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A day later


Saturday, WSU put a whipping on the University of Idaho.

There’s no way to deny it.

You watched it, either in person or on TV. So did a large group of reporters. This morning, I’m going to go over how they saw it.

Let’s start with the game reports. Here’s ours, first from Glenn Kasses, who reminds us there still is a gap between the programs, despite the return of Dennis Erickson and the excitement that move generated.

Jim Meehan talked with the Vandals afterward, and here is his story.

Of course, other reporters were there, including Craig Smith of the Seattle Times. Here is his story. And Todd Milles of the News Tribune writes about the Cougs team victory. Tri-Cities’ Jahmal Corner puts it into perspective.

There were features and notebooks as well, including ours about Alex Brink and our notebook. Tri-Cities had a notebook, as did Seattle.

Want the game stats? You can find them here.

So now we move to the next question, how?

John Blanchette explains the outcome while Glenn Kasses give the Cougars their game-day grades.

Remember to check out Glenn’s Cougar blog and Jim’s Vandal blog for updates.

Also, don’t forget to add your comments to the question below. Keep them appropriate, please. We may edit out the inappropriate parts. Later today, we’ll run through them.

That’s it for now. I want to watch the Seahawks. And they’ve already had a field goal blocked.

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