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From most favorable (5) to least favorable (1), we list each of the teams the Cougars could square off with one week from now.
Nahziah Carter scored 16 points, Isaiah Stewart had 15 and Washington snapped a nine-game losing streak with an 87-52 win over Cal.
Bonton’s been key in helping create opportunities for his Washington State teammates and he’s one of just a few Cougars who can manufacture offense for himself. Which is why Bonton’s value to this WSU team may actually be best measured in the games he’s missed.
Wearing the No. 3 on his back as a tribute to former friend and teammate Tyler Hilinski, Gordon completed 8 of 12 passes for two touchdowns and no interceptions, splitting time with fellow North QBs Jordan Love of Utah State and Shea Patterson of Michigan.
Matt Bradley banked in a 3-pointer with 6 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting California to a 61-58 win over Washington on Saturday night.
Through much of Thursday night’s game against the Cougars, the Golden Bears, who’d opened the year with a 6-8 record and a 16-point loss to Stanford, looked to be the more polished team. The hosts were certainly more consistent when it mattered, closing out WSU 73-66 in front of 3,953 fans in Berkeley.
Two sophomore guards will be on display as CJ Elleby and Washington State will face Matt Bradley and Cal.
Chase Garbers threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score, leading California to a 35-20 win over Illinois on Monday at the Redbox Bowl in Santa Clara, California.
Baldwin spent the past three seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at California.
Mike Leach wasn’t interested in wiring any money to Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott on Monday, so, true to form, the Washington State coach held his tongue when asked to comment on a major officiating blunder from the Cougars’ 33-20 loss at Cal on Saturday.
One official has been suspended and others have been downgraded for making what the Pac-12 determined a “breakdown in officiating mechanics and communication” during the third quarter of Washington State’s 33-20 loss at California on Saturday at Memorial Coliseum.
We dive into Washington State’s problems against the Wilcox/Baldwin duo, look at the third down woes and grade the offensive line in the latest edition of the rewind.
Mike Leach has grown fatigued talking about the explosive plays Washington State’s defense has allowed this season. The sheer volume would be enough to keep any head coach, defensive coordinator or position coach awake at night, let alone the manner in which they’re happening.
The Cougars lost 33-20 to the Golden Bears at Memorial Coliseum, giving up more than 30 points to a team that hadn’t scored that many since Nov. 24, 2018. Until Saturday, Cal’s Pac-12-high had been 20 points (against Washington) and they’d been held to 41 points in the last four games combined.
Difference makers from California’s 33-20 win over Washington State at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, California.
Washington State’s bowl hopes took a hit Saturday night in Berkeley, driven back by a California defense that limited the Cougars to two touchdowns and forced two turnovers en route to a 33-20 Pac-12 upset.
The D-tackle’s absence loomed large as the Cougars gave up 33 points to a Cal team that hadn’t scored more than 28 in a game this season. They recorded two sacks on Golden Bears quarterback Devon Modster, but also gave up 196 net rushing yards and allowed Cal to run for 5.4 yards per attempt.
The Cougars trailed the entirety of the game and couldn’t pull off a late comeback against California, losing their fourth consecutive road game, 33-20, to the Golden Bears Saturday night at Memorial Coliseum.
With just one exception – a rainy game in Utah when WSU’s offense was without Brandon Arconado – the Cougars have scored at least 30 points in every game this season. Even if they don’t get there against Evan Weaver-led Cal, a mere 21 or 24 points could be plenty.
There had been some speculation as to whether it would be Modster or freshman Spencer Brasch starting against the Cougars, due to an unspecified injury that kept Modster out of Cal’s game against Utah on Oct. 26.