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Dawgs narrowly escape Beasley

You’d have thought Kyle Weaver, Aron Baynes, and Taylor Rochestie were suited up in crimson and gray threads Saturday night in Beasley Coliseum as a packed student section doubled the season-high attendance figure. 557 more words


Kent lists his three-steps to improvement

Washington State basketball is the Pac-12 cellar’s runner-up, and it doesn’t look like the needle will waver much come the latter half of the season. Head Coach Ernie Kent did, however, offer a three-pronged blueprint for his squad’s improvement Tuesday during his weekly press conference. 423 more words


Bruins slap Men's Hoops at home

PULLMAN – Washington State (8-13, 1-7) had only beaten UCLA (12-9, 5-3) 17 times in school history. That figure didn’t move Wednesday night in as the Bruins linear march to victory ended in a merciful final score of 67-87. 508 more words


Defenseless Cougs fall in Corvallis

Washington State flirted with the idea of making Thursday night in Corvallis an interesting ballgame. But once hearing that defense was half the equation, the crimson and grey appeared to have lost interest. 487 more words


Ernie Kent was right: WSU clobbers Cal

PULLMAN – If the past three weeks of Washington State basketball was a movie, Head Coach Ernie Kent knew how it ended it from the beginning. 704 more words


The return of Robert Franks and what to expect

Head Coach Ernie Kent broke the news of standout senior Robert Franks’ return to the hardwood in the his weekly press conference Wednesday.

“With Robo coming back to practice last night, the first thing that I noticed was our passing got a lot better, our scoring got a lot better, and our size got a lot better,” Kent said. 380 more words


Notes from Ernie Kent's Wednesday Press Conference

After not having a home game for almost an entire month, WSU Men’s Basketball returns to Beasley Coliseum tomorrow night for their conference home opener against California. 447 more words