Filed under: Stream WSU Cougars Football Complete Coverage: WSU vs. Cal WSU vs. Cal: Cougars figure out a way to lose while scoring 59 points Contributors: CougCenter Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: WSU vs. Cal: Cougars figure out a way to lose while scoring 59 points Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Connor Halliday set a FBS record for passing yards, but it wasn't enough, as defensive and special teams breakdowns cost the Cougs a chance to get to .500 on the season. 8 Total Updates Since Oct 4, 2014, 11:42pm PDT Follow this stream October 7, 2014 Monday After: Heartbreaking Cal loss edition By Jeff Nusser@PodvsEveryone In which we examine the final three plays and wonder: Why are fans so obsessed with perfectly optimal game strategy? October 6, 2014 Eric Russell fired as special teams coach By Jeff Nusser@PodvsEveryone When it goes as bad as it's gone for WSU, someone's going to lose a job. We have our first casualty. October 6, 2014 A few notes and stats from WSU-Cal By Brian Floyd@BrianMFloyd This game was the dumbest. October 5, 2014 I think they all went to bed, man By Jeff Nusser@PodvsEveryone October 5, 2014 Halliday tops record, ups pace for other marks By Jeff Nusser and Kirt If you need a reason for a half-hearted smile: In addition to becoming the new record holder for single-game passing yards with 734, Halliday accelerated his pace toward some other notable single-season and career passing records. October 5, 2014 Sleep-deprived thoughts on a record-breaking loss By Craig Powers@TheCraigPowers Connor Halliday was special last night. Don't let the defensive and special teams failures tarnish that. October 5, 2014 HCA: WSU sets records again, loses again By PJ Kendall@Deathby105 All these records for the offense, and WSU is 2-4. October 4, 2014 RECAP: Cougs lose on late missed field goal By Mark Sandritter Connor Halliday set a FBS record for passing yards, but it wasn't enough.