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(KIRO-7 Seattle)   Washington State Cougars to take on Air Force cadets in the Cheez-It Bowl, as opposed to a wine bar as might be expected   (kiro7.com) divider line
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2019-12-09 10:41:33 PM  
why not both?
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2019-12-09 11:35:05 PM  
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2019-12-09 11:50:19 PM  
Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.
 
2019-12-10 12:11:21 AM  
Nice subby....

Cheers!!!

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2019-12-10 12:12:11 AM  
WSU lost the Apple Cup. That's the only thing that really matters.
 
2019-12-10 12:45:09 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.


Well, one the WSU side of things there is the fabulous "Cougar Gold" cheese produced on campus.....which pairs nicely with well established Eastern WA viniculture.

So yeah
 
2019-12-10 1:22:50 AM  
Air raid, anyone?
 
2019-12-10 2:00:44 AM  

OkieDookie: Air raid, anyone?


The air raid offense is basically having your wide outs and/or quarterback recognizing a zone pass defense, calling that as a "hot" read, then having guys run routes where they stop in the saves between zones instead of running into the next zone where a linebacker or safety picks the receiver up.
U Dub shut that down hard in the Apple cup
 
2019-12-10 6:54:57 AM  
I really wish corporate names for bowl games didn't exist. Between this one and the Junior Citrus Bowl, I think they've had something like 20 names in 30 years.
 
2019-12-10 7:03:00 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.


Only half right I think.  I can see it for AFA.  The atmosphere in their stadium on gameday is entitely too wholesome for college FB.  Wazzu on the other hand from my experience of Pullman is more Boone's Farm or cheap vodka.
 
2019-12-10 10:23:13 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.


Except Eastern Washington is a Mecca for awesome wines. And military service members don't drink...so yeah.
 
2019-12-10 12:19:49 PM  

Turnip_the_radio: UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.

Except Eastern Washington is a Mecca for awesome wines. And military service members don't drink...so yeah.



*Fist Bump*
 
2019-12-10 1:07:35 PM  

Turnip_the_radio: UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.

Except Eastern Washington is a Mecca for awesome wines. And military service members don't drink...so yeah.


Who is talking about the military? This concerns Washington State and Air Force.
 
2019-12-10 2:13:02 PM  

Turnip_the_radio: UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.

Except Eastern Washington is a Mecca for awesome wines. And military service members don't drink...so yeah.


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2019-12-10 2:42:42 PM  

waffledonkey: UNC_Samurai: Wazzu and USAFA are just about the last schools that would have a rep for wine-and-cheese fans.

Well, one the WSU side of things there is the fabulous "Cougar Gold" cheese produced on campus.....which pairs nicely with well established Eastern WA viniculture.

So yeah


They also have a good Viticulture & Enology program.
 
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