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Epic College Gameday in Pullman as Cougars rise early to celebrate

UPDATED: 11:35 a.m.

updated  On a surreal football Saturday in the Palouse, halftime came at dawn. For about half an hour, the flag-waving died down just a bit, because nobody could keep up this pace for what, six hours. But, oh, did they try. Officially, ESPN GameDay at Washington State University began at 6 a.m. and ended at 9, when Lee Corso donned a Cougar mascot’s head to seal the deal on one of the biggest parties in school history.

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