You no longer have to worry about WSU missing out on a bowl. Mike Leach said it would be "unfathomable" for WSU to get passed over, so therefore it cannot be fathomed. Stop fathoming it.
Bowl eligible teams are allowed to practice up until the decisions are made, so WSU will return to the practice field on Thursday. At the very worst, the Cougars will get in a couple of extra practices if they are passed over. Leach, however, doesn't seem to think that will be the case, or even a possibility.
"Well, we had the toughest schedule in the country," Leach said, via the Spokesman Review. "We were one of the hottest teams toward the end of the season so it's unfathomable we wouldn't go to a bowl."
It's a good sign Leach and others -- including Oregon State's athletic director -- seem confident the Cougars will land in a bowl. We'll have to wait until Sunday to see if they are right.
Pac-12 Conference power rankings - Spokesman.com - Dec. 4, 2013
7 WSU (6-6, 4-5; last week: 8) The Cougars were unable to win the Apple Cup but gave themselves a chance to do so late in the game. After bowl practices, how the Cougs do in the bowl – if they play in a bowl game – will say a lot about what WSU will be capable of next season.
Rethinking the Ultimate Pac-12 football Road Trip - ESPN
Our pick: Washington State at USC End result: The Cougars pulled off an early-season stunner -- and they did it with defense.
On Monday, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos began the process of trying to secure a bowl berth for the football team in earnest. With a 6-6 record, the Cougars are eligible for a bowl berth, but are not guaranteed a spot in the postseason.
Second-Half Surge Leads WSU Past Cal State Northridge - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State used seven 3-pointers in the second half to post a 68-59 nonconference victory over Cal State Northridge in Beasley Coliseum Wednesday.