SATURDAY’S GAME at Martin Stadium will mark the final home contest for 19 Cougar seniors. Or is it 18? One member of the group of 19 that is set to be introduced before the kickoff with Utah is hoping he gets to go through the ceremony all over again next year. The paperwork has been filed with the appealing for another year of eligibility for first-year Cougar receiver Vince Mayle.
Not quite swinging their sword, but the Cougars are making progress. They come to Autzen 4-3, with a 10-7 win over a disorganized USC squad in the Coliseum, and that came in week two after they'd played even-up with Auburn of the mighty SEC before losing 31-24.
The Cougs enjoyed blowout wins at home against Southern Utah and Idaho, got blown out by Stanford 55-17, doubled up...
VINCE MAYLE ISN’T exactly sure how it happened. When the junior wide receiver broke away from several California defenders for a 72-yard touchdown reception from Connor Halliday, he just did what he was trained to do. “I really don’t remember it at all,” he said of the Cougars’ longest scoring pass of the day. “I just got loose – I guess.”
Conner Halliday threw for 521 yards and three touchdowns and Washington State used its highest scoring conference game in 10 years to snap an eight-game skid against California with a 44-22 victory Saturday.
Vince Mayle caught two TD passes and Teondray Caldwell, Jeremiah Laufasa and Marcus Mason also scored touchdowns for the Cougars (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12), who last beat the Golden...
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October 05, 2013