SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday says he broke his leg against Southern California, not his ankle as was widely reported.
Halliday, the nation's passing leader, said Thursday that he broke his tibia and fibula when a USC player fell on his leg early in the Nov. 1 game. He says the break was closer to his ankle than his knee.
Coach Mike Leach had told...
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November 20, 2014
While this past weekend featured many fun college football games, it was also very tough at times due to injuries to some of the sport’s top players. Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday doesn’t get as much credit as he may deserve due to his team’s sub-par record, but if he had finished out this season, he had a chance to break a number of FBS passing records. Instead...
With Mike Leach at the helm of the Washington State program, a few things are sure to be certain. The Cougars will be a pass-heavy offensive team...
Washington State does not have the best record in college football, but the Cougars do have the nation's leading passer in Connor Halliday. Earlier this season he set a new single game passing record with 734 yards against Cal (so what if he had to throw it 70 times).However, after the injury he suffered early in Saturday's game against USC it appears that Halliday's...
The Washington State Cougars may have lost to the Stanford Cardinal last night, but Wazzu QB Connor Halliday did his best to keep them in the game. This touchdown pass was simply incredible; nothing like threading the needle. [@cjzero]
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Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday is slowly but surely rewriting the college football record book. The Cougars signal caller threw...
It only seems fitting that a Mike Leach quarterback would break the record for passing yards in a game at the FBS level. His current signal caller at Washington State, Connor Halliday, did just that in one of tonight’s late games, throwing for an amazing 734 yards on 49 for 70 passing. He also threw for six touchdowns in the effort. Amazingly, Washington State lost the game....
Colorado State defensive line coach Greg Lupfer has been suspended without pay for two weeks for using a gay slur when yelling at Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday in the New Mexico Bowl last weekend.
Athletic director Jack Graham also ordered Lupfer to undergo anger management and diversity training at his own expense.
Lupfer issued a statement saying he was grateful...
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December 23, 2013
Connor Halliday had little to show for record-matching performance in the New Mexico Bowl after Washington State's late collapse.
The Cougars fumbled the last two times they had the ball, helping Colorado State to an improbable comeback in a 48-45 victory Saturday.
Halliday threw six touchdown passes to match the NCAA bowl record and had 410 yards, but it wasn't enough.
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December 21, 2013
Defensive line coach Greg Lupfer wasn’t too happy that Washington State took a large early lead on his Colorado State Rams. He also wasn’t that thrilled with Connor Halliday celebrating by the Rams’ bench. Lupfer appears to drop a couple of healthy F-bombs on the Cougars’ quarterback. It also looks like he may have dropped an […]