As of this moment, there are 7 days and 11 hours until WSU kicks off against Auburn. Here are a few things you can do to pass the time until then.
- You could listen to the WSU fight song 8,592 times.
- You could watch the 4th quarter of the 2013 Apple Cup 716 times.
- You could drive from Pullman to Auburn and back 2.4 times.
- You could drive around the Stadium Way/Grand/Main Street loop in Pullman 976 times.
- You could read every word in this post, plus every word in every linked article roughly 180 times.
The season is almost here.
Bob Robertson's role change drew a few headlines while a few national media types did some previewing.
Robertson gives up football play-by-play - Spokesman.com - Aug. 24, 2013
PULLMAN – Legendary broadcaster Bob Robertson isn’t leaving Washington State’s radio booth, but there will be someone else calling play-by-play during football games this season.
CFT Predicts: the Pac-12 | CollegeFootballTalk
5. Washington State (Last year: 3-9) What happened last season? Yeah, Mike Leach‘s first season in Pullman didn’t exactly go as planned. The Cougars passed the ball a lot (go figure) but struggled to score and couldn’t stop anyone. But, hey, y’all beat Washington so huzzah!
5 Pac-12 teams wait to name a starting QB | CharlotteObserver.com
Probably the most puzzling of the unannounced teams is Washington State, where it appears that Mike Leach is just going to make season-opening opponent Auburn wait awhile longer to know for sure. But junior Connor Halliday is pretty much a lock.
WSU Cougar Coach loves Freshman River CraCraft drive | Sports | KLEW CBS 3 - News, Weather and Sports - Lewiston, ID
To have a potent air attack offense, you need a good quarterback and plenty of weapons for him to throw to.
WSU won't have the excuse of playing the most freshman against Auburn as the Tigers could use as many as eight true freshman against the Cougars.
Eight Auburn freshmen who could play meaningful minutes against Washington State (analysis) | al.com
Gus Malzahn will finalize his plans next week, but early returns show the Auburn coach will likely rely on more than a handful of freshmen. In fact, "there will be a quite a few" on the field when the Tigers open the season Aug. 31 against Washington State, he revealed Thursday.
5 storylines that surprised and disappointed during Auburn's preseason camp | al.com
Now that Auburn has wrapped up its first training camp and started preparing for Washington State, the attention and coverage will turn to the Cougars for the week leading up to next week's season-opener.
WSU landed a verbal commitment from Frank Luvu on Friday, a linebacker out of American Samoa. We'll have more on him shortly.
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Washington State added verbal commitment No. 11 on Friday night as a 6-foot-2, 215-pound linebacker, widely regarded as the top prospect in American Samoa, committed to the Cougars.
Drew Bledsoe is a high school offensive coordinator now.
Drew Bledsoe, former NFL quarterback, bringing confidence to Summit football program (video) - OregonLive.com
Drew Bledsoe, once a star player at Washington State University and a retired NFL quarterback who played for the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys during his 14-year career in professional football, has joined the Summit Storm football program as offensive coordinator for the 2013 season.