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Six football games in Martin Stadium scheduled for 2014

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From WSU Athletics

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Pac-12 conference has released its 2014 schedule and Washington State University will host five conference football games in Martin Stadium along with a season-opening contest against Rutgers for the Seattle game.

The Cougars will conclude the regular season by hosting Washington in the Apple Cup on Saturday, Nov. 29, in Martin Stadium.

“This is truly an outstanding schedule for our team and for our fans,” said Bill Moos, director of WSU Athletics. “Having six games in Martin Stadium has not happened in a while and the conference slate of home games is outstanding.

“In addition, playing new Big 10 member Rutgers in Seattle on the Thursday night of Labor Day weekend should prove to be attractive in regards to attracting a great crowd as well as a large national television audience,” he said.

Deposits for season tickets may be made at http://wsucougars.com. Current season ticket holders will receive their renewal in February. Single-game tickets for road contests and the Seattle game will go on sale in April, while single-game tickets for Martin Stadium contests will be available in August.

Aug. 28 – Rutgers (in Seattle)

Sept. 6 – at Nevada

Sept. 13 – Portland State

Sept. 20 – Oregon

Sept. 27 – at Utah

Oct. 4 – California (Homecoming)

Oct. 10 – at Stanford

Oct. 18 – Bye

Oct. 25 – Arizona (Dad’s Weekend)

Nov. 1 – USC

Nov. 8 – at Oregon State

Nov. 15 – Bye

Nov. 22 – at Arizona State

Nov. 29 – Washington (Apple Cup)

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