The Cougar men's basketball team tips off its season tonight with a game against CSU Bakersfield at 7 p.m. PT. In just a matter of hours, players will be traveling and gettin' away with it.
If you haven't done so already, Jeff's post on projecting WSU is mandatory reading for anyone interested in basketball. Most don't have very high expectations heading into the season, so if you'd rather re-live some of the past, you're in luck. WSUCougars.com has quick updates of all the former players currently playing professionally. There are updates on 11 players including Kyle Weaver, Taylor Rochestie, Brock Motum and that Klay Thompson guy.
Say what you want about basketball season, but at the very least we should have the return of some interesting shot faces. I highly doubt, however, anyone will be able to unseat the shot face king, Abe Lodwick.
Cougars open basketball season vs. Roadrunners - Spokesman.com - Nov. 7, 2013
The Washington State men’s basketball team opens its season tonight in Beasely Coliseum against Cal State Bakersfield.
Cougar Basketball Represented in the Pros - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Former Washington State University men’s basketball student-athletes are representing the Cougars in professional leagues around the world, from the United States, to all over Europe, to Japan and down to New Zealand.
WSU football gets back to work - Spokesman.com - Nov. 7, 2013
There may not be a game this weekend for the Washington State football team’s starters to prepare for, but for the younger players who line the sidelines on Saturdays this was as important a week as any.
Cougar Football Signs Calvin Green to FAA - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State University football has signed Calvin Green to a Financial Aid Agreement, Head Coach Mike Leach announced Thursday. Green is expected to enroll in classes at WSU for spring semester, which begins Jan. 13, 2014.