Posted September 23, 2013 on washingtonstate.scout.com
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Washington State enjoyed a relatively uneventful 42-0 win over Idaho on Saturday night. The Cougars cruised to victory as expected, with the most exciting part of the evening coming after the game when Washington State coach Mike Leach and Idaho coach Paul Petrino met at midfield for their handshake. Petrino was obviously upset with Leach […]

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