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Wazzu’s Bill Moos comments on annual “Seattle” game

Keep it in Pullman?

Coug fans, what do you think of the annual Seattle game?

See what Bill Moos had to say about it…To me it sounds Moos left the door open to keep all home games in Pullman.

A good read by Howie Stalwick at Washingtonstate.scout.com. Read on.

“I’ve said all along if our fans are going to pack Martin Stadium week in and week out regardless of who we’re playing, I’ll take under consideration down the road,” but right now, we’re trying to keep our  budget solvent. Even with the crowd that we had – around 40,000 in Seattle – that’s 7,000 more fans than we can get in Martin Stadium. That equates to about half a million dollars.” – Bill Moos


Scout.com: Moos leaves door open on future Seattle games
washingtonstate.scout.com
SPOKANE – Another blowout loss in the annual Seattle “home” game left many Washington State football fans steaming, even if they were soaked to the bone during Saturday’s 55-17 loss to No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field. WSU athletic director Bill Moos has been a strong supporter of the Seattle game…

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