WSU gamedays haven't exactly been a lot of fun in recent week's but a Saturday of college football still doesn't feel the same without the Cougars playing. Instead, you'll have to settle for the WSU flags flying on College GameDay and a host of other entertaining games.
SB Nation has you covered with both the complete schedule of games and a guide for what to watch.
If you're looking for some WSU related news, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott spoke to some media members before Thursday's game and offered some good news for those of you on the east coast and others who aren't fans of the late starts. Via the Seattle Times:
"I get a lot of feedback when I go to campuses," Scott told reporters in an informal press conference. "We'd like to see it adjusted a little bit. Based on the feedback I'm getting from campuses, they'd like to see fewer (night games)."
Blowout loss to Arizona State shows Cougars have plenty to work on | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Back on the night of Sept. 7, it all looked so promising. Washington State had just shut down USC 10-7 to win its Pac-12 football opener, and the possibilities looked bright.
ASU vs. Washington State: Offensive Position Grades - House of Sparky
As a student, it's much easier to get your report card after you know you aced a test and that's exactly how the Arizona State Sun Devils should feel after clobbering the Washington State Cougars on Thursday night. The Sun Devils trounced Washington State in every aspect of Thursday's contest and our position grades will start by acknowledging the offensive side of the football.
Pac-12 commissioner addresses league’s night games | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Scott explained that some of the reason for the increased night games is the new FoxSports1 channel, an arm of Fox Sports, which has taken an option to show more games at night.
ASU vs. Washington State game grades | azfamily.com Phoenix
The Sun Devils went up to Pullman and throttled the Washington State Cougars 55-21 in a dominating effort that improved ASU to 6-2 on the year and 4-1 in Pac-12 play.
Cougars Streak Past Golden Bears - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
A pair of goals by junior Nicole Setterlund and three assists from senior Micaela Castain powered Washington State past No. 21 California 3-1 in Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer, Friday.