The Washington State Volleyball team had a pretty extraordinary year, and some of their players are now being recognized for it.
Immediately following the ladies were the same teams, but different genders as the Warrior men took on the gentlemen Argos from Great Falls.
The ladies of Warrior basketball are undefeated, and would play their first conference game of the season this past Saturday.
While we anxiously wait to hear if and when the Cougar football team will be in a bowl game, we find out what we already knew...one of their players is something really special.
The 106th Apple Cup has already come and gone, and a win for the Cougs would almost certainly solidify their bowl chances.
DaVonte Lacy scored 16 points, Royce Woolridge had 14, and Washington State beat Purdue 69-54 in the Old Spice Classic consolation round on Friday.
Though there's no chance to make a bowl game this year, one last win would do huge things for the Vandal football team.
There was an impressive stat that many overlooked in the Coug's 49-37 win over Utah last Saturday.
Just last week, an Idaho women's basketball player won a conference 'Player of the Week' award, this week they keep on coming in!
On the Idaho side, things didn't go as well for the Vandals who played one of the best teams in the nation.
Big implications for the Cougars as one more win would give them six and they would become bowl eligible.
Sticking with the Cougs, having a high-powered air attack obviously means you need a lot of talent to throw too.
Just a few minutes away, some intense college basketball action was going down.
Connor Halliday threw for 488 yards and four touchdowns as Washington State beat Utah 49-37 on Saturday to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2006.
Washington State football will have a chance to nab their biggest recruit ever.