The BS Show: Golden Bears turned to lead; let’s eat some Buffalo burgers

So that one didn’t exactly go according to plan. But the difference between this year’s WSU team and WSU teams of the past seems to be that when things don’t go the way the Cougs want, it’s not a guarantee to sink them. This team has resilience, and it was on full display Saturday night….

Bonus BS–WSU Football Recap: Beavers buried; a date with the Ducks

Brett’s leaving for Europe tomorrow afternoon, so Brent came into the BS Show Studios to watch the game and podcast immediately after the game concluded. So the takes are hotter, and the opinions are less reasonable. Enjoy! The Cougars looked fairly dominant against Oregon State outside of a few key mistakes that kept Oregon State…

The BS Show: An anniversary and a eulogy

Hey there, welcome! So glad you could make it to our anniversary party! Oh…yeah, no, it’s fine…we didn’t expect you to bring anything. Yeah, the food’s on the table next to the other table with all the gifts. No no, don’t feel bad! We didn’t ask for anything, so it’s fine, really. Anyway, welcome to…

Bonus BS: What even is a “Ute?”; it’s Beaver bashing time

It was a thrilling win for WSU on Saturday, as the Cougs defeated the Utah Utes 28-24 despite about 150 dropped passes and a defensive line that looked completely overmatched. Brent was at Martin Stadium for the win, and starts the show off by talking about what it looked like from inside the stadium, and…

The BS Show: Superstars play by different rules, and that’s fine

It was a strange week in Seattle sports–the Mariners enter this recording with 86 wins which has delivered them elimination from the playoffs, WSU looked better than USC and still lost, and UW took care of business against Arizona. Oh, yeah, Earl Thomas also raised a big stink in the media and just went out…

WSU Football recap: Missed opportunity in L.A.; keys to beating Utah

The Cougs dropped a heartbreaker against USC on Friday night, losing 39-36 in a game where they looked like the better team for about two thirds of the game. Unfortunately, WSU’s first conference opponent exposed some problems the team will need to address after subpar games from the defensive backs & defensive line, questionable clock…