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On this edition of Live the Day, will the real Washington State Cougars please stand up? I repeat, will the reall Washington State Cougars please stand up?
This was what most Cougar fans were saying after their victory in Corvalis two weeks ago. The Cougars played a wonderful game against the Beavers. The offense looked night and day better under Luke Falk, and the defense played their most consistent game of the season. The question then needs to be asked. Are these the real Cougars for the rest of the season, or was this a mirage?
We'll aslo breakdown the Arizona State Sun Devils and get you ready for Saturday.
Phone lines are open tonight, and you can also hit Steve up on Twitter @InsiderSteve. We'll see you at 7pm on Live the Day!
Legal marijuana for sale in Washington:
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Good Evening, and welcome to the first ever episode on Live the Day; A washington State Cougar Podcast. It's Dad's weekend in Pullman, and on tonight's episode we'll dive right into this week's action as the Washington State Cougars will play host to the Arizona Wildacats.
The Cougars come into this game with a multitude of questions that need to be answered. As we've seen thus far in the season, the Cougs are far from playing as a complete team. The Wildcats come into the game as one of the hottest teams in the Pac-12 averaging 574 total yards per game, only second to the Cougars. How will the Cougs contain Ano Solomon, and the Hig powered Arizona offense? We'll let you know.
Phone lines are wide open tonight, and you can also hit Steve up on Twitter @InsiderSteve. We'll See you at 7pm on Live the Day! #WavetheFlag #GoCougs
Marijuana is finally legalised for use in Washington State. So you're from Vancouver B.C. and you think you can drive down to Smoke Marijuana in Seattle. U.S. Customs & Border Protection pulls you aside after you tell them you are coming down for Marijuana. They ask you if you smoke marijuana and you say yes. Well you have now just opened a barrel of rattle snakes. Plus you now have got one step closer to needing a us entry waiver. We will discuss this very sensitive issue. Admitting to CBP ABOUT ANYTHING DRUG RELATED is essentially you giving them the rope to hang yourself, standing on the gallows, paying them to tie youyr hands behind your back and then yelling at them to pull the lever. We will discuss their reasoning behind it, their interrogation techniques and what you can expect to happen to you. YOU MAY END UP NEEDING A US ENTRY WAIVER.
We begin this week's episode not coming off the high of upsetting a red hot Arizona Wildcats, but pointing the fingers at anything tangible in the wake of a 59-37 beatdown on Dad's weekend in Pullman. This wasn't how the season was supposed to play out most Cougar fans would say, but one where the program would take the next step after gaining bowl eligiblity. Unfortunately it has played out this way, and now coaches seats are red hot, and the program is under a microscope. But is this a coaching issue or a talent issue? Mike Leach is being paid $2.7mm a year to win games. You can excuse his 3-9 rookie campaign for being in a position with lesser talent, but now Coach Leach's record is 8-12 since. His offense has been fantastic, but his defense and special teams is one of the worst in the nation. We'll ask whether sccountability is in need, or is this a matter of inexperience rearing it's ugly head?
We'll also recap last week's debacle, and get you set up for this Saturday's matchup in Pullman vs the USC Trojans at 1:30pm on the Pac-12 Network.
Phone lines are open tonight for all your questions and comments at (714) 816-4704, or you can hit me up on Twitter @InsiderSteve.
Clint Didier, former Washington Redskins tight end and Super Bowl hero, is running for Congress in Washington state. A Tea Party favorite, he has been endorsed by the likes of Ron Paul, Mark Levin and Amy Kremer, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots. With the country seemingly in contstant turmoil and looking for change, Clint calls in to Liberty Drive to discuss his candidacy, why the Obama regime has been a disaster, the Redskins name controversy, and how America can return to prosperity.
Our country is going through transformations not seen since the Industrial Revolution. America is transforming because it HAS TO. The current state of our nation, politically and economically, is unsustainable. Change is the only certainty. I am a part of that change. If you live in the United States, consciously or unconsciously, YOU are a part of that change too. As we go through these changes together, we will be the ones redefining the state of America, the new American state. These are extraordinary times.
Matt and Chuck take calls from wanting to discuss all angles of Ohio State's big 31-24 2OT win over Penn State. Topics include why Ohio State's playbook shrank, how good Ohio State's defense is, whether this changes how we evaluate J.T Barrett, Ohio State in the playoff picture, a Big Ten roundup, and much more:
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