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The B word (bowls) is on the Cougs’ mind


No matter what college football players say publicly, you know privately they are talking about bowl games. And the Cougars are no different, as Dwight Tardy admitted this morning in Glenn Kasses’ story.

Where will we go? Who will we play? What will I get? Who’s that woman? OK, that last one is on their mind all year long – but the others are bowl specific, and Glenn examines such things in his story and on his blog.


Before we get back to WSU, let’s examine the biggest game in college football history – well at least last night. Rutgers upset of Louisville threw the BCS into turmoil. Because the game finished so late last night, there is little in the way of analysis of what the Scarlet Knight’s win means, but that will be all over the place tomorrow.

And, speaking of bowls (as we were above), USA Today looks at all the bowl bubble teams, including UW but not WSU. The Huskies need to defeat Stanford on Saturday to make the Apple Cup mean something bowl-wise, and Jim Moore tells us 10 reasons why UW won’t win.

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