The Washington State Cougars have a pretty terrible record of beating the Washington Huskies on the football field, especially in recent history. However, we remain undefeated when it comes to beating UW off the field.
Earlier this week, the Cougar Athletic Fund and Tyee Club unveiled the 2019 Apple Cup Giving Challenge — a contest to benefit the fundraising arms of each school’s athletic department. The premise was simple: The school with the most gifts of $25 or more would be declared the winner.
Here are the results:
- WSU: 1,163 gifts, $236,533 raised
- UW: 250 gifts, $55,633 raised
SUCK ON THAT ONE, HUSKIES.
For what it’s worth, I thought this was a spectacular idea by whoever came up with it. Cougs seemingly always thrive at these things — particularly when it involves beating UW — and one of CAF’s biggest challenges is getting new donors in the door.
Back in 2005, WSU raised a shade under $98,000. I’d say this year’s iteration was a smashing success.
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Bruce Feldman’s Week 14 college football picks against the spread – The Athletic
Washington State at Washington (-7), 4 p.m. ET Friday (FOX)
Jimmy Lake and the Huskies have whipped the Cougars every chance they’ve gotten. Jacob Eason and the Washington offense has sputtered in the past month, but they’ll play a cleaner game and will coast to another Apple Cup win. Washington 34, Washington State 24
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It’s that time again.
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