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WSU host to conference leader Cal

PULLMAN – They’re not exactly national championship contenders. But in Pac-12 circles, the California Golden Bears have as much name recognition as any team on the West Coast this season.

Aden scores 33 as Cougars upset Stanford

PULLMAN – Few spectators braved the elements to watch Washington State host Stanford at Beasley Coliseum on Thursday – just 3,119 of them, to be exact. Faisal Aden showed up, though.

Cougars come home after long gap

PULLMAN – Every dribble, every corner, every square inch of the Beasley Coliseum hardwood feels like home to Washington State senior Charlie Enquist. “I’ve been practicing on this court for five years,” the 6-foot-10 forward said. “I pretty much know every dribble that I take, how it’s going to bounce.

Four Corners: San Francisco wants to have its say

Gonzaga, the West Coast Conference champion for the last 11 seasons, and conference newcomer Brigham Young trail Saint Mary’s by a game. GU and BYU will play twice in February. Saint Mary’s still faces road tests at Gonzaga and BYU. “We played as hard as we ever have at their place,” San Francisco coach Rex Walters said of his Dons’ 87-72 loss to Saint Mary’s. “We played well. They played a lot better.”

Huskies dominate second half, pull out win over Cougars

SEATTLE – It’s not inaccurate to say Terrence Ross stole the show Sunday afternoon, sparking a second-half burst that helped Washington run Washington State out of Hec Edmundson Pavilion in a 75-65 Huskies win. But Ross – UW’s sophomore guard who scored 26 of his career-high 30 points in the second half – and his teammates took something else from the Cougars, too.