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Hot Cougar Action: Cougars lose to ASU

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The Cougars are averaging eight runs per game in their two games against ASU, unfortunately they scored 15 in the first game.

WSU Athletic Communications

A day after scoring 15 runs, WSU's offense went cold on Saturday in a 4-1 loss to Arizona State. The two teams will play again on Sunday with Washington State still having a chance to come away with the series.

Baseball:

ASU baseball gets back on track vs. Washington State
TEMPE -- Freshman Ryan Kellogg righted Arizona State baseball Saturday night. The 6-5 left-hander shut down Washington State, which a night before scored its most runs in a conference road game since 1996, in a 4-1 win before 3,198 at Packard Stadium. Coach Tim Esmay made some lineup changes after ASU’s nine-game unbeaten streak ended in a 15-4 loss Friday, but mostly it was the pitching and fielding of the poised Kellogg that gave the Sun Devils a chance to win their Pac-12 opening series.

Sun Devils Even Series with Cougars - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
TEMPE, Ariz. - Ryan Kellogg gave up one run in seven innings to earn the win as No. 14 Arizona State a 4-1 victory over visiting Washington State, Saturday night at Packard Stadium.

Men's basketball:

Cougars have plenty of unanswered questions » Kitsap Sun
All the talk about coach Ken Bone’s immediate future with the Washington State Cougars has steered attention away from the immediate future of the basketball program as a whole.