With the 2014 season just underway, the 2015 Washington State football schedule was released Tuesday night. With the Cougars pushing to be atop the PAC-12 it should not be a surprise that they are going to be doing all they can so that they don’t start next season out like this season did.
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Rutgers and Portland State will be returning on the schedule from this season and Wyoming will be a new addition. The Cougars draw a bye week before heading into pac-12 play and will need it before playing Oregon and Stanford within the same month.
Colorado and UCLA will be replacing Utah and USC next season.
There has been a lot of issues regarding the Seattle Game and the Apple Cup and next year fans will only get one of those wishes they had. The Apple Cup will be played on the Friday after Thanksgiving next year and will be competing with Oregon-Oregon State for pac-12 games that day. There is however no Seattle Game this year thanks to Bill Moos deciding to bag that game.
To view the whole pac-12 schedule, click here.
So, lets take a look at the schedule for next year…
Week 1: Saturday, Sept. 5
Portland State at Washington State
Week 2: Saturday, Sept. 12
Washington State at Rutgers
Week 3: Saturday, Sept. 19
Wyoming at Washington State
Week 4: Saturday, Sept. 25
Week 5: Saturday, Oct. 3
Washington State at California
Week 6: Saturday, Oct. 10
Washington State at Oregon
Week 7: Saturday, Oct. 17
Oregon State at Washington State
Week 8: Saturday, Oct. 24
Washington State at Arizona
Week 9: Saturday, Oct. 31
Stanford at Washington State
Week 10: Saturday, Nov. 7
Arizona State at Washington State
Week 11: Saturday, Nov. 14
Washington State at UCLA
Week 12: Saturday, Nov. 21
Colorado at Washington State
Week 13: Friday, Nov. 28
Washington State at Washington
Friday, Dec. 4
Pac-12 Championship Game