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Oops! WSU socks give accidental shoutout to UW

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KHQ.COM - An $18 pair of Strideline WSU College “Cougar Socks” have been recalled by Bartell Drugs.  Somehow the manufacturer got their mascots confused.

Printed on the inside cuff of the socks, instead of a crimson "Go Cougs," the socks have a phrase that's not likely to be heard on Washington State's campus. They say “Go Dawgs,” the slogan for WSU's rival, the University of Washington.

Strideline is a company based in Seattle that's made a name for themselves selling collegiate pairs of socks.

Customers with an affected pair may return them regardless of the wear condition of the socks for a full refund.

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