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TUESDAY, FEB. 28, 2012

Tuesdays with Ken Bone 

COUGARS FROM PULLMAN -- There were a couple of news items to come out of Ken Bone's press conference today, so we'll get right to it. Hop on over to the jump to read more.

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SUNDAY, FEB. 5, 2012

SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 2012

MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2011

The Gonzaga bench celebrates during the final minute of their 89-75 win over UCLA  on Monday, March 21, 2011, in Spokane, Wash. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Sweeeet 16 for Bulldogs 

UPDATED: 12:30 a.m. Gonzaga is headed back to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row, taking apart UCLA's defense 89-75. And Courtney Vandersloot makes NCAA history. Courtney Vandersloot was amazing and has done something no other NCAA basketball players has, 2,000 points,...

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Primer for Gonzaga-UCLA matchup

Gonzaga and UCLA have contrasting styles but exactly what the Bruins will throw at the Bulldogs is a guess, our preview of tonight's NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament second-round game at McCarthey Athletic Center. The game is at 6:30 on ESPN2 and if it's not, don't...

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SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011

Gonzaga coach Kelly Graves shows his intensity as the Bulldogs take control. (Christopher Anderson)

Opposites clash at McCarthey Monday

Our preview on the second round matchup in the NCAA women's basketball tournament at Gonzaga focuses on the contrasting styles of the 11th-seeded Bulldogs, coached by Kelly Graves (above) and third-seeded UCLA. Monday's newspaper will also have a notebook, with a little more information on...

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Gonzaga's Kayla Standish backs in on Iowa's Jaime Printy, right, before turning to shoot on Saturday, March 19, 2011, at Gonzaga University in opening round of the NCAA tournament.  The Zags won 86-92. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Roundup from Gonzaga's win over Iowa

It was quite a Saturday of NCAA Basketball Tournament - women's style - at McCarthey Athletic Center. Of course the highlight was Gonzaga's high-octane upset of Iowa that had the sellout crowd in a frenzy. The on the opposite end of the spectrum UCLA held...

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Florida defeats UCLA

No. 2 Florida scored the last seven points to pull away from No. 7 UCLA 73-65. The Gators advance to the Sweet 16 in New Orleans on Thursday. They will meet the winner of tonight's GU-BYU game.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2011

Carter Schick, a Gonzaga basketball player who gets only a few minutes a game, laughs with her teammates during practice Wednesday. (Jesse Tinsley)

Schick & Bulldogs ready for Iowa

OK, there's an hour before the hockey game and I've filed my women's basketball stories, so let's get caught up in the hoops world before we hit the ice. Today started with a story on Gonzaga's Carter Schick (above), the Bulldogs' ... um, free spirit....

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WSU falls to UCLA, 58-54 in OT 

COUGARS We've got our game story done and turned into the office. We also have a football post to put up. But that will come in a few minutes. First, let's catch up with Washington State's near miss against UCLA at Beasley. Hey, I know...

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WSU leads 32-19 at half 

COUGARS After DeAngelo Casto took Marcus Capers' feed and dunked with 40.7 left in the half to give WSU a 32-17 lead over UCLA, Klay Thompson just couldn't sit down on the end of the bench, his feet constantly moving up and down. Thompson, who...

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WSU vs. UCLA, the pregame post

COUGARS I have already been asked a handful of times if Washington State has a chance today without Reggie Moore and Klay Thompson. My answer to everyone is the same as the one I will pass on to you. Read on.

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Game day at WSU with UCLA coming in 

COUGARS There are all the usual links this Saturday morning, the type you would find here every week. But, with spring football kicking off around the West soon, the NCAA asking Oregon for some documentation – what, the Ducks are going to be deported? –...

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Some late night links from WSU 

COUGARS Well, I wasn't going to post again tonight, but finally decided to after my advance for tomorrow's game was posted. But we're keeping it short, because there is a lot of important breaking news on the site. ... You can read my advance here,...

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WSU's win over USC, the hangover 14 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10:25 A.M., 1:30 P.M. What a way to burst a bubble. After the crucial win over USC on Thursday night, not only had Washington State ensured a bye in the first round of the Pac-10 tournament but it also made Saturday's game...

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THURSDAY, DEC. 30, 2010

UCLA loss, the day after for WSU 10 

COUGARS The long and winding road for Washington State continues tomorrow afternoon at USC, but before we get to the Galen Center – I wonder if the windows on the north side will have sunlight streaming in at that time of day? – let's touch...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 2010

WSU leads 37-29 at half 

COUGARS For about 14 minutes, the guy in the 27th row was sound asleep. He woke up late in the second half to scream at the Bruins, saying "this is as bad as last year." He was exaggerating, but for a quick stretch late in...

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Some pregame thoughts from Pauley 

COUGARS There is a lot of construction around Pauley Pavilion, with mud everywhere – it's been raining like Noah around here recently – and fences hiding an arena slowly being remodeled. Is that a metaphor? Read on.

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