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College football is finally back We have a week to prepare for that
It’s Week Zero, the week leading up to Labor Day Weekend, and college football has arrived in our lives and on
our TVs. This year, everything seems to be back to normal after the 2020 season was postponed until late September, and even later for WSU and the Pac-12.
Fans at stadiums throughout the country will have a slightly different experience, but it will be near enough.
Nebraska visits Illinois at 10 a.m. west coast time to kick off the season.
After Bill Moos suddenly retired this summer, there’s nothing truly connecting Coug fans to that game. But it’s still Power 5 football, and it’s a conference matchup at that!
Connecticut, which may or may not have a football team, pays a visit to Fresno State, but that’s only a taster before UCLA hosts Hawaii in the Rose Bowl at 3:30 p.m. on the west coast.
but there are great expectations for this Bruins club, and they should prove themselves against Nick Rolovich’s old team.
To finish off your day, UTEP travels to New Mexico State, which isn’t shown on television anywhere, and Southern Utah travels to San Jose State.
Not exactly headline-grabbing matches, but what are you going to do if you don’t speak to your family?!?!
So take advantage of Week One. The five games should help us ease into the regular season, which starts next weekend.
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George Kliavkoff, the Pac-12 commissioner, was in Pullman this week as part of his tour of the league.
The conference revealed on Thursday that it will not be expanding, contrary to expectations.
will play eight conference games, plus one road and one home game against members of other leagues, as part of this new “alliance.”
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© 2018 new 24 hour