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...
Via AP on Fox
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...
Via AP on Fox
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 […]
We were blessed with some tight games, some close finishes, and a couple of near-upsets last weekend. Of course, last-second heroics like Ohio State’s miraculous back-door cover did nothing to help this particular trio of Tailgaters, but taken all together last Saturday offered tons of excitement.
This week, all three of us managed to at least break even in our predictions. When...
Highlights Idaho vs. WSU
Connor Halliday threw all four of his touchdown passes in the first half as the host Cougars rolled over the neighboring Vandals. Halliday (31-for-43, 346 yards) exceeded 300 yards for the eighth time in his career as Washington State (3-1) won its third straight game.
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...
KENNEWICK -- Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, who came on strong late in the 2011 season before going down with a lacerated liver injury, is progressing nicely in his recovery. WSU's new director of football operations, asked Friday about the sophomore-to-be, shied from going into detail but offered clues to Halliday's outlook for spring ball, which starts March 22.
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday will miss the Apple Cup against rival Washington this weekend because of a lacerated liver suffered in an overtime loss to Utah.
Halliday remained in stable condition in the intensive care unit at Pullman Regional Hospital on Monday.
The redshirt freshman was admitted to the hospital shortly after Saturday's game, complaining of...
Via AP on Fox
November 21, 2011
Washington State redshirt freshman quarterback Connor Halliday made his first career start Saturday versus the Utah Utes, but unfortunately he might have made his last, at least for this season. During Wazzu’s thrilling but heartbreaking 30-27 OT loss to Utah, Halliday took several hits to the body throughout the game causing Halliday to suffer a lacerated liver. After the game...
MORE STORIES >>
Yesterday, Washington State suffered a loss at the hands of Utah 30-27 in overtime. Today, however, injury was added to the insult of the loss with the announcement made by Washington State that starting quarterback Connor Halliday suffered a lacerated liver during the game.
Halliday was taken to Pullman Regional Hospital for observation and imaging following the defeat, after receiving...