After a couple of days of network issues and a general lack of news, Thursday felt like the busiest day of the year. If you missed any of it, we'll get you caught up before we head into the weekend.
Thursday started innocently enough with Michael posting the latest installment of the CougCenter podcast. Joined by Kyle² and Nusser, the crew narrow the list of most memorable WSU moments to six. You can listen to the podcast here. Sherwood also revealed the first of his favorite WSU football moments.
The news started flowing fast and furious later in the afternoon, so BA's data post got somewhat overlooked, but data, tables and graphs are your thing, BA's post is essentially stat porn.
The afternoon began innocently enough with the news that running back Teondray Caldwell could face charges from a late April incident. He was able to tweet about it, because that ban was lifted. Thursday wrapped up with the news that President Floyd was cancelling afternoon classes on Halloween due to WSU's game against ASU that night.
WSU's Caldwell arrested on May 7 - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - May 16, 2013
Washington State running back Teondray Caldwell was arrested on May 7 on suspicion of assault and burglary stemming from an April 28 incident at a Pullman residence.
WSU cancels afternoon classes on Halloween - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - May 16, 2013
WSU announced Thursday that it will cancel all afternoon classes on the Pullman campus on Oct. 31, which is when the Cougars host Arizona State. It's also a Thursday night. It's also Halloween. Here's the release from the office of president Elson Floyd:
Jason Monda on Lastest Olerud Award Watch List - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
LUBBOCK, Texas - Washington State's Jason Monda is one of 11 student-athletes on the most recent edition of the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List, the College Baseball Hall of Fame announced, earlier this week.
WSU baseball welcomes trip to Pasco - Spokesman.com - May 16, 2013
Washington State’s baseball team is done playing in Pullman, but the Cougars still have four home games left on the schedule.