So…the best thing we can say about the week that was, is it means Robinson Cano is now only one week away from coming back! When we record next week, … Continue Reading The BS Show: Robinson Cano comes back in one week!
Brent Schwartz is back in the BS studios with Brett to predict the WSU football season now that we’re less than a month away from kickoff! Before predicting the season, … Continue Reading Bonus BS: WSU Football season prediction
Robinson Cano comes back in two weeks, and boy do the M’s ever need him. Where’s he going to play? Scott Servais has said it will be “fun” to find … Continue Reading The BS Show: Robinson Cano comes back in two weeks!
Baseball is a sport that can be tremendously boring, but also one that can leave you gouging finger marks into the armrest of your easy chair. The Washington Huskies on … Continue Reading Huskies punch ticket to first World Series
Brent Schwartz rejoins Brett to talk about the Spring game that was. Who’s going to start at quarterback? Was Max Borghi as awesome as everyone hoped? One position group looks … Continue Reading Bonus BS Show Episode: WSU Spring footall recap
Purdue’s offense will continue to be fun heading into 2018.
Villanova easily covered the spread against Michigan as the Wildcats earned their second national championship in three years.
Arike. Can. Not. Be. Stopped.
The Villanova Wildcats dominated their way through the NCAA tournament and will be facing Michigan in the national championship game.
Luke Falk has piled up the wins during his three and a third seasons under center for Mike Leach. But missed opportunities have been costly.
Angry blitzing might be coming to an SEC stadium near you!
The Cougars hot shooting overcame turnover issues as they upset San Diego State for the Wooden Legacy Tournament championship.
The Pac-12’s top team’s failed to completely separate themselves from the muddled middle.
Arizona racked up over 300 rushing yards against the Cougs.
No. 15 Washington State looks to remain unbeaten in Tucson under head coach Mike Leach
WSU women’s basketball star Lou Brown showed off her deep shot on Twitter.