Saturday, September 21, 2013

Weber State University Game Day Thread: WSU v. McNeese State

WSU Coach Sears: "Happy to (finally) return to playing against someone at our own level."

WSU v. McNeese State
Our Weber State Wildcats definitely have their hands full again this evening, as they travel to Lake Charles, Louisiana, to face the McNeese State University Cowboys  at Cowboy Stadium/Louis Bonnette Field in a game set for kickoff at 6:00 p.m. (Mountain Time).

The Cowboys boast of a 3-0 season record and a No. 2 national rating in scoring offense (51.7 points per game), whilst our hapless Wildcats (1-2) are coming off successive blowout road losses to NCAA FBS Division powerhouses Utah and Utah State.

WSU coach Sears certainly isn't about to write this game off however, as "the ’Cats are happy to return to playing against someone at their own (FCS) level."

Just to get your Wildcat fan juices flowing, here are the pregame writeups from the Standard and the Tribune:
And for the other side ot the story, read what the Lake Charles, Louisiana-based American Press newspaper has to say about tonight's cross-continent Saturday evening gridiron contest:
Sorry, folks.  Seems the bookmakers don't seem to be laying odds for this game. So for those sports "punters" among us... you're on your own.

You can catch the live streaming audio here, of course:
And as an added bonus, rabid WSU fans can watch the live Cowboys' streaming video broadcast here, provided you're willing to cough up that measly seven bucks:
And what are the magic words?  That's right... Go Wildcats! 

Update 9/21/13 8:52 p.m.: Final score: McNeese State 43, WSU 6.  Dang!

Update 9/21/13 10:00 p.m.:  The Trib is the first to carry a post-game story:
Update 9/22/13 7:15 a.m.:  Better late than never, the Standard's Roy Burton chimes in with his own morning writeup:

1 comment:

rudizink said...

WSU up by six after a turnover and failed two-point attempt. Hmmmm....

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