Ted Miller of ESPN Pac-12 blog fame reviewed WSU's season and concluded it deserved a D grade. This, of course, brings up the question of what grade would you give WSU's season?
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Mike Leach, Washington State What Went Right: The season got off to a rough start for Washington State, but it rebounded to win its next two games to start 2-1 before Pac-12 play. The Cougars recorded only one victory within the conference, defeating rival Washington 31-28 in overtime.
MVP: Safety Deone Bucannon was the only Cougar position player to earn All-Pac-12 honors, as he was on the second team. He led the Cougars in tackles (106) and interceptions (4). The rising senior needs to be a key leader in 2013 if the program is going to turn itself around.
You know the season is going in the wrong direction when people are calling in Bill Moos' radio show and asking what he is going to do to fix it.
The caller on Bill Moos' weekly radio show echoed the sentiments of many Washington State fans Monday when she said she was "disappointed in everything" about the men's basketball program and wanted to know "what you can do about it."
The Cougars have lost 34 straight games to the Huskies, a streak they will attempt to end tonight in Seattle. The game tips at 6 p.m. PT and will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.
At first it seemed quirky to play the Washington State vs. Washington rivalry twice in a five-day span. Now that the first game Tuesday is here, the Huskies couldn't think of a better way to make up for getting swept in Los Angeles.
COUGARS FACE THE HUSKIES TUESDAY ON PAC-12 NETWORKS: Washington State will wrap up its three-game road trip Tuesday at the University of Washington. Tipoff is slated for 6 p.m. and will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.