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.