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Drew Carey says "Go Cougs" on the Price Is Right

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WSU fan support tends to show up everywhere and that includes on the show the Price Is Right.

Jeff Vinnick

In a week, we'll be watching WSU play in a bowl game. Until then, you'll have to settle for Drew Carey and a WSU fan saying "Go Cougs" on the Price Is Right.

According to the YouTube description, the fan's name is Scott Sweeney. He made his way to contestant row then, being the last person to bid, pulled the pro move of bidding $1 more than the current highest bidder. Carey noticed Scott's WSU shirt and the two exchanged "Go Cougs" before moving on in the show.

This is just the latest example of WSU fans essentially being everywhere. Nice work by Scott, although I still think this is the greatest WSU fan cameo in history.

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