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  • Cougar Preview

      You can tell by Bill Doba's face that something is getting him excited. It's likely that it could be the prospect of watching the 2003 Cougars play football, which they will do, for the second time this year, against Idaho this Saturday
  • Passing Through

      It was the sign of the times last year when Jason Gesser was rooming with teammates Lamont Thompson and Fred Shavies, noted defensive guys. Mind you, not just any defensive guys -- Shavies, at 6-2, 260 pounds, is a starting defensive line
  • Cougar Preview

      The 2002 college football season is finally here -- and you'll have to excuse Cougar football fans and well-wishers if they get a tad teary; it's been five years since they've had this type of attention lobbed onto their football team. La
  • Sunny disposition

      Mike Price's job just got a little more difficult -- sort of. Price is the head football coach at Washington State University and, as such, is responsible for bringing athletic respectability back to that institution -- at least as it rela
  • Above the rim

      For all those feeding squirrels and living under a 1971 Audi-sized rock for the last couple of years, we bring you this breaking news: The Gonzaga hoops program has arrived and put its feet up on the couch. Get used to it. They're going to
  • A time to win

      As the Washington State Cougars enter the third year of their trial membership in the Pacific-10 Conference... hey, joking, just joking... c'mon now, where's your sense of humor? If you've been a Cougar basketball fan or well-wisher for the
  • Cougs in the driver's seat?

      It's showtime in the Palouse. The curtains are up, and it's time for the world and Fox Sports executives -- whose network has failed to provide a live telecast of the last three WSU conference games while the Cougars were taking their spot a
  • The Price of victory

      For Cougar Head Coach Mike Price, the 2001 football season can't come soon enough. After the euphoria of the 1997 Rose Bowl season wore off (about midway through the 1998 season), Price has been battling both reality and perception -- and
  • Go West, young lady

      Round and round she goes, where she stops, nobody knows. Well, nobody except the NCAA, anyway. Two years ago, when Kevin Twohig, general manager of the Spokane Arena, helped to submit the Arena's bid to host the 2001 NCAA Women's Basket
  • Gesser's game

      Last season was a smorgasbord of bad news for the Cougars. If it wasn't one thing, it was another. If it wasn't trouble with Johnny Law (Kevin Brown), it was academics (Chris Martin). If it wasn't season-ending injuries (James
  • Same dance new tune

      Last year, when Gonzaga -- the tiny Catholic school from Spokane that could -- made it to the collegiate post-season Division I hoop party affectionately called the Big Dance (but otherwise known as Revenue Heaven for the NCAA),
  • Apple Cup 2K

      It's that time again. You know what we're talking about. Don't try to play coy. It's the time when the crunch of melting slush meets the sting of a $40 ticket, and together they form something more tasty than another president
  • Cougar hoop preview

      Paul Graham enters his sophomore season as Washington State University's head basketball coach with just as much expectations as he had in his first season -- slim or none. But that's good. A 6-22 season (and that was after s

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