Posted October 13, 2012 on
California is out to claim its first road win of the season up on the Palouse against struggling Washington State.
BEST OF MAXIM
California shows progress in its rugged 31-17 win at Washington State, demonstrating the Golden Bears are more than ready to reclaim the Axe from Stanford.
GIVEN WASHINGTON STATE’S offensive woes, there arguably was no bigger factor for the Cougars than stopping California’s formidable running game. But WSU had no solution for the Golden Bears’ trio of talented running backs during Saturday’s 31-17 loss at Martin Stadium.
PULLMAN -- The Cougars came out Sunday night fired up and ready compete on every level. Whether it was individual drills, non-contact scrimmage, or dodgeball -- yes, dodgeball -- the team was out to win. A new face also entered the receiving corps, while another pass-catcher was absent from practice. Furthermore, the quarterback competition is back, and this time it may stick for a while.
Two of the conference's elite receivers, Cal's Keenan Allen and Marquess Wilson of Washington State, will show their skills at Martin Stadium on Saturday night.
A CALIFORNIA DEFENSEMAN unofficially visited Washington State back in the summer and from the WSU campus to the stadium reconstruction and beyond, the 6-4, 245-pounder loved what he saw in Pullman -- but he left town without an offer. He’s kept in close contact with the WSU coaches ever since and has been hoping for that crimson ride. Earlier this week, he got the call he’s been waiting for...
In honor of the upcoming trip to Seattle here are some highlights of Washington State University’s own Drew Bledsoe.
California running back C.J. Anderson rushed for 112 yards at Washington State.