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You can now sign up to get you offseason fix of Cougar football

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Washington State’s offseason tour, A Night With Cougar Football, will be getting underway in less than a month, and you can purchase your tickets now. There will be four events where fans can get insight into the 2017 recruiting class from Mike Leach and Bill Moos.

The Cougar Head Coach and Athletic Director will be at every stop, which starts Feb. 1 in Spokane. Following that is Feb. 3 presentation in Tri-Cities and another in Vancouver Feb. 11. The final rendition for 2017 will take place in Seattle on March 4.

In addition to looking at the newest Cougars, the presenters will look back on the 2016 season. Each night will have a different host, with KHQ news anchor Kalae Chock, WSU radio host Matt Chazanow, SportsCenter anchor Jaymee Sire, and Pac-12 Networks analyst Yogi Roth each taking control for an evening.

Ticket prices vary based on the evening, but at each event, you can buy a "Partnership Table" which guarantees that a football coach, senior administrator, or former athlete will join your table for the night. For more information and to register, click here.



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