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WSU/OSU games have been entertaining in recent years, maybe that will be the case again tonight!
Ken Bone's job security is the focus of the WSU basketball program right now, but the team will play an actual game tonight when they host Oregon State. If the Cougars lose to the Beavers, #FireBone may trend worldwide on Twitter.
Cougars Host Beavers Wednesday - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU HOSTS OSU IN 7 P.M. TILT WEDNESDAY: Washington State University men's basketball (11-13, 2-9) looks to snap its four-game losing streak as it hosts Oregon State (12-12, 2-9), Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at Beasley Coliseum.
Most likely, WSU will be glad to see the Beavers because it has won six of the last seven meetings between the two schools, including the past three in Pullman.
The WSU women's basketball team will also face Oregon State next, but not until Friday.
Noyes caps Coug career - Spokesman.com - Feb. 12, 2013
Senior Carly Noyes will hold three career marks by the time she leaves Washington State. Then she’ll turn her attention to a career of helping others make their marks.
Cougars Open Road Trip Friday Against Oregon State - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS OPEN OREGON ROAD TRIP FRIDAY AGIANST OREGON STATE: Washington State University opens its four-game roadswing Friday against Oregon State University at 7 p.m. in Corvallis, Ore.
I learned three things from today's football links. Andrew Furney is still awesome, Mike Leach has a lot of friends and Vince Mayle's name is pronounced Mah-lay.
WSU Football Recruiting: Washington State Lands Underrated 2013 Class - Pacific Takes
The Washington State Cougars flew under the radar, but landed some great offensive linemen like Riley Sorenson, Cody O'Connell, and Carlos Freeman, as well as quarterback Tyler Bruggman.
Friendship with MHS baseball coach Moegle lures Leach back to Lubbock | Lubbock Online | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
According to Moegle, Leach said, "No arguments. I will be there." Leach, in turn, remembers being introduced as the Washington State Cougars’ new football coach.
Top performances of 2012: Andrew Furney - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Who and against whom: Washington State kicker Andrew Furney -- owner of the second-longest field in goal in college football in 2012 (unrelated to this game) -- helped cap the largest comeback in Apple Cup history with a perfect day between the pipes.