AUDIO: Gary Rogers

PULLMAN -- Washington State quarterback Gary Rogers talks post-practice about the competition this week at the quarterback position this week headed into the Baylor game and more.

• The Village Pub in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood will be welcoming Coug fans with $5 drink and food specials, plus their 28 flat screens tuned in to the Cougs on Saturday.

• Be sure to check out KJR Radio's one-hour weekly Cougar podcast preview, hosted by Jason Pucket. The show goes on line here every Wednesday at midnight.

All remaining tickets for the Nov. 22 Apple Cup will go on sale this Saturday (Sept. 13), beginning at 10 a.m., only at, WSU announced. To date, only season ticket holders have had the opportunity to purchase Apple Cup tickets; combined with the WSU student allotment and the University of Washington's allotment, this has left a limited supply of tickets available for the annual renewal of the intrastate rivalry. All tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis until the game has sold out. There will be no refunds or exchanges on tickets purchased through the online sale. Sales will be limited to 12 tickets per customer. Tickets are $60 apiece, plus a one-time $10 processing charge, which is applied to every order regardless if it's one or 12 tickets. If any tickets remain after the weekend, orders will be taken by phone at 1-800-Go-Cougs beginning Monday, Sept. 15 at 8 a.m. Any remaining premium seats in areas that require an additional donation ($30, $50 or $100 per seat) to the Athletic Foundation will also be made available on Monday by phone.

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