WSU faltered and fell to last place in PAC-12

WSU faltered and fell to last place in PAC-12
PULLMAN, WA – Here is a look up in Pullman for some division one basketball action.

Beasley Coliseum was the venue for a Big Pac-12 men's basketball matchup as the 10 and 19 men of Troy, the USC Trojans, came to Pullman to take on the 9 and 19 Washington State Cougars.

First half, USC showed off their passing and then showed off their big man seven-foot-two Omar Oraby got an easy slam for two.

Cougars responded, Royce Wooldridge got an open look from three and he drained that but the Cougars were still down.

Byron Wesley of the Trojans responded right away however with a three of his own, he ended his night with a 31 total.

But the star of the Cougars, Mister Davonte Lacy with a great wrap around steal and no better way to get the crowd back into it than with a slam. But despite how pretty that was, the Cougars once again faltered as they forgot to win, 79-68. WSU has now lost eight straight and are in last place in the PAC-12. They will play UCLA in their last home and regular season game of the season this Saturday at 8:00 p.m.