Monday was a busy day for Washington State news. Mike Leach joined Reddit for an AMA, Bill Moos announced a new broadcast team and station and Cody O'Connell became the second commit of the 2013 football recruiting class.
Despite all of the news yesterday, there isn't much new information to report today. Kyle had it all covered with the rare back-to-back-to-back posts. Who knew the he had that in him, obviously he's been sandbagging on us this entire time.
For some more insight into the new broadcast arrangement, Christian Caple caught up with Bud Nameck. Bud talked about how he'll fit into his new role.
I don’t think you can do an entire broadasct with stats, but I think they’re worth mentioning. I’ll keep a play-by-play on my pad of paper so I can keep track of how the cougs are doing on third down. Maybe Jeff Tuel has completed five straight pases, those sort of things.
I'm looking forward to the day when Bud quotes Marquess Wilson's yards per target on air.
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WSU announces football broadcast changes - Spokesman.com - May 7, 2012
Bob Robertson will remain Washington State’s radio play-by-play man for football games, but several other changes to WSU’s broadcasts were announced Monday by athletic director Bill Moos.
Details of new WSU radio format - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - May 7, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — Lots of information coming your way after the jump, but here's the gist — Bill Moos announced on 710 AM in Seattle today that the Cougars' radio broadcasts will now be done by a three-man crew, with Bob Robertson still calling the play-by-play, and Bud Nameck and former WSU receiver Shawn McWashington alongside him helping out.
Bud Nameck: 'The bottom line is, Bob is the play by play guy' - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - May 7, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — Had a phone conversation earlier this evening with Bud Nameck, who will move from the sidelines to the booth for Cougar radio broadcasts this football season. Here's a partial transcript of our chat.
710 ESPN Seattle to air WSU football, men's basketball - WSU Blog articles - MyNorthwest.com
Washington State football and men's basketball games will move from 770 KTTH to 710 ESPN Seattle beginning this fall.
Shatel: Time away helped Leach right ship - Omaha.com
Ahoy, mates. A full-blooded American pirate will be in our burg the next two days. Consider yourself warned.
Washington State Cougars Official Athletic Site
SEATTLE - The Bonneville Seattle Media Group and Washington State University (WSU) Athletics announced today Cougar football and men's basketball will move to 710 ESPN Seattle beginning this fall - providing expanded coverage to Cougar fans in Western Washington.
Washington State football, men's basketball games will be broadcast on 710 ESPN | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Washington State football and men's basketball games will be heard in the Seattle area on 710 ESPN radio beginning this fall.
Cougars Play Portland in Tri-Cities - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University baseball team will play Portland in the Cougar Diamond Classic presented by Toyota of Tri-Cities. The game is scheduled for 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 7 at Gesa Stadium in Pasco.