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Iroegbu leads WSU to a 86-71 win over Arizona State
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) After its home loss to No. 5 Arizona on Thursday, Washington State coach Ernie Kent called out his seniors, and vocalized the team's need for better leadership.
"It was a reality check to put things into perspective," said Josh Hawkinson, who set a school record with his 54th double-double in Saturday's 86-71 victory over Arizona State. "How long we've been here, how many more practices we have, how hard we've worked just to throw it away doesn't make any sense."
Down by as many as 12 points in the first half, the Cougars' seniors followed through.MORE
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