Straight to the links this morning starting with the baseball team's 19-1 win over Seattle University.
Cougars Clobber Redhawks - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Freshman Joe Pistorese pitched seven strong innings and Washington State's offense exploded in a 19-1 win over Seattle in nonconference baseball, Friday at Bailey-Brayton Field.
Jones ties Cougars' career home run record | HeraldNet.com - Sports
PULLMAN -- Snohomish High School graduate Derek Jones continued his offensive tear for the Washington State University baseball team Friday night while capturing a share of history in the process.
SportsMinds: WSU Baseball: Cougars 19 - Redhawks 1
Wow. I don't care who you play, it's not easy to score 19 runs in one game.
Bse: Donnie Marbut after Seattle romp! 4/6 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
Bse: Joe Pistorese after Seattle romp! 4/6 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
Bse: Derek Jones after Seattle romp! 4/6 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
Mailbag: Who cares about the Rose Bowl? - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Washington State? It went 4-8 last year and I'd rate it's over-under on wins at six. It helps not to play USC. It hurts to play at BYU and UNLV in the nonconference slate. Road games are never easy, even if the Rebels aren't supposed to be good.
FROM PULLMAN — Our video spotlight feature continues today with a look at WSU redshirt freshman walk-on receiver Drew Loftus, a Kennewick native who transferred here after a brief stop at Hawaii.
The Washington State Cougars still don't know if their two most highly touted basketball recruits will be academically eligible next season, but the Cougars say their best player isn't going anywhere.