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Many of EWU's forced turnovers were timely, including Jerry Ceja's strip of Northern Colorado quarterback Dylan Orms as the Bears attempted a game-winning drive in the final two minutes of a Big Sky Conference thriller.
Mason Peatling added 20 points for the Eagles. Peatling also had 11 rebounds and three blocks.
Eastern Washington, currently in a three-way tie for first in the Big Sky Conference standings, was widely expected to be in this position.
Kai Edwards had 17 points and 12 rebounds as Northern Colorado rolled past Idaho 93-49 on Thursday night.
Not only did EWU chip away at its latest double-digit deficit to force overtime, ultimately beating Northern Colorado 89-84 at Reese Court on Monday to gain sole possession of second place in the Big Sky Conference standings, it won a game it appeared to have lost.
The determination that gave Idaho a chance to win in the closing seconds of each of its first five league losses was tested again by Northern Colorado.
Of the seven passes Eastern Washington receiver Talolo Limu-Jones has hauled in this season, five were of the touchdown variety.
The third-worst defense in the Football Championship Subdivision looked the part. So did one of its most consistent home teams.
Rarely does Eastern Washington not have a number attached its football-rich name.
Eastern Washington beat writer Ryan Collingwood predicts Week 7 games in the Big Sky Conference. He went 5-2 last week and has an overall record of 48-10.
Jace Bobo’s interception helped set up Ben Raybon’s 32-yard field goal with 4:06 remaining and Northern Colorado beat Idaho 27-24 on Saturday in the Big Sky Conference opener for both teams.
Idaho’s most recent road win occurred in its Football Bowl Subdivision finale, 24-10 against Georgia State on Dec. 12, 2017.
Now that Washington State has cleared the puff pastries from the table, the Cougars can focus on the main course of their nonconference schedule.
Look, winning football is a fan magnet, but there’s still a limit for a discerning clientele.
Mike Leach is Washington State’s head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. On game days, those last two titles are probably more meaningful than the first.
One season after recording more tackles (one) than receptions (zero), Brandon Arconado asserted himself for the second week in a row on Saturday, hauling in eight catches for 127 yards and a touchdown in Washington State’s 59-17 victory over Northern Colorado.
With one sack already on Saturday, redshirt freshman Ron Stone Jr. rushed into the backfield and honed in on quarterback Jacob Knipp, midway through the third quarter of Washington State's 59-17 victory over Northern Colorado.
Amid a sea of Cougars jerseys – some bearing his No. 16 – Ryan Leaf strode across Cougville, next to Martin Stadium, before Saturday’s game against Northern Colorado.
The second time around, it didn’t seem as easy for Anthony Gordon and the Washington State Cougars.
Difference makers from Washington State’s 59-17 win over Northern Colorado at Martin Stadium in Pullman.