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Wrestling, one of the world's oldest and proudest sports, is unheralded by most Americans, but it is the life of the minority who embrace it.CHRIS JACKSON, COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
November 30, 1992
Washington State, whose C.J. Davis is shown here being driven out of bounds by Washington's Shane Pahukoa (21), plowed to a 42-23 upset victory in this flakiest of rivalries.
January 30, 1989 | William F. Reed
GARY PAYTONOregon State's 6'3" junior guard averaged 30 points in the Beavers' two conference victories. In their 90-63 win over Washington State, Payton scored 41 points, including seven three-pointers.
August 15, 1988
SANDIE FERNANDEZEL PASOSandie, a recent graduate of Hanks High, won the balance beam and floor exercise and placed third in the uneven bars and fourth in the vault to claim the all-around title at the first National...
February 17, 1986 | Austin Murphy
REGGIE MILLER: UCLA's 6'7" junior forward scored 73 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and made six assists as the Bruins defeated Pac-10 rivals Washington, 94-89 in OT, and Washington State, 88-81.