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Hot Cougar Action: Another attempt at ranking WSU in the Pac-12

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Men's Basketball

A few days ago we had a discussion on where the WSU men's basketball team ranked in the Pac-12. The general consensus was the Cougars were in the 10-11 range. Now after the narrow loss to Gonzaga, it seems like a good time to revisit the discussion. ESPN released their latest basketball rankings and WSU checked in at No. 9. Was the two-point loss to Gonzaga enough to move the Cougars up two spots in your eyes?

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Conference Power Rankings: Pac-12 - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
9. Washington State. Cougars coach Ken Bone deserves a ton of credit for his team’s near upset of Gonzaga on Wednesday. Washington State looked like a completely different team than the one that lost to Pepperdine and Texas A&M last month. Guard DaVonte Lacy returned after a four-game absence and scored 22 points.

Cougars Notebook: DiIorio will miss few weeks " Kitsap Sun

PULLMAN — Will DiIorio has never played better, but the junior guard from Bainbridge Island won't be playing for a while for the Washington State basketball team.

Washington State University men's basketball hosts Fresno State Sunday at Beasley Coliseum - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site

WSU WELCOMES FRESNO STATE TO PULLMAN: Washington State University men's basketball (5-4) looks to bounce back from its two-point loss to No. 10 Gonzaga, as it hosts Fresno State (5-3), Sunday, Dec. 9 at noon at Beasley Coliseum.

WSU Athletics

Did you miss anything from WSU's fall sports season? Well WSU athletics has you covered with their fall sports review.

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Washington State Cougars Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State Cougars fall season came to end late last month, highlighted by the women's soccer team reaching the NCAA Championship for the fourth time in the past five seasons.