Despite being just over 24 from kickoff of WSU vs. Utah, there are actually more basketball links than football links today. With the conference holding basketball media on Thursday we have plenty of recaps and other links.
We'll start with the Pac-12 preseason media poll, which WSU was picked to finish 10th. You can see the entire poll below:
1. Arizona (15) 403
2. UCLA (16) 402
3. Cal (3) 325
4. Stanford 296
5. Washington (2) 278
6. Colorado 262
7. Oregon 217
8. Oregon State 166
9. USC 163
10. Washington State 111
11. Arizona State 107
12. Utah 78
Ken Bone and Brock Motum represented WSU at media day and you can see their session on stage in the video below courtesy of the Pac-12 Network.
WSU defense beginning to get a big scary - Spokesman.com - Nov. 2, 2012
PULLMAN – The players gathered at the coach’s house, some of them dressed in Halloween garb. Darren Markle won best costume. He came as himself, wearing a body-building outfit.
A little late to this, but here it is. You know the drill. Get your picks in before the UW-Cal game tomorrow night.
Coaches say strong Pac-12 good for all - Spokesman.com - Nov. 2, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO – Long ago, back in, say, 1990, Pittsburgh point guard Sean Miller rooted against conference opponents in nonconference games.
WSU quotes from media day - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Nov. 1, 2012
FROM SAN FRANCISCO — Here's a PDF of the transcription of WSU's time on stage at Pac-12 media day.
Kingma suspended indefinitely - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Nov. 1, 2012
We spoke with Ken Bone for a bit today at Pac-12 media day festivities, and he confirmed that freshman guard Brett Kingma has been suspended indefinitely. Read on.
WSU Post-Reggie Moore: Cougars Focus on Teamwork - KHQ Right Now - News and Weather for Spokane and North Idaho |
PULLMAN, Wash. - Now, more than ever, Washington State will have to focus on teamwork to win on the Pac-12 hardwood.
Cougars return just two starters, picked 10th in Pac-12 poll | Cougar Basketball | The Seattle Times
SAN FRANCISCO — By most measures, fourth-year coach Ken Bone should have Washington State in position to contend for an upper-half finish in the Pac-12 and its first NCAA tournament berth since 2008.
Pac-12 leading scorer Motum back at Washington State | KING5.com Seattle
PULLMAN, Wash. -- The cupboard isn't completely bare for Washington State, not with Pac-12 leading scorer Brock Motum returning for his senior year.