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Hot Cougar Action: Friday morning links

News, notes and a video to remember the 2012 Apple Cup.

William Mancebo

Hey remember a week ago when WSU won the Apple Cup? Yeah, that was fun. To help celebrate the one week anniversary, WSU was kind enough to make this celebration/thank you video.

In addition to come cool highlights, it also comes with a challenge from our very own Jeff Nusser.

I failed.

WSU Football: Thank You Fans! (via WSUCougarAthletics)



Pac-12 picks, the final edition - SportsLink - - Nov. 29, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — Our weekly picks column in the newspaper ended last weekend with the final full slate of Pac-12 games. But since two more games involving conference teams remain until the bowl season, we'll go ahead and forecast those real quick for the record.

Lynden's bookends of success | Prep Football | The Bellingham Herald
His size and skill have already landed him a Division I college scholarship, as he has committed to play for Washington State, where he will join former Nooksack Valley standout B.J. Salmonson. "Matt is like a human bulldozer," Lynden offensive line coach Blake Witman said in a phone interview.

WSU AD irritated at unruly fan | Washington Huskies | The Bellingham Herald
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos told The News Tribune his first reaction when seeing the crowd rush the field was joy. The Cougars had just completed the largest comeback in the rivalry’s 105-year history at the end of a downtrodden season. His second was that he hoped there would be no altercations. There was at least one, and he’s irritated by it.

Men's Basketball

Pac-12 Court Report: Nov. 28 - CBSSports
Washington State 64, Idaho 55: The Cougars were miserable from 3-point land against their close counterparts. Luckily for Washington State, it had the size inside to make up for its outside game. The Cougars (4-3) went 3 for 17 from 3-point range but made 23 of their remaining 40 shots, with Brock Motum leading the way. Motum had 26 points and nine rebounds as Washington State took control five minutes into the game and led for the duration. Kyle Barone led Idaho (1-4) with 11 points and eight rebounds.

Cougars Close Out Road Trip Friday at Fresno State - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CLOSE OUT ROAD TRIP FRIDAY AT FRESNO STATE: Washington State University closes out its two-game road trip to California, Friday at Fresno State University. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Women's Basketball

'Dogs Return Home To Face Washington State - Fresno State Official Athletic Site
The Fresno State Bulldogs host Washington State Friday evening at 7 p.m. in the Save Mart Center.