Last season, Washington State led the country in passing yards per game at 437, a full 100 more yards per game than Hawaii. If you are worried about big drop off in offense next season, you might find this reassuring.
First let’s start here:
Joe Burrow had more 20+ yard completions than any other top QB in the Draft. pic.twitter.com/1xPdnqVB8M— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) March 9, 2020
Nick Rolovich wanted to dig a little deeper:
And the result:
20+ Yard Completions:— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) March 9, 2020
Cole McDonald - 31
Anthony Gordon - 23 pic.twitter.com/6H5JrnxGiy
That means Anthony Gordon hit a 20+ yarder on 3.3% of his pass attempts. At 6.1%, McDonald nearly doubled the rate at which he connected on an explosive passing play. It will take WSU some time to master the offense, but I for one am here for double the explosive passing plays.
Welcome back to the F*** It, Go Deep era.
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For the third consecutive year, Washington State will hold the No. 11 seed, take on the No. 6 seed and play in the late game on the opening day of the Pac-12 Tournament at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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Jack Smith and Kyle Manzardo each scored three runs on 4-for-5 efforts, and Washington State defeated Niagara 10-4 at Bailey-Brayton Field.
Cougars Cap Series Sweep With 15-2 Sunday Win - Washington State University Athletics
Washington State saw Collin Montez and Kyle Manzardo both homer in a 15-2 victory over Niagara at Bailey-Brayton Field Sunday afternoon. The Cougars (9-6) swept the four-game series with the Purple Eagles (5-8), WSU's first four-game sweep since 2017 and have won seven of their last eight games.