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We covered most of the game last night and Jeff will be along later with some thoughts 24 hours later, so let's get right to the links.

Upon Further Review - WSU @ SMU Video Highlights
Sean has some game thoughts and a highlight video that's a must watch.

WSU's loss at SMU, the day after - SportsLink - - Sept. 19, 2010
"We didn't convert some opportunities," Wulff said, pointing to a third-and-7 screen pass to James Montgomery early in the fourth quarter. "We just misconnected. We thought that thing could have been to the house."

WSU Post-Game: Tonight We Saw...
Our offensive weapons are better than what we've had in years. Tonight we saw Chapter II in the Marquess Wilson highlight show. We saw how dangerous Karstetter can be at times because of his size and strength. We saw solid possession receiving from Solomon, Barton, and Simone.

Improved Cougs come up short again in Texas | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
The beer-bellied Southern Methodist fan, his bald head perspiring in temperatures that would soon top 90 degrees, announced to everyone within earshot that a blowout victory over Washington State was all but certain.

Cougars can’t hide their phenom | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
After three games, Wilson leads the Cougars with 13 catches and 282 receiving yards. He's tied with Jared Karstetter, who scored WSU's first touchdown Saturday, for the team lead with two TD catches.

Mustangs' success isn't reflected in the stands | SMU Mustangs News | Sports News | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News
SMU's victory over Washington State broke a 17-game, 10-year losing streak against schools in conferences that own automatic bids to the BCS bowls. It was also the Mustangs' seventh win in their last eight games.

Cougars | Freshman receiver Wilson making an impact for Cougars | WSU notebook | Seattle Times Newspaper
"It's hot, humid," Kooyman said. "It's definitely not like Pullman. I would say the second half, it caught up with me a little bit." "We were a little sluggish," WSU coach Paul Wulff said, "but I can't say they weren't either." Spotty protection for Tuel spells Cougar loss
ON ONE OF the rare occasions where the line provided good protection, Tuel showed his potential by finding true freshman wide receiver Marquess Wilson for a 68-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. Wilson had six receptions for 134 yards, while Tuel completed 18 of 33 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns.

That's it for now. Be back with more later.