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Apple Cup 2013 score update: Nolan Washington intercepts Keith Price

The Cougar defense came up with another big play, this time by senior Nolan Washington.

Michael Chang

It continues to be a defensive battle in Seattle and Washington State and Washington remained tied 3-3 in the 2013 Apple Cup.

WSU appeared to have a big first down near midfield, but right tackle John Fullington was flagged for holding, negating the play and setting WSU up with a 3rd-and-20. Connor Halliday was sacked on the ensuing play, giving the ball back to Washington.

Keith Price hit a big pass on the first play of the drive, but ran into trouble two plays later. Price attempted to hit Austin Seferian-Jenkins deep down the sideline, but WSU corner Nolan Washington was there to intercept the pass, giving the ball back to WSU.

WSU is now winning the turnover battle 2-0, but the Cougars have struggled to get much going offensively to capitalize. Washington's defense continues to excel on first and second downs, something WSU will need to change and quickly.