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Sat., Nov. 14, 2009, 3:36 p.m.

WSU trails 26-0 at halftime


It's halftime and WSU trails again. This one started out badly, with Marshall Lobbestael throwing interceptions on WSU's first three possessions. UCLA turned those into 14 points, meaning the Cougars have been outscored 159-3 in the first quarter this season. Then it got worse. Kevin Prince scrambled 68 yards for a score when he should have been tackled or forced out of bounds numerous times. Then there was the safety, when Reid Forrest had a punt blocked for the first time this year. But of course that wasn't all. Forrest left the field after another punt, when he tried to make a tackle that meant nothing because of a block in the back up the field. He left holding his left shoulder. And the Bruins added a 38-yard field goal to end the half. Your thoughts?

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