James Snook-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
While the accomplishment may have gone somewhat overlooked because of the surrounding circumstances, Connor Halliday finished Saturday's game with 401 passing yards. It was just the 14th 400-yard game in WSU history and the second of Halliday's career.
Instead of random guessing like usual MMTQs, today's has to be a little more precise. Below is a list of 400-yard passing games in WSU history. Halliday and his two are included, but whoever can correctly fill out the rest of the blanks will take home 30 points.
Career 400-yard games -- Player
2 -- Connor Halliday
Whoever guesses it first will take over as the CCMMTC leader.
1. Blackie1829 - 20
2. RochestieForThree - 15
T3. Bearcat44 - 10
T3. HitKing69 - 10
T3. Klokkins - 10
T3. Shellin - 10
T3. Spokanistan - 10
T3. Coug999 - 10
T9. JVanWSU - 5
T9. newportcoug - 5
Spitz returns, Halliday "probably" will start again - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 23, 2012
Washington State held its usual short Sunday night practice, but that didn't mean there wasn't news. Read on.
WSU Cougars get Buffaloed | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
PULLMAN – When Bill Moos returned to his alma mater two years ago to take over as athletic director, he stressed how much he loathed the phrase "Cougin’ it." To Moos’ chagrin, Saturday afternoon’s homecoming football game at Washington State was a classic example of "Cougin’ it."
This is how not to wave the flag - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 23, 2012
Sometime in the fourth quarter Saturday at Martin Stadium, public address announcer Glenn Johnson asked what was left of the crowd of 31,668 to grab the WSU flags left on their seat for homecoming and wave them. It was an impressive sight as the little flags fluttered and waved to the music. There was only one problem. The flags were white. And the football team took it as a cue to surrender. Read on.
PULLMAN – It doesn’t get any easier from here. Washington State’s most lamentable issues the past three weeks have involved attitude, complacency and an inability to blow opponents away when the opportunity is presented.
In possibly the biggest mismatch of the season in the Pacific-12 Conference the No. 2Oregon Ducks face the 2-2, 0-1 Washington State Cougars who were surprised 35-34 by 1-3, 1-0 Colorado during Week 4.
PULLMAN – If Washington State football players were as fired up during Saturday’s game as their coach was during his postgame press conference, chances are the Cougars would not be trying to explain their late collapse in a 35-34 loss to lowly Colorado.
PULLMAN – One by one, Washington State players stepped to the lecturn, stared into a sea of television cameras and tape recorders and tried to explain what it feels like to blow a 17-point lead in the final quarter.
PULLMAN, Wash. - During the week leading up to Colorado's visit to Washington State, there was a good deal of dialogue about whether a certain football team could win a game this season.
Cougar Soccer Falters in Second Half and Falls to Santa Clara - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SANTA CLARA, Calif - Washington State women's soccer allowed three goals in the second period which sealed their 3-0 defeat against No. 23 Santa Clara, Sunday.