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I graduated from WSU in 2007 and began writing as a hobby when I joined the CougCenter staff in 2009. Since then, I have published more than 2,000 articles all around the SB Nation Network.

My hobby eventually turned into a career, and I now report on business technology in a real-life full-time job.

In addition to CougCenter, my sports writing has been published on ESPN Insider and Football Study Hall.

Go Cougs.

Podcast Vs. Everyone: THE APPLE CUP IS OURS!!

Years of frustration bubble over with a dominant victory over UW. Plus ... we have a new coach! (Sorta)

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The Apple Cup is back

For the first time in a long time, Cougs could feel excitement and joy around the Apple Cup.

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More than you need to know about the Apple Cup

The Apple Cup is back. Can Washington State break its long losing streak to Washington?

Podcast Vs. Everyone: BOWL ELIGIBLE WOOOOO (plus Apple Cup preview!)

A big beatdown of Arizona means the Cougars will play in the postseason. That’s pretty incredible.

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More than you need to know about Idaho

Washington State faces a new-look Idaho Vandals squad in the Battle of the Palouse.

Podcast Vs. Everyone: Revisiting Oregon, hoops hype, and soccer love

It was a busy weekend in WSU sports!

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More than you need to know about UC Santa Barbara + game thread

The difficulty ramps up for Washington State basketball as the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos come to town.

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More than you need to know about Seattle U + game thread

Washington State hosts Seattle U as both teams look for a 2-0 start.

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More than you need to know about Oregon

Washington State heads to Eugene with major divisional implications and College Football Playoff hopes for Oregon setting the table.

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Will WSU women’s hoops make it consecutive NCAA tournament appearances?

We look back at Kamie Ethridge’s coaching history, along with the Pac-12’s NCAA tournament history to see if Washington State can make a repeat.