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Jeff Pollard knew it was unlikely his opportunity to play basketball after college would come in the NBA, but the Washington State forward hoped to pursue a career in professional basketball nonetheless.
Before the season started, Kyle Smith and the data-infatuated assistants on his Washington State coaching staff tried to handicap where the Cougars would land on Ken Pomeroy’s rankings map when 2019-20 campaign finished.
Kyle Smith may not be instructing young adults on the anatomy of pick-and-roll defense right now, but it doesn’t mean the first-year Washington State basketball coach is fully escaping teacher mode in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Not until he woke up Thursday morning could Jeff Pollard fully grasp the breadth of the history he and his Washington State teammates had made the night before, beating Colorado 82-68 in the Pac-12 Tournament.
Washington State and seven of its peers in the Pac-12 didn’t get the closure they desperately wanted when the conference decided last Thursday to cancel the remainder of its tournament in Las Vegas, following the lead of others in the college basketball world amid coronavirus worries.
Since Jeff Pollard can’t drum up the right word to describe his four years at Washington State, the senior forward has another proposition. “How about a phrase?” Pollard suggests.
A Washington State team that’s dealt with a series of injuries and ailments through the first two months of the 2019-20 basketball season saw another key player leave the floor Thursday night in the Pac-12 opener against USC.
After mulling a transfer from Washington State, Jeff Pollard will return to the Cougars for his senior season, the forward announced on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
Washington State’s Jeff Pollard was one of six players named to the All-Pac-12 Men’s Basketball All-Academic First Team, the conference announced Tuesday.
Cougar forwards Robert Franks and Jeff Pollard talk about UCLA's 3-point shooting and how the Bruins were hard to contain in a 87-67 loss at Beasley Coliseum.
Cougar guard Viont'e Daniels and forwards Robert Franks and Jeff Pollard reflect on Washington State's 82-59 win over Cal.
Washington State forward Jeff Pollard talks about getting back on track and the challenge the Cougars will face against Oregon State’s Drew Eubanks.
After a three-game skid to open Pac-12 Conference play, the Washington State Cougars head into the second week of January looking to rediscover their form and find some momentum. Perhaps nobody else in the conference has more of both of those things at the moment than the Cougars’ next opponent.
WSU forward Jeff Pollard reflects on the Cougars’ loss to Washington and talks about the challenge of Stanford and center Reid Travis.
Washington State forward Jeff Pollard talks about his expanded role this season and preparing for the Battle of the Palouse.
WSU players Milan Acquaah, Jeff Pollard and Robert Franks talk about the win over Saint Martin’s in Sunday’s exhibition.
Jeff Pollard, a 6-foot-8, 235-pound forward from Bountiful, Utah, signed a national letter of intent to play for the Washington State men’s basketball team.
Forward Jeff Pollard and guard Milan Acquaah ended their recruitments by signing National Letters of Intent with Washington State on Wednesday.