In the spirit of Halloween, Washington State creates a Pac-12 graveyard


Halloween is weeks away and while COVID-19 has altered how many of us plan to celebrate, it hasn't kept us from getting in the spirit.

Over on The Palouse, Washington State and head football coach Nick Rolovich are no exception. 

Rolovich, who is very active on social media, took to Twitter on Sunday to show off the newly decorated WSU offices. 

Spooky Jack-o-lanterns, skeletons, manikins dressed as Buzz Lightyear and Black Panther and... wait, was that a Pac-12 graveyard?

It was!

Rolovich and the Cougars took a big cat-sized swipe at the conference with that one. 

Each of the eleven other teams in the conference had a tombstone on display, with a cougar lounging above them as to show off its victory. 

There may have also been an extra little joke in there as well. Did you catch it?

As KREM's Brenna Greene points out, the arch-rival Washington Huskies had the largest tombstone.

It's great to see the Rolovich is having fun with his new team.

Was he just getting in the Halloween spirit or was he making a prediction for the upcoming season?

We will see on November 7, when the Cougars start their season with a game against the Oregon State Beavers.