What is it? Washington State (4-4, 3-2 Pac-12) will play its first road game in four weeks – and first contest away from home under interim coach Jake Dickert – when it meets the defensive-minded, run-heavy Arizona State Sun Devils (5-2, 3-1) for a conference matchup.
Washington State played from behind throughout the second half and ultimately could not pull off an unforgettable victory in Jake Dickert's debut as acting head coach of this fractured football program.
In a back-and-forth game, Brigham Young’s rushing attack – Tyler Allgeier ran for 191 yards, including 50 on a clock-killing drive to end it – proved to be too much for the host Cougars, 21-19, Saturday in Pullman.
If WSU's loss winds up costing the Cougs a bowl game, that’s just one more thing for the freedom flamethrowers to blame on Big Government. Or maybe they’ll just see Saturday for the missed opportunity it was.
PULLMAN – Washington State's run-and-shoot offense is already without three of its coaches, and it'll also be missing one of its most valuable players during interim coach Jake Dickert's debut as acting boss.
A former Washington State assistant football coach is following ex-head coach Nick Rolovich’s lead, taking legal action after he was fired by the university for failing to comply with the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.