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  • BRADEN JOHNSON | Evergreen columnist
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Nowadays, it feels as though I am the minority in that on the first Wednesday of February, I pay absolutely zero attention to any television specials or news posts surrounding college football’s coined national signing day or recruiting class rankings.

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At home for the Cougar Indoor/Multis Meet, the athletes sporting crimson and gray broke and set new personal bests. There were upwards of 24 personal records set at the completion of the second day of competition at Pullman’s Indoor Practice Facility.

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  • LARS HANSON | Evergreen reporter
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The longstanding tradition of equal support for men’s and women’s athletics remains evident at Washington State University amid national focus and questions surrounding Title IX.

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A sport as common on the East Coast as soccer, lacrosse is often harder to find on the West Coast. Nestled in the rolling wheat fields, the WSU men’s club lacrosse team has held its ground while pushing for the sport to be recognized by the Pac-12.

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  • ALEX PAYTON | Evergreen tennis reporter
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International students make up just seven percent of the campus population, yet for the women’s tennis team international students are the majority. In fact every single tennis player is an international student and the team comes solely from two continents: Asia and Europe.

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  • CASIE MOE | Evergreen track and field reporter
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The final indoor home meet for the WSU Track & Field team is a two-day event that starts Friday, Feb. 5. Held at the building shaped like an oversized igloo, the unmistakable WSU Indoor Practice Facility will give WSU the advantage during this sporting weekend.

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  • DUSTIN BRENNAN | Evergreen men's basketball reporter
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Perhaps the most exciting thing to happen for Cougar fans Wednesday night in Beasley Coliseum was when a fan knocked down a half-court shot and won $1,600 during a timeout. Meanwhile, the WSU men’s basketball team avoided getting blown out by No. 23/20 Arizona, but never really threatened th…

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  • MICHELLE FREDRICKSON | Evergreen columnist
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Well, sports dummies, it’s our favorite time of year again. The Super Bowl, or as I prefer to call it, Superb Owl.

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Make that seven consecutive Pac-12 losses for the WSU men's basketball team following the rock bottom of its season thus far in an 83-50 defeat at the hands of UCLA Saturday.

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If the WSU men’s basketball team had any chance of defeating the UCLA Bruins in Pauley Pavillon for the first since 2009, the Cougars would have needed to play a perfect ballgame.

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A war was waged against the men of Troy Thursday night, but the Cougars proved less effective than a wooden horse as the Washington State men’s basketball team could only compete with the Trojans for one half at the Galen Center.

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  • Payton Dineen | Evergreen swimming reporter
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A chapter will be coming to an end this weekend at Gibb Pool. The seniors on the WSU swim team will dive into the pool for a final time this weekend.

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After falling to the USC Trojans on Thursday, the WSU men’s basketball team is searching for any type of momentum as the team has lost its last six games. The good news is the Cougars’ (9-10, 1-6) next game is against the UCLA Bruins (12-8, 3-4), which WSU won the previous outing by a score …

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  • Alex Payton | Evergreen tennis reporter
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The Cougars will meet two teams they have not seen in a while this weekend. The Cougars face that dilemma this weekend as they play Kansas State, who they are playing for the second time since 1996, on Friday and North Texas, who they are playing for the second time since 1987, on Sunday.

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  • MICHELLE FREDRICKSON | Evergreen columnist
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I may not understand it, you fellow sports dummies may not understand it, but athletes are held up as idols to the general population. They are the gold standard, the people others look up to and admire.

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WSU Head Coach Mike Leach announced Monday that former Western Kentucky University coach JaMarcus Shephard has been named WSU’s inside wide receivers' coach. Shepard replaces David Yost, who took a position at Oregon in mid-January.

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  • BRADEN JOHNSON | Evergreen columnist
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When current Director of Athletics Bill Moos ended his three-year hiatus from collegiate athletics and returned home to Pullman in 2010, it was undoubtedly the best thing to happen to the WSU athletic department. Overlooked for decades, athletic programs here needed a hands-on and no-nonsens…

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It was one of those nights for the WSU men’s basketball team where there was nothing the team could do to contain Utah on the defensive end of the floor. Whether the Cougars (9-9, 1-5) went man or zone, the Utes (14-5, 3-3) seemed to always have an answer which led to a 92-71 blowout loss fo…

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It was a game of runs on Saturday in Seattle in the WSU women’s basketball team’s 69-63 loss to the University of Washington and the Cougars had difficulties sustaining those of the Huskies.

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  • MICHELLE FREDRICKSON | Evergreen columnist
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Over winter break, my dad would try to get me to watch football with him by building a fire in our living room in front of the TV during football games. He knew I couldn’t resist sitting in front of the fire and reading a book, and would use the opportunity to explain football to me.

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