Fresh off a road comeback win over Utah, Washington State will be looking to slow down the Bear Raid - something that no team has really manged to do so far this year.
Only one starter departs, but the Cougs lose some depth here. Will any of the recruits make an immediate contribution?
Even though we'd probably all rather just forget about the traveshamockery from Saturday, we can't help but take one last look back at the final WSU football game of 2013 and laugh at the absurdity...
The Rams aren't well-known for throwing the ball, but they do it effectively. See how they do what they do, and what WSU will need to do to slow them down.
Each week, we take a look at the various fronts of Washington's upcoming opponent. Today, we examine the defense of the Washington State Cougars.
WSU fans are talking about bowl games, but don't expect to hear much of that talk from the Cougar players and coaches.
In a game that was as dramatic as it was unexpected, the Cougs went into Tucson and beat the Wildcats with a late touchdown and a last-second defensive stand. We put a bow on it with our Monday...