SEATTLE – Washington State will return to Pullman early this morning with a handful of nicks and bruises to tend to. Quarterback Connor Halliday is the most notable of the bunch, as he limped off the field in the third quarter of WSU’s 55-17 loss to No. 5 Stanford on Saturday favoring his left hip area.
SEATTLE – Talk of an upset had already subsided by the time Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday trudged to the CenturyLink Field locker room, favoring his left leg, trainers helping him walk, more than eight minutes remaining in the third quarter. Sophomore running back Teondray Caldwell followed him, accompanied by a noticeable limp.
SEATTLE – A victory for Washington State’s football team over No. 5 Stanford on Saturday would signal more than just an upset over one of the nation’s best teams. It would also give the Cougars their fourth consecutive win and their first 4-1 start in a decade.
PULLMAN – Open the newspaper, John Laufasa told his children, and find an NFL game that interests you. Pick the team you think will win. Now sit in front of the television, watch the game, and if you’re right, you’ve earned yourself $5.
Open the newspaper, John Laufasa told his children, and find an NFL game that interests you.
Pick the team you think will win. Now sit in front of the television, watch the game, and if you’re right, you’ve earned yourself $5.
PULLMAN – He’s talking about the matchup between his offensive line and Washington State’s defensive line a year ago, and Stanford coach David Shaw says something he hasn’t said often during his two seasons in charge of the Cardinal. “When we were on offense and they were on defense,” Shaw said, “I thought they took it to us. I think they played extremely hard, I think they played extremely well, and they matched our desire to run the ball with their desire to not let us run the ball. I think it was probably one of our top two most difficult days to run the ball. I thought they matched up very well.”