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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Cougs lose 30-7

That Cal player looks photoshopped into this picture no?
That Cal player looks photoshopped into this picture no?

I've been sitting here trying to think of a way to sum up yesterday's game. I could probably spend 5000 words on how frustrating that game was, or I could leave it to the WSU postgame notes. The typical "Game Notes" section is a list of all the positive stats or happenings from the game. This week?


•  WSU won the toss and elected to receive

Yup, that about sums it up. You can find the rest of the postgame notes here and the official stats here.

A tale of woe from AT&T Park - SportsLink - - Nov. 5, 2011
You've probably already gone to bed but if you haven't you may want to spend some time reading more on the football game and a couple basketball links. Read on.

Cal rolls past Washington State 30-7 - - Nov. 5, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO – After the announced crowd of 35,506 had left AT&T Park to the seagulls and rain showers, the Washington State Cougars tried to make sense of their disheartening 30-7 loss to California on Saturday afternoon.

WSU notebook: Players try to ignore fans' grumbling - - Nov. 5, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO – It’s hard for the murmurs around Washington State and coach Paul Wulff to not be heard by the Cougars players. But they are trying to ignore it.

Bud Withers | Cougars big no-shows against Cal, and now left to pick up the pieces | Seattle Times Newspaper
SAN FRANCISCO — Here at AT&T Park right now, the game is done and the modest gathering of fans is gone. The wind is whipping steadily off the bay and it's still drizzling, and seagulls are encamped on the field where the Giants play.

Cougars | Cougars' two-minute drill | Seattle Times Newspaper
Player of the Game Isi Sofele had 23 carries for 138 yards, his third 100-yard game of the season, and a 1-yard touchdown. California finished with 288 yards rushing to WSU's 69 and outgained the Cougars in total yards 411-224

Cougars | Player sticks up for coaches | Seattle Times Newspaper
SAN FRANCISCO — By and large, Washington State football players aren't saying a lot when asked about the job future of their coaches. The head man, Paul Wulff, has instructed them to concentrate on preparation.