Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Prediction, Breakdown, Analysis

Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Prediction, Breakdown, Analysis

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Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Prediction, Breakdown, Analysis

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Washington State football schedule 2020 prediction, breakdown, analysis, ranking every game, game times.


Washington State Football Schedule 2020

Sept. 5 at Utah State

Sept. 12 Houston

Sept. 19 Idaho

Sept. 26 at Oregon State

Oct. 3 Cal

Oct. 10 Utah

Oct. 17 at Stanford

Oct. 24 OPEN DATE

Oct. 31 Arizona State

Nov. 7 at Colorado

Nov. 14 at UCLA

Nov. 21 Oregon

Nov. 27 Washington

Pac-12 South Teams Missed: Arizona, USC


Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Prediction, Best Case Scenario

9-3: The Cougars aren’t exactly pushing themselves in non-conference play. New head coach Nick Rolovich is welcomed in with at Utah State, Houston and Idaho, and a 3-0 start before opening the Pac-12 season with a win at Oregon State.

It’s going to be a fight, but after at least splitting the home games against Cal and Utah, the run of three road games in four dates – all against teams that didn’t go bowling last year – dates comes out strong with at least two of those going to Wazzu. Realistically, there are a few tough losses along the way – like at home against Oregon – but Rolovich takes the Apple Cup at home against Washington.

Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Prediction, Worst Case Scenario

5-7: There’s a stumble against Houston or at Utah State in the first few weeks, and the Cougars drop the Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. Throw in tough losses to good Cal and Utah teams, and it’s uh-oh time.

There are enough winnable games to build up a decent base, but it comes down to having to beat both Oregon and Washington at home to go bowling, and it doesn’t happen.


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Washington State Football Schedule 2020 Ranking Hardest To Easiest

2020 preseason ranking of the Washington State football schedule from the hardest-looking games to the easiest.

1. Nov. 21 Oregon

2. Nov. 27 Washington

3. Oct. 10 Utah

4. Oct. 17 at Stanford

5. Nov. 14 at UCLA

6. Oct. 3 Cal

7. Oct. 31 Arizona State

8. Nov. 7 at Colorado

9. Sept. 26 at Oregon State

10. Sept. 5 at Utah State

11. Sept. 12 Houston

12. Sept. 19 Idaho

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