Oct. 6, 1999
PULLMAN, Wash. - Football fans can get their fill of Pacific-10 Conference and Big West Conference football at one location Saturday, Oct. 9, when both the Washington State Cougars and Idaho Vandals will stage home games back to back in Martin Stadium.
WSU will play host to the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns at 1:00 p.m. Saturday and the Vandals will entertain North Texas State at 6:00 p.m. While Martin Stadium is WSU's home field, the Vandals are also playing their four-game home schedule in the same stadium.
All Cougar ticket holders, including WSU students, will be admitted to the Idaho game free by exchanging their WSU ticket between games.
In addition, WSU is sponsoring a special "Take a Kid To the Game" promotion, which allows one adult buying a $10 general admission ticket to bring two youth (under 18 years of age) to the Cougar game free. Those tickets can also be exchanged for a free Vandal ticket between games. The end result is one $10 adult general admission ticket will allow three people to see both games.
All fans attending the WSU game will be required to exit Martin Stadium immediately at the end of the first game and exchange their Cougar ticket for a Vandal ticket at either Gate A (east endzone) or Gate G (south side of Martin Stadium).
WSU students and guests who plan to attend the Vandal game will re-enter the stadium at their regular entrance, Gate J, by showing their sports pass or exchanging their guest ticket at Gate J.