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Hot Cougar Action: The day after Stanford

Recaps and the such after WSU's loss to Stanford on Wednesday.

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Men's basketball

Sometimes it is just not your night.


Cougars go cold, fall to Stanford - - Jan. 10, 2013
STANFORD, Calif. – There were no last-minute heroics by the opponent this time, no "if only" scenarios for Washington State to replay as it boarded a charter flight back to Pullman late Wednesday night.

Tale of the tape: Stanford 78, WSU 67 - SportsLink - - Jan. 9, 2013
FROM STANFORD — Another game WSU felt it could win slipped away from the Cougars here in the Bay Area, as Stanford scored 14 unanswered points late in a 78-67 win at Maples Pavilion. Read on for our tale of the tape.

Quotable: WSU's loss at Stanford - SportsLink - - Jan. 9, 2013
FROM STANFORD — Emptying out the notebook following WsU's 78-67 loss at Stanford on Wednesday. Read on for quotes.

Post Game Notes - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
POSTGAME NOTES Washington State at Stanford - Jan. 9, 2013 - Maples Pavilion (Stanford, Calif.)

Cougars fade before falling to Stanford, 78-67 | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
Former Bellevue High star Aaron Bright scored a season-high 19 points, Dwight Powell added 16, and Stanford earned its first Pacific-12 Conference victory by beating Washington State, 78-67, on Wednesday night in Stanford, Calif.

Stanford men beat Washington State 78-67 - San Jose Mercury News
STANFORD -- Stanford avoided a third straight loss to begin Pac-12 Conference play by rallying to beat Washington State 78-67 on Wednesday.

Stanford defeats Washington State 78-67 - San Jose Mercury News
STANFORD, Calif.—Aaron Bright needed a game like this. He's been struggling all season to find his shot. It all came back at once.


Just more confirmation that I will not have to eat a sock. Between this news and the recent investigation, I would say that about closes the book on this situation.


Ex-Cougar Wilson to enter NFL draft - Football - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington news, weather and sports
Marquess Wilson, whose career at Washington State came to a controversial end, has elected to take aim at the NFL. Darren Bennett, Wilson’s high school coach in Tulare, Calif., said Wednesday that Wilson told him he has signed with an agent and is training in Florida. Signing with an agent ends an athlete’s college eligibility.