Since they announced the schedule for spring football, today has been circled on a lot of Coug fans' schedule. The Crimson and Gray game will be the first time many of us will get to see Mike Leach in action with WSU.
According to this article, the plan is for the No. 1 defense to face the No.1 offense with the second units also squaring off. The game is expected to last between 80 and 100 plays. If you aren't planning on attending the game in person, you can also watch it on SWX. The game will also be streamed on the SWX website, so there is the potential for streaming and threading.
Should be a fun day at Albi Stadium.
Scout.com: 5 memorable, 5 miserable WSU moments at Albi
THE COUGARS will be at Spokane’s Albi Stadium on Saturday for their final spring scrimmage. For the crimson faithful around in the '50s, '60s, '70s and early '80s, Albi represents more than just a sports venue. The place is packed full of Cougar memories. Here are 10 -– five mesmerizing and five miserable -- that stand out most in the minds of Cougfan.com.
WSU prepares for Saturday's spring game - seattlepi.com
(AP) — Washington State's annual Crimson and Gray spring football game is Saturday at Albi Stadium in Spokane, and coach Mike Leach expects to run 80 to 100 plays. The offense, led by quarterback Jeff Tuel, has made good progress picking up Leach's high-powered pass attack, Leach said.
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