James Snook-US PRESSWIRE
It's a Saturday during college football season, but the Cougars aren't playing.
With no WSU game on today, Cougar fans suddenly find themselves with a free Saturday. While some will spend the day watching other teams play college football, I took a stab at predicting how a few CougCenterers will spend their Saturday.
Kyle Rancourt will probably notice a WWE Raw marathon on TV and spend the next 12 hours watching and tweeting about it.
Craig Powers will probably take the short drive to Delaware to tour a brewery where he will spend the day smelling hops like the guy in the Sam Adams commercial.
Kyle Sherwood will probably spend the day watching football and yelling at players on TV for costing him a small fortune.
Jeff Nusser will probably spend the day making kids cry. It's what he does.
Brian Floyd will probably spend the day working a 22 hour shift for SB Nation over which time his beard will grow two inches and change colors three times. It's that magical.
Jeff Collier will probably spend the day plotting his next feed sabotage. It's only a matter of time before the Pac-12 Network goes dark.
Michael Preston, with the itch to announce something, will probably take his golden throat and announce people at the gas station trying to exact pump. "$39.97 ... 98! ... 99!! ... ahhh $40.01, so close folks, so close."
SoCalCoug will probably take a trip to the Home Depot. He may go to Bed, Bath and Beyond but isn't sure if there will be enough time. All in all a nice little Saturday.
TiltingRight will probably not spend the day making awesome in GIF/Image reaction FanPosts because he is a jerk.
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