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WSU can win the Pac-12 North by beating UW in the rivalry game, but the Huskies are no longer eligible for a spot in the conference title game due to Stanford’s 17-14 win over Cal Saturday in Palo Alto.
WSU can win the Pac-12 North by beating UW in the rivalry game, but the Huskies are no longer eligible for a spot in the conference title game due to Stanford’s 17-14 win over Cal Saturday in Palo Alto.
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In theory, time off a good thing for Washington State, but history indicates otherwise

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 17, 2017, 8:58 p.m.

Washington State head coach Mike Leach, center, speaks with his players during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Stanford in Pullman. (Young Kwak / Associated Press)
Washington State players are spending a few more hours soaking in cold tubs this week and the athletic training tables inside the football ops building are surely getting more use as the Cougars try to recharge from an 11-game slog that had them playing meaningful snaps every 7-8 days for a span of 2½ months.

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