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John Blanchette: With HBO cameras rolling, Washington State rolled out the red carpet for Max Borghi

Other than Wazzu’s first step into the Pac-12 win column, the best news out of Saturday’s 41-10 drubbing of hapless Colorado was Borghi amassing a career high for touches – 21 – in a splendid evening that included a team-best nine receptions and 105 yards rushing, making him the first WSU running back since Jerome Harrison in 2005 to post three 100-yard games in a season.

The pick: Why Washington State will beat Colorado

Slip “rain” and “Martin Stadium” into the same sentence and you’re sure to evoke some uncomfortable memories for Steven Montez and any other third-, fourth- or fifth-year player on Colorado’s football roster.

Highlights: Washington State downs Colorado for first Pac-12 win

Washington State snaps a three-game losing skid with a 41-10 victory over Colorado on Saturday afternoon in Pullman. Quarterback Anthony Gordon threw for 369 yards and four touchdowns to give the Cougars their first Pac-12 win of the season. Max Borghi racked up his third career 100-yard game, finishing with 162 yards and two scores. The win improves WSU to 3-1 at home this season. – Pac-12 Networks

Colorado-Washington State football game preview

Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam and Yogi Roth preview Saturday's matchup between Colorado and Washington State in Pullman. Both teams are seeking bounce-back wins in the Week 8 battle. – Pac-12 Networks

Mike Leach says Washington State didn’t give ‘clear message’ to defense during fall camp

It isn’t that Mike Leach envisioned WSU’s defense giving up 143 points in three games, ceding 1,715 total yards of offense through the first third of the Pac-12 schedule or going 10 full quarters without causing a turnover. But, perhaps he sensed something wasn’t right when the Cougars were exhausting themselves in Lewiston during the doldrums of fall camp.