Tuesday October 7th, 2014

Washington State Cougars vs. Stanford Cardinal

Washington State and Stanford will meet Friday night in Palo Alto, Calif. as Stanford looks to rebound from a loss last week to Notre Dame. The Cougars are 2-4 and also coming off a loss last week. Despite a record-breaking offensive performance, Washington State fell to Cal. 

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Friday's game are below: 

Kickoff: 9 p.m. ET

Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here

TV Coverage: ESPN

Radio: For Washington State radio affiliates, click here. For Stanford radio affiliates, click here

Season Recap


10/04: Notre Dame 17, Stanford 14

Stanford suffered its second loss of the season during Week 6 to Notre Dame. The Cardinal allowed an Everett Golson touchdown pass with one minute to go in the game to allow the Irish to come away with a victory. Kevin Hogan threw for just 158 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Stanford finished with just 270 yards of total offense. 

09/27: Stanford 20, Washington 13

Stanford earned its first Pac-12 victory this season over WashingtonKevin Hogan threw for 178 yards and one touchdown with one interception. Remound Wright was the top performer out of the backfield with 63 yards on 14 carries. The Stanford defense carried the team to victory, limiting Washington's offense to just 179 total yards. 

09/13: Stanford 35, Army 0

The Cardinal defense recorded its second shutout of the season's first three games. Wide receiver Devon Cajuste caught a career-high three touchdowns for Stanford. Running back Barry Sanders ran for a career-high 92 yards on nine carries.

09/06: USC 13, Stanford 10

The loss snapped Stanford's 17-game home winning streak, which was the longest in the country. The Cardinal outgained USC 413-291 but had two turnovers. Kicker Jordan Williamson missed two field goals.

08/30: Stanford 45, UC Davis 0

After offseason shoulder surgery, wide receiver Ty Montgomery returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown and had five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. The defense held UC Davis to just 115 total yards. Quarterback Kevin Hogan averaged 12.8 yards per attempt and had three touchdowns.

Washington State

10/4: Cal 60, Washington State 59

Washington State dropped a heartbreaker in Week 6 to Cal, despite an amazing offensive performance. Connor Halliday threw for a record 734 yards on 70 pass attempts with six touchdowns and no interceptions. Three receivers finished with over 100 yards on the night, led by Vince Mayle, who ended up with 263 yards on 11 catches with a score. Overall, the Cougars' offense racked up 812 total yards. 

09/17: Washington State 28, Utah 27

Down 27-21 with just under five minutes remaining in the final quarter, Connor Halliday found Vince Mayle with an 81-yards touchdown pass to give the Cougars a comeback win. Halliday finished the game with 417 yards and four touchdowns, with Mayle and Dom Williams hauling in two touchdowns apiece. Washington State was down 27-14 in the fourth quarter. 

09/20: Oregon 38, Washington State 31

The Cougars almost pulled off the upset of the Ducks but fell just short. The Cougars tied the game at 31 with about eight minutes to go, but a Marcus Mariota TD pass just a few minutes left ended the upset bid. Connor Halliday finished the game with 436 yards and four scores, as the Washington State offense put 499 total yards on the Oregon defense. 

09/13: Washington State 59, Portland State 21

As expected, the Cougars had an easy time with Portland State. Connor Halliday put up 544 yards passing with six touchdowns, while Isiah Myers had a career receiving day, catching 11 balls for 227 yards three touchdowns. Dom Williams also went over 100 yards receiving, with 112 yards on four catches with two touchdowns. 

09/05: Nevada 24, Washington State 13

Washington State suffered their second straight loss to open the season against the Wolfpack. Connor Halliday had one of his worst outings, throwing two interceptions and just one touchdown pass. The Washington State defense allowed Nevada QB Cody Fajardo to throw for 110 yards and rush for 100 as well. 

Aug. 28: Rutgers 41, Washington State

The Cougars opened up their season with a close loss to the Scarlet Knights at home. Connor Halliday finished with 532 yards with five touchdowns. With almost eight minutes left in the game, Washington State held a 38-34 lead, but a Paul James run with three minutes to go in the game ended the Cougars' hopes. 

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