The WSU men's basketball team suffered yet another close loss on Thursday. The stories below may sound the same as before, but I assure you they are new.
You can debate whether Ken Bone used the correct strategy in the final minute of the game, but no matter how you shake it, the end result from Thursday's game against ASU is another painful loss for the Cougars. Over the long run, close games will likely balance out so hopefully we are storing all of these losses away for an usually lucky season in the near future.
Quotable: Too much Carson for Cougs - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Feb. 1, 2013
COUGARS FROM PULLMAN -- Here are some additional quotes from Arizona State's 63-59 win over Washington State on Thursday night. Read on.
PULLMAN — The Washington State Cougars saw the future of Pacific-12 Conference basketball Thursday night, and they did not like what they saw – no matter how much they might have admired it.
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Jahii Carson scored 25 points, 21 in the second half, and Arizona State defeated Washington State 63-59 on Thursday night for its third straight victory.
PULLMAN – There have been times this season, too many for Washington State’s liking, when the Cougars simply didn’t execute well enough to procure victory from a back-and-forth basketball game. Maybe Thursday night’s 63-59 heartbreaker against Arizona State was just the latest in a frustratingly long line of those coulda-woulda-shouldas.
COUGARS FROM PULLMAN -- Another frustrating finish by Washington State, as the Cougars lost 63-59 to Arizona State at home earlier tonight. We have our recap below. Read on.
The Arizona State basketball team needed superior second half efforts from Jahii Carson and Carrick Felix to get by the Washington State Cougars on Thursday night.
It appears Myron Turner is finding some success in moving on with his football career as he is scheduled to take an official visit to Utah State this weekend.
Contra Costa RB, three other recruits scheduled to visit USU this weekend - The Herald Journal: Blogs
Myron Turner is a 5-foot-11, 170-pound defensive back from DeSoto (Texas) High School. Turner originally committed to Washington State last October and recently took his official visit there. However, Mike Leach and the Cougars informed him afterward they were no longer going to honor their initial offer. So, Turner will be visiting the Aggies instead.
Cougar outfielder Jason Monday was named a third team All-American by Baseball America on Thursday. Monda flashed a lot of potential during his first two seasons in Pullman, hopefully he puts it all together and has a big year this season.
Jason Monda Receives Preseason Accolade - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
DURHAM, N.C. - Washington State junior outfielder Jason Monda was named to the Baseball America Preseason All-America Third Team, Thursday.1