AUDIO: Apple Cup week interview with TNT's Todd Milles

For this week's opponent interview, I tapped another one of my former colleagues, The (Tacoma) News Tribune's Todd Milles. He's a WSU grad who covered the Cougs for years, but he's now on the Husky beat -- not unlike another prominent UW beat writer.

We talk about the differences between the two schools and their programs, how things are going over in Montlake in the midst of this losing streak, and whether the Cougs really have a shot of keeping it close.

As usual you can listen to the audio via the player below, or visit our podcast page for myriad subscription options. You can also find us in the iTunes directory under keyword "CougCenter." The advantage of subscribing? Besides having the audio directly delivered to your player of choice, I often upload the audio to the podcast site before posting it here -- this podcast was uploaded early this morning, so many of you might have already listened to it.

If you like what Todd has to say, you might also like this cool story from him this morning catching up with Bill Doba. No matter what you think of the state in which he left the program, the man did a lot of great things for our university and is a class act all the way. He deserves to enjoy his retirement, that's for sure.

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