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Unless you went to Washington or Washington State, you probably didn’t watch the two Pac-12 teams play in the Apple Cup this weekend. The game wasn’t that uneventful, however. Some Washington State fans decided to rip out a row of bleachers and pass them down the entire section they were sitting in.
Washington State beat their in-state rivals 31-28 in overtime. This seems like an unorthodox way of celebrating, but this was the first conference win of the season for the Cougars, so I guess that makes it okay?
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