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Moos: All Pac-12 home games to be in Pullman

Moos: All Pac-12 home games to be in Pullman

SPOKANE–When fans and national media talk about Pac-12 facilities, Oregon is mentioned most often. But with the new football operations building that opens next month at Washington State, Mike Leach says everyone else in the Pac-12 will have to be satisfied with second-best. Meanwhile, Bill Moos says all WSU Pac-12 home games will be played in Pullman, with Seattle no longer a consideration.

Moos and Leach headlined the Spokane luncheon, part of a week of activities designed to amp up excitement ahead of Saturday's Crimson and Gray Scrimmage at Joe Albi Stadium, the centerpiece of the Cougars' spring workouts. Asked about the Cougs' new $61 million Football Operations Building, which is 98 percent completed and due to open May 19, Leach expressed his admiration and then some. "It's...

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