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How the Cougs fared in Week in Week 10 of the NFL season

Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals
Don’t hurt Russ, Deone!
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It was an uneventful, but restful, weekend for the Cougs in the NFL with only two of the six Cougs in the NFL seeing action in games. That was largely thanks to bye weeks where three former Cougs got a chance to rest.

Deone Bucannon - Arizona Cardinals - Linebacker/Safety

Bucannon recorded seven tackles while playing all 63 defensive snaps for the Cardinals on Thursday. He battled injuries to start the year, but he certainly appears to be 100 percent back.

Xavier Cooper - New York Jets - Defensive Line

Cooper played, but did not record a stat for the Jets.

Joe Dahl - Detroit Lions - Offensive Line

Dahl is on injured reserve for the Lions.

Shalom Luani - Oakland Raiders - Safety

Luani got the week off as the Raiders were on a bye.

Vince Mayle - Baltimore Ravens - Tight End

The Ravens were also on a bye.

Destiny Vaeao - Philadelphia Eagles - Defensive End

The Eagles were too. Maybe Luani, Mayle and Vaeao all hung out this weekend.



Pac-12 Week 11 power rankings: USC Trojans return to No. 1 - Pac-12 Blog- ESPN
2. Washington State (9-2, 6-2): All that stands between the Cougars and their first Pac-12 North title is a trip to Seattle for the Apple Cup on Nov. 25.

Pac-12 football: Washington State is one win away from clinching North title – LA Times
Luke Falk threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns, giving him a Pac-12 record, as No. 19 Washington State defeated Utah 33-25 on Saturday at Salt Lake City.


WSU men rally from 22 points down to beat Texas Southern 86-84 in overtime in season opener | The Spokesman-Review
The improbable and the indomitable careened toward a dramatic finish as Washington State men’s basketball team clawed its way back from a deficit that reached 22 points in the first half to overtake Texas Southern and fend off the Tigers in overtime for an 86-84 season-opening victory.

Women’s Basketball:

Saint Mary's sends WSU women to 0-2 start - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather
MORAGA, Calif. – A big third quarter run proved to be the difference on the day as Washington State (0-2) fell on the road at Saint Mary's (1-1), 81-75, Sunday afternoon at McKeon Pavilion.