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Washington State’s losing streak reached eight games with a 73-56 road loss to No. 12 Arizona. The consolation for the Pac-12′s last-place team is that after falling far behind, the Cougars rallied to keep things sort of close and give Arizona coach Sean Miller something to grumble about afterward.
Another National Letter of Intent day is in the books, and the two major university football programs in the state of Washington appear to be filling obvious needs.
No. 8 Arizona beat the Washington State Cougars 79-65 on Saturday, giving WSU a 2-7 conference record through the first half of the PAC-12 season.
Mike Ladd finished with 14 points and has now scored in double figures in each of the last nine games, but the rest of the squad had a tough time containing the Arizona State offense.
Thursday, January 31st – Steve & Bill talk with Percy Allen of the Seattle Times, Cougars play-by-play announcer Bud Nameck, former Giants running back and co-host of the TBD show Tiki Barber, Root Sports Northwest’s […]
Steve and Bill talk with CBS senior NFL columnist Clark Judge, King 5′s Chris Daniels, Washington State University forward Brock Motum and Geoff Baker from the Seattle Times.
Rainier Beach alumnus Mike Ladd tied his career high and set a personal WSU best with 22 points.
The Huskies watched their lead collapse in Pullman, losing to the Cougars in overtime during the 2012 Apple Cup.
After getting routed by Arizona last month and giving up 52 points for the second time this season, Washington didn’t look much improved from a defense that was among the worst in the country a year ago.
WSU Head Coach Mike Leach failed to give any explanation as to who will be his starting quarterback the day after Thanksgiving when Washington State hosts rival Washington in the Apple Cup, not yet ready to make a decision about whether Jeff Tuel or Connor Halliday will get the nod against the Huskies.