While some teams around the country, namely in the
SEC, are taking this week off, Washington State is
beginning one of the most brutal stretches to close
out the season.
in the entire country.
Of course we all know about the Apple Cup the day
after Thanksgiving but this week it is all about Colorado
as the Cougs get set to take on the Buffs in Boulder
in a top 25 matchup.
I think that is all noise I think this team has done
a really good job of just trying to get a week better
and if you focus on that and minimize it to that and
really just kind of focus on the process that it takes
to gety the outcomes that you want.
I haven't played in Boulder yet so that will be cool.
It should be a good envirnoment.
Everyone is two good teams, two teams turning around
their situation so it will be a good deal.
A lot of them are the same guys as last year but I
think they are playing harder they are playing more
They are a year older.
They have a lot of seniors too.
Senior teams a lot of times play hard as they are
getting to the end of college.
So while some of the Pac-12's nsme programs like UCLA
and Oregon are on the decline, their two programs
on the rise, Washington State and Colorado, set to
battle this weekend in Boulder as the Cougs look to
get yet another W, and head into the App;le cup with
a nine game winning streak.
Covering Washington State in Pullman I am Will Sherratt,
kxly 4 sports.