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Hot Cougar Action: More football scheduling talk

Who doesn't want to talk more about hypothetical future football schedules.


Note: This would normally run in the morning, but with the SB Nation server issues eating scheduled posts, I decided to go ahead and publish it live to ensure no one would be deprived of their morning reading. You're welcome America.

Bill Moos made some comments on future football schedules during his radio show on Monday and they continue to circle around the Internet.

The comment which seems to have drawn the most attention is Moos saying he has "handshake" agreements with five BCS teams for home-and-home series. That would be excellent and all, but Moos added the key caveat of "provided it fits into our schedules".

Michigan State, Florida State and TCU are among the teams mentioned for a potential deal, but I'll hold off on believing they will come to Pullman until I see their bus pull up to Martin Stadium on gameday. That doesn't mean it won't happen, just that history has shown it is very unlikely. We'll see.


Washington State has "Handshake Agreements" for five BCS Home-and-Home Football Series
The Washington State Cougars have "handshake agreements" for five home-and-home football series against BCS schools, WSU athletic director Bill Moos said on his weekly call-in show. "I have handshake agreements with five different schools, BCS schools, for home-and-home football competition provided it fits into our schedules. I think some of it may be out into the early 20′s and so forth."

Michigan State could schedule home-and-home football series with Washington State |
Michigan State is one of the power-conference programs that Washington State is working to schedule a future home-and-home football series with, according to Cougars athletic director Bill Moos.


WSU heads to Pasco for a series with Washington. Now would be an excellent time to start a strong finish to the season.


Cougar Diamond Classic Up Next in Pasco - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State (21-27, 8-16 Pac-12) baseball team will host Washington and Portland for the Cougar Diamond Classic in Pasco, Wash., at Gesa Stadium, May 17-20...Cougars and Huskies (19-31, 10-14) will tangle Friday, May 17 (6 p.m.), Saturday, May 18 (2 p.m.) and Sunday, May 19 (1 p.m.) in a Pac-12 series