Posted September 08, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
WHILE THE OUTCOME was much more favorable for Washington State, the feeling from the Cougars’ 24-20 win Saturday against Eastern Washington before a sold out Martin Stadium remains similar. Simply put, WSU made far too many mistakes, which turned a potential blowout into a far-too-close outcome.
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