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Five years ago, as a rookie athletic director, Scott Woodward made a good hire out of a bad situation.
Plan A is staying put. As Washington’s search for a new football coach heads into its third day, could Plan B be at Alabama?
The Bowl Championship Series announced Tuesday the 20 football teams still under consideration for BCS berths, and, not surprisingly, it includes 10-2 Oregon. That means the Pac-12 bowl picture will likely remain in flux until announcements are made Sunday.
On Monday, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos began the process of trying to secure a bowl berth for the football team in earnest. With a 6-6 record, the Cougars are eligible for a bowl berth, but are not guaranteed a spot in the postseason.
Quarterback Marcus Mariota has announced that he will return to Oregon for his junior season.
On a Thursday night in the first week of December in 2008, the news broke that Washington had made a surprise choice for its new football coach: Steve Sarkisian.
Washington’s search for a new football coach began the day Steve Sarkisian left for USC.
Safety Deone Bucannon of Washington State has been named first-team All-Pac-12 in football, the conference announced on Monday.
LONGVIEW, Wash. — Jeff Reinland still isn’t sure which of his Warrior men’s basketball teams is the real deal, the one that set a school record here Friday by making 23 3-point baskets or the one that for the second night in a row was stone cold from downtown in Sunday’s 73-64 loss to Southwest Oregon in the consolation round of the Red Devils Classic.
PORTLAND – Whitman College junior point guard Heather Johns scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Missionary women’s basketball team rolled to its sixth straight win Sunday afternoon, downing Concordia University on the road, 77-54.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Ronald Roberts scored 21 points and Saint Joseph’s beat Washington State 72-67 Sunday in the fifth-place game at the Old Spice Classic.
SPOKANE — Gary Bell Jr. had an abbreviated offseason to allow a knee injury and a stress fracture in his ankle time to recover following a grueling 2012-13 season.
EUGENE — Oregon is off to its best start in seven years, and the players say they are still getting used to each other.
ROSEMONT, Ill. — Oliver Purnell didn’t think he gave his team the tongue lashing his players said he did but no matter the tone the message was delivered.
PASADENA, Calif. — The Missionaries shot 50 percent from 3-point land in grabbing their first victory of the season Wednesday night, 87-73, over the California Institute of Technology at Braun Athletic Center.
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