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Planning on traveling to Auburn for the season opener or catching the Apple Cup from Husky Stadium? Well, beginning today at 10 a.m. PT you can buy your tickets.

Well now you can buy them!
Well now you can buy them!
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If you were planning on attending a WSU road football game in 2013, you can lock in your plans today by buying tickets. Single-game tickets for WSU's 2013 road schedule go on sale at 10 a.m. PT.

Based on the release from WSU Athletics, it appears the only way to buy your tickets this weekend will be at wsucougars.com. Single-game road tickets go on sale at the ticket office and through 1-800-GO-COUGS beginning Monday at 9 a.m. PT.

In case you forgot, here is WSU's 2013 road schedule along with the ticket price for each game.

Aug. 31 @ Auburn -- $70

Sept. 7 @ USC -- $70

Oct. 5 @ California -- $70

Oct. 19 @ Oregon -- $93

Nov. 16 @ Arizona -- $39

Nov. 29 @ Washington -- $94 (limit eight per customer)

Orders placed between today and July 12 will be allocated based on Cougar Athletic Fund rank. Single-game tickets for WSU's 2013 home games and the game in Seattle will go on sale to the general public on Aug. 3.

Football:

Cougar Road Football Single-Game Tickets on Sale April 6 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State football single-game tickets for all 2013 road games will go on sale Saturday, April 6 at 10 a.m. online at wsucougars.com

Baseball:

The Cougars started well, but blew a late lead and lost to Utah on Friday.

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Utah Rallies Past Washington State - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah scored four times in the eighth inning to cap a comeback and defeat Washington State 7-4 in Pac-12 Conference baseball, Friday at Spring Mobile Ballpark.

Monda had an idea this might work out - Spokesman.com - April 5, 2013
Jason Monda isn’t sure if he was taken seriously during the last two seasons when he dropped hints to Washington State’s baseball coaches.