The Washington State Cougars are coming into their annual (since the year 2000) “Seattle Game” contest with a whole lot of confidence after posting a rare victory in Los Angeles against USC, then destroying Southern Utah and Idaho in back to back weeks in Pullman. That makes three wins in a row for the first time since 2006. Stanford is coming in with their ever-deadly workman-like approach after taking out their first three challengers San Jose State, Army and Arizona State in efficient (and sneakily high-scoring) fashion.
Stanford holds a 37-25-1 lead in the series with the Cardinal owning wins in the last five meetings. WSU’s last win in the series came in 2007, 33-17 in Pullman.
WSU is making their second appearance of the season on an ESPN affiliate tonight (the first since opening week on ESPNU @ Auburn). They’ll have a very rare third game on ESPN on Oct. 31st when ASU comes into Pullman. Stanford is making their first ESPN appearance of the season tonight. Stanford holds a
ESPN, as always, is streaming the game live through Watch ESPN (link below). You’ll need to provide your cable provider and sign in in order to access the feed. You can also watch on your Xbox 360 using the ESPN app, provided you have synced the Xbox with your computer via ESPN.
Date: Sept. 28
Time: 7:00 PDT
Location: Century Link @ Seattle, WA (67,000)
Livestream Link: Watch ESPN
Washington State Local Radio:
- Spokane: KXLY-AM 920
- Pullman/Moscow: KHTR 104.3-FM
- Seattle KIRO-AM 710
- Full list of WSU Stations