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Kent hiring brings buzz back to Cougars

PULLMAN — For one day at least, Bill Moos’ wish came true: people cared about men’s basketball again at Washington State. Nudged along by free pizza and T-shirts, more students …


Kent hire brings buzz back to Cougars

For one day at least, Bill Moos’ wish came true: people cared about men’s basketball again at Washington State. Nudged along by free pizza and T-shirts, more students showed up …


Moos lands Kent, gets his man

So much for the big splash. You could mop this one up with a Kleenex. Not that splash matters anyway. Cannonballs and bellyflops produce the biggest splashes, and how artful …


Ernie Kent named men’s basketball coach at Washington State

PULLMAN – Bill Moos enjoyed hiring Ernie Kent so much that he decided to do it again. Kent has been hired by Washington State athletic director Moos as the school’s …


Blanchette: Moos gets his man in Kent

What matters is whether Ernie Kent can do more than tread water at Washington State University. Or whether it’s reasonable to expect more than that on a sustained basis.


UPDATED: Tue., March 18, 2014

WSU fires basketball coach Ken Bone

Ken Bone’s tenure as Washington State basketball coach ended shortly after 10 a.m on Tuesday morning. WSU athletic director Bill Moos fired Bone during their annual end-of-season meeting.


Blog matters

A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog SportsLink at spokesman.com/ sportslink. Bulldogs


Bone dangling in exasperating season

PULLMAN – Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone has two years left on his contract but with the Cougars (9-16, 2-11 Pac-12) likely to miss the NCAA tournament for the …


In brief: Cougars reveal 2014 football schedule

college football: The Pac-12 announced its 2014 football schedule on Wednesday and Washington State shortly followed suit. While the conference has a set rotation making it possible to determine which …


Son of WSU A.D. is chosen as prep All-American

Ben Moos, a freshman at Pullman High School, was recently named to the MaxPreps 2013 Freshman Football All-American Team as a tight end. Also listed as All-Americans were Lousiana State …


Cougars appear ahead of schedule

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – When Washington State athletic director Bill Moos hired Mike Leach in November of 2011, he hoped that by 2014 the Cougars would be in position to perennially …


Cougars, Leach meeting Moos’ time line

When Washington State athletic director Bill Moos hired Mike Leach in November of 2011, he hoped that by 2014 the Cougars would be in a position to perennially play in …


WSU’s Kalafitoni Pole ineligible, won’t play in bowl

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Washington State defensive end Kalafitoni Pole is academically ineligible and will not play in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday, The Spokesman-Review learned Wednesday evening. After traveling …


WSU’s Pole ineligible, won’t play in bowl

Washington State defensive end Kalafitoni Pole is academically ineligible and will not play in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday, The Spokesman-Review learned Wednesday evening.


Cougars will face Colorado St. in New Mexico Bowl

PULLMAN – It’s been a decade-long wait for the Washington State football team to return to a bowl game, and nothing was certain until athletic director Bill Moos had the …


WSU hopes set on bid from New Mexico Bowl

PULLMAN – It’s never fun in sports to be the last one picked, but that’s what Washington State is hoping for when it comes to Pac-12 bowl selections. Athletic director …


Last would not be least as WSU eyes bowl bid

It’s never fun in sports to be the last one picked, but that’s what Washington State is hoping for when it comes to Pac-12 bowl selections.


Cougs practice with visions of bowl game

For the first time since its 27-17 loss in the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team will return to the Martin Stadium turf for football practice today. As a …


Cougars troll for best bowl

On Monday, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos began the process of trying to secure a bowl berth for the football team in earnest. With a 6-6 record, the Cougars …


Cougs’ Moos bleeds crimson, gray

PULLMAN – Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and …


Apple Cup another chance to boost Moos plan

Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and tie.


Bowl possibilities vary for Huskies, Cougs

SEATTLE – While Washington State athletic director Bill Moos hinted broadly Monday that the Cougars will play in a football bowl game this season, a Sun Bowl official said Washington …


WSU extends Leach’s contract through 2018

Washington State athletic director Bill Moos made it clear he wants to keep football coach Mike Leach around for the long haul, extending the coach’s contract through the 2018 season.


WSU’s building blocks of success

PULLMAN – If the success of college football programs hinged on the recruitment of parents, Washington State would have long ago shucked its reputation as one of the Pac-12’s little …


Robertson gives up football play-by-play

PULLMAN – Legendary broadcaster Bob Robertson isn’t leaving Washington State’s radio booth, but there will be someone else calling play-by-play during football games this season. WSU announced Friday that while …


Letters of intent, not of guarantees

The tattoo has since been modified, and Sean Lancona says you can’t really see it when he wears his watch, anyway. But once upon a time, back when Lancona believed …


Multiyear offers can up ante to land stars

Imagine the future of college athletics recruiting, with headlines like this one: “High-school athlete signs four-year deal with Washington State.”


Divided opinions on early signings

In the most perfect of basketball worlds, Washington State coach Ken Bone said, his recruiting classes each year would be finalized during November’s early-signing period, and the rest of the …


Multiyear offers can up ante to land stars

Imagine the future of college athletics recruiting, with headlines like this one: “High-school athlete signs four-year deal with Washington State.”


Divided opinions on early signings

In the most perfect of basketball worlds, Washington State coach Ken Bone said, his recruiting classes each year would be finalized during November’s early-signing period, and the rest of the …