Football, or "pigskin," originally a pork byproduct, has become America's most popular pork-related pastime after recently topping baseball—a byproduct of sausage races. Commemorate sport’s other meat with today’s GrouponLive deal: for $19, you get one sideline-reserved ticket to the Washington State University football game against Idaho State University on Saturday, September 3, at 2 p.m. at Martin Stadium (a $35 value, including a $5 facility fee). Seats are located in Sections 1–3, Lower 4, Lower 8, Sections 9–10, and Lower 24.
The Cougars enamor fans with their deft passes and dexterous catches as they scramble for the top of the Pac-12 pile. Deal getters score sideline-reserved seats at the team's home opener, where they can witness each tackle and distract the Idaho State University Bengals with convincing yak imitations. After completing a 99-yard touchdown pass as a freshman, quarterback Jeff Tuel now looks to shatter more school records as a junior. Over the years, fans have also watched wide receiver Jared Karstetter blossom into a masterful catcher of footballs and deflector of spitballs from rival teams.
Martin Stadium has welcomed WSU fans for more than a century, spawning gridiron legends such as New England Patriots Hall of Famer Drew Bledsoe and Washington Redskins star-turned-coach Glen "Turk" Edwards. With nearly 40,000 seats and a sturdy FieldTurf surface, the stadium makes an ideal venue for college-football showdowns and giant games of musical chairs.