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Football gears up for 12 games next season

Spring football practice 2009 is under way at WSU. This bird’s eye view photo by Tim Marsh of University Relations was taken Friday afternoon, March 27, from the plaza on top of Terrell Library on the Pullman campus.
The Cougar football schedule for next fall is:
Sept. 5 – Stanford at Pullman
Sept. 12 – Hawaii at Seattle
Sept. 19 – Southern Methodist at Pullman
Sept. 26 – USC at Los Angeles
Oct. 3 – Oregon at Eugene
Oct. 10 – Arizona State at Pullman (Homecoming)
Oct. 17 – Bye
Oct. 24 – California at Berkeley
Oct. 31 – Notre Dame at San Antonio
Nov. 7 – Arizona at Tucson
Nov. 14 – UCLA at Pullman
Nov. 21 – Oregon State at Pullman
Nov. 28 – Washington at Seattle

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