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Washington State Cougars (3-9)

Sat. 11/8 Sat. 11/22 Sat. 11/29
@ OreSt
W 39-32
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@ AriSt
L 31-52
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vs. Wash
L 13-31
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Washington State closes out disappointing season

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) One of the lowest points of Washington State's disappointing season also set the stage for one of the bright spots.

Senior quarterback Connor Halliday led an offense that set numerous passing records before he broke his leg in the ninth game of the season, ending his college career. That opened the door for Luke Falk to become the first freshman to start at quarterback for the Cougars in a decade and he made the most of it.

In six total appearances, Falk threw for 1,859 yards, with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions, and he'll return next season as the presumptive starter.

Passing Yards: C. Halliday3873
Passing TDs: C. Halliday32
Rushing Yards: J. Morrow351
Rushing TDs: G. Wicks4
Receiving Yards: V. Mayle1483
Receiving TDs: I. Myers12
Interceptions: C. Coen1
Schedule 2014
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/28 vs. Rutgers L 38 - 41
9/5 at Nevada L 13 - 24
9/13 vs. Portland State W 59 - 21
9/20 vs. 2 Oregon L 31 - 38
9/27 at Utah W 28 - 27
10/4 vs. California L 59 - 60
10/10 at 25 Stanford L 17 - 34
10/25 vs. 15 Arizona L 37 - 59
11/1 vs. USC L 17 - 44
11/8 at Oregon State W 39 - 32
11/22 at 13 Arizona State L 31 - 52
11/29 vs. Washington L 13 - 31
Pacific 12
  Conference Overall
2 Oregon 8-1 12-1
Stanford 5-4 7-5
Washington 4-5 8-5
California 3-6 5-7
Washington State 2-7 3-9
Oregon State 2-7 5-7
  Conference Overall
10 Arizona 7-2 10-3
14 UCLA 6-3 9-3
15 Arizona State 6-3 9-3
24 USC 6-3 8-4
22 Utah 5-4 8-4
Colorado 0-9 2-10
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 6210 (9)
Passing Yards: 5732 (1)
Rushing Yards: 478 (117)
Points per game: 31.8 (46)
Yards per game: 517.5 (6)
Touchdowns: 50 (36)
Field Goals: 11 (85)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5307 (90)
Passing Yards: 3559 (113)
Rushing Yards: 1748 (36)
Points per game: 38.6 (108)
Yards per game: 442.3 (91)
Touchdowns: 51 (100)
Field Goals: 18 (104)
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