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Press conference Monday came and went and we have all the interviews.

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Washington State held it's weekly press conference sessions on Monday with Mike Leach, Connor Halliday, Kristoff Williams, Taylor Taliulu and Toni Pole all meeting the media.

There five took a look back at the Southern Utah game while also discussing the upcoming game against Idaho. Toni Pole discussing the Apple Cup interception return is great. Mike Leach's also shared some dating advice, because of course.

Mike Leach

Connor Halliday

Kristoff Williams

Taylor Taliulu

Toni Pole

Football:

The Seattle Game To Be Televised By ESPN or ESPN2 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Seattle Game featuring Washington State and Stanford at CenturyLink Field Sept. 28 will kickoff either at 7 p.m. on ESPN or at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2. The final determination on which ESPN channel will carry the game and kickoff time will be made Sept. 22.

Cougars Continue Homestand Saturday Against Idaho - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS CONTINUE HOMESTAND SATURDAY HOSTING IDAHO: Washington State University continues its homestand Saturday, hosting the University of Idaho in Martin Stadium on Homecoming Weekend. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Networks.

Leach all business ... for the most part - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 16, 2013
Mike Leach gave pretty standard-issue answers to nearly every question he was asked Monday, but a blase press conference turnedmore interesting when he was asked to give some Pullman-specific dating advice.

WSU-UI ‘rivalry’ now just another game - Spokesman.com - Sept. 17, 2013
If this is still a rivalry, it sure doesn’t feel much like one. That’s what the Washington State football players made available to the media on Monday would have you believe, anyway. The Cougars face Idaho at 7:30 p.m. Saturday for the first time since 2007, and that absence hasn’t made WSU’s hearts grow fonder. Or otherwise.

Pac-12 power rankings: Ducks rule | Pac-12 Confidential | Seattle Times
6. Washington State (2-1) What they’ve done: Troubled Auburn, upset USC on the road and dispatched Southern Utah with ease. Cougars earn this spot on the strength of a rugged schedule, including two tough trips, before the SUU breather.

Men's basketball:

Washington State changing defensive approach | CollegeBasketballTalk
The Cougars will up the defensive pressure this season by defending the length of the floor, according to an interview with Bone from Barry Bolton of Scout.com’s Washington State site, Cougfan.com.