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John Blanchette: Cougars send diehard fans home happy

John Blanchette: Winter Wednesdays at the Spokane Arena are, often as not, hockey night. They drop the puck and a sliver of the 8,000 who show up for the annual Teddy Bear Toss or some other Saturday night special event drop by, mostly out of habit.

New Orleans downs cold-shooting Washington State

For the second time in a week the Washington State men’s basketball team went onto its own floor and played a lackluster game that resulted in a loss against an inspired opponent.

WSU fends off Montana State in season opener

What might have been a jubilant assertion that this year would be different for the Washington State basketball team was instead a nervous feeling in the pit of your stomach affair.

WSU men’s basketball lands 6-4 guard from Canada

PULLMAN – Canadian guard Jamar Ergas signed a national letter of intent to play for the Washington State men’s basketball team Monday evening, making him the fourth member of the Cougars’ 2016 recruiting class.

WSU basketball players exhibit reasons rules for transferring are murky

PULLMAN – At 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Washington State men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent and former WSU player Valentine Izundu will separately appear before a committee of three faculty members to make opposing cases regarding why Izundu should be allowed to contact San Diego State University or why he should not. The transfer appeal hearing is just one aspect of the strikingly complex process by which student athletes change schools, a procedure that is anything but straightforward and is becoming an increasingly important feature on college athletics.