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WSU recovers from early struggles

Ken Bone walked into the interview room Thursday night and accepted the blame.


Bulldogs hang on

The 3-point shot giveth, sometimes for both teams. Such was the case Monday night at McCarthey Athletic Center as Gonzaga, behind a school-record-tying nine 3-pointers from freshman Kevin Pangos, built …


Gonzaga, WSU renew rivalry

Gonzaga and Washington State renew their men’s college basketball rivalry Monday night at 9 in McCarthey Athletic Center. Gonzaga has won nine of the last 12 meetings but WSU’s three …


Bo, Bill Moos prepare for sentimental game

PULLMAN – Bill Moos was between jobs, so he was spending some time with an old friend, Dennis Erickson, in Coeur d’Alene. Erickson was in his second stint – a …


With Klay Thompson, DeAngelo Casto gone, Cougars will rely on team concept

PULLMAN – It’s seems as if it’s all in the numbers. Start with the statistical subtractions (minus 1,128 points, 403 rebounds, 2,119 minutes) from last season’s two junior stars, Klay …


Shadle Park’s Boese fulfills dream by signing with WSU

Brett Boese put his signature on his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, following in the footsteps of his uncle, Jim Meredith, who was on hand to watch the ceremony …


Area schools weigh in on reforms

PULLMAN – The NCAA’s Board of Directors passed five major reform initiatives last week in Indianapolis, including allowing schools to supply some athletes with up to $2,000 per year in …


WSU men’s basketball team begins anew without departed stars

PULLMAN – The sizzle came later in Bohler Gym, as Washington State’s men’s basketball team joined with the Cougars women in their annual Midnight Mayhem season-kickoff event. But the meat …


Newness abounds in Coug basketball

PULLMAN – Everywhere you look there is something new surrounding the Washington State men’s basketball program. The practice facility has been remodeled, with giant images of the players adorning the …


WSU basketball team taking on new look

Everywhere you look there is something new surrounding the Washington State men’s basketball program.


Ex-Cougars guard Weaver prepares for next playing stop

Kyle Weaver still isn’t sure where he is headed. For now, yes. But the long run? No chance.


Ex-Cougars guard Weaver prepares for next playing stop

Kyle Weaver still isn’t sure where he is headed. For now, yes. But the long run? No chance. The former Washington State University star is in limbo, along with every …


Idaho hires former WSU quarterback Gesser

PULLMAN – Jason Gesser was always good at reversing his field. He did it Thursday, when the University of Idaho announced the former Washington State quarterback had joined football coach …


WSU’s Klay Thompson taken 11th over in NBA draft by Warriors

PULLMAN – Klay Thompson said throughout his three years at Washington State his dream was to play in the NBA. He’ll get his chance.


Cougars embrace windfall from new conference TV contract

PULLMAN – Sometimes the biggest news can get buried. When the decision was announced late last October how the Pac-12 would slot the universities of Utah and Colorado for football, …


At least Cougars have some replacement pieces

Klay Thompson insisted his mind rarely trespassed to his impending, though not concrete, jump to the National Basketball Association as the recent college season hurried to adjournment. Funny. Seemed as …


Casto headed to pro ball

PULLMAN – Junior center DeAngelo Casto has left Washington State University and will be filing the paperwork next week to enter the NBA draft. “I’ve been told I can make …


Bone gives Cougars a good grade

PULLMAN – Three days after his second season at Washington State ended, basketball coach Ken Bone met with the media to answer questions about his 22-13 team. So what grade …


Wichita State crushes Washington State in NIT semifinal

NEW YORK – There was nothing positive out of this National Invitation Tournament semifinal for the Washington State Cougars, from the beginning to the last seconds. Through the 2,400 ticks …


Wichita State humbles Cougars in NIT semifinals

NEW YORK – There was nothing positive out of this National Invitation Tournament semifinal for the Washington State Cougars, from the beginning to the last seconds. Through the 2,400 ticks …


Physical Shockers await Washington State in NIT semis

NEW YORK – If there is one thing the National Invitation Tournament offers its semifinal participants, it is the New York experience. The teams are staying in Times Square. They …


Cougs soak up Big Apple, prepare for physical Shockers

NEW YORK – If there is one thing the National Invitation Tournament offers its semifinal participants, it is the New York experience. The teams are staying in Times Square. They …


Wichita St. takes blue collar ethic to Big Apple vs. Cougars

NEW YORK – It’s really simple. “There’s a reason why they’ve won 27 (games),” Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone said this week. “They’re good.” The “they” are the Wichita …


Casto attorney rips actions by police in marijuana case

PULLMAN – The war of words over Washington State basketball player DeAngelo Casto’s misdemeanor marijuana citation escalated Thursday, with Pullman police Chief Gary Jenkins releasing more information concerning the incident …


WSU lifts Casto suspension

Washington State University athletic director Bill Moos lifted DeAngelo Casto’s suspension today, and the junior will be allowed to play against Northwestern this evening.


Casto contesting marijuana charge

Washington State University basketball player DeAngelo Casto was cited for possession of marijuana, less than 40 grams by the Pullman Police late Tuesday, but Casto is contesting the charge.


Update: WSU’s Casto suspended for NIT quarterfinal game

PULLMAN – Washington State University starting power forward DeAngelo Casto will not play in tonight’s National Invitation Tournament quarterfinal game versus Northwestern University. WSU coach Ken Bone announced Tuesday afternoon …


Cougars attempt to reach Madison Square Garden minus Casto

PULLMAN – Only one team stands between Washington State University and the holy grail of the National Invitation Tournament, New York City. And it wears purple.


Casto suspended for NIT quarterfinal

PULLMAN – Washington State University starting power forward DeAngelo Casto will not play in Wednesday’s National Invitation Tournament quarterfinal game vs. Northwestern.


Cougars beat Cowboys, advance to NIT quarterfinals

PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars took another step toward New York on Monday night, and they didn’t have to leave Beasley Coliseum. And they won’t have to.