Posted November 17, 2013 on
TUCSON – Washington State’s 24-17 triumph over Arizona on Saturday afternoon had a special feel to it, and that did not escape the Cougar players in the immediate aftermath of a tense, back-and-forth contest that was not decided until the final play.
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If Washington State can't beat Arizona, it won't be for lack of time to prepare.
When the Cougars take the field in Tucson on Saturday, they will be playing for the first time in 17 days.
Arizona (6-3, 3-3 Pac-12) is coming off a tough home loss to UCLA last Saturday night, and the Wildcats were eager for another game.
Washington State (4-5, 2-4) has lost three in a row...
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona senior defensive lineman Tevin Hood has all but one quarterback sack this season. Of course, he'd like another.
In its entirety, the defensive line has just 4.5 total on the season, and the team has 14 overall. That's just under two a game. Defensive back Tra'Mayne Bondurant is the team leader with two.
Not a lot of sack attacks going on this...
Arizona had a disappointing game in all facets on Saturday when it lost to Washington State 24-17. Read on for a complete recap of the loss.
Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez met with the media after Saturday's loss to Washington State. View the video for his reasons for the loss, overall thoughts on the game, and more.
WAY BACK ON November 11, 1990 Washington State alums Rueben Mayes and Steve Broussard both ran for NFL touchdowns. It was the last time a pair of Cougar running backs scored on the same day in the big leagues. Until Sunday, that is.
Arizona lost a close one to Washington State on Saturday afternoon. Read on to find out how the Wildcats did, including how many yards Ka'Deem Carey ran for and more.
TUCSON -- There was no shortage of heroes in Washington State's entertaining victory over Arizona in the desert Saturday, and we captured a sampling of the colorful action in this 14-shot photo essay.
Don't stop believing. That is the message that Washington State appeared to be conveying after rallying from trailing most of the game to beat Arizona 24-17 and keep their bowl hopes alive. Despite getting off to a strong start, the Cougars were rattled by 14 unanswered points by the Wildcats. But after more than two weeks off, they found the desire to dig deep and win.
Arizona is set to take on Washington State on Saturday. Read on to see who WildcatAuthority.com thinks will come out on top.
DESPITE A mountain of adversity, Washington State verbal commit Keith Harrington was a shining light this season for his woeful Northeast High team in St. Petersburg, Fla. His work on the field was only part of the story, however. His buoyant attitude was the rest.