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Washington State beats cross-border rival Idaho 61-48
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) An empty chair sat at the end of Washington State's bench at the beginning of the game. Coach Ernie Kent was on the opposite side of the court, seated next to Idaho coach Don Verlin.
Both coaches lost their fathers to cancer, so when Verlin donated a "Coach for a Day" package to an auction for Coaches vs. Cancer, Kent beat out other bidders and chose to spend the first 30 seconds of the game on Idaho's bench.
"I don't think anybody's ever seen that anywhere in the country, where opposing coaches stood on one side of the field, sat on another team's bench, sat in another team's dugout," Kent said. "But that's not the importance of what transpired. It was the fact that you have coaches, again coaches, standing up for such a worthy cause."MORE