I don't know if you've heard, but there is a rather large event coming up in the college football world. National Signing Day is less than a week away and in that time you are likely to see plenty of recruiting coverage. As part of our recruiting coverage, Kyle is putting together a mailbag, answering any recruiting questions you all may have.
Maybe this is your first year following recruiting and you don't really know what happens on National Signing Day. Maybe you don't know what a LOI is. Or maybe you'd like to know whether Eduardo Middleton projects better at tackle or guard. Whatever your question may be, Kyle will do his best to answer it. You can email him questions via the email link at the bottom of the page or you can tweet him, Facebook him, Skype him, write him a letter or hit him up on ICQ. Just whatever you do, do not Myspace him, he hates that.
The WSU men's and women's basketball teams return to action tonight. Craig will be by later with a preview of the men's game against Arizona, but until then there are previews and other links after the jump.
Cougars Back In Beasley To Host Arizona State Thursday - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS RETURN TO PULLMAN, HOST ARIZONA STATE THURSDAY: Washington State hosts the Arizona schools this week, facing Arizona State University 7 p.m. Thursday and University of Arizona Saturday at 1 p.m.
Arizona, Washington State to Battle Thursday | UANews.org
Arizona (13-7, 4-3 Pac-12) will open a two-game homestand against the Washington schools by hosting Washington State (11-8, 3-4 Pac-12) on Jan. 26 at McKale Memorial Center.
Washington State Cougars - Spokesman.com - Jan. 26, 2012
OUTLOOK: Arizona (13-7, 4-3) is coming off a tough 64-63 loss at Colorado last week. The Cougars can pull even with the Wildcats in the conference standings with a win.
The 11-8, 3-4 Washington State Cougars go to Tucson to play the 13-7, 4-3 Arizona Wildcats who are 9-2 at McKale Center. Two of the best teams on the West Coast beat 'Zona who comes off of a tough 64-63 loss at 13-6, 5-2 Colorado last weekend.
It’s definitely tempting to go overboard about Washington State’s weekend, with wins over two teams that were in first place entering each game, but should we have really been surprised? The games were in Pullman, after all, and doesn’t the home team always win in the Pac-12? Well, almost.
Going into his freshman year, Brett Boese thought his eventual path to college would be baseball. A glance and an injury, though, steered the Shadle Park senior toward basketball. It started the spring of his freshman year and was confirmed by a baseball injury a few months later that summer.
Washington State: "(Don't be surprised if...) The Cougs aren't done recruiting the wide receiver position and are in the final two for both Kenny Lawler (Upland, Calif.) and Jaydon Mickens (Los Angeles, Calif./Dorsey).
LOS ANGELES -- It appeared as if Robert Lewis had, at long last, made up his mind about his final destination for college when the senior from South Gate South East gave a verbal commitment to Washington State a couple of weeks ago. Questions about the pledge, however, remain.