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Huskies are real national title contenders

EUGENE, Ore. — Chris Petersen is going to ban this column from campus and lay into any player who reads it. He is going to wince at every word, cringe at every paragraph, and possibly punch a wall before getting to the tagline.

Cougars crush Stanford behind great defensive performance

PALO ALTO, Calif. — As the final seconds ran off the clock and the Washington State fans in the southwest corner of Stanford Stadium rejoiced, the magnitude of what the Cougars had just done began to sink in.

WVC soccer squads earn 2-1 wins over Treasure Valley

ONTARIO, Ore. — Luis Orozco scored in the 18th minute and Dylan Avey scored the go-ahead and eventual game-winning goal in the 78th minute to give the visiting WVC men’s soccer team a 2-1 win over Treasure Valley on Saturday afternoon.

UW men’s hoops team starts practice

SEATTLE — The Washington men’s basketball team will practice Monday afternoon, which officially starts preparation for the 2016-16 season.

No. 10 Washington routs No. 7 Stanford 44-6

SEATTLE — It took months of planning for the Washington athletic department to pull off a warm tribute for the Huskies’ 1991 national-championship team at halftime Friday night, complete with fireworks, a standing ovation, long-stemmed roses and many a fond memory.

Orgeron made call to boot Cameron

BATON ROUGE, La. — Interim LSU football coach Ed Orgeron was given the license to make whatever changes he deemed necessary on the Tigers’ staff. It was understood that one of those changes would be not retaining offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.

Struggling LSU fires Miles, Cameron after Auburn loss

BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU coach Les Miles, whose recruiting prowess and quirky but lovable leadership style failed to overcome a stone-age offense and ham-handed clock management, was fired Sunday after the Tigers dropped out of the Top 25 with an 18-13 road loss to Auburn in which LSU's potential game-winning touchdown was nullified because the ball was snapped after time expired.

Wild quickly growing up on and off ice

WENATCHEE — “There wasn’t a lot not to like,” said Wenatchee Wild coach/general manager Bliss Littler about his team’s three-game rout of Prince George last week.