The beginning of the week brings power rankings and we take a closer look at where WSU stands in the latest morning links.
The WSU men's basketball team keeps winning, but wins over the likes of Buffalo, Jackson State and Idaho State have done little to help them move up the power rankings. WSU checked in at No. 11 in the latest rankings from Inside Bay Area.
Pac-12 men still not among college basketball's elite conferences - Inside Bay Area
11. Washington State (9-4): The Cougars have won seven of their past eight, dropping only a two-point decision to regional rival Gonzaga. Senior Brock Motum has scored at least 23 points in five of the past seven games. But there isn't enough else here.
Another day, another look back at a bowl from WSU athletics. Today is a recap of the 1916 Rose Bowl.
Honor The Past: 1916 Rose Bowl - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PASADENA, Calif. - A crowd of 10,000 was on hand at the Pasadena Rose Bowl to watch as undefeated Washington State took on eastern power Brown in the first of the continuous Rose Bowls.
Like the men's team, the WSU women's basketball team is also near the bottom of the latest power rankings. However, the women's team are ranked higher than the men, despite a 4-7 record.
Pac-12 women's basketball predictions - San Jose Mercury News
9. Washington State: The Cougars (4-7) could make a dramatic leap in the coming months with the improvement of six freshmen, especially after upsetting Gonzaga on Saturday.
Semi related WSU teeth tattoo news
It's not everyday I get to write about teeth tattoo's so we are going to take some morning link liberties here. And hey, if you've always wanted a WSU logo tattooed on your tooth, you're now in luck. Seriously. No really, this is a thing.
Kennewick man creates tattoos for teeth | Business | Tri-CityHerald.com
Photos on the wall of his consultation room in his lab on North Grant Place show off some of his creations. Sports logos are popular -- the Washington State University Cougars and Seattle Seahawks logos are frequent requests.