James Snook-US PRESSWIRE
We all remember the end of the 2012 Apple Cup, but we have another reminder today.
WSU is releasing a special Apple Cup edition of Cougars Quarterly which features a great story on the two biggest play of the overtime period. This quote from Toni Pole alone makes it worth a read.
Pole ran. and ran. and ran, until he was caught and tackled by Washington receiver Cody Bruns at the five-yard line.
"Maybe I shouldn't have ate so much for Thanksgiving dinner," Pole joked.
The Play. The Kick. - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Then he saw the ball. "Logan hit him (Washington quarterback Keith Price) and was flipping him around," Pole, a redshirt sophomore nose tackle from Union City, Calif., remembered.
After a long layoff, the WSU men's basketball team will wrap up the non-conference schedule on Saturday. We have two initial looks at the game against Idaho State.
Cougars Close Out Nonconference Slate Saturday at Gonzaga - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CLOSE OUT NONCONFERENCE SLATE AT GONZAGA SATURDAY: Washington State University will wrap up its nonconference slate Saturday in Spokane against Gonzaga University. Tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. and will be televised by SWX.
Cougs "Host" Idaho State Saturday in Kennewick - KHQ Right Now - News and Weather for Spokane and North Idaho |
The Washington State men's basketball team returns to action Saturday following a seven-day hiatus for the holidays.
The women's team will also be in action on Saturday, traveling to Spokane to face Gonzaga. The Cougars have struggled so far this season, but a win over rival Gonzaga would be a great way to finish the non-conference season.
WSU Concludes Nonconference Season Against Idaho State - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CLOSE OUT NONCONFERENCE PLAY HOSTING IDAHO STATE IN KENNEWICK: Washington State University men's basketball (8-4) closes out nonconference action as it hosts Idaho State (1-9), Saturday, Dec. 29 at 3 p.m. at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Wash.
The Washington State women's basketball team travel north to take on Gonzaga Saturday in a battle for Inland Empire supremacy.