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The Palouse is Not Hell–But You Can Smell the Brimstone From There

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Two weeks ago, I made the inference that Eastern Washington was hell. It was a perfectly logical assumption–the EW Eagles play football on a field that they themselves call “The Inferno,” and who am I to disagree with the very people who have consigned themselves to the netherworld? However, upon further review, I now have a more realistic outlook...

 

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Two weeks ago, I made the inference that Eastern Washington was hell. It was a perfectly logical assumption–the EW Eagles play football...

 

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Loved the title!   Made me smile 

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Playing in late Oct. or Nov. in the Palouse is hell, not Sept. I have attended late season games there and it sucks.

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Another absolute epic, and as before-I learn something new from Alan, as I did NOT know the story of how their stadium was named!

 

Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!

Mr. FishDuck

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Humorous and insightful.  I really enjoyed that read.

 

Great job, Alan!

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Hilarious, informative, timely, dripping with delicious sarcasm... another quality piece from you, Alex.  My good man, your stuff is terrific.  Nay, may I say Pulitzer worthy?!  (Of course it isn't.  It isn't political enough.  But one can dream.)

 

Keep 'em coming, sir.  Palease.

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Some say you can't make a Palouse without a louse.

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Alan you are on fire. Impressive skills you have

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Nailed it! Thank you Alan.

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The Ducks have a history of losses to supposedly “weaker” WSU teams in Pullman.  I have sat through a couple of those debacles.  This will be a tough, perhaps season defining game.  Oregon will have to play extremely well to win.

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Rich Brooks Field is named after a Beaver. 

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On 9/23/2022 at 8:12 AM, Mudslide said:

Hilarious, informative, timely, dripping with delicious sarcasm... another quality piece from you, Alex.  My good man, your stuff is terrific.  Nay, may I say Pulitzer worthy?!  (Of course it isn't.  It isn't political enough.  But one can dream.)

 

Keep 'em coming, sir.  Palease.

LOL...who the he!! is Alex?!  Sorry Alan!  But great job.

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On 9/23/2022 at 11:36 AM, Red Eddy Green said:

Rich Brooks Field is named after a Beaver. 

That's only to help Brooks get the stench of tater salad from such a great man. Oregon showed compassion in helping Brooks escape from the foul odor of souring pickles and mustard. 

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Alan my friend ... You called it. They Couged it! 

 

WSU should have had us dead to rights but they left the door open and we came busting through. 

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Good article. Made me smile, snort, and chuckle. After I read it I thought I should tell you that "Rich Brooks Field" is named after a Beaver, but I see that's already been done. I know, it's just the field and not the whole darned stadium.

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