Sunday morning victory links; Washington edition

Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

WSU knocked off Washington on Saturday and we have recaps and highlights.

One of the most anticipated sports weekends in Seattle history got off to a good start on Saturday, at least for those who root for the college team on the Eastern side of the state.

Despite a precarious finish -- thanks to some poor free-throw shooting -- WSU notched its second Pac-12 win of the season, knocking off rival Washington. Kyle Sherwood wrote a lot of words and created some Vines of the game, which you can check out here.

It's worth repeating, D.J. Shelton finished with 20 points and 18, yes 18 rebounds. The game also included a 23-3 run by WSU, it was neat. If Sherwoods' Vines weren't enough for you, here are some highlights and a postgame interview with DaVonte Lacy.

Men's basketball:

Shelton's Double-Double Lifts WSU Over UW, 72-67 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
D.J. Shelton scored 20 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as Washington State beat Washington 72-67 on Saturday, breaking a four-game losing streak.

Washington starts three-game road swing with disappointing defeat | Husky Men's Basketball | Seattle Times
Just when the Huskies were starting to look ahead to a bright future and fill their heads with hopes of a NCAA tournament, an old nemesis popped their Big Dance balloon with a disheartening 72-67 defeat.

WSU men’s basketball knocks off UW, 72-67 | Husky Basketball | The Seattle Times
Losing to cross-state rival Washington State never feels good, but this one hurt the Huskies more than they expected.

Cougars send Huskies home with stinging loss | WSU Cougars Newsletter | The News Tribune
Witness the concourse outside the locker room at Beasley Coliseum, and listen to the home team, partying behind closed doors but rattling the walls with the sounds of a long-awaited victory.

Shelton leads Cougars over Huskies - Spokesman.com - Feb. 1, 2014
Washington State’s bleak beginning to Pac-12 play ended in the cheeriest ways possible on Saturday: a 72-67 win over rival Washington and the return of DaVonte Lacy to the Cougars’ lineup.

Recap: Washington St vs. Washington | Washington State University | The News Tribune

D.J. Shelton led the way with 20 points and 18 rebounds as the Washington State Cougars downed the Washington Huskies, 72-67, in Pac-12 Conference action at Beasley Coliseum.

PULLMAN: Shelton, Cougars upset Huskies in Pullman, 72-67 | Washington State University | The News Tribune

Witness the concourse outside the locker room at Beasley Coliseum, and listen to the home team, partying behind closed doors but rattling the walls with the sounds of a long-awaited victory.

PULLMAN, Wash.: Washington State beats Washington 72-67 | WSU Cougars | The Bellingham Herald

When Washington State's DaVonte Lacy injured his rib a month ago, he was told the injury would take four to six weeks to heal.

Super Bowl:

No former WSU football players are playing in the Super Bowl, but there are some WSU ties.

Seahawks Pride at WSU - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Seahawks pride is abundant at Washington State University as Sunday's Super Bowl draws closer. Pictured above, WSU students gathered at the CUB mall, Friday at noon, to wave the 12th man flag and show their Seahawks pride.

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