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Which was WSU's best game in 2013?

SB Nation's Bill Connelly counted down the 100 best college football games of 2013 and now you get to weigh in.

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College football season has been officially over for a few weeks, but some of us just don't want to move on. It's a long time until we can talk about legitimate football things again so we'll do anything we can to keep the memories from fading. SB Nation's Bill Connelly did his part to keep the 2013 season in the forefront with a countdown of the 100 best games of the season.

The top 100 countdown: Games 100-71 Games 70-41 Games 40-11 Top 10

The entire countdown is excellent and worth a read. If you're looking to get an early start on your weekend, goodbye Friday productivity and hello thousands of words and GIFs.

Washington State made the countdown three times, two of which were for positive reasons. The Cougars' upset win against USC checked in at No. 97 while the win against Arizona is No. 74. The New Mexico Bowl broke the top 20 at No. 18, but let's not talk about that. Instead, here's part of Bill's blurb on the Arizona game.

The USC game was Wazzu's signature win of the year, because it was USC. But the win over Arizona was tougher, both because the Wildcats were pretty damn good themselves and because both the offense and defense had to make big plays.

Interestingly enough, Auburn was featured in the top three games. That countdown would have been drastically different if a couple of plays went WSU's way in the season opener. Alas, they didn't so Bill pegs the Arizona game as the best positive one for the Cougars.

Do you agree? Which game gets your vote for the best game of the year?


Pac-12 returning starters - ESPN
Washington State: 8* offense, 6 defense, 0 specialists Big names: QB Connor Halliday, WR Gabe Marks, WR Dom Williams, WR River Cracraft, LB Darryl Monroe, DE Xavier Cooper

Men's Baskeball:

Four corners: Washington State Cougars - - Jan. 16, 2014
The news that Washington State’s leading scorer, DaVonte Lacy, will be out for another month with a rib injury means that what you see is what you get with this WSU team.

Cougars Look to Bounce Back at Cal Saturday - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State University men’s basketball (8-9, 1-4) concludes its road trip as it takes on league-leading California (13-4, 4-0), Saturday, Jan. 18 at 1 p.m. at Haas Pavilion

Black pants:

WSU Cheer and Crimson Girls Head to Prestigious Competition - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State University’s Cheer and Crimson Girls will compete at the Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dancers Association College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championships, Saturday through Sunday, Jan. 18-19, 2014, at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports at Lake Buena Vista, Fla.