The Washington State men's basketball team is headed to Australia, but in advance of their trip, the WSU Athletic department produced a number of videos.
In their last video, they asked a few of the players what they were most looking forward to seeing in Australia. D.J. Shelton and Royce Woolridge said they were looking forward to some time at the beach. Reggie Moore said he was looking forward to seeing Brock Motum. And then there was DaVonte Lacy. When asked, Lacy said, "I seen a video on how to catch kangaroos, so if I see a kangaroo I'm going to catch it. So I'm excited about that. That's what I'm most looking forward to right there is catching kangaroos."
WSU Basketball in Australia: What are you looking forward to most in Australia? (via WSUCougarAthletics)
Here's to hoping we don't lose our starting shooting guard for the season due to a freak kangaroo accident.
Day 2 in the books at WSU camp - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Aug. 3, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — Another day, another practice in the books on Rogers Field, though this one was a bit warmer than Thursday's camp opener. It was also a big day for one of WSU's incoming freshmen. Read on.
Coug freshman Marks makes quick impression - Spokesman.com - Aug. 3, 2012
PULLMAN – The freshman brushed flecks of sand away from his body, a reminder of the workout he’d been given in Washington State’s new sand pit on the west end of Rogers Field after Friday’s second practice of preseason camp.
Cougars Continue Fall Camp; Ray Ford Announced - Washington State University Cougars
WSU continued fall camp with a two hour workout in helmets only on Rogers Field Friday afternoon.
Cougar Football: Boys Are Back in Town - KHQ Right Now - News and Weather for Spokane and North Idaho |
PULLMAN, Wash. - It's Tuel Time! Jeff Tuel and the Washington State Cougars are back in town and back on the practice field in Pullman.
Cougar Pride, huge bronze statue on WSU campus, was crafted in Portland, Joseph | OregonLive.com
If judged by the bronze of their mascot, the Washington State University Cougars should win every football game they play.
Pac-12 Fantasy Football Preseason Player Rankings - Pacific Takes
6. Marquess Wilson WR Washington State - With Mike Leach steering the ship up in Pullman now, Wilson definitely has the ability to be the most valuable fantasy player in the conference. He might even be worthy of the number one pick if you truly believe in Leach and the Cougs, but should fall a bit since he is a receiver.