Posted September 01, 2013 on
Robenson Therezie talks about his season-opening performance against Washington State.
BEST OF MAXIM
Mike Leach’s Washington State University football team is currently in Auburn, preparing for a (likely) sound thrashing at the hands of the host Tigers. However, roughly 100 Cougar fans who made the journey to the Deep South can walk away with a moral victory, as their hard partying ways led to an utter annihilation of every keg at Quixotes Tex-Mex Restaurant near campus (note...
Holy Hell, Halliday
The Cougars fell to the Tigers Saturday by a score of 31-24.
There was a lot to love about the Cougars performance. They came out strong on their opening drive with a well-executed 75 yards leading to 7 points.
The Tigers answered back and added on a 2-point conversion to take a 8-7 lead early in the first quarter.
Connor Halliday had received praise all pre...
WASHINGTON STATE OPENED with a thriller, but three turnovers proved too much to overcome in a hostile road environment as they lost 31-24 Saturday against Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
WASHINGTON STATE HAD little difficulty moving the ball during the first half, but too many mistakes resulted in a 25-21 halftime deficit against Auburn on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium despite a lopsided crimson advantage in total yards and first downs.
THE HIGHS AND LOWS – this is what college football is all about. And after starting in his first game for Washington State, sophomore running back Jeremiah Laufasa said that the team took some satisfaction in staying with – and at times leading – SEC powerhouse Auburn.
FT. LAUDERDALE — After watching future Washington State quarterback Peyton Bender riddle his team for 369 air yards and four touchdowns on Friday, Western High defensive coordinator Brandon McIntosh was left stating the obvious: Bender and his Cardinal Gibbons mates "executed their offense to perfection." That offense is the Air Raid and Bender looked like a veritable...
Taking a look back at Auburn's season opening win over the Washington State Cougars.
WASHINGTON STATE FANS always have loved their tall, strong-armed signal-callers, and Connor Halliday is no different. For better and worse. Halliday displayed some of the best traits of the Cougars’ famous quarterback lineage – and other undesirable aspects during WSU’s 31-24 loss Saturday at Auburn.
Plenty of recruits were on hand to see the Tigers defeat Washington State 31-24 in their season opener. AUTigers.com's Jason Caldwell and Amy Campbell talk about the prospects on hand and what the win means in Auburn recruiting right here.
The Auburn football team won a hard-fought 31-24 victory over Washington State at Jordan-Hare Stadium.