Mike Leach and Donnie Marbut were in decidedly different moods on Tuesday.
Leach was about as jovial as he gets following WSU's spring football practice. The Cougars donned full pads for the first time this spring and Leach was happy with the result, calling it a "great" practice.
Marbut, on the other hand, was not in nearly as good of a mood. For the second straight week, WSU faced Gonzaga on a Tuesday and once again the Cougars went down. Another frustrating loss as the Cougars continue to be up and down. This one could prove to be costly as Jeff noted on Twitter.
Cougar baseball is pretty much ruining any shot at returning to the NCAAs. RPI over 100, won't be helped by home loss to Zags.— Jeff Nusser (@NussCoug) April 3, 2013
Marks making mark at WSU - Spokesman.com - April 3, 2013
PULLMAN – There are a few different tactics you can use, Gabe Marks explains, though he typically opts for the standard finger-roll.
Cougs keep score during Tuesday practice - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 2, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Tuesday's practice involved a bullhorn and a whole lot of up-downs. Read on.
Important note: The audio near the end of this press conference gets a little dicey due to wind so fair warning for anyone listening on headphones.
Cougar Baseball Defeated by Bulldogs - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Marco Gonzales was 3-for-3 with two RBI and Gonzaga defeated Washington State 7-2 in nonconference baseball at Bailey-Brayton Field, Tuesday.
Zags improve to 2-0 over WSU with 7-2 win | KREM.com Spokane
PULLMAN – Marco Gonzales and Caleb Wood each had 2 RBI for Gonzaga University baseball as the Bulldogs topped Washington State University 7-2 at Bailey-Brayton Field Tuesday night. The Zags are 2-0 against the Cougars with both victories coming in Pullman. Gonzaga and WSU wrap up its three-game series Apr. 16 in Spokane.
Former Cougar Josh Akognon is going to get a shot in the NBA as he's expected to sign a 10-day contract with Dallas. As his former Geology lab partner, I'm taking full credit for Akognon's call up.
As part of their rotation of 10-day trials for guards, Mavs planning to replace Justin Dentmon with Cal State Fullerton's own Josh Akognon— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) April 3, 2013