Washington State (7-3, 5-2), coming off a gargantuan road win at then-No. 19 UCLA, take on the Buffaloes of Colorado (4-7, 1-6) in a game that could or could not be close, depending on the final score.
The Cougars will also be taking the field at Martin Stadium for the final time this season. There will be a celebration for the seniors, each of whom have played an integral part in this turn around, and for that, I am appreciative. You should be, as well, because those were some tough times and now they are not tough thanks to this group.
Much like the Cougars, Colorado has played a lot of close games this season. Unlike the Cougars, Colorado has lost a lot of close games. We do know that both teams compete like hell for 60 minutes, and you should expect the same tonight.
Luke Falk and the Washington State offense are going to do what they usually do: more than likely throw a lot of passes that result in yards and points with a sprinkle of effective running in between. Colorado will counter with a redshirt freshman quarterback, Cade Aspay, making his first career start on the road in 20-degree weather. There will also be defenses and players kicking footballs.
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Time: 7:45 p.m.
TV: ESPN2 or ESPN3.com
Radio: Radio: IMG Network, 710 AM in Seattle, 920 AM in Spokane, 610AM in Tri-Cities