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Men's basketball look to extend winning streak tonight

After a big win at home against Utah, the Cougs head out on the road to face off against Stanford.

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After a big win against Utah, their first conference win of the season, the WSU men's basketball team looks to continue their winning ways on the road as they face off against Stanford.

Stanford, who is 10-5 on the season, scored a major win against nationally ranked Oregon last game. The Cardinal is led by guard Chasson Randle, who was the Pac-12 player if the week a couple weeks back, and sport wins over Northwestern and nationally ranked Connecticut. It will be a tough game for the Cougars that will still be without their star player DaVonte Lacy for quite some time.

The game tips off at 7:00 PM on the Pac-12 Networks. The Cardinal is favored by 11 points. We'll see if the Cougars put in the kind of effort they put in against Utah and Colorado or the effort they put in against Arizona or Arizona State. Only time will tell. Until then, enjoy these fine links to hold you over.


Cougar basketball looks to begin winning streak - - Jan. 14, 2014
For the first time in Pac-12 play the Washington State men’s basketball team will be trying to start, not end, a streak on Wednesday at Stanford. Wins have been hard to come by of late for the Cougars.

Stanford Cardinal vs. Washington State Cougars Pick-Odds-Prediction 1/15/14: Mitch's Free College Basketball Pick Against the Spread
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Cougars Look To Keep Hot Start Going Friday Against Colorado - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU hosts No. 21/20 Colorado Friday for Dads & Daughters Date Night.


Several WSU recruits arrive on campus - - Jan. 14, 2014
PULLMAN – Calvin Green and Sean Krepsz were not willing to wait until fall semester before enrolling at Washington State. The two freshman football players are members of the class of 2014, which signs National Letters of Intent in February, but are taking advantage of an NCAA rule that allows high school seniors who graduate early to matriculate in the spring and practice with the team without using a year of eligibility.

Track and Field

Track & Field Hosts WSU Open Meet - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Senior captains John Brenteson and Shaquana Logan are ready to lead the Cougar track teams into the 2014 indoor season.