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2020 Schedule
6-7, 5th in Pac 12 - North
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30dBill Connelly

College football's 100 best games of 2019: 60-41

In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.

Luginbill likes Washington State hiring Rolovich (0:28)
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42dKyle Bonagura

Ahoy, SEC: Miss. St. pirates Leach from Wazzu

Mike Leach, who has guided Washington State to a school-record 43 wins and five bowl games over the past five seasons, has left the Cougars to become head coach at Mississippi State.

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Air Force tops Washington State 31-21 at Cheez-It Bowl

Kadin Remsberg ran for 178 yards and stretched to the pylon for a 3-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter, lifting No. 24 Air Force to a 31-21 victory over Washington State in the Cheez-It Bowl on Friday night.

Gordon connects with Arconado for Cougars' TD (0:24)
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Coach Leach gives classic response in halftime interview (0:40)
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Gordon zings 4th-down TD for Washington State TD (0:38)
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McShay ready to see Gordon in Cheez-it Bowl (0:47)
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The best sound of the season from college football's coaches (2:00)
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No playoff 'harmful' to Pac-12, commish says

A Pac-12 team has made the College Football Playoff just twice in six seasons and none of the past three, a situation that commissioner Larry Scott referred to as "painful."

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77dAdam Rittenberg

Washington State extends Leach through 2024

Washington State coach Mike Leach has agreed in principle to a one-year contract extension through the 2024 season, the school announced Thursday.

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86dMark Schlabach and Dave Wilson

The Hater's Guide to Rivalry Week

From the Apple Cup to Bedlam to the Iron Bowl: what to know about every grudge match, how to watch them, and why this year's matchup matters.

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Apple Cup stays with Washington after 31-13 win over Wazzu

Jacob Eason threw for 244 yards and one touchdown and ran for another, Richard Newton added a pair of short touchdown runs, and Washington kept possession of the Apple Cup for a seventh straight season after a 31-13 win over Washington State on Friday.

Team Stats

Passing Yards437.21st
Rushing Yards68.1129th
Points For37.6114th
Points Against31.4

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