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WATCH: Spokesman-Review’s Theo Lawson Talk Coug Basketball

This week it was announced that WSU Head Basketball Coach Kyle Smith tested positive for COVID-19. Rob Jesselson sits down with Spokesman-Review's Theo Lawson to discuss how this will impact the team as they head into their first game next week against Texas Southern.

WATCH: Game Day Talk With Matt Chazanow

Tomorrow at 7:30 PM WSU faces the Oregon State Beavers in their season opener. Sam Adams sits down with WSU play-by-play broadcaster Matt Chazanow to find out everything you need to know to be ready for game day!

WATCH: A Wildcat To A Cougar

Kannon Katzer has had his eyes set on playing for WSU Football. Earlier this week, his dream came true. This former Wildcat will be on the 2020 roster the Cougs.

WATCH: The Legend Sparks A Win

Today Klay Thompson came back to Pullman for a moment that will forever be remembered. His jersey was finally retired! Not only was today's game a historic moment for the WSU community, but it also was a victory for the Men's Basketball Team. The Cougs defeated the Oregon State Beavers 89-76.

HIGHLIGHTS: Idaho vs. WSU

Tonight the Cougs and Vandals went head-to-head in their annual regional rivalry showdown. Despite the fight, WSU took the win tonight against the Vandals! FINAL:42-28

WATCH: Football Game Week

College Football is finally here. Theo Lawson of The Spokesman-Review talks about how WSU's Anthony Gordon won the quarterback competition and previews Saturday's game against New Mexico State.

WSU vs. San Jose State (Sept. 8)

Washington State University plays San Jose State on Saturday, September 8, 2018, at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash.

Apple Cup emphasis patrols underway

Got tickets to see the Cougars take on the Huskies in the Apple Cup on Saturday? Or maybe you are a Washington State University student heading home for the holidays from Pullman. If any of those scenarios apply to you then you might want to pay close attention to speed limit signs on your trip.

It’s party time in Pullman

WSU supports the tradition of partying, opening the lots on Thursday evening and not closing them until Sunday, giving fans lots of time to prepare for games, socialize afterward and rest before heading home.

Apple Cup 2016

Washington State University plays the University of Washington at home in Pullman, Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. The Huskies defeated the Cougars 45-17.