Why Woolridge and two others leaving WSU

ERNIE KENT AND the Cougs are going to be major players in the basketball signing period that kicks off tomorrow. Two Cougs – Royce Woolridge and James Hunter – are leaving the program and Washington State has released forward Jermaine Morgan from his Letter of Intent. But this isn't a case of a new coach cleaning house, in fact far from it. CF.C spoke to Woolridge and Kent to get the inside story.
April 15, 2014

Kent talks recruits, staff hires and more

NEW WASHINGTON STATE basketball coach Ernie Kent says the Cougars have "an outstanding point guard" coming to Pullman. It remains to be seen, however, if that player is coming to Pullman next season. Meanwhile, will assistant Curtis Allen be retained by Kent? We asked Kent about Allen and he offered some interesting thoughts on that and his remaining staff hires.
April 11, 2014

WSU commits react to Bone's departure

SO WHAT DOES the basketball coaching change mean on the recruiting front? Tramaine Isabell and Jermaine Morgan signed their Letters-of-Intent with Washington State and Ken Bone back in November. Cougfan.com today asked both for their thoughts on Bone's dismissal and what it means for their future at WSU.
March 18, 2014

HOOPS: How WSU and new Coug came together

NEW WSU FORWARD Jermaine Morgan was a mystery to CougFans when he sent in his letter of intent Wednesday morning. No recruiting site had pegged the 6-8, 215-pounder as one of Ken Bone's targets in the early signing period and questions on how the union with WSU came about were left unanswered. CF.C spoke with Morgan and it quickly became clear -- the seeds were sown several summers ago in Chicago.
November 22, 2013

WSU HOOPS: An early Signing Period surprise

TODAY WAS THE last day of the early signing period in basketball and the Cougs have pulled off a surprise. Junior college forward Jermaine Morgan (6-8, 210) out of Moberly Area Community College in Missouri tweeted that he is WSU-bound. And then Tim Marrion, Washington State's Director of Men's Basketball Player Development, welcomed Morgan to WSU with a tweet of his own.
November 20, 2013