This post isn't as likely to get as many comments as the one about recruiting, but you should read it anyway.
After splitting at home against Utah and Colorado, the Cougars will take their show on the road beginning with a game against Oregon tonight.
Cougars Hit the Road to Take on 16th-Ranked Ducks - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS HIT THE ROAD TO FACE 16TH-RANKED DUCKS: Washington State University men's basketball (10-8, 1-4) hits the road once again as it travels to Eugene, Ore. to face No. 16 Oregon, Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Matthew Knight Arena.
EUGENE – After a 1-4 start to Pac-12 play, it figures that there are more questions than answers surrounding the Washington State men’s basketball program.
Oregon's highest ranking in more than five years has coincided with it being on the verge of its best conference start since the 1920s, yet coach Dana Altman expects more from his squad. The No. 16 Ducks seek a seventh straight victory when they host struggling Washington State on Wednesday night.
FROM PULLMAN — Ken Bone's press conference was cancelled today — he was supposed to return from a recruiting trip in Seattle this morning but his travel plans got muddied — but he still was available on the Pac-12 coaches' call.
11. Washington State (10-8, 1-4) - The Cougars snapped a three-game losing streak with a 75-65 win over Utah on January 16. Washington State visits the Oregon schools this weekend. Last Week: 10
We covered the "WSU is banned" story in a separate post last night, but here you can vote for the best Pac-12 game of the year. The Apple Cup is currently in fourth out of five places.
Poll: Best regular-season game of 2012? - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Washington at Washington State: Ah, the Apple Cup. Say what you want Washington fans, this was still a great game to watch.
Meander, White talk Washington State - On The Trail Blog - ESPN
Amarillo (Texas) Palo Duro teammates and best friends Montrel Meander and Charleston White have committed to the Cougars, according to multiple sources. Both players traveled to Washington State over the weekend for an official visit.
The women's team will also face the Oregon schools this week, but the Cougars don't take to the court until Friday.
Cougars Continue Homestand Friday Hosting Oregon - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CONTINUE HOMESTAND HOSTING OREGON FRIDAY: Washington State continues its three-game homestand hosting the University of Oregon, 7 p.m. Friday at Beasley Coliseum.