After two weeks on the road, Washington State will return home for a matchup against Stanford on November 4th for a week 10 matchup. The Pac-12 announced on Monday that kickoff is scheduled for 6:00 pm and will be televised on Pac-12 Networks.
The Cougs, who have now lost three straight, will head to Tempe, Arizona for a matchup against Arizona State this weekend before returning home. The Sun Devils are coming off of a tough loss to Washington this past weekend while the Cougs finally looked like the team we saw for the first 4 weeks against Oregon this past weekend.
Stanford has been interesting this year as they sit at 2-5 with wins against Hawaii in Week 1 and Colorado, whom they beat in a double overtime comeback two weeks ago. Last week against UCLA, the Cardinal could not handle the Bruins and lost 42-7. Things won’t get much easier for them this weekend as they host #5 Washington.
Quarterback Ashton Daniels has led the Cardinal this year completing 60% of his passes for 1,225 yards, 8 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions. Casey Filkins leads the backfield with 206 rushing yards and 1 touchdown. E.J. Smith is not too far behind him as he has tallied 174 yards and 1 touchdown.
Elic Ayomanor has lead the team in receiving with 591 yards on 36 receptions and is the only receiver with more than 1 touchdown. Ayomanor had a breakout performance in the comeback victory over Colorado a few weeks ago with 294 yards on 13 receptions and 3 touchdowns.
Washington State hits the road for the second straight week, heading to Tempe for a Saturday evening contest at Arizona State. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
Sophomore Jaylen Jenkins has been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules, head coach Jake Dickert said Monday. Jenkins missed WSU’s loss to Oregon on Saturday, suspended for the same violation.
Washington State Cougars Head Coach Jake Dickert held his weekly press conference on Monday and said the Cougs will be defined by the final five games of the season.
Kickoff times & TV selections for week 10 ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/PwcJw0XeGj— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) October 23, 2023
Freshman Alice Johansson shot a 2-under-par, 70, to lead Washington State on the final round at the Jim West Challenge Monday, played at the par-72, 6,132-yard Kissing Tree Golf Club.
Washington State fifth-year senior Pono Yanagi received the honor of Washington Golf 2023 Men’s Player of the Year, the organization announced last week.