PULLMAN — With one fewer mustache than it had last season, Washington State’s football team will take to the large patch of turf at Rogers Field here this afternoon for the first time this fall, before moving to Lewiston’s Sacjawea Middle School for the next six days.

PULLMAN — With one fewer mustache than it had last season, Washington State’s football team will take to the large patch of turf at Rogers Field here this afternoon for the first time this fall, before moving to Lewiston’s Sacjawea Middle School for the next six days.

PULLMAN — Craig Ehlo, the former Washington State hoops standout who played 14 seasons in the NBA and resides in Spokane County, will return to Pullman in a broadcasting role this season.

PULLMAN — A laundry list of other Power Five programs came knocking for Christian Fitzpatrick, but the high school receiver from Michigan made up his mind on where to play next, largely using this piece of criteria.

PULLMAN — Keith Lincoln, a powerful, versatile fullback for Washington State in the late 1950’s and early 60’s who later went on to a storied professional football career with the San Diego Chargers, died Saturday in Pullman at the age of 80.

PULLMAN — Washington State visits Utah the fifth week of the season, but the Cougars won their first battle against the Utes, beating them to California safety Hunter Escorcia.

PULLMAN — In late January, Pat Chun took the first step toward improving the baseball product at Washington State, getting approval to move forward with $10 million renovations to Bailey-Brayton Field.

PULLMAN — Eight years later, it’s still the most popular jersey at Washington State home basketball games and before long, Klay Thompson’s No. 1 will be hanging in the rafters at Beasley Coliseum.

PULLMAN — With no less than five television cameras pointed at Marvin Cannon, and a few more voice recorders sprinkled in, the beads of sweat started forming on the Washington State sophomore’s hairline, rolling onto his forehead and all the way down to his cheeks.

LAS VEGAS — When all the seeding chaos finally settled late Saturday night, and the Pac-12 Tournament sorted out who’d be playing who in today’s first-round games at T-Mobile Arena, the conference spit out a familiar matchup for the teams positioned in sixth and 11th places.

PULLMAN — Oregon scored 20 points off 17 Washington State turnovers and even as the Cougars returned closer to full-strength Wednesday night, the self-inflicted wounds that hurt them last week in the Bay Area were too much to overcome on the Palouse in a 72-61 loss to the Ducks at Beasley Coliseum.