The big story though is the forecast temperature at kickoff.
A balmy 21 degrees.
That would make it the second-coldest Apple Cup in the 107-year history of the series.
The coldest-ever Apple Cup: 20 degrees at kickoff in 1985, in Seattle at Husky Stadium. The Cougs won 21-20 to claim their third Apple Cup trophy in four years before a frozen crowd of 49,302 (there were 10,895 no shows).
The chance of light early-morning snow showers in Pullman on Saturday has decreased since yesterday, to a small window in the early morning hours before the skies start clearing -- and the mercury begins to plunge.
Forecasts this far out of course means things could still change considerably between now and Saturday.
But for those heading to the game, it's something to keep an eye on.
Be sure to pack the sunscreen.