Reggie is exactly what and who we needed to add to our backcourt. He's a multidimensional guard that can play a couple of positions. His ability to score in a variety of ways and also deliver the ball to others is what we were looking for. With the addition of Reggie, I really like our group of young guards.-- Ken Bone, in announcing that Reggie Moore has officially signed his national letter of intent.
Reggie Moore, a 6-1 PG, has verbally committed to Washington State. He's listed as a 2 star on Scout.com, but apparently had offers from UW, UO, Cal, and Iowa State. Heads up to ptowncoug3012 for bringing him to our attention yesterday.
I'll give you one guess how Sterk responded. Here's a little taste to whet your whistle before clicking on the link: "It was so inappropriate that I laughed, basically," Sterk said. "I could not believe those comments were coming from him. One, to me as athletic director but then, two, to the president of the university." It gets better. Do yourself a favor and click on the link.
If you liked my post, you'll like this. Just read it.
I was going to do something along these lines today, but why reinvent the wheel? Sedihawk did a great job of sizing up what's out there, which honestly isn't much, since he's not projected to go in the first two rounds. The consensus? Fourth or fifth round, which really means anywhere from the third to sixth round. I would have loved to see him in Seattle if Holmgren was still here, because he could have eventually been a bigger, stronger version of Bobby Engram. But I honestly don't know what kind of receiver Greg Knapp likes, so I don't know how he would fit with the new regime. That said, of course I'd still love to cheer him on Sundays ...
Really? It's one thing if alumni get excited over a rival school trying to build the most expensive stadium in college football, but to cut off funding for all the other AD's in the state? Good move, Mr. Ed. Good thing your senate district consists of only UW.
It'll be made official soon that Seattle Pacific coach Jeff Hironaka is leaving to become an assistant at Washington State, where he will again work with his former boss, Ken Bone. Hironaka has been the head coach at SPU since 2002 when Bone left to become an assistant at UW. He is 134-67 at SPU. Hironaka's hiring fills out the staff at WSU, the others being former UW player Curtis Allen and holdover Ben Johnson, giving the Cougars a strong contingent of coaches with Seattle-area ties. This could also impact the Huskies as it's possible that assistants Paul Fortier and Jim Shaw could be approached about taking over for Hironaka. (Bob Condotta, Seattle Times)Hironaka to WSU
just a heads up