Bill Moos had a full day in Seattle yesterday, promoting Washington State athletics as part of Seattle Week leading up to Thursday's game against Rutgers. He did radio, television, and even stopped by the Seattle Times for a live chat.
It may be the last time Moos does this for a while. While he says that he still will stump for WSU in Seattle, he won't send his football team there any longer unless it's for an Apple Cup.
That's the main item in today's WSU notebook.
More links are after the jump.
-- It's certainly tough to say that WSU wouldn't be better served by hosting Rutgers in Pullman with only 26,000 tickets sold to Thursday's game.
-- If you're a DISH subscriber it might be smart to go grab one of the remaining tickets.
-- Here is our report from yesterday's practice.
-- Moos also called into Cougar Calls with Bud Nameck and we have some highlights from their hour.
-- Washington will start a local boy and lifelong fan at quarterback against Hawaii.
-- Arizona finally has a starting quarterback: Anu Solomon.
-- Here is a comprehensive overview of Arizona State.
-- California has announced its captains for the season.
-- Colorado's Marques Mosley is still looking for a larger role.
-- Oregon has three starters at running back.
-- Oregon State's Ryan Nall is at his third position in three weeks.
-- After four trips to the BCS, Stanford is thinking national title.
-- Brett Hundley has earned the respect of his opponent.
-- USC's Josh Shaw is out indefinitely after spraining both ankles while saving his drowning nephew.
-- Utah is hoping for a fast start to the season.