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  • First look at Saturday’s Apple Cup between the Washington State Cougars and Washington Huskies

    When/where: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Martin Stadium, Pullman TV: Fox Sports 1


  • Allison gets a rude reception

    PULLMAN – Coming to Washington State from California, Cougars linebacker Jeremiah Allison only truly began to understand the nature of the Apple Cup football rivalry between WSU and Washington after …


  • WSU linebacker Jeremiah Allison recalls bitter reception

    Coming to Washington State from California, Cougars linebacker Jeremiah Allison only truly began to understand the nature of the Apple Cup football rivalry between WSU and Washington after he played …


  • WSU seniors could achieve rare feat

    PULLMAN – Of all the alumni who played football at Washington State, only the seniors who graduated in 1994 and 1995 – and any fifth-year seniors in 1933 – can …


  • WSU seniors could join exclusive club

    Of all the alumni that played football at Washington State, only the seniors that graduated in 1994 and 1995 – and any fifth-year seniors in 1933 – can say they …


  • Apple Cup slated for 7:30 in Pullman

    The annual Apple Cup football game between rivals Washington and Washington State will start at 7:30 p.m. in Pullman on Nov. 29, the Pac-12 announced on Monday.


  • Grip on Sports: Hard to count on streaky Mariners

    Tuesday: It’s hard to admit when you are wrong. But it’s also good for the soul. Cathartic is the term, I believe. But I could be wrong. Again. Looking at …


  • 48th Annual Apple Cup jumpstarts late model season

    The longest continually held stock car event in the Northwest, Yakima Speedway’s Apple Cup, gets the region’s late model season underway this weekend. As an added dimension to the race, …


  • No bowl guarantees

    Because of Friday’s loss in the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team rests in limbo, certain that it deserves to play in a bowl game, but without a guarantee. …


  • Apple Cup statistics

    For 11-30-2013


  • Ending with a twist

    SEATTLE – The Washington State football team read off a familiar script in Friday afternoon’s Apple Cup. The setting was different, but the cast and characters were largely the same …


  • Sankey adds his name to UW record book

    SEATTLE – As he burst into the end zone with a go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter of Saturday’s Apple Cup, Bishop Sankey also walked into the record book. On …


  • Dawg collar

    SEATTLE – Four years ago Washington State football coach Paul Wulff couldn’t stop Bishop Sankey from switching his pledge at the last minute to play running back for the University …


  • 2-minute drill

    1 Score early. Washington has been effective when it has been able to get an early lead. When playing from behind, teams stack the box against the Huskies, knowing that …


  • Stopping Sankey will be key for WSU in Apple Cup

    Four years ago Washington State football coach Paul Wulff couldn’t stop Bishop Sankey from switching his pledge at the last minute to play running back for the University of Washington.


  • Apple Cup: Two-minute drill

    Jacob Thorpe predicts the keys to a Washington State win in the Apple Cup would be 1) score early; 2) limit big plays; 3) get the defense off the field …


  • Cougs’ Moos bleeds crimson, gray

    PULLMAN – Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and …


  • Apple Cup another chance to boost Moos plan

    Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and tie.


  • Simmons, Sarkisian go way back

    PULLMAN – Steve Sarkisian and Dennis Simmons will be on opposite sidelines during Friday’s Apple Cup. Though they coach rival schools, it will be the only time this year they …


  • WSU at Washington

    When/Where: 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Husky Stadium, Seattle TV: FOX


  • Miles? Or Price?

    SEATTLE – Washington quarterback Keith Price is probably more anxious than most to get another shot at the Cougars this week considering the final pass he threw against Washington State …


  • Bowl possibilities vary for Huskies, Cougs

    SEATTLE – While Washington State athletic director Bill Moos hinted broadly Monday that the Cougars will play in a football bowl game this season, a Sun Bowl official said Washington …


  • Apple Cup will have bit more pizzazz

    PULLMAN – The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat. But while it …


  • Apple Cup fraught with meaning this year

    The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat.


  • Sparse Pac-12 home slate for Cougs

    Back-to-back road trips against traditional college football powers Auburn and USC await Washington State at the start of the 2013 season. Such quality opponents are absent from the Cougars’ home …


  • Apple Cup win great, but changes coming for Cougs

    PULLMAN – The RVs still sat in Washington State parking lots Saturday, some fans still reveling in Friday’s 31-28 win over Washington in another Apple Cup for the ages. The …


  • Spin Control: Secessionists miss mark wide right

    After spending the Apple Cup as a Cougar fan in the midst of Huskies, it strikes me that would-be secessionists could learn a lot from the annual intrastate rivalry. That’s …


  • Cougars pull off Apple Cup upset

    PULLMAN – Somewhere, lost blissfully in the din of Martin Stadium’s makeshift outdoor party on Friday afternoon, Logan Mayes knows there was a child smiling ear-to-ear. That was Mayes not …


  • Cougars defense turns in ringing performance

    PULLMAN – Logan Mayes calls him “our bell cow.” But when Washington State linebacker Travis Long was sidelined by injury, it was Mayes’ time to answer the bell in the …


  • Trickery backfires on Huskies

    PULLMAN – The Washington Huskies have pulled it before, drawing Stanford offsides on third-and-short to pull out a big win earlier this season. Not this time.

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