The Washington State Cougars football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the previous three seasons seeing steady growth from the 2014 - 2016 college football seasons. There was little change from the Cougars 2014 to 2015 seasons moving from $35 to $38, an 8% increase between the seasons. The average ticket price for Washington State football for the 2017 season is currently at $46, which is a 40% drop from the 2016 Cougars season.
(Data updated 9/21/2017)
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2018 Cougars Season Preview
Washington State has been rolling as of late. Maybe not Alabama Roll Tide rolling, but rolling nonetheless and Pullman residents have been relatively pleased. The Cougars churned out eight wins last season and nine the year before, and have the talent to get back to nine, potentially ten this year. In a Washington State offense one thing is a given – receivers will put up big numbers. Tavares Martin comes into the season as the number one option for QB Luke Falk. Speaking of Falk, he enters his senior campaign having passed for 4,561 yards and 38 touchdowns. Another in a long-line of great Washington State QBs, he will be throwing behind an All-American guard in Cody O’Connell and handing off to running back Jamal Morrow when not torching defenses through the air. While the receiving corps took a hit with two of their best three now gone, Falk has next level talent that should keep this offense humming. Whether you are planning on cheering on Washington State at Martin Stadium or supporting the Cougars on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Washington State Cougars tickets, including home and away games.
Washington State Cougars Football at Martin Stadium Address: 1775 NE Stadium Way, Pullman, Washington, 99164
The Washington State Cougars play their home games at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington. Martin Stadium has been the home of the Cougars since 1972, and seats over 30,000 fans. A few hours before kickoff, fans, cheerleaders, and the marching band line up outside of Martin Stadium to cheer on and high five their favorite Cougar players as they enter the stadium in what is known as the “Cougar Prowl.” The Washington State Cougars home bench is on the Martin Stadium sideline with sections 24-30. Martin Stadium parking information is covered in our Cougars event guide.
Martin Stadium Experience
Known as the “Apple Cup,” this is the must see matchup in the Evergreen State. The two schools have played over 105 times since 1900, and are the two largest and most accomplished programs in the State of Washington. To say that there is no love lost between Wazzu and UW would be an understatement. The battles on the gridiron have been especially fierce in the last decade, with the game being decided by more than 12 points only a couple times.
Washington State vs. Idaho
One of the closest rivalries in the NCAA, these two Northwest neighboring universities are separated by only eight miles. This matchup is known as the Battle of the Palouse, and has been played over 85 times since the initial meeting in 1894. The Cougars have seen much success in this series, including a winning streak of 21 straight games from 1928-1949. This rivalry is one of the oldest, closest, and most regionally important matchups in the Northwest.
2011 Washington State Football Preview
After a season of disappointment for the Cougars, head coach Paul Wulff is looking to put a positive stamp on the 2011 year. With an amazing amount of young talent on his roster, however, it is going to be up to junior quarterback Jeff Tuel and the other seven members of his offense to bring Wazzou back into the national spotlight.
It was the middle of the 2009 season when Tuel was inserted into the lineup, the first true freshman to start in Pullman since Drew Bledsoe. However, last year’s 2,780 yards with 18 touchdowns earned him and All-Pac-10 honorable mention nod, so now it’s his time to make his offense explode. Alas, his rushing attack isn’t as prolific as Tuel, ranking 117th in the nation last year. However, they do get back freshman Rickey Galvin, who broke his arm in his first ever Cougar carry last year. It may be up to him to revive the run game, and returning wide-outs—seniors Isiah Barton, Jared Karstetter and sophomore All-Pac-10 honorable-mention pick Marquess Wilson—to help elevate the overall game.
On defense, the Cougars boast another All-Pac-10 honorable-mention in junior end Travis Long, who anchors the line. Along with senior Alex Hoffman-Ellis at linebacker, Long will need to create pressure up front with his units to help relive the youth in the secondary. Sophomore cornerbacks Nolan Washington and Damante Horton had plenty of experience as freshman, but in their first year as established starters, they will need to step up to create an easier path to victories that have eluded the Cougars in recent memory.
2010 Washington State Football Preview
When a college football team falters, its fan base is usually aware that it may take a few years to rebuild a top-caliber team, and simply looks for signs of improvement. Entering the 2010 season, Washington State Cougars fans are in for a treat - the team can't do much worse than last year's 1-11 season.
Despite the fact that the Cougars did not win a game within the Pac-10 one year ago, ticket holders still have plenty of reason to pack the stands at Martin Stadium. First, there's no telling who can have a breakout year and become the next college star recruited by NFL teams. Prior Washington State players who have made a name for themselves on the national stage include Drew Bledsoe, Jerome Harrison and Marcus Trufant.
Second, while bright spots were hard to find on a team with a single victory, Washington State's punter, Reid Forrest, ranked 21st among the nation's specialists at the position.
Additionally, amid a large group of returning starters, the Cougars bring back their irreplaceable sophomore defensive end, Travis Long. As a freshman, Long was the team's best pass rusher. In 2010, he'll have to use his growth and experience to hold down Washington State's defensive line.
2009 Washington State Football Preview
After bottoming out in 2007 & 2008, the Washington State Cougars will be looking to turn things around in 2009. WSU finished with only 2 wins in the previous two seasons, but has still managed to bring talent into Pullman. It is that football talent, plus the coaching of Head Coach Paul Wulff which should make a difference for the Cougars in 2009.
2008 Washington State Football Preview
The Washington State Cougars football program finds itself at a turning point this season. Coach Bill Doba was let go after 5 seasons where he led the Cougars to a record of just over .500. New coach Paul Wulff will take over the reigns and hopes to bring the success he enjoyed at Eastern Washington to Pullman this year. Martin Stadium will be an exciting place for Cougar fans as the team looks to begin a new era of success and hopes to climb the ranks of the Pac-10 and compete for a Rose Bowl berth.