News, recaps and interviews following Saturday's game against the Huskies
There was plenty of discussion following Saturday's game against Washington and as you'd expect there was also plenty of reaction around the web.
Tale of the tape: UW 68, WSU 63 - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Jan. 5, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Another slugfest in this series resulted in a 68-63 win for Washington at Beasley Coliseum on Saturday. We have our capsulated tale of the tape after the jump. Read on.
Quotable: UW tops WSU, 68-63 - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Jan. 5, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Here is an assortment of postgame quotes from WSU's 68-63 loss to Washington on Saturday. Read on.
Cougars disappointed in Pac-12 opener against Huskies - Spokesman.com - Jan. 6, 2013
PULLMAN – Brock Motum sat with his head down, his 6-foot-10 frame enveloping a small set of stairs inside Beasley Coliseum’s drab concourse, before taking questions by himself in the media room.
Blanchette: Nobody had great night at Beasley - Spokesman.com - Jan. 6, 2013
PULLMAN – So that last 3-pointer: Did it get off in a time or not?
Ugly start haunts Cougars | Washington Huskies | The Bellingham Herald
PULLMAN — The college basketball season is nearing the midway point, and several questions remain unanswered about Washington State’s skill level, depth and ability to succeed in the Pac-12 Conference.
WSU Men's Basketball: Ken Bone after UW game. Jan. 5 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
WSU Men's Basketball: Brock Motum after UW game. Jan. 5 (via WSUCougarAthletics)
The women's team will be back on the court on Sunday, attempting to salvage what has been a disappointing weekend for the WSU basketball programs.
Cougars Close Out Weekend Hosting Arizona State Sunday - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CLOSE OUT WEEKEND HOSTING ARIZONA STATE Sunday: Washington State University will close out the opening weekend of Pac-12 Conference play hosting Arizona State University 1 p.m., Sunday at Beasley Coliseum.
Cooks named WSU student-athlete of the week : High-school
PULLMAN, Wash. — From her time as a basketball star at Righetti High School, Mariah Cooks knows a thing or two about winning awards. And even though she was beaten out by Arroyo Grande’s Heather Madrigal for the Lee Central Coast Newspapers’ All-Area MVP last year, she’s probably fine with that now.