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Washington edges Oklahoma

SEATTLE — Jernard Jarreau matched his careerhigh with 12 points as the Huskies held on to beat the Sooners 69-67 at the MGM GrandGarden Arena in Las Vegas.

Gonzaga beats Cal Poly in Seattle

SEATTLE — Kevin Pangos and Przemek Karnowski bothscored 16 points and the Bulldogs held off the stubborn Mustangs at Seattle.

WVC basketball: Knights women rebound for win

GRESHAM, Ore. — For the second straight weekend, the Wenatchee Valley College women’s basketball team bounced back with a win on the second day of a tournament after dropping its first tourney contest.

Cougars’ Lacy looking to regain star form

PULLMAN — As optimistic as the Washington State basketball team felt after giving Gonzaga a solid challenge last week, much of that feeling was gone three days later when the Cougars lost at Santa Clara. The 76-67 defeat dropped WSU to 4-6 on the season, but more important, it saw senior DaVonte Lacy struggle from the floor.

Huskies demolish Grambling State

SEATTLE — Shawn Kemp Jr. and Robert Upshaw took turns flushing alley-oop jams, high-flying slams and putback dunks during the Washington men’s basketball team’s 86-38 victory over Grambling State on Wednesday.

Huskies overcome deficit to beat Eagles

SEATTLE - Robert Upshaw emerged from the Hec Edmundson Pavilion locker room on Sunday night in what is becoming standard postgame attire.

Sharp-shooting Knights basketball squads beat Raiders

LAKEWOOD — Early in the season, the Wenatchee Valley College women’s basketball team has relied on stingy defense to compete and win, but in Saturday’s Pierce Raiders Invitational contest against the host team, the Knights’ offense surged in a big way.

Big men lead Gonzaga over WSU

SPOKANE — On a night when guards Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. weren’t scoring, No. 9 Gonzaga went inside to beat Washington State 81-66 on Wednesday.

Huskies’ Upshaw on historic shot-blocking pace

Barring serious injury or other misfortune, Robert Upshaw will finish the 2014-15 basketball season as the most prolific shot-blocker in Washington Huskies single-season history.

College football: Ohio State elevates past Baylor, TCU

Weighing in late Saturday night on his football team’s case to crash the college-football playoff over Texas Christian, Baylor coach Art Briles asked a sideline reporter, “What country do we live in, America?”

Arizona, Oregon offenses fall from same family tree

To fully appreciate how Arizona and Oregon came to intersect in Friday night’s Pac-12 championship game at techie new Levi’s Stadium, you need to go back exactly 25 years to a little town in West Virginia.

Cold-shooting Cougars fall to Vandals

PULLMAN — With just 4 minutes to play in Washington State’s annual matchup against Idaho, a pair of Cougar fans in the front row tried to lead the comeback themselves.

Huskies await bowl destination

For the fifth time in the past six seasons, the Washington Huskies left the Apple Cup game against Washington State carrying the trophy.

Southeastern Louisiana tests will of Gonzaga

SPOKANE — Gonzaga retired to the locker room, outplayed by Southeastern Louisiana and trailing by one point. The players knew they were in for an animated halftime chat with the coaching staff.