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It was that kind of night for Washington State. Maybe the best moment of the college football season happened with one (drunk) fan pouring popcorn all over his face in a rain filled game that Stanford pulled out, 55-17. We feel ya, brother.
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At 5-foot-10, 192 pounds, Barry Sanders Jr. is slightly taller and leaner than his famous father. But it is easy to notice the similarities in the two running backs’ playing styles.
The younger Sanders had three carries for 34 yards and a touchdown on Saturday night against Washington State. The Stanford running back’s most impressive play came on a 16-yard reception, though...
Dance and eat like there is no one watching. That is what happened to this possibly inebriated Washington State fan when his team was getting blown out in the rain by Stanford.
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This Washington State fan is my new favorite person on earth. Dude just lounging in the pouring rain with his foam finger, pouring popcorn all over himself. Absolutely no ***** given. My new hero, indeed.
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It appears that Barry Sanders Jr. is a chip off the old block — tonight against Washington State, he showcased some moves and elusiveness that certainly make his father proud. Check out this play where he cuts so quickly that a would-be tackler falls to the ground:
The defender never really had a chance.
Barry J. Sanders is a sophomore running back at Stanford and on Saturday saw the most extensive action of his young career.
He rushed three times for 34 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for 16 yards. Jr. looked like his dad for a second when he turned that 16 yard reception into a thing of old Detroit Lions beauty by making a Wazoo defender almost break his ankle.
The cameras caught this fan at the Stanford-Washington State game this weekend. With his feet kicked up and his head tilted back, he went all out to...
PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars have played with a certain amount of swagger all season, and they insist that nothing will change in that regard despite Saturday’s lopsided loss to Stanford.
WASHINGTON STATE COACH Mike Leach does not discuss injuries, but he strongly indicated which quarterback would start at 1 p.m. Saturday at California. Leach also shared his thoughts on the Golden Bears and reflected on Saturday’s 55-17 loss against No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field during his Monday afternoon teleconference.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Future Washington State quarterback Peyton Bender used a scalpel to slash between the hash marks and throw a school record five passing scores Friday as Cardinal Gibbons beat Northeast 49-18. The surfer-haired-slinger connected with Louisville commit George Rushing for 115 yards and three scores en route to a 21 of 31 performance, with 273 yards and just one interception.
SPOKANE – Another blowout loss in the annual Seattle “home” game left many Washington State football fans steaming, even if they were soaked to the bone during Saturday’s 55-17 loss to No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field. WSU athletic director Bill Moos has been a strong supporter of the Seattle games, but Monday on his weekly radio show he left the door open to keeping all...
SEATTLE – Washington State’s annual game at CenturyLink Field seems to get uglier each year and this one might have been the worst. The Cougars not only lost 55-17 against Stanford, but junior quarterback Connor Halliday exited with an injury in the second half. And the defense looked nothing like the unit that shut down then-No. 25 USC or shut out Idaho.
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