MIKE LEACH AND KLAY THOMPSON join a star-studded cast of former Washington State athletes and coaches at the third annual Cougars Legends Weekend fund-raising events June 7-8 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
May 29, 2013

Overseas Cougar hoopers make waves

IVORY CLARK and Kyle Weaver, key members of NCAA tournament teams at Washington State, have applied their winning touch overseas. They are two of a plethora of old Cougs hooping it up these days in foreign lands.
June 18, 2011

HOOPS: Cougs in the pros

COUGAR GREAT KYLE WEAVER is eating up the NBA Development League, but he'd rather be living it up in the NBA. From Japan, Russia, Hungary and beyond, as well as at college towns right here in the USA, here's a rundown of crimson hoopers and what they're doing on the hardcourt now..
December 13, 2010

The Rogers Report and other spring ball notes

THE MOST POPULAR player on any football team, the old saying goes, is the second-string quarterback. So after nearly a week of spring practices on the Palouse, it stands to reason that the crimson faithful want, above all else, to know how their favorite Cougar -- junior signal caller Gary Rogers -- is doing.
March 28, 2007

Doba offers up spring razzle dazzle

COACH BILL DOBA said while the Cougs will be focused on the fundamentals when spring ball kicks off tomorrow, they may also implement some razzle dazzle into their practice sessions. The Wazzu head man's spring outlook picked up right where he left off at the end of last year, with lots and lots of injuries to report. And there are newcomers and redshirt freshmen who have golden opportunities.
March 21, 2007

Going cold turkey with March Sad, er, Madness

TONY BENNETT LIKENED the Cougs' heartwrenching loss Saturday to the old ski jumper from ABC's Wide World of Sports. "The thrill of victory ... and the agony of defeat." What a perfect metaphor. When the game was done, I felt like I'd gone down a mountain. A team that was so spirited -- and so good for a Crimson Nation that hadn't been this excited since the '03 Holiday Bowl -- was suddenly done.
March 19, 2007