10:40 P.M. So is anyone reading out there anymore? Or did you all go celebrate? There was a football win – on the road for goodness sakes – and a basketball victory for you Cougar Nation dwellers to party over. As if...

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Cougs up 41-18 at half

After a sloppy start, Washington State settled into a groove in its season opener and held Southern without a field for 15 minutes of the first half to take a 41-18 lead over Southern into halftime at Beasley Coliseum. Playing without point guard Reggie Moore,...

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WSU leads 14-0 at the half 21 

COUGARS A quick post at halftime as Washington State leads a Pac-10 at the half for the second consecutive week. But the last time a conference opponent didn't score in the first half? Read on.

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Good Morning from Oregon 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 8:15 A.M. One thing about living on the eastern edge of a time zone, it gets lighter earlier in the morning – and darker earlier as well. So it was a good 20 minutes later than we're used to today before the...

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FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 2010

Eastern women win opener 

Six players scored in double figures, led by Tatjana Sparavalo's 16 points to go with 11 rebounds, as Eastern Washington opened its women's basketball season with an 80-70 win over Cal State Fullerton Friday night. (It was a late game, doubleheader with the men, and...

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Another WSU Friday 

COUGARS Another Friday morning, another day before a football game. There is something really Groundhog Day-like to the football season. So we hit the alarm, get out of bed, look out the window and put together our morning post. Read on.

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THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 2010

WSU finishes up OSU prep

COUGARS Well, we already shared you the news of the Pac-12 Conference basketball schedule for 2011-12, which will probably be the only year it looks anything like the old Pac-10 schedules – a new TV contract will probably mean Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, heck, any day,...

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EWU to honor women's team, Pac-10 announces schedule

We're stilling waiting to wrap-up the recruiting news for the area women's basketball teams.Only Washington State announced on Wednesday, Idaho came in Thursday morning. Eastern Washington expected later today, Gonzaga probably Friday.Still, there is plenty of news as the season starts tomorrow, leading off with...

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WSU items and a couple bonus links 

COUGARS Every once in a while we try to bring you something different on this morning post. Just to keep things interesting. Today is one of those days. We have a couple of out-of-the-ordinary links at the end of the Washington State section, so read...

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 2010

Angie Bjorklund puts in the winning basket with 2.3 seconds left for fourth-ranked Tennessee against host Florida.  (Associated Press / Fr117487 Ap)

Cougars women sign three

As the countdown continues to Friday's season openers, no doubt we'll keep stumbling into women's basketball news.Today is the first day of the fall signing period. We know some local girls are signing, but it could take all week to get the news out. Typically...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 2010

WSU has one more challenge before time off 21 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10:15 A.M.; 11:20 A.M. How many Pac-10 football coaches have been fired this season? None. How many Pac-12 coaches? One. The difference is Colorado has made a change, getting rid of Dan Hawkins today and replacing him with an assistant for the...

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MONDAY, NOV. 8, 2010

Inside with WSU on Monday night 

COUGARS Washington State is off the turf in the indoor practice facility after its usual short, sweet Monday night let's-get-the-week-started practice. Not a lot went on, but we do have an update on some of the injuries, plus a couple links, so read on.

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