Player of the Game Marshall Lobbestael, the Oak Harbor High product filling in for injured Jeff Tuel, completed 24 of 32 passes ...
Player of the Game
Marshall Lobbestael, the Oak Harbor High product filling in for injured Jeff Tuel, completed 24 of 32 passes — including 18 of 21 in the first half — for 361 yards, with five touchdowns and no interceptions.
Play of the Game
WSU’s redshirt freshman running back, Rickey Galvin, broke over the right side only 2 ½ minutes into the game, found daylight and outraced a couple of Rebels defenders to the end zone for a 48-yard scoring run.
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The Cougars had a 14-0 lead before the Rebels had even run their fourth offensive play.
For the second week in a row, the Cougars defense shut out an opponent in the first half.
WSU: No new injuries reported.
“I feel this is the year. We’re tired of losing. We want to turn this program around and go to a bowl game,” WSU defensive tackle Anthony Laurenzi said.
By the Numbers
158 UNLV’s total offense was lowest allowed by WSU since the Colorado game (125) of 2004.
610 WSU’s total offense was highest since it gained 638 against lower-level Portland State in 2008
1,200 WSU’s total offense after two games
|Sept. 3||Idaho St.||W, 64-21|
|Sept. 10||UNLV||W, 59-7|
|Sept. 17||@SDSU||3:30 p.m.|
|Oct. 22||Oregon St.||TBD|