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Washington vs. Washington State Game Time, Spread, Channel, Announcers

The Washington vs. Washington State game was played in the snow.

PULLMAN, WA - NOVEMBER 23: James Williams #32 of the Washington State Cougars carries the ball against the Washington Huskies in the second half at Martin Stadium during the 111th Apple Cup on November 23, 2018 in Pullman, Washington. Washington defeated Washington State 28-15. (Photo by William Mancebo/Getty Images)

Black Friday will be more than a showcase of great deals in retail stores across the country. Friday will feature some of the biggest rivalry games in college football, including the annual Apple Cup game between Washington and Washington State.

After winning the Pac-12 title and going to the Rose Bowl last year, Washington has taken a steep drop. The Huskies are only 6-5 on the season and losers of four of their last six games. Husky Stadium has barely been much of an advantage for them either as they've lost back-to-back home games.

Much like the Huskies, Washington State has seen a drop off from last year's 11-win campaign. The Cougars are 6-5 and have not won a true road game all year. But Mike Leach's air raid offense is still proving more than capable of putting up huge numbers as it's currently the 9th-ranked scoring offense in college football.

But the bettors seem to expect that the Huskies' defense can keep the Cougars' air raid in check. Washington heads into the Apple Cup as a touchdown favorite over Washington State.

Here are the details for the Washington vs. Washington State game:

Game Time: 4:00 PM ET

Channel: FOX

Spread: Washington -7

Over/Under: 63.5

Announcers: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman, Coley Harvey

With identical records both in-conference and overall, the winner of the Apple Cup can legitimately say that they had the better season.

History certainly seems to be in the Huskies' favor though. They're currently on a six-game winning streak against the Cougars and have won nine of the last ten Apple Cup matchups.

Washington owns a 73-32-6 overall record over Washington State in the game's history.

The winner will receive the Apple Cup trophy, which will be presented by the governor of the state of Washington. The stakes will certainly be high even with no Pac-12 title shot on the line.