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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Cougar Football Saturday Bye Week Edition

At least we don't have another double bye week this year. Only seven more days until Cougar football Saturday!

Moos among those happy Pac-12 not expanding " Kitsap Sun
Bill Moos gave a sigh of relief when the Pac-12 Conference chose not to expand this week, but the Washington State athletic director realizes expansion might still happen in the near future.

Newness abounds in Coug basketball - - Sept. 24, 2011
PULLMAN – Everywhere you look there is something new surrounding the Washington State men’s basketball program. The practice facility has been remodeled, with giant images of the players adorning the walls, a refurbished floor and the fight song ringing the courts. There are new uniforms, a new scoreboard going up in Beasley Coliseum and new signage everywhere.

Sportswire: Cooks verbally commits to Washington State
Righetti High School basketball star Mariah Cooks has verbally committed to play for Washington State on a basketball scholarship next school year, according to a news release.

WSU Opens Strong on First Day of Cougar Classic - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Cougars had eight players advance to the semifinals in singles and four doubles teams are playing in the semifinals.

Cougars defeat Arizona State in five games - - Sept. 24, 2011
After dropping the first two sets, a team seeking its first conference win might just fold over. Not so for the Washington State volleyball team. The Cougars regrouped and edged Arizona State in five games at Tempe, Ariz. – 18-25, 24-26, 25-23, 25-19, 15-13 – for their first win in the Pac-12 Conference.

Understanding West Virginia's offense and how LSU will defend it - Grantland

I dare you to read this and not wander off into a dreamland where Jeff Tuel is throwing for Dana Holgorsen.