Friday Rewind: A primer for the Apple Cup
As we head into Apple Cup weekend, today’s show was jam-packed full of guests who provided the most insightful analysis this side of the Palouse.
WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos set the scene at Martin Stadium, where the 103rd playing of the annual rivalry game kicks off tomorrow. Moos reiterated his committment to head coach Paul Wulff, and looked forward to tomorrow’s game which could mark the turn-around of the Cougar football program.
Former UW head coach Keith Gilbertson gave his take on tomorrow’s game as his son, David, is a quarterback for the Cougars.
The mayor of Pullman, Glen Johnson joined the show where he talked about his Apple Cup memories, and looked forward to a Cougar victory tomorrow afternoon.
Bert Klasey, WSU blogger for MyNorthwest.com, tells us why the Cougars will upset the Huskies tomorrow afternoon.
Todd Milles, Husky beat writer for the Tacoma News-Tribune gave his analysis on tomorrow’s game, and told us why the Huskies will beat the Cougars tomorrow.
King 5’s Chris Egan has arrived in Pullman and he gave us a report on the atmosphere on the WSU campus.
Comedian Owen Benjamin gave his take on this weekend’s Apple Cup before his performance at the Parlor Comedy Club tonight.
“The Professor” John Clayton talked about Michael Vick’s performance in the Eagles’ Thursday Night win over the Houston Texans yesterday.
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