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WATCH: EWU’s Aaron Best Talks Voluntary 10 Percent Pay Cut

On April 9th, Eastern Washington head football coach Aaron Best announced on Twitter he is going to take a 10 percent pay cut in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Coach Best is hoping this will help the university and football program once this crisis is over.

Disappointing first half of season has EWU Eagles hoping to win out

More than five minutes had burned off the halftime clock Saturday at Hornet Stadium, and a group of EWU coordinators and assistants were still half-circled around head coach Aaron Best outside the locker room. A gesticulating Best appeared frustrated as he gave his cohorts the pep talk, hoping to inspire a few adjustments for a EWU team that was getting pushed around by Sacramento State, which took a 27-14 lead at intermission. But the top-to-bottom inconsistencies that have marred the Eagles’ 2019 campaign didn’t stop.

Paul Turner: Big talk before this Saturday’s EWU football game

I suppose there are people who care about Big Sky Conference football. In fact, I’m almost sure of it. Seems as if I’ve met some of them. It’s just that in Spokane their fandom tends to get drowned out by the noise about Gonzaga basketball, WSU football and whatever. Which is fine. We Big Sky fans take a sort of pride in the absence of hype. Well, I do anyway.

EWU Chat, Nov. 10

Join Spokesman-Review beat writer Jim Allen as he talks about about Eastern Washington sports