Jeff nailed the Tanner Lancona situation on Thursday, but reading his comments as well as some of the discussion here and on Twitter, I started to wonder what kind of impact this had on Ken Bone's status with the fanbase.
A number of Cougar fans hopped off the Bonewagon during last season, but he still had his fair share of supporters, even if many were hanging on by a thread. If the initial reaction is accurate, the situation with Lancona appears to have sent a few more off the wagon.
I'm interested to see where the opinion lies among the masses.
Cougars hoops recruit decommits " Kitsap Sun
Forward Tanner Lancona, one of three high school basketball stars who signed letters of intent with Washington State last November, announced via Twitter that he has reached a "mutual agreement" with the Cougars to pursue playing opportunities elsewhere.
Tanner Lancona pursuing other options - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 11, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Tanner Lancona, a 6-foot-8 forward who signed with the Washington State basketball team in November, tweeted today that he has decommitted from the school and will pursue other options.
Tesoro's Lancona decommits from Washington State | lancona, state, washington - News - The Orange County Register
Tesoro senior Tanner Lancona will not be playing his college basketball at Washington State next year, according to a message posted on his twitter page today.
Ten spring practices are now in the books as WSU wrapped up another practice on Thursday. There was an interesting development on Thursday as wide receiver Bennett Bontempts is now playing safety.
Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Day 10 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football continued spring practice with a two-hour workout in shorts, helmets and shoulder pads on Rogers Field and in Martin Stadium Thursday afternoon.
Day 10 goes to the defense - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 11, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Mike Leach appeared visibly frustrated with WSU's offense early in Thursday's team session, and he said afterward that the defense simply got the better of most of the drills today. Most, but not all. Keep reading.
WSU's Palacio improving by bunches - Spokesman.com - April 11, 2013
PULLMAN – More than a year ago, defensive coordinator Mike Breske sat in his office and rattled off the physical attributes possessed by each of the four high-school linebackers Washington State had signed a week prior.
The Cougars begin their three-game series with Arizona tonight and Arizona Desert Swarm has a preview.
Arizona Wildcats: Baseball looks to continue its winning ways against Washington State - Arizona Desert Swarm
Currently riding a six-game winning streak, the Wildcats head to Pullman this weekend