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Offense stalls, but Cougs find way to beat USC

Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday smiles after the team defeated Southern California in an NCAA college football game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. (Chris Carlson / Associated Press)
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday smiles after the team defeated Southern California in an NCAA college football game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. (Chris Carlson / Associated Press)

Each team seemingly did what it could to muck this game up until one of them got out of its own way. And what do you know it, the Cougars were the first to accomplish that feat, crafting a 10-7 victory of one of the ugliest football games you’ll ever want to see, but in the end, it was beautiful for those colored crimson, and it was a win over USC in Memorial Coliseum, something the Cougars haven’t done since 2000. And it’s the Cougars’ first win over a ranked opponent since they beat Oregon at Martin Stadium in 2006. Here is the game story. We will have more later.




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