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Cougars play Colorado at the Arena

The Pac-12 schedule of the Washington State men’s basketball team may have started, but the Cougars will have to wait to welcome a conference foe to Friel Court. First they will try to find their offense in Spokane today, against No. 15 Colorado. The Cougars (7-7, 0-2 Pac-12) will have to try and earn their first Pac-12 win 80 miles north of Pullman, in Spokane Arena.

Cougars play Colorado at the Arena

The Pac-12 schedule of the Washington State men’s basketball team may have started, but the Cougars will have to wait to welcome a conference foe to Friel Court.

Lacy only plays 11 minutes in WSU’s loss to ASU

TEMPE, Ariz. – Though the offense thawed somewhat, the Washington State shooters were still mostly cold in the desert heat as the Cougars fell to Arizona State 66-47 in front of 5,072 fans on Sunday. The team struggled to score all weekend, putting up just 72 points in two games.

Cougars looking for more points

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Washington State men’s basketball team has a tall task ahead of it, and it has nothing to do with its opponent today, Arizona State. For the Cougars (7-6, 0-1 Pac-12) to have a shot at a road win over the Sun Devils (11-3, 0-1 Pac-12) they must first recover from a historically bad offensive performance at Arizona on Thursday. WSU had its lowest scoring output since 1938 in the team’s 60-25 loss to the Wildcats. The Cougars scored just seven points in the first half, and became the first Pac-12 team in 15 years to score 25 points or fewer in a basketball game.

Arizona’s defense clamps down on cold Cougars

TUCSON, Ariz. – The raucous, sold-out crowd at the McKale Center on Thursday appeared to want more than a blowout in Arizona’s Pac-12 opener. The partisan fans weren’t going to show any mercy to the visiting team nor the refs, no matter how lopsided the score got.

Top-ranked Wildcats trample cold Cougars

The raucous, sold-out crowd at the McKale Center on Thursday appeared to want more than a blowout in Arizona’s Pac-12 opener. They wanted carnage befitting the sea of red in the arena. The partisan fans weren’t going to show any mercy to the visiting team nor the refs, no matter how lopsided the score got. The Wildcats delivered.

Pac-12 rejoins list of country’s elite conferences

After a strong run in the mid-2000s, the Pac-12 has been a “power” men’s basketball conference in name only. Things got so bad that when Washington won the conference in 2012 with a 14-4 record, the Huskies were left out of the NCAA tournament, indicating a level of national respect on par with the Southland Conference or Patriot League.