Author: Keith Osso

Spokane’s Tyler Johnson wins the Stanley Cup

EDMONTON, — It was the craziest season in the history of hockey, but in the end it was Tampa Bay winning the Stanley Cup.  With the win, Spokane native and former Spokane Chief Tyler Johnson hoists the cup for the…

EWU officially suspends all fall sports until further notice

Eastern Washington University will suspend all fall sports until further notice out of safety concerns in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Eastern Associate Vice President/Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey announced Monday (Aug. 10). The decision comes on the heels of last…

Cougar women dominate in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff

The Washington State University women's basketball team had the offense clicking on Wednesday against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, as the Cougars registered a season high in points en route to an 85-56 victory against the Golden Lions inside Beasley Coliseum.

Seahawks claim Josh Gordon off waivers

When the New England Patriots cut Josh Gordon yesterday he was available to every team in the NFL via waiver claim that is in reverse order of standings.  Pete Carroll admitted he didn't think he would still be available by the time it got to their claim position, but the Seahawks got their man.

WSU's Gordon reflects on dream-like first start

In today's college football, backup quarterbacks seem to spend more time in the transfer portal, than on any given campus.  Washington State's Anthony Gordon stayed in Pullman, and we saw his reward Saturday.

WSU's Leach named national coach of the year

Washington State University Head Football Coach Mike Leach has been named the Football Bowl Subdivision American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) National Coach of the Year, the organization announced Tuesday.