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It may not be Sunday, but Max Borghi should be playing meaningful football for Washington State in the near future.
They won’t have the support of 10,000 fans or the Golden State Warriors backcourt this time, so the Washington State Cougars will have to create other advantages against Oregon State as they open Pac-12 Conference play Wednesday night at Beasley Coliseum.
With all the adversity 2020 has offered, it still feels as though Washington State and USC have a mountain to climb before they can play a football game this Sunday.
What is it? Washington State (1-1) visits USC (3-0) in a rare Sunday night Pac-12 cross-division matchup.
Washington State’s upcoming game at USC has been pushed back two days in order to give Trojans players more time to come out of isolation or quarantine after entering COVID-19 protocol within the past two weeks.
In a normal year, Washington State's football team, having just finished the Apple Cup, waiting on the results of the Pac-12 Championship game and awaiting a bowl destination, would be in a holding pattern right now.
Washington State held football practice Wednesday afternoon.
Unfortunately, we don't have all the normal Apple Cup content to feed you in 2020, but there's still plenty of Washington State football developments to feast on as the Cougars wait for the next game on the schedule, Dec. 4 at USC.
Four days after he was drafted in the second round by the Portland Trail Blazers, Washington State forward CJ Elleby received more affirmation his decision to leave school early was the correct one.
From the reunions to the tailgates to the stadium sounds, much of what fans in the state of Washington cherish about the college football experience has already been put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since suffering a back injury during preseason camp, neither Washington State running back Max Borghi, nor anyone within the Cougars’ football program, has offered any hints regarding the junior’s status moving forward.
Two weeks ago, Washington State coach Nick Rolovich was still reveling in his first victory as a Pac-12 football coach when he stepped up to the virtual Zoom podium at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, approximately 20 minutes after the Cougars' 38-28 win over Oregon State.
One day after it was learned starting quarterback Jayden de Laura had come down with COVID-19, Washington State's game against Stanford was canceled and declared a no-contest due to the Cougars falling below the 53-man scholarship requirement, the Pac-12 Conference confirmed in a statement Friday afternoon.
The offseason came with mixed results for Kyle Smith.
The Pac-12 expected to get six, maybe even a record-tying seven teams, into last season's NCAA Tournament.
Every year, there are tens of thousands of undergraduate students who attend Washington State University without the financial relief of a full-ride football scholarship.
Washington State starting quarterback Jayden de Laura has tested positive for COVID-19 and won't play for the team in Saturday's game against Stanford, The Spokesman-Review has learned through multiple sources.
CJ Elleby’s decision to pursue a career in professional basketball, rather than return to school for his junior season, paid off for the Washington State forward Wednesday night. In a rather fortuitous way, too.
Max Borghi hasn’t played a snap for Washington State this season and he’s the main topic of this week’s mailbag.
Nick Rolovich and Washington State will apparently have to wait longer to sign their next player from City College of San Francisco.