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Will Rodgers III took questions after Washington State’s 58-7 victory Saturday over New Mexico State and lamented that the defense hadn’t fully done its part. As in, the defense hadn’t posted a shutout.
The Pac-12 handed its first Offensive Player of the Week award of the 2019 season to a Washington State quarterback, while the league’s first-ever Offensive Lineman of the Week honor went to the Cougars’ starting left tackle.
Anthony Gordon’s stuffed the stat sheet in his debut as Washington State’s starting quarterback and is already reaping the benefits of his 420-yard, five-touchdown performance against New Mexico State.
There was plenty of hype and hoopla around Washington State’s wide receiving corps this offseason. Sophomore running back Max Borghi drew an expected amount of preseason praise. The offensive line, most believed, could be superb once again despite losing an All-American left tackle.
All in all, it’s pretty good being Washington State these days, and not just because the scoreboard read 58-7 in the Cougars’ favor on Saturday night.
Difference makers from Washington State’s 58-7 win over New Mexico State at Martin Stadium in Pullman
Anthony Gordon’s performance, strong second-half defense and getting Max Borghi the football stood out in the Cougars’ win over the Aggies
Running back Max Borghi began his sophomore season on Saturday by doing something rather rare in the Air Raid era of the Washington State football program: He ran for more than 100 yards.
Gordon also started the game 15-of-15 passing before Brandon Arconado dropped a pass in traffic late in the second quarter for Gordon’s first incompletion of the game.
Two Spokane-area Cougars players made their first career starts on Saturday against New Mexico State, and it didn’t take long for one of them to make a splash at Martin Stadium.
Why Washington State will beat New Mexico State Saturday night at Martin Stadium.
Saturday night, Anthony Gordon provided an answer to the only question that remained about the Cougars’ offense.
Anthony Gordon finishes with 420 yards passing and five touchdowns in his first career start to guide No. 23 Washington State to a dominating 58-7 win over New Mexico State on Saturday. The Cougars had 10 different receivers catch a pass; Dezmon Patton had 103 receiving yards and a touchdown. WSU improves to 14-1 over its last 15 home games. – Pac-12 Networks
The Cougars are 31 1/2-point favorites against the Aggies and the betting line probably won’t drop when they host Northern Colorado of the FCS Big Sky Conference a week from now. Perhaps that’s why Leach believes he won’t have a true gauge on his team’s identity until after the first “few games.”
The keys to a potential victory for Washington State against New Mexico State Saturday at Martin Stadium.
Chase Holbrook’s tenure at Washington State as an offensive quality control assistant didn’t last longer than 365 days. In other words, plenty of time to cultivate a few classic Mike Leach stories.
Picking Week 1 of the Pac-12 football season with Spokesman-Review Washington State beat writer Theo Lawson.
Washington State released its first depth chart of the season Monday, providing clarity at a number of positions while perhaps adding confusion to others. We try to make sense of it all, with 10 takeaways from the Cougars’ opening week two-deep.
New Mexico State (0-0) travels to Washington State (0-0) to open the 2019 college football season.
WSU coach Mike Leach confirmed Saturday afternoon what most already suspected: Gordon, the City College of San Francisco transfer who spent the past three seasons behind Luke Falk and Gardner Minshew, will get the starting nod when the Cougars host New Mexico State at 7 p.m. next Saturday.