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Cougs failing boards

PULLMAN – Coach Ken Bone says at times it’s a matter of simply being outmanned. Brock Motum thinks Washington State just needs to box out better in its 2-3 zone.

No easy solution for WSU’s rebounding struggles

PULLMAN – Coach Ken Bone says at times it’s a matter of simply being outmanned. Brock Motum thinks Washington State just needs to box out better in its 2-3 zone. Charlie Enquist laments that the Cougars have been the victim of a few bad bounces. Whatever the reason – and in truth, it’s likely a combination of the aforementioned – the Cougars have struggled to rebound this season. They rank ninth in the Pac-12 in rebounding margin at 0.2, ninth in defensive rebounding percentage and 10th in offensive rebounding percentage.

Cougs zero in on UW’s Wroten

The essence of Washington’s most dangerous player is captured via conversation with two players who must defend him this afternoon.

West Side recruits absorbed the message from Cougars

PULLMAN – There was a time, assistant coach Curtis Allen recalls, when Washington State’s recruiting presence on the west side of the state was so scant that many Seattle-area prospects weren’t interested in taking visits here. Allen, who now recruits the Seattle area for the Cougars, was one of those recruits as a 2000 graduate of Wilson in Tacoma.

Who are the real Cougs? Stay tuned

The scripture coming from the athletic director’s office at Washington State is that Spokane is important to the Cougars. Well, OK. If he says so.