Coach brain left WSU’s defense with two small guards on the floor on USC’s final possession and it cost the Cougars a game they should have won.
YES, HELLO THE COUGS ARE GOING DANCING AGAIN.
The Cougars picked up a resume building win and snapped an 11-game losing streak to ASU on Friday night. And that’s because Johana Teder was absolutely on fire.
A flurry of late threes wasn’t enough for the Cougs to complete the comeback victory over Oregon on Valentines Day.
Despite some horrific officiating, and poor shooting from deep in the second half, WSU completed the season sweep over USC.
That one really, really hurts folks.
An extremely good Arizona team came into Pullman and trounced a good WSU team. It’s really as simple as that.
The Cougars lost their second straight game when they couldn’t buy a bucket, or communicate on defense.
A pair of long field goal droughts in the first half buried the Cougars behind an insurmountable lead against the Utes.
The Cougar defense collapsed in the second half as the offense went stone cold. But WSU still walked out of Cal with its first sweep in the Bay Area since 1993.