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Hot Cougar Action: Pac-12 Tournament pregame links

The Cougars open play in the Pac-12 Tournament tonight, but before the games begin we have plenty of pregame links.

Jeff Gross

Washington State opens play in the Pac-12 Tournament tonight and as if playing in a single-elimination postseason tournament wasn't enough, the Cougars will play Washington.

The Cougars have won two-straight games and could crash the NCAA Tournament party with four more wins. Whether WSU can pull off the improbable postseason run remains to be seen, but no one wants to end their season with a loss to a rival. On the flip side, a win tonight against Washington would be one of the sweetest of the season.

The game is scheduled to tip at 8:30 p.m. PT and will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.

Men's basketball:

Previewing the 2013 Pac-12 tournament in Las Vegas - college basketball - ESPN
Ken Bone's job at Washington State may be in jeopardy too, although the Cougars ended the regular season with victories over USC and UCLA.

Ken Bone talks Pac-12 tourney - SportsLink - - March 12, 2013
FROM LAS VEGAS — Ken Bone spoke with reporters inside the media workroom at the MGM Grand Garden Arena tonight. Here's a transcript of his comments.

Video: WSU’s Ken Bone at Pac-12 Tourney | Husky Men's Basketball | Seattle Times
No. 11 seed Washington State faces No. 6 Washington at 8:30 Wednesday in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.

Can Huskies tame Cougs a third time? | - Sports
LAS VEGAS -- Well in the back of the MGM Grand Casino, past legions of folks in shorts and tank tops proving they haven't seen the sun in a long time, is the MGM Grand Arena where the Pacific-12 Conference men's tournament will take place for the first time.

Huskies, Cougars meet on first day of Pac-12 men's basketball tournament | Husky Basketball | The Seattle Times
LAS VEGAS — Before you can win four in a row, you have to win the first one.

Video: Romar touts Washington State’s togetherness | UW Huskies Insider - The News Tribune
Washington head coach Lorenzo Romar said Washington State played together last week in a way he has not seen another conference team play this year. He also said there is a renewed fire in Brock Motum.