The basketball season has just started, and already we find one of our local teams in a tournament.
As you may have heard from the weather reports, we're going to be expecting a good amount of snow over the next few days, so let's talk about baseball.
The L-C Valley has a new, electrifying show that performs a couple times a week at one of our local colleges.
Two local college basketball teams battled it out last Friday and it looks like the game film has finally been analyzed.
As basketball season starts to become more of a focus in the sports world, we look at a player who could make a huge difference to the Cougar's season.
A Cougar team has made national headlines in its quest to bring home a championship.
It seems like every week, the Vandals get a little better in their continuing quest for a winning season.
ot only did Falk play good enough to help get the win, but his efforts in his first collegiate start were also enough to make him the Pac-12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Despite the fact that no Bowl game will be played by the Cougs this year, the team and Cougar faithful got a chance to see the beginning of the Luke Falk era last Saturday.
Thursday we learned about some very unfortunate news out of Moscow.
Just when we all thought they had their quarterback of the future, it seems to be anyone's job again.
Regardless of their record, there are a lot of talented athletes on the Washington State Football team who would love to make it to the pro level.
Unfortunately for the Cougar faithful, it's time to start looking towards the future.
And now aside from the loss, we take in the worse news from Saturday's game. Quarterback Connor Hallliday was carted off the field in the first quarter after suffering a broken fibula.
Our local Pac-12 Football team needed to win four straight games in order to be eligible to play in a Bowl game, but had a very tough USC team standing in their way.