WSU media day, Oregon version

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Another Tuesday HCA full of press conference videos.

What to know what Darryl Monroe, Damante Horton, Elliott Bosch and Mike Leach think about the Oregon State loss and the upcoming game against Oregon? Well, fortunately for you they all held press conferences on Monday.

Leach

Horton

Bosch

Monroe

Football:

Quick look at Week 8 Pac-12 games - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Washington State (4-3, 2-2) at No. 2 Oregon (6-0, 3-0), 10 p.m., Fox Sports 1: Oregon leads the series 45-38-7 and has won six in a row over the Cougars, including a 51-26 victory in Seattle last year. The Cougars' last win in the series came in 2006, 34-23 in Pullman over the 16th-ranked Ducks.

Unit Grades: OSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Oct. 14, 2013
Having now watched the Pac-12 Network’s replay of the game (and having attended, of course) I’d like to introduce this new feature to the blog. The hope is that by analyzing individual position groups we can get a better idea of what this WSU team really looks like. What are the team’s strengths, who is getting better and who is mired in a slump?

Opponent Outlook | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Oregon’s key to success: Ducks live off the zone-read play, establish the run and bedevil defenses with quickness and speed in space.

Washington State at Oregon - Spokesman.com - Oct. 15, 2013
The Cougars need to bounce back from their ghastly fourth quarter against Oregon State. While it will be tough to show improvement against a team that will likely play for a national championship, if the Cougars can keep it respectable in the first half then that will be an accomplishment in and of itself.

Ducks now look ahead to Washington State after taking care of business at Washington | Emerald Media
After beating rival Washington 45-24 in their toughest game of the season thus far, the Oregon Ducks are already looking to next week against Washington State.

SPOKANE, Wash.: Washington State looking ahead to Oregon | WSU Cougars | The Bellingham Herald
Washington State players said Monday they can't dwell on an ugly home loss to Oregon State last weekend.

Oregon Ducks rundown: Sneak peek at the Washington State Cougars | OregonLive.com
Washington State has won both its conference games on the road -- at USC (10-7) and at Cal (44-22) -- but it is coming off a 52-24 loss to Oregon State during which they allowed the game’s final 35 points. The Cougars also lost this season to Stanford (55-17) and Auburn (31-24). It added non-conference victories against Southern Utah (48-10) and Idaho (42-0).

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