It’s going to be cold. It may even snow.
“I’m excited,” said quarterback Brock Osweiler.
He may be the only one.
Osweiler grew up in Kalispell, Montana about five hours
from Pullman, Washington where—according to weather.com,
it’s expected to be in the low 30s with a good chance of
rain and show showers Saturday night when ASU kicks off
against Washington State.
“I haven’t played in weather like that for quite some
time,” Osweiler continued. “It will be a new challenge
for us, but I look forward to it.”
Regardless of the weather, head coach Dennis Erickson said
the conditions will not affect what they do as a team.