To get in the Apple Cup week spirit, the WSU Athletic department is posting a great moment in Apple Cup history every day this week. They started with the 2008 Apple Cup, but to much dismay, the video does not include jumping Paul Wulff.
Apple Cup 2008: Cougs win in 2OT! (via WSUCougarAthletics)
I assume they will post at least four more videos this week, which got me to thinking. What other moments will make the cut? Bledsoe to Bobo in the 1992 AC is a lock. Chris Jackson's TD catch in 1997 has a good shot to make it as does Brandon Gibson's game winning touchdown catch in 2007. Trandon Harvey's touchdown in 2005 is one of my personal favorites.
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Then there is the conference leader at Washington State – sophomore Marquess Wilson – who belongs in that elite-performer class even if he looks like a pogo stick in comparison. Wilson is 6-3, 181. His frame is spindly, much like former Wisconsin star Al Toon. He gets by with bounce and burst, not brawn.
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PULLMAN, WA - Construction at Washington State University's Martin Stadium got started on Monday. The WSU Board of Regents recently approved the $80 million project that will update the south side of Martin Stadium.
The Cougars just released an update on quarterback Connor Halliday's health. He's out of ICU. You can read WSU's news release below: Washington State University redshirt freshman quarterback Connor Halliday has been moved out of the intensive care unit at Pullman Regional Hospital but will remain at the hospital overnight, according to WSU Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Training Services Bill Drake. Drake said Halliday remains in stable condition
SEATTLE — It only took about 49 minutes on Saturday night for the University of Washington football team to renew its appreciation for Keith Price.
The latest referendum on Paul Wulff happened the other day in the snow and cold of Pullman in front of a crowd so small, it was better for Washington State that it was seen only on a backwater cable outlet.
After falling inches short on their last drive of regulation, the Cougars saw their bowl hopes disappear in overtime last week. So they must regroup. There is no better game for that than the Apple Cup. But the usual rivalry buzz that surrounds Husky Stadium will not be heard this year, as Washington has already closed the venerable facility for a facelift. The game is down I-5 at CenturyLink, a place well known to the Cougars and their fans. How that affects Saturday’s game will be interesting to see. A win would give the younger WSU players a taste of success in this rivalry, after two consecutive losses to the Huskies.
The Cougars are done with their first Apple Cup week practice and the people missing made for some interesting combinations. Read on.
It's Apple Cup week. The final week and game of the season. The last game for Washington State's seniors and the last football game for some other folks. Read on.