COUGS LOOK TO HAVE SOME FUN, TOO New Mexico Bowl Has Several Events on Tap

By Thorpe, Jacob | The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA), December 16, 2013 | Go to article overview

COUGS LOOK TO HAVE SOME FUN, TOO New Mexico Bowl Has Several Events on Tap


Thorpe, Jacob, The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA)


The Washington State football team will be given the royal treatment in Albuquerque this week, with a host of welcome events scheduled for the team by their host, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.

Before the Cougars take the field against Colorado State at 11 a.m. on Saturday, there will be welcome receptions, pep rallies, battling bands, team dinners and a visit to a local hospital.

In short, a lot of distractions. This is a business trip, after all.

"We don't want to go down there just to have fun," running back Marcus Mason said. "We want to have fun by winning the game."

Still, WSU's coaches want their players to enjoy the experience of going to the program's first bowl game since 2003. The team will fly to New Mexico on Tuesday following one final practice at Martin Stadium.

They will practice again on Wednesday morning, and then have some time to kill before preparing for the welcome reception and team dinner, the first of a litany of events the bowl has planned for the teams.

"It's one of the better ones that you can go to," linebackers coach Ken Wilson said. Wilson was a coach at Nevada last year when the Wolf Pack lost to Arizona 49-48. "They do a great job with the bowl, the functions are good for the kids, not too many of them, you get a lot of preparation and you're the first game out. …

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