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Checking in on the Cougars’ NFL Draft stock

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The 2018 NFL Draft is still several weeks away, but the mock drafts are flowing in fast and furiously. Even the very best mock drafts don’t end up being very accurate — especially when you extend them beyond the first round — but they do have some entertainment value.

So with that said, let’s check in on where the Cougars are being projected right now. These projections figure to change in the coming weeks following the NFL Combine and WSU’s pro day.

Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller published a seven-round mock draft which included three Cougars.

— Luke Falk to the Arizona Cardinals in the third round (No. 79 overall)

— Hercules Mata’afa to the Chicago Bears in the fourth round (No. 101 overall)

— Cole Madison to Washington in the seventh round (No. 205 overall)

NFL.com’s Chad Reuter published a three-round mock draft that included Mata’afa, but no other Cougs.

— Hercules Mata’afa to the Carolina Panthers in the third round (No. 85 overall)

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Men’s basketball:

Oregon sweeps aside the Washington State Cougars
The Ducks blow out the Washington State Cougars to claim an important home sweep over the Washington schools.

Ducks down Cougars 84-57 | Photo galleries | Eugene, Oregon
Oregon's Payton Pritchard notches his first double-double as Ducks move to 7-5 in the Pac 12 Conference

Women’s basketball:

Cougs Fall in High-Paced Battle With No. 9/10 Oregon - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
Taking on one of the nation's top offenses, the Cougars (10-16, 3-11 Pac-12) threw everything they had at the high-powered Ducks (23-4, 12-2 Pac-12), forcing No. 9/10 ranked Oregon to use every weapon in its arsenal to take home a 90-79 victory in Beasley Coliseum Sunday afternoon.

No. 9 Oregon Ducks down Washington State Cougars, 90-79, behind big game from Ruthy Hebard | Oregon Ducks Basketball | Eugene, Oregon
Ducks also got nine points from Lexi Bando, who plays limited minutes in first game back from injury

Area roundup: No. 9 Ducks defeat Washington State women 90-79 | The Spokesman-Review
The Whitworth men’s swimming team swept to the title on Sunday at the Northwest Conference championships at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington. The men won with 665.5 points, far ahead of second-place Whitman at 489.

Tennis:

Cougars Suffer First Loss of Season at Kansas State - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University Athletics
Washington State suffered its first loss of the season after a tough day of competition against Kansas State, losing 4-3 at the Kansas City Racquet Club.