Nearly exactly a month after Oregon State beat WSU by 11 points in Pullman, the Beavers edged the Cougars by 11 point in Corvallis on Thursday. You can say a lot of things about the WSU basketball team this season, but you can't say they aren't consistent.
Washington State is now 2-12 in Pac-12 play and 9-17 overall. The Cougars have won one true road game this season, a 67-66 win against Idaho in early December. They'll get two more opportunities this season with upcoming road games against Oregon and Washington, but it's probably best not to get your hopes up. With the win on Thursday, Oregon State swept the season series, the first time the Beavers have done that since the 2005-06 season.
Cougs get swept by the Beavs for the first time since Dick Bennett's last year....in Ken Bone's last year.— Kyle Sherwood (@BigWoodWSU) February 21, 2014
If you're looking for a positive, D.J. Shelton notched a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, inching closer to averaging a double-double on the season. He's now averaging 9.07 rebounds per game. Assuming the Cougars go one-and-done in the Pac-12 tournament, they have five games remaining this season. Shelton would need to pull down 74 rebounds -- or 14.8 per game -- to hit 10.0 for the season.
Washington State Not Enough at Oregon State - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Angus Brandt scored 16 points to lead Oregon State to a 68-57 win over Washington State on Thursday.
Photos: Oregon State Beavers defeat Washington State Cougars 68-57 | OregonLive.com
The Oregon State men's basketball team moved to 6-7 in Pac-12 play Thursday with a 68-57 home win over Washington State.
College basketball: Beavers defeat Washington State behind Brandt's 16 points | Statesman Journal | statesmanjournal.com
Oregon State’s 68-57 victory Thursday against Washington State was hardly an artistic masterpiece. OSU coach Craig Robinson said it "felt like a grind."
Beavers Roll To Win Over Washington State " CBS Seattle
A game-high 18 points from guard DaVonte Lacy were not enough to carry Washington State to a win, Thursday night, instead the team fell 68-57 to Oregon State.
Oregon St. pulls away from WSU - Spokesman.com - Feb. 20, 2014
The Washington State Cougars are improving, albeit slowly. After showing that they could compete with good teams against the Bay Area schools last week, the Cougars proved they could also compete on the road.
Beavers grind out victory - The Daily Barometer: Sports
When Washington State and Oregon State took the floor Thursday night, two of the leading scorers in the Pac-12 — OSU senior guard Roberto Nelson and WSU junior guard Davonte Lacy — were set to face off.
Oregon St. Gives Washington St. The Blues - Building The Dam
Oregon St. wore their turquoise-blue Nike N7 uniforms for the second time this season, but it was Washington St. who got the blues, as the Beavers handed the Cougars an 11 point loss.
Cougs hit ground running - Spokesman.com - Feb. 20, 2014
Conventional wisdom holds that college baseball teams from colder climates are often behind their southern competition early in the season. Winter weather makes practicing outdoors difficult and those teams often don’t hit their strides until later in the spring.
Director of Athletics Bill Moos Podcast - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Cougars watching The Cougar Football Project webcam (image pictured above) Thursday saw quite a bit of action with the addition of the Cougar Head logo to the Football Operations Building.
Crenshaw first Getchell athlete to sign LOI Chargers forward signed recently to play at Washington State | HeraldNet.com - High school sports
And now, Crenshaw has become the first student athlete from Marysville Getchell to sign a National Letter of Intent. Crenshaw signed a letter of intent on National Signing Day to continue her education — and soccer career — at Washington State University. "I am so excited," Crenshaw said. "I can’t even express how excited I am."