WSU and UCLA play at Martin Stadium in Pullman on Saturday.
There were only three things the Washington State Cougars would’ve done differently in the third and fourth quarter of a 67-63 upset loss to UCLA Saturday night. Just three. Offense. Defense. Special teams.
It took winless UCLA fewer than 5 minutes to erase most of a 32-point lead Saturday night at Martin Stadium, and even with Anthony Gordon breaking a school record with nine passing touchdowns, the Cougars couldn’t avoid full-on disaster in their Pac-12 opener, falling to the Bruins 67-63.