On this day in 1992
The 1992 Apple Cup remains one of the biggest in series history. Photo source: The Seattle Times
On a snowy day in Pullman, Wash., No. 25 Washington State won the Apple Cup and ended the national title hopes of No. 5 Washington in a 42-23 stunner. Trailing 7-6 at the half, the Cougars ran away from the Huskies in the third quarter behind two touchdown passes from Drew Bledsoe, a touchdown run by running back Shaume Wright-Fair (22 rushes for 193 yards and three scores) and a fumble recovery by guard Konrad Pimiskern in the end zone to take a decisive 35-7 advantage. Washington rallied in the final frame but it wasn’t enough to save a win in the final Pac-10 game of College Football Hall of Fame coach Don James.
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Source: National Football Foundation