Despite being a Tuesday in the middle of May, there are actually quite a few links after the jump. The WSU baseball team lost 13-8 to Cal Monday, meaning they are now 0-4 on their five games in five day stretch. This time, four errors in the seventh inning did them in.
If you'd rather not read about the baseball team losing, you can also check out this Q&A with Greg Rankich. Rankich donated $3 million to the Cougar Football Project back in December, and the Q&A comes from wsucougars.com via Cougar Quarterly.
That's all for now, but later this morning, Brian will be by with an investigative report you won't want to miss. It's about to get real.
Defense Costs Cougars Against California - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
BERKELEY, Calif. - Washington State committed four errors in the seventh inning and California rallied for a 13-8 victory in nonconference baseball at Evans Diamond, Monday.
Cal Baseball Powers Past WSU, 13-8 - The University of California Official Athletic Site
Led by senior left fielder Danny Oh's 5-for-5 day and three hits apiece from junior second baseman Tony Renda and sophomore third baseman Mike Reuvekamp, the Cal baseball defeated Washington State, 13-8, Monday (May 14) in a non-conference game at Evans Diamond.
Wulff and Harbaugh: A match made . . . improbably | Pac-12 Confidential | The Seattle Times
In the last moments of Pac-10 football media day back in 2008, I buttonholed Stanford football coach Jim Harbaugh as he was heading out of the lobby of the host hotel near the Los Angeles airport.
Washington State spring wrap - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
2011 overall record: 4-8 2011 conference record: 2-7 (6th in North)
Best position move: Washington State DE Travis Long to the "buck" linebacker is going to play huge dividends for Mike Breske. He was on the verge of being an A-list defensive end last season in the 4-3 defense. But with a switch to the 3-4, this hybrid DE/OLB position will allow the full range of his athleticism to come out.
Source: Warriors' Klay Thompson to play on Team USA select squad - San Jose Mercury News
Warriors rookie shooting guard Klay Thompson will be playing in Las Vegas this summer. But instead of breaking a sweat against NBA upstarts and hopefuls, Thompson will likely spend a week honing his game against Team USA.