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Covid keeps football families home

More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, Wash. (Murrow News 8) – Kevin Bacon comes a from a rich line of Husky fandom. But he won’t tell you that. Once his son

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Empty Football Seats Put Crunch On Pullman Economy

In a non-pandemic world, there is usually parking lot across from Martin Stadium packed with campers and tailgaters all gathering for one thing: Cougar football. But when Washington State University hosts its first home game of the year on Saturday, the stands – and the parking lot – will be empty.

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