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EUGENE, Ore. – The television replay they watched Friday looked awfully familiar to the Washington State Cougars. It was of Oregon’s 82-57 disassembly of Washington on Thursday night, but it might as well have been the film of a similar basetball game the Ducks played on Dec. 29.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – They slashed, they defended, they made open shots like they were playing at Beasley. After this 83-73 blitzing of Oregon State before 5,782 at Gill Coliseum, the Washington State Cougars men’s basketball team could finally celebrate a conference road victory.
RECORD: 12-11 overall, 4-7 Pac-12 COMING UP: Tonight at Oregon State, 7; Saturday at Oregon, 3 p.m.
PULLMAN – All eyes, seemingly, are on Washington State forward Brock Motum. Or, at least, more eyes than before.
PULLMAN – Whether it’s been by superior talent, execution or late-game savvy, the UCLA Bruins hadn’t lost a men’s basketball here since 1993 entering Saturday’s game. They still haven’t. But on this day, it wasn’t so much about the Bruins outplaying Washington State as it was the Cougars simply failing to take care of the ball.
PULLMAN – A quick start wasn’t surprising, considering Washington State’s opponent on Thursday night. But after lowly USC charged back from a seven-point deficit to take an early lead, WSU coach Ken Bone turned to his bench and did something he hadn’t been able to since early January.
PULLMAN – While assessing the first half of Washington State’s basketball season, the truth of an old adage used by coach Ken Bone was reaffirmed before he could even get the words out of his mouth. “Can’t look back,” Bone said Tuesday. “Or you …”
PULLMAN – Faisal Aden used his crutches to walk across Washington State’s campus on Tuesday, a brace engulfing most of his left leg. This, unfortunately, is how Aden will finish his senior season, as well as his WSU basketball career.