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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Time For Round Two Of The CBI

For those of you disappointed there are no NCAA Tournament games to watch tonight, fear not for the CBI returns. Nearly a week after they defeated San Francisco, WSU will host Wyoming tonight at 7:00 p.m. in round two of the CBI. Assuming Jeff Collier doesn't spill Mountain Dew all over the cables again, the game will be streamed via WSU's All-Access service.

If you are curious about attendance, Christian Caple tweeted an update late Sunday night.

We will have more on this game later today, but you can also head over to SB Nations Wyoming site Cowboy Altitude. Their coverage of this game includes a Q & A with Kyle in which he fails to make a single video game or pro wrestling reference. I know, I was shocked as well. He did, however, become the first person to use the term "Fistful of Zebra Pens."

Men's Basketball

Cougs show Pac-12 can win in postseason - - March 18, 2012
PULLMAN – At this point, Washington State might be playing for the Pac-12 as much as it is for itself. All season, pundits both national and regional have taken turns offering examples of nearby mid-major conferences that performed better than the maligned Pac-12.

The quest to keep playing | Laramie Boomerang | Laramie, Wyoming
But for the University of Wyoming and Washington State men’s basketball teams, the objective is the same — keep winning.

Pac-12 Basketball Internet Awards: Brock Motum, Most Improved Player - Pacific Takes
Brock Motum was a quiet unknown last year as more prominent Cougars stepped up and made plays, but with Washington State struggling much of this season Motum came up huge with big contributions. He was arguably the most efficient player offensively in the Pac-12 by the time the season was done, and is well worth the honor of Most Improved Player. Cougs vs. Cowboys should be interersting
SAY THIS ABOUT Washington State’s entrance into the College Basketball Invitational: It’s mid-March and the Cougs are still playing ball. Whether they make the most of their quarterfinals game Monday at 7 p.m. against Wyoming remains to be seen, but Bill Moos is certainly doing his part to both get the seats filled and the folks at home tuned in.

Cougar Football | Washington State will host Wyoming in CBI quarterfinal | Seattle Times Newspaper
PULLMAN — A trip to the College Basketball Invitational semifinals is up for grabs when Washington State entertains Wyoming at 7 p.m. Monday at Beasley Coliseum.