There was an interesting discussion in one of the threads recently on whether people have given up on the WSU baseball season yet. While most haven't yet, that time could be coming soon unless WSU gets rolling soon.
That could start as soon as Friday as the Cougars will host Arizona for a three-game series. The unfortunate news for WSU is Arizona is 21-11 and the defending National Champion, no biggie.
Cougars Welcome Wildcats for Mom's Weekend Series - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State (17-13, 4-5 Pac-12) baseball team hosts Arizona (21-11, 6-6 Pac-12), the defending national champion, in a three-game Pac-12 Conference series, April 12-14...games times are 6 p.m. (Friday), 2 p.m. (Saturday) and noon (Sunday)...Cougars are 255-228 under Donnie Marbut, who is in his ninth season as head coach of the Washington State program and 10th overall in Pullman...Marbut is assisted by Gregg Swenson, Pat Waer, Michael Naughton and Scott Parrish.
Five questions with Darryl Monroe - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 10, 2013
WSU linebacker is up next in our Five Questions segment.
WSU live chat, 2:30 p.m. - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 10, 2013
All I know is what I've written. My most educated guess would be that Robert Barber and Destiny Vaeao should be ready to go by the time preseason camp opens, but when it comes to Pole and Gauta, it's hard to say. They were each on one crutch yesterday and still have big braces on their legs. I'd ask, but, well, you know.
Looking ahead to 2013-14 Pac-12 men's basketball season | Husky Basketball | The Seattle Times
What just happened: Without banished PG Reggie Moore, Cougars went 13-19 and 4-14, tying for last place in the Pac-12. They lost eight games by five points or less.