Washington State will come out of the Martin Stadium tunnel on Saturday set out for redemption. Two weeks ago the Cougars opened the season with a disappointing loss to Portland State. Now after a thrilling win at Rutgers, the Cougars have a chance to get their first win this season in Pullman and improve to 2-1.
The game against Rutgers showed WSU has some things going for them. The wideouts made plays, the defense forced three turnovers, and Luke Falk was brilliant down the stretch. The road win also showed that WSU has some areas to work on like special teams... but let's just pray that kick and punt coverages are not an issue today.
Now with a win in their back pocket hopefully the Cougars can finish out their non-conference slate the right way. By getting off to a fast start, taking care of the football, and getting the first win on their home turf in over a year.
Cougars have chance for a home win against Wyoming - Spokesman.com - Sept. 19, 2015
PULLMAN – Let’s try that one again, shall we? Washington State lost an opportunity against an easy opponent to win a game in front of its home crowd a couple of weeks ago, meaning it has now been more than a year since Cougars fans last saw a win in Martin Stadium.
WSU faces Wyoming at home looking to build on dramatic road win | The Seattle Times
Last week, Luke Falk’s late-game steadiness helped Washington State sneak by Rutgers to clinch its first road win of the season. This week, Falk and the Cougars are hoping that wave of confidence will help them to their first home win since Sept. 13, 2014.
College football: Wyoming ground game vs Washington State's passing | The Salt Lake Tribune
Spokane, Wash. • Which Washington State football team will show up against Wyoming on Saturday: The plodding squad that lost to Portland State of the FCS in the season opener or the one that rallied ...
Volleyball Grabs Ninth Straight Win - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Haley MacDonald, ranked 9th-best server in nation, added three aces Friday afternoon in WSU's 3-0 win over NWS.
Cougars Down Zags for Best Start in School History - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU defeated Gonzaga, 3-0, Thursday, for its seventh straight win.