Posted September 30, 2012 on
SEATTLE – Despite a surprisingly strong first half in which Washington State trailed by as little as three at one point, Oregon refused to surrender its No. 2 national ranking and turned second-half thumping to win 51-26 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
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SEATTLE – Here is what Washington State coaches and players had to say about Saturday’s 51-26 loss to Oregon at CenturyLink Field:
Though No. 2 ranked Oregon’s 51-26 throttling of Washington State will come as no shock to most on paper, for 30 minutes on Saturday night, it looked like the Ducks were on the verge of being upset at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
SEATTLE – Jason Hill. Michael Bumpus. Charles Dillon. Brandon Gibson. Jared Karstetter. They are the standout wide receivers who have been guiding forces as the Cougars have gone .500 just once in the last nine seasons. On Saturday, Marquess Wilson cemented his place in the elite group as he hauled in 182 yards against Oregon to break the school record for career receiving yards with 2,893.
PHATDUX TV gives us highlights and analysis from the #2 Oregon Ducks vs. Washington State Cougars football game Saturday night.