Marks certainly took notice of the Bruins warming up on WSU’s side of the field during pregame, saying UCLA was "trying too hard to be tough.”
“I’m not coming back next year to be able to play them again but I don’t know what their deal is. They kind of come off as bad guys when they do things like that. I don’t know if they do that to everybody. It’s kind of douchey... Don’t cut that. Let’s be honest," said Marks.
Marks also took a good amount of time discussing his frustration that an NCAA college football video game no longer exists
“There needs to be a college football video game on the market," Marks said. “I've got to be on one college football game, and the year that they took it off I was hoping to see a jump in my ratings – you know, by a lot. And then last year you know, I don’t know what my rating would have been, but it had to have been a little higher ... So, it's just frustrating ‘cause it’s a good game. And everyone loved that game, and now we only have Madden.”
Meanwhile, it's one day at a time when it comes to this Saturday in Tempe.
"When you win, you kind of know you've won four in a row. But we can't act like we care or focus on the games we've won," said Marks.
Hanser on four-consecutive wins: "It's definitely exciting, but we just have to stay humble. This week we’re 0-0."
O’Connell, when asked if he thinks the Cougs are receiving the credit that they deserve said; "Honestly I don't care. I'm going to go out there and play the same either way."