Three hate week games to watch (outside of the Pac-12)

It’s hate week ya’all. Now let’s take a look at some of the more interesting games to watch that aren’t the Apple Cup

The BS Show: The one where WSU is ranked and UW is not

Happy Halloween everyone, from your favorite spoopy sports podcast hosts! Lots to talk about this week, as WSU debuted at No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings, everything is on fire over at Montlake, Edgar Martinez is changing jobs, and the Seahawks look like they may just be a good football team. We start…

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: Cougs whoop Wyoming, eye San Jose State

We’re trying to start a new feature here on the BS Show, having Brent Schwartz in to recap the week that was and help look forward to WSU’s next game. We’ll try to release one for each game, schedule allowing, so if you like what you hear, you can expect more of this! We start…

Bonus BS: WSU Football season prediction

Brent Schwartz is back in the BS studios with Brett to predict the WSU football season now that we’re less than a month away from kickoff! Before predicting the season, though, we take a little look at the news, or luckily, lack of it heading into fall camp, Last Chance U, and what Mike Leach…

WSU quarterback Connor Halliday was really good on 4th downs in 2013

Washington State football fans were often infuriated by the erratic play of quarterback Connor Holliday during the 2013 season — which saw the Cougs go to their first bowl game in 10 years.  The fans seemed to complain about how his interceptions killed any momentum that the Cougar offense earned, especially in the red zone…

Five questions raised by the unionization of Northwestern football players

When the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that the football players at Northwestern University could unionize left everyone stunned. Not many people expected that the college athletes would qualify under the legal definition of “employee”, and therefore wouldn’t have the right to unionize. Apparently, the NLRB felt differently. The NCAA issued a laughable statement…