Season:

2009 Washington State Cougars Football Schedule


Final Record: 1-11, 0-9 (Pac-10)
Date   Opponent Result Tickets
Saturday
Sep. 5
Cardinal Stanford Cardinal
Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Lost 39-13
Saturday
Sep. 12
Warriors Hawaii Warriors
Qwest Field, Seattle, WA
Lost 38-20
Saturday
Sep. 19
Mustangs SMU Mustangs
Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Won 30-27
(OT)
Saturday
Sep. 26
Trojans at USC Trojans
LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
Lost 27-6
Saturday
Oct. 3
Ducks at Oregon Ducks
Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
Lost 52-6
Saturday
Oct. 10
Sun Devils Arizona State Sun Devils
Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Lost 27-14
Saturday
Oct. 17
Open Date
Saturday
Oct. 24
Golden Bears at California Golden Bears
California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA
Lost 49-17
Saturday
Oct. 31
Fighting Irish Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Alamodome, San Antonio, TX
Lost 40-14
Saturday
Nov. 7
Wildcats at Arizona Wildcats
Arizona Stadium, Tucson, AZ
Lost 48-7
Saturday
Nov. 14
Bruins UCLA Bruins
Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Lost 43-7
Saturday
Nov. 21
Beavers Oregon State Beavers
Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Lost 42-10
Saturday
Nov. 28
Huskies at Washington Huskies
Husky Stadium, Seattle, WA
Lost 30-0

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    1. lost in Va.
      August 23, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      plenty of other Big Sky schools for SJSU to court….

      • NV kid
        August 24, 2016 at 1:47 pm

        non-sense

      • Stuart
        August 28, 2016 at 2:48 am

        pretty accurate. SJSU was not going to pay Idaho $550,000. They tend to pay FCS schools the minimum. Nobody in San Jose wants to see Idaho, whatever their level. UC Davis, or Cal Poly would get more interest. And they can pay North Dakota, Portland State, or as they did recently New Hampshire considerably less

        For Idaho it’s not only more money than SJSU would give them to convert the series to revenue trips to San Jose without return, but it’s also a game close to home where their own fans will attend. For WSU with Idaho as an FCS school it’s now cheap enough for them to schedule it.

        Idaho with this cancellation now has room for 8 Big Sky games on an 11 game FCS schedule in 2018, 2019, 2020 while collecting some serious revenue. Pretty much a win for everyone.

        I expect the Indiana series and the Penn State game to fall off the schedule next. The rest will probably remain, although LSU has leverage in their contract to force a lower fee negotiation if they want (but why bother?)

    2. Z Man
      August 23, 2016 at 6:54 pm

      Nevada is the only FBS school still scheduled to visit Idaho beyond 2017. And that game will likely be canceled too.

    3. Alum
      August 23, 2016 at 10:13 pm

      How does Rob Spear still have a job…?

    4. Jinzo_2400
      August 26, 2016 at 9:25 pm

      Glad that SJS cancelled this series…..rather play a FBS school or a FCS school closer to home.

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    1. Rodger
      September 2, 2015 at 2:03 pm

      Not dissing Central Michigan, but the Cougars are scheduling for nothing more than a chance for an at-large berth in a mid-December bowl game. This season’s game versus Rutgers game will be Wazoo’s last with a P5 OOC opponent until 2022. Probably will have gone through two more coaches by then. Tough to establish a competitive program in Pullman. Besides the Pac 12 revenue, the Cougs would be much better off in the MWC.

    2. Phil
      September 2, 2015 at 11:05 pm

      In 2019 Wazoo plays 9 p5 teams in conference plus byu which most consider a p5 equivalent; that’s more power 5 games than Baylor plays or most Sec schools so I don’t think the gripe has merit. If Wsu is competing for a playoff spot then maybe different story.

      Washington state in the pac12 where they have 100 year rivalry with the northwest schools along with the opportunity to be in a conference with great academic institutions such as Stanford, Cal-Berkeley , UCLA.
      Not to mention the revenue they receive. The idea of them giving that up is ridiculous.

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