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The high-variance nature of Isaac Bonton's game means the Washington State point guard is susceptible to the occasional off-night. It also means Bonton doesn't often have two in a row.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • This week has been a bit like a box of chocolates. Not only do you never know what you might get, most of what we’ve bitten into has disappointed us. And made us want to spit.
When evaluating Thursday's game between Washington State and UCLA, it may be easy to revert to the first contest between the Cougars and Bruins in order to anticipate what will happen in the rematch.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Tempest in a coffee pot? Or real news? When it comes to Russell Wilson and the past couple days, both might be the correct answer.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Well, that was easy. Not really, but Gonzaga has made many of its games look that way. But the win at BYU isn’t the only Zag-related thoughts we have today.
Jayden de Laura, who started all four games for Washington State last fall, has been indefinitely suspended from the Cougars football team after being arrested in Pullman's College Hill for a misdemeanor DUI early Saturday morning.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is little to argue about today concerning the Super Bowl. We probably can agree on all the major points, down to the lack of excitement for most of it. So we’ll turn our attention to the periphery and look ahead to a WCC showdown tonight.
From staff reports
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Today is the seventh day of February, 2021. It also happens to be Super Bowl Sunday, though that appellation seems less important than it usually does. At least in some places.
For Ian Wells and his team of Washington State University students, their foray into NASA-funded lunar research in the coming months could involve running a space-tech laundromat for Astronaut Barbie.
Early in the nonconference season, the Washington State Cougars demonstrated they could win games without the best version of Isaac Bonton.
PULLMAN – Mac May posted a match-high 21 kills, and No. 18 UCLA earned a split of two matches against No. 24 Washington State this week with a 25-20, 13-25, 25-15, 25-21 victory in Pac-12 Conference women’s volleyball at Bohler Gym on Saturday.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The rich always grow richer. It’s true in society, it’s true in baseball’s society. If you are a fan of the rich, it’s great. If you are a fan of the not-so-rich, it isn’t.
The special teams overhaul at Washington State won't be limited to replacing all-conference specialists Blake Mazza and Oscar Draguicevich III.
Charlisse Leger-Walker hit a go-ahead 3 with 42 seconds left and finished with 28 points, leading Washington State over No. 5 UCLA 67-63 on Friday.
Oregon, USC led the conference with top-10 classes, according to the 247sports rankings.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Usually Friday morning are reserved for looking ahead to the weekend. We will do a little of that. But our main focus today has to be on a problem plaguing college hoops right now. Yep, we need to address the elephant in the arena.
Washington State won the basketball game and survived the war.
PULLMAN – Pia Timmer had 15 kills to lead a balanced, resilient performance for No. 24 Washington State in a 15-25, 25-16, 26-28, 25-15, 15-9 victory over No. 18 UCLA in a Pac-12 Conference women’s volleyball match Thursday in Bohler Gym.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • You want to know what we’re thankful for this morning? A Thursday night that actually feels something in the neighborhood of normal. It even comes complete with a game conflict, which is bad in one way, but oh so sweet in another.