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Cougs Announce WSU Men's Basketball Schedule

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PULLMAN, Wash. -- Another challenging schedule awaits Washington State in men's basketball, after fifth-year head coach Ken Bone announced the team's 2013-14 schedule on Wednesday.

Cougar fans can look forward to non-conference games against CSU Bakersfield, Lamar, Pepperdine, UTEP, and Mississippi Valley State in Pullman.  Absent from this year's slate is the Cougar Hardwood Classic.  That annual event, eight years in the making, will not be played this season due to scheduling conflicts with KeyArena, but it is expected to return in the future.

The Pac-12 will announce a completed conference schedule once the conference's flagship network selects its television broadcasts.  The completed schedule with dates, opponents, and times should be released in late August.

The Cougars will open the season with back-to-back home games against CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 8) and Lamar (Nov. 16).  They will then travel to face Gonzaga in Spokane on Thursday, Nov. 21st.

Below is the schedule released by WSU Athletics:

2013-2014 Schedule

(Please note that changes will occur to the schedule, check wsucougars.com for updates.)

 
Date                           Day                       Opponent                                        Site                                                                          TV                           

EXHIBITION

Nov. 2                 Saturday         CENTRAL WASH. (EXH)         PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

NONCONFERENCE

Nov. 8                 Friday             CSU BAKERSFIELD              PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Nov. 16                Saturday         LAMAR                                  PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Nov. 21                Thursday         at Gonzaga                            Spokane, Wash.                                     TBA                 

Nov. 24                Sunday           TCU                                       PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Nov. 28                Thursday         vs. Butler#                             Lake Buena Vista, Fla.                            ESPN2             

Nov. 29                Friday             Old Spice Classic#                Lake Buena Vista, Fla.                            ESPN(2/U)       

Dec. 1                 Sunday           Old Spice Classic#                Lake Buena Vista, Fla.                            ESPN(2/U/3)    

Dec. 7                 Saturday          at Idaho                                 Moscow, Idaho                                       TBA                 

Dec. 15                Sunday           PEPPERDINE                        PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Dec. 18                Wednesday     San Francisco State^              Kennewick, Wash.                                  TBA                 

Dec. 21                Saturday         UTEP                                    PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Dec. 28                Saturday         MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST.     PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

CONFERENCE

Jan. 1-5               Wed.-Sun.       at Arizona State/Arizona          Tempe, Ariz./Tucson, Ariz.                      TBA                 

Jan. 8-12             Wed.-Sun.       UTAH/COLORADO                 Spokane, Wash./PULLMAN                    TBA                 

Jan. 15-20            Wed.-Sun.       at Stanford/California               Stanford, Calif./Berkeley, Calif.                TBA                 

Jan. 22-26            Wed.-Mon.      OREGON STATE/OREGON    PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Jan. 29-Feb. 2      Wed.-Sun.       WASHINGTON                       PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Feb. 5-9               Wed.-Sun.       at Colorado/Utah                    Boulder, Colo./Salt Lake City                   TBA                 

Feb. 12-16           Wed.-Sun.       CALIFORNIA/STANFORD       PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

Feb. 19-23           Wed.-Sun.       at Oregon/Oregon State          Eugene, Ore./Corvallis, Ore.                   TBA                 

Feb. 26-March 2   Wed.-Sun.       at Washington                        Seattle                                                   TBA                 

March 4-8            Tue.-Sat.         UCLA/USC                             PULLMAN                                              TBA                 

March 12-15         Wed.-Sat.        Pac-12 Tournament%              Las Vegas                                              Pac-12/ESPN   

^ -  Played at Toyota Center (Kennewick, Wash.)                                    # - Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, Fla.)

& - Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, Wash.)                                      % - Pac-12 Tournament Played at MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas)

* - Pac-12 Game                                                                                 **All dates and times subject to change

All times Pacific                                                                                 

Home games in Bold - Pullman games played at Friel Court in Beasley Coliseum

Revised July 26, 2013

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