The Stanford vs Washington State game is up for 3:00 PM EST on January 19th. The game airs on Pac-12 Network (US). Matchup goes down at the Beasley Coliseum in Pullman, Washington. The Stanford Cardinal are 8-8, standing with a decent to make it out of the tie when they are up against the Washington State Cougars later today, a team that is 7-9.
Date and Time: January 19th, 2018 3:00 PM EST
Venue: Beasley Coliseum
TV: Pac-12 Network (US)
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Both teams have a solid chance, really. The Stanford Cardinal are 8-8 and 1-3 in the conference. Scoring an average of 73.1 points per game, they will be depending on season leaders KZ Okpala and Daejon Davis. On the other hand, the Washington State Cougars are scoring an average of 79.1 points per game. They will be depending on season leaders Voint’e Daniels and CJ Elleby.
The Stanford Cardinal are coming off an 85-71 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils. Before that, they had a three-game losing streak starting with their 92-70 loss at the hands of the UCLA Bruins. The streak continued when they lost 77-66 to the USC Trojans. And next up was a 75-70 defeat at the hands of the Arizona Wildcats.
The Washington State Cougars are coming off a long losing streak. A six-game streak at that. It begins with their 82-75 loss to the San Diego Toreros back on December 23rd. After that was a 75-72 loss to the New Mexico State Aggies. Next up, a 79-71 loss to the Santa Clara Broncos. Following that loss was an 85-67 defeat at the hands of the Washington Huskies, then a 92-60 loss to the Colorado Bulls. Most recently, they are coming off an 88-70 loss to the Utah Utes.