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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Saturday Morning Links

We are now a week from the spring football game in Spokane which means you better enjoy these links while they last. In a few days, I'm going to be so full of Cougar Country and Sellas it may be physically impossible for me to operate a computer.

Most of today's links are baseball related as the WSU baseball team defeated Utah 9-2 Friday night. Beyond baseball, there is the transcript of Bill Moos' chat. Nothing groundbreaking, but one question stood out in particular.

Kyle Rancourt: Bill, I gotta know, what's your take on the "battle to the death" of the PAC12 mascots...? Who's gonna win, and why?

Bill Moos: Kyle, Butch reigns!

Notice who asked the question. Kyle denies all responsibility and instead claims there is an impostor running around the Internet. Althougth that may seem like a likely excuse, I tend to believe him because while the chat was going on, Kyle was busy live tweeting this.

I have to say, I'm a little disappointed in the impostor Rancourt. The obvious question to ask was "Bill, more like EldrenCRAMP, amirite?


College athlete of the week Player: Derek Jones Year, school: Senior, Washington State University

PULLMAN, Wash. - Taylor Ard collected three hits and J.D. Leckenby gave up one run in six innings as Washington State opened a three-game Pac-12 series with a 9-2 victory over Utah, Friday at Bailey-Brayton Field.

WSU's Bats Consistent in 9-2 win over Utah - SWX Right Now-Sports for Spokane, CdA, Tri-Cities, WA

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University scored in five of eight innings, defeating Pac-12 opponent Utah in the three-game series opener 9-2.


Washington State Cougars Official Athletic Site

Washington State University Athletics is excited to be hosting the Second Annual Cougar Week in Spokane beginning April 16. The week will culminate with the Crimson and Gray Game presented by Sterling Bank on April 21 at Joe Albi Stadium beginning at 1 p.m.

Ryan Leaf Formally Charged With 4 Felonies | Seattle

A Montana prosecutor formally charged former Washington State University and NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf with four felonies Friday in connection with allegations that he broke into homes to swipe prescription painkillers.