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Cougars leaving for Albuquerque

It's a travel day for Washington State and the Cougars will be on their way to New Mexico.

You know the bowl game is getting close when the team is ready to travel out of Pullman. WSU will hold its final Pullman practice of the season on Tuesday morning then depart for Albuquerque.

It's the start of what will be a very busy five days. WSU will have another practice on Wednesday and have a walk-through later in the week. Off the field, there will be banquets and several other events for the team to attend. The fact WSU is on winter break makes the entire process much easier. Colorado State is currently in the midst of finals week. It's hard enough for student athletes to balance football and school, but it must be even tougher with the hectic schedule of a bowl week.


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