Posted December 10, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
AFTER BEING SHUTDOWN the past two weeks, St. Louis receiver Brandon Gibson rebounded with arguably his strongest performance of the season, Sunday. The Washington State great caught six passes for 100 yards—including the game-winning touchdown—in the Rams’ 15-12 defeat of Buffalo.
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