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Seeing Washington State's flag every week on the Saturday morning show became a rallying point for Cougars fans.
- Pullman OKs declaration for GameDay bus assist
- WSU voice Robertson retires after 52 seasons
- Pac-12 commish: Errors made in replay review
- Report: 'Third party' affected Pac-12 replay ruling
Before chatting with Oregon coach Mario Cristobal (19:33), Kirk Herbstreit & Ian Fitzsimmons discuss College GameDay's first trip to Washington State (:45), Nick Bosa's decision to withdraw from Ohio State (14:55) & more. Plus, their picks for the biggest games on the Week 8 slate (37:04).
The Pullman City Council approved an emergency declaration to assist with crowd transportation as ESPN's College GameDay makes its first visit to Washington State.
Bob Robertson, after more than half a century of serving as the voice for the Washington State Cougars, has retired.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott says the conference made procedural mistakes and will make immediate changes in how video reviews are handled during football games.
A "third party" who is not a trained official but is in the Pac-12 instant replay command center reportedly "did not agree" with a targeting call and influenced the final decision.
Washington State University president Kirk Schulz will serve as the Pac-12 representative to the College Football Playoff Board of Managers, the CFP announced on Monday.
Gardner Minshew II threw for 430 yards and five touchdowns as Washington State scored 28 straight second half points to beat Oregon State 56-37 on Saturday night.
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards & Ryan McGee discuss Mike Leach's comments on offensive balance (2:58), weigh in on the positive (10:24) & negative (21:35) surprises of the 1st month and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (30:02) & Extra Points (41:57).
Gardner Minshew threw an 89-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. late in the fourth quarter to lift Washington State to a 28-24 victory over Utah on Saturday.
Commissioner Larry Scott said the Pac-12 does not share its official opinion on whether calls by referees are correct or incorrect and that comments he made last weekend were misinterpreted.
J.T. Daniels passed for 241 yards and three touchdowns, and Jay Tufele blocked Washington State's attempt at a tying field goal with 1:41 to play in Southern California's 18th consecutive home victory, 39-36 Friday night.