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Sun, Sep 21 05:53 PM
The second-ranked Ducks were flying high after a nonconference victory over then-No. 7 Michigan State earlier this season, but Washington State and the start of Pac-12 play brought Oregon back to reality. The Cougars and their Air Raid offense under coach Mike Leach pressured the Ducks (4-0, 1-0) throughout, and pulled even at 31 in the final quarter. ''We faced a ton of adversity, some self-inflicted, some not,'' Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
Sun, Sep 21 01:18 PM
Breaking down the ballots for the AP Top 25 and wrapping up college football's fourth weekend. --- SURVIVE AND ADVANCE Now that college football has a bracket - albeit a very small one for the four-team playoff - the mantra of the NCAA basketball tournament is seeping its way into fall Saturdays: Survive and advance. It's not quite that simple, but it was certainly an appropriate way to look at what No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Oregon did Saturday night. The top seven teams in the latest Associated Press college football rankings on Sunday held their spots from last week.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
Sun, Sep 21 01:38 AM
Oregon escaped with a 38-31 win over WSU. Considering where these two programs have just come from, this was consummate moral-victory stuff, but that was clearly a path coach Mike Leach wasn’t going down. No matter how enjoyable it might have been for fans, it was a stinging loss.The Seattle Times: Cougars
Sun, Sep 21 01:36 AM
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota spectacular in leading Ducks to tight victoryThe Seattle Times: Cougars
Sun, Sep 21 12:31 AM
Senior All-American Aaron Nelson defended his cross-country title at the Sundodger Invitational and was joined in the winner’s circle by Husky junior Maddie Meyers on Saturday at Lincoln Park.The Seattle Times: Cougars
Sun, Sep 21 12:11 AM
Oregon coach Mark Helfrich had one word to describe Marcus Mariota's play against Washington State: ''Ridiculous.'' Mariota threw for 329 yards and five touchdowns to stay in contention for the Heisman Trophy and help Oregon hold off Washington State 38-31 Saturday night in a matchup of two of the top offenses in the nation. ''The guy is special.'' Devon Allen and Keanon Lowe each had two touchdown receptions for Oregon (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12). ''A road win in this conference is hard,'' Helfrich said after the Ducks rallied to beat Washington State for the eighth consecutive time.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
Sat, Sep 20 10:01 PM
Cougars facing the man who might be the top quarterback taken in the draftThe Seattle Times: Cougars
Sat, Sep 20 11:43 AM
Oregon defensive back Ifo Ekpre-Olomu says playing against pass-happy Washington State is not a hardship but an opportunity. Actually, just 60 passes would be a relatively modest total for Washington State, which boasts the nation's top passing offense heading into Saturday's Pac-12 opener against the second-ranked Ducks in Pullman, Washington. Last year, Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday threw the ball an NCAA-record 89 times as Oregon beat the Cougars 62-38 in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon (3-0) has won seven straight games against Washington State (1-2), which opened the season with losses to Rutgers and Nevada, games the Cougars were expected to win.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
Fri, Sep 19 08:16 PM
A look at Saturday’s matchupThe Seattle Times: Cougars
Thu, Sep 18 06:10 PM
Things to watch in Week 3 of Pac-12 play, including the first big test for two teams: GAME OF THE WEEK: California (2-0) at Arizona (3-0). The Bears are off to a roaring start, already doubling their win total from last season. The Wildcats have had a few hiccups, yet finished the non-conference season undefeated under coach Rich Rodriguez again. Improving upon a 1-11 season a year ago wasn't asking much, but the Bears are definitely playing better in their second season under Sonny Dykes.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
Thu, Sep 18 02:03 AM
A look at things to watch in the Southeastern Conference during Week 4 of the season:Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington St. Cougars News
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