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Podcast Vs. Everyone: The 2022 Football Preview Show

In which we use some extremely fuzzy math to try and figure out how many games the Cougars will win.

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This is the next installment in our series of stories previewing the 2022 Washington State Cougars football season. Other installments can be found here.

Welcome to one of our favorite shows of the year, in which we use some (incredibly fuzzy and mostly made up) math to try and put our fingers on just how many games the Cougs will win this season.

Here’s how it works: Each of us assigns a probability to each game on the schedule, and then we total up the 12 games to come up with a cumulative probability that gives us an overall win total expectation. Got it? You’ll have to listen to find out how many wins we’re predicting.

We also talk a little soccer after WSU’s epic winner against Seattle U, plus beer, plus reader emails!

You’ll probably hate our show. We don’t care. We also use naughty words from time to time. You’ve been warned.

(But if, for some reason, you do like our show, please leave us a five-star review — it helps other people find the podcast.)

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