Even though it's Tuesday, and even though we'd probably all rather just forget about the traveshamockery from Saturday, we can't help but take one last look back at the final WSU football game of 2013 and laugh at the absurdity of it.
Complete Coverage: New Mexico Bowl 2013
The WSU Cougars return to a bowl game for the first time since 2003 to face the Colorado State Rams in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, which is scheduled to kick off on Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. PT from University Stadium in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The game will be broadcast on TV by ESPN, and the odds say the Cougs are small favorites against the Rams. Is this the first step towards WSU football getting back to where it was a decade ago, when it won 30 games in three seasons?
WSU's bowl game drought will officially come to an end in a few hours.
How good is Kapri Bibbs, really? Can Garrett Grayson carry the Rams if WSU shuts down CSU's running game? That and more with the SB Nation site that covers the New Mexico Bowl representatives from the Mountain West Conference.