The Washington State University Cougars play in the NCAA Division-I college football league as a part of the Pacific-10 conference. The Washington State Cougars call Pullman, Washington home. Martin Stadium, where the Cougars play is the smallest Pac-10 stadium, but that doesn't stop Crimson and Red clad fans from packing the seats to get a glimpse of the WSU cougars. Martin Stadium seating chart has a capacity for just over 35,000 fans. Washington Cougar football jerseys are a common site around Pullman on game days, it really is a town that gets behind its team.
Since the start of Cougar football at Washington State University in 1893, the WSU Cougars have made 10 post-season appearances. Their first was a trip to Pasadena, California to play in the famed Rose Bowl where they beat Brown College. Recently, the Washington State Cougars have played in the 2001 Sun Bowl where they beat Purdue and 2003 Holiday Bowl where they beat Texas. The Cougars also played in the January 1, 2003 Rose Bowl where they sadly lost to Oklahoma.
Head Coach Paul Wulff, who joined the Washington State Cougar football program for the 2008 WSU football season is excited to see what his Washington State Cougar roster will do in the upcoming 2009 football season! Join Coach Wulff, Butch T. Cougar, and all of the Cougars fans for what is sure to be a great season of WSU Cougar football. Buy Martin Stadium tickets today!
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