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WSU players probably don’t need anyone jogging their memories, but they’re still only about 400 days removed from the 2017 debacle in Tucson, when the Wildcats rushed for 328 yards, passed for 275 more and scored more points on the Cougars than any opponent had since 2014.
WSU players probably don’t need anyone jogging their memories, but they’re still only about 400 days removed from the 2017 debacle in Tucson, when the Wildcats rushed for 328 yards, passed for 275 more and scored more points on the Cougars than any opponent had since 2014.
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The pick: Why Washington State will beat Arizona

Gardner Minshew should have plenty of chances to boost his Heisman Trophy resume against a mediocre Arizona pass defense and the Cougars should cruise into the Apple Cup on a seven-game win streak.

Pac-12 picks: Lots on the line in five of the six games across conference landscape this weekend

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 14, 2018, 9:41 p.m.

In the South, there’s still plenty of sorting to do. Four teams in the division could gain bowl eligibility by winning this Saturday. Three teams in the division are still hunting for a spot in the Pac-12 title game, as are two in the North. One of those could be eliminated by Saturday night if it can’t take care of business against a heavy underdog.

One important key for No. 8 Washington State this season? ‘We love each other, man’

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 13, 2018, 10:37 p.m.

WSU is getting more production out of the QB position than it did last year. The offensive line is allowing fewer than a sack a game. The receivers are a year older and better. The defensive numbers haven’t dipped, either, and many of them have done the opposite. But the most important part of the formula – cliché or not – could be team chemistry.