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New Mexico Bowl: Gameday Coverage
Monday After: Ridiculously improbable loss edition
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?
CSU coach suspended for using gay slur
Greg Lupfer admitted using a gay slur on Saturday in an altercation with Connor Halliday and was suspended two weeks without pay.
Clock management issues continue to plague WSU
The Cougars botched the end of the New Mexico Bowl and Cougar fans shouldn't hold their breath waiting for a change in strategy.
HCA: The day after it broke bad
Reading a dozen recaps isn't the best way to get over WSU's collapse, but it is an option.
CSU investigating assistant's outburst
CSU defensive line coach Greg Lupfer may face discipline after yelling "profane things" at Connor Halliday during the New Mexico Bowl. Colorado State's athletic director is investigating the incident.
This one hurts … a lot
A season that's been a dream in many ways ends with a bucket of ice water thrown on our faces. This one will hurt for a while.
Cougs fumble the game away to Colorado State
WSU had the game in the bag. Then it didn't.
Cougs lead 38-30 heading into the 4th quarter
A sloppy third quarter for WSU and we have a tight game.
Cougars lighting up the scoreboard, lead 35-23
Connor Halliday tossed five touchdowns in the first half and the Cougars are up big on Colorado State.
Cougs up 21-10 at the end of the 1st quarter
There were plenty of fireworks in the first quarter of the New Mexico and WSU is currently leading by 11.
Halliday, CSU coach yell at each other
Connor Halliday got into it with a Colorado State coach on the sideline, and some bad words were said.
New Mexico Bowl game thread
Join us for the discussion as the Cougs have reached the postseason!
Bax is celebrating a bowl game
The world's fluffiest beer reviewer is ready for his first bowl game.
Why the New Mexico Bowl is a big deal
There are a ton of bowls and a huge chunk of them are meaningless exhibitions. But for Washington State, the New Mexico Bowl is important, even if the game itself is simply the cherry on top.
HCA: New Mexico Bowl pregame links and predictions
WSU's bowl game drought will officially come to an end in a few hours.
How to follow the New Mexico Bowl
The Cougs are bowling for the first time in a long time.
Could the altitude affect the Cougars?
Colorado State is likely more prepared to play in the thin air of Albuquerque than WSU is. Will it matter?
Previewing CSU with Mountain West Connection
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.
HCA: Toni Pole racks up the frequent flyer miles
Toni Pole is probably tired of flights right about now.
Toni Pole cleared to play in New Mexico Bowl
After a minor academic hiccup, Toni Pole is good to go and will play in the New Mexico Bowl.
Scouting CSU's defense
The Rams haven't faced a team that throws the ball like WSU does all season, so figuring out what CSU will try to do against the Cougs is a bit of a guessing game.
Highlights from WSU's first 2 days in Albuquerque
The Cougars have been busy since arriving in Albuquerque. Here's a glimpse inside some of the happenings, including Furney Cam.
Toni Pole resolves academic issue
Toni Pole was temporarily academically ineligible, but the issues has been resolved.
Scouting Garrett Grayson and CSU's passing attack
The Rams aren't well-known for throwing the ball, but they do it effectively. See how they do what they do, and what WSU will need to do to slow them down.
Scouting Kapri Bibbs and CSU's rushing attack
The Rams bring a stud running back into the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday. What kind challenge does Kapri Bibbs present, and how will WSU try to defend him?
Infographic: New Mexico Bowl 2013
What time is kickoff? What channel is the game on? What about WSU's bowl history and some of the more interesting statistical nuggets from the matchup with CSU? All that and more in our New Mexico Bowl 2013 infographic.
The big New Mexico Bowl breakdown
After a decade in the wilderness, two once-proud programs take their redemption stories to Albuquerque to kick off bowl season in the New Mexico Bowl.
CSU vs. WSU Gildan New Mexico Bowl Preview
The Colorado State University Rams will play the Washington State University Cougars in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque, New Mexico on December 21st, 2013 at 12:00 MST on ESPN.
How watchable is the New Mexico Bowl?
We use advanced stats to rank 2013's bowl games in terms of "watch-ability."
HCA: Mike Leach talks Breaking Bad and more
Want to hear Mike Leach talk about Breaking Bad and make a vague CougCenter reference? Of course you do.
PODCAST: New Mexico Bowl preview, Wyoming hire
Our latest podcast is a hodgepodge of news as we discuss the Wyoming hire with a Wyoming expert, and also get into some New Mexico Bowl talk.
HCA: Cougars continue prep for New Mexico Bowl
The Cougars were back on the practice field on Wednesday with a week and a half to go until the New Mexico Bowl.
A fan guide to the New Mexico Bowl
Have questions about New Mexico and the bowl WSU is headed to? Johnnycougar is here to help.