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SALT LAKE CITY – Midway through Washington State's 2020 game against Utah, the Cougars' odds of winning were around 95%, according to ESPN.
The Utes don’t often lose at Rice-Eccles Stadium, and visiting Washington State has not had a pleasant past two years at the venue.
Washington State President Kirk Schulz indicated during a faculty senate meeting Thursday that Cougar football coach Nick Rolovich has not received a COVID-19 vaccination.
The Pac-12 compares poorly to its Power Five peers in a slew of metrics.
PULLMAN – Members of Washington State’s football team made a request on multiple occasions during media sessions this week.
Washington State at Utah. Cal at Washington. The losers will slide to the periphery of the bowl picture and need five wins in their final eight games to qualify for the postseason.
Washington State’s situation at quarterback has turned into a guessing game.
PULLMAN – Nick Rolovich again declined to comment on his status concerning the COVID-19 vaccine a day after a report surfaced online claiming that the Washington State football coach has received the shot.
A quarter of the way through the season, statistical trends are beginning to surface for Washington State’s football team.
I have to wake up early to catch a 6 a.m. flight to Salt Lake City – where Washington State will meet Utah on Saturday – so let’s make this edition of Cougar mailbag quick.
PULLMAN – Jayden de Laura’s availability for Saturday’s game at Utah probably won’t be determined until later this week.