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Apple Cup trophy. The Apple Cup trophy officially began in 1962. Here Wazzu QB Alex Brink hoists the trophy as he celebrates the Cougars' 42-35 victory.
First awarded in 1962, the Apple Cup trophy is presented to the winner by the state's governor at the conclusion of the game. Contents. Series history. The teams played for the "Governor's Trophy" from 1934 to 1961. The game was renamed the Apple Cup in 1962 because of Washington's national reputation as a major producer of apples.
For the second consecutive year, the Washington State Cougars were favored to win this game, and earned my prediction that they would haul the Apple Cup trophy back to the Palouse.And for the ...
More than just a trophy on the line – yet again – in the Apple Cup. Posted 9:37 AM, November 19, 2018, by Kenny Via, Updated at 09:39AM, November 19, 2018. ... Apple Cup by the numbers.
After 1962 the Apple Cup trophy has been awarded to the winner of the big game. Washington has been the home team in the Apple Cup 57 times with all of those games being held in Seattle. WSU has been the home team 46 times with 31 games being held in Pullman, which is where WSU currently plays, and 15 times in Spokane.
The No. 7 Washington State Cougars and No. 16 Washington Huskies will clash for the 111th time in the Apple Cup this Friday from Martin Stadium in Pullman.
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115 Years of Apple Cup History. Originally called the “Governor’s Trophy”, the trophy became the Apple Cup in 1962, in honor of Washington State’s delicious and iconic apples. Every odd year, such as this year, the game is played right here in Seattle, at Husky Stadium. And every even year, it’s played at Martin Stadium in Pullman on...
The Apple Cup quickly went from who would make the worst plays to who would make the fewest mistakes — and there were plenty of both to go around. ... hoisting the Apple Cup trophy on WSU's turf ...
Kaleb McGary holds the Apple Cup trophy aloft after Washington defeated Washington State. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)