The day is finally here. All the smack talk has become nauseating, your favorite Coug gear is starting to get stinky from wearing it multiple times this week without a wash, and that bet you made with your Husky friend is starting to make you nervous.
In a couple hours, Washington State and Washington will play each other in a game of football that means everything for one side and is more of a statement game for the other side. The Cougars, of course, come into this game sporting an 8-3 record, having already wrapped up a decent bowl game and a winning season. The Huskies, though, need to come away with a win on their home turf to guarantee their first bowl appearance under Chris Petersen.
These teams do not like each other. The Cougars once again enter a road contest as underdogs while the Huskies look to win just their third conference home game under Chris Petersen. There's questions at quarterback for the Cougars, as Luke Falk is still iffy with an apparent head injury, though the Huskies are also dealing with injuries on the defensive side as linebacker Travis Feeney and defensive lineman Elijah Qualls are questionable.
This will be the second meeting between Mike Leach and Chris Petersen, with the Huskies taking the first matchup between the in-state rivals under their current head coaches last season, 30-0, in Pullman. Leach, though, has a confident group of Cougars marching into Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium, looking to pick up his second win in the rivalry.
Here's all the game information you'll need to watch the game from home.
Place: Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium
Time: 12:30 p.m. PT
Watch online: If you get FOX with your television subscription, you can watch online from a computer, tablet or other mobile device. Visit the FOX Sports Go website and log in, or download the app from Google Play, the iTunes Store, the Kindle Fire Store, or Microsoft Store.