Massive wins - and a massive loss (Episode 207)

There were resumé builders galore over the weekend, but it's overshadowed by Charlisse Leger-Walker's injury.

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Another weekend, another string of massive victories for WSU basketball — both men’s and women’s — but it definitely came with a price.

On this week’s show, we start off with the women, who picked up what probably is the greatest regular season win in program history when they defeated No. 2 UCLA on the road on Sunday.

It was the very definition of a pyrrhic victory, though: Charlisse Leger-Walker went down with a non-contact knee injury that looked very bad. Is this the last we’ll see of her in crimson and gray? And if so, what does it mean for the team going forward?

Other topics of discussion

  • Men’s basketball: The Cougs were so tough against Colorado, as they finished off a perfect weekend that has catapulted them into the thick of the Pac-12 basketball title race — and into NCAA tournament projections. What will they need to do the rest of the way?

  • Beer: Jeff — Speedway Stout, salted caramel brownie edition (Alesmith); Craig — Plum, 2021 harvest (Hill Farmstead).


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