Breaking down WSU hoops APR for next year

I RECEIVED A frantic email today from a Cougar basketball fan (actually he sent four frantic emails but who's counting) wondering if the Cougs were in trouble next year with the APR -- and if they would receive a postseason ban. I looked into the matter, and here's what I found...
May 15, 2014

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

Cougar Hoops: Sizing up the post minus Railey

IF THERE'S A silver lining to center Jordan Railey's suspension from the Washington State basketball team, it's this: youngsters Junior Longrus and Josh Hawkinson are getting more opportunities to prove themselves.
October 10, 2013

WSU HOOPS: Offseason state of union with Bone

IF THE WSU BASKETBALL season started today – and, Ken Bone stressed, the opener is four months away – he would start Royce Woolridge at the point. In an exclusive interview with Cougfan.com this week, Bone said he also foresees plenty of minutes running the WSU point for junior college transfer Danny Lawhorn and incoming freshman Ike Iroegbu.
July 11, 2013

HOOPS NOTEBOOK: Lacy says NCAA berth the goal

PULLMAN – DaVonté Lacy says it caught him by surprise when teammates named him a co-captain on the Washington State basketball team, but the honor comes as no surprise to those familiar with the sophomore guard from Tacoma.
October 31, 2012

Bone talks Australia, recruiting & more

PULLMAN - WSU basketball coach Ken Bone sat down with CF.C earlier this week for a wide-ranging interview fresh off the Cougs' five-game, two-week Australian tour. Among the topics discussed: the state of the program entering his fourth year in Pullman, a new walk-on, a former walk-on again placed on scholie, WSU recruiting, newcomers who could have an immediate impact this season and more.
August 24, 2012

WSU rookie hoopers add the beef

A GLANCE AT the incoming freshmen on the Washington State's men's basketball summer roster tells a beefy tale. The new Cougars have packed on some serious weight, led by incoming freshman Richard Longrus, who has put on 22 pounds since last fall.
August 20, 2012

Bone talks Australia trip with CF.C

PULLMAN – What's more important than winning? On the cusp of the Cougs' two week trip to Australia, head man Ken Bone answers that question and a few more. Bone offers his assessment on some of the young talent entering the program such as Richard Longrus and Brett Boese, the recruiting benefits of playing in Australia plus Que Johnson's status and if he too will be making the trip Down Under.
July 27, 2012