Washington State (7-6)

    Jim McElwain showered in Frosted Flakes after victory

    Central Michigan players celebrate their Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl victory by dumping a pile of Frosted Flakes on coach Jim McElwain.

    WST 21, CMC 24

    Wilson pulls down 15-yard TD under pressure

    Joel Wilson hauls in a 15-yard touchdown pass from Daniel Richardson to extend Central Michigan's lead vs. Washington State.

    WST 21, CMC 24

    Sun Bowl: Washington State Cougars vs. Central Michigan Chippewas | Full Game Highlights

    Sun Bowl: Washington State Cougars vs. Central Michigan Chippewas | Full Game Highlights The Central Michigan Chippewas defeated the Washington State Cougars, 24-21, in the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl. Daniel Richardson threw for 208 YDS & 1 TD, while Lew Nichols III rushed for 137 YDS & 1 TD in the Chippewas victory.

    WST 21, CMC 24

    Nichols does all the leg work for Central Michigan's first TD

    Lew Nichols III impresses with a great run but is brought down at the 1-yard line. On the very next play, he reaches pay dirt for a Central Michigan score.

    WST 21, CMC 24

    Breaking: Sun Bowl Finds Replacement Team for Miami

    As COVID-19 outbreaks force teams to drop out of bowl game commitments, the Sun Bowl is now on with a new team to replace the Hurricanes.View the original article to see embedded media.After COVID-19 forced a shuffling of the deck among college football’s bowl games, the Sun Bowl is now back on following Miami’s withdrawal.Central Michigan, which was originally slated to face Boise State in the Arizona Bowl on New Year’s Eve, will now head to El Paso to take on Washington State in the Sun Bowl, per Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger.

    Sources: Boise State’s COVID-19 Issues Could Send Central Michigan to Sun Bowl vs. Washington State

    Washington State is looking for a new opponent after Miami’s COVID-19 issues knocked them out of the Sun Bowl.View the original article to see embedded media.As COVID-19 continues to impact the bowl season, issues within the Boise State football program could change the fate of multiple games.On Monday afternoon, Dave Portnoy, president of Arizona Bowl sponsor Barstool Sports, confirmed that Boise State football has withdrawn from the game, leaving Central Michigan football without an opponent. Earlier in the day, Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger reported that Boise State is “working to determine if it has enough players to play Central Michigan in the Arizona Bowl.” The game, played at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, is scheduled for Friday.CMU arrived in Tucson on Sunday and are ready to play, per Dellenger.

    Washington State QB plants Cougars flag on Washington's field after win

    Washington State's Jayden de Laura plants the Cougars flag in the middle of Husky Stadium after the Apple Cup win.

    WST 40, WAS 13

    Max Borghi breaks multiple tackles to set Cougars' all-time TD record

    Max Borghi sets the all-time Washington State touchdown record with this 32-yard rush in the first quarter.

    WST 40, WAS 13

    Virginia Tech Becomes Ninth College Football Head Coaching Job to Open

    Twelve college football head coaches have been fired, with three of those jobs already filled.On Tuesday morning, Virginia Tech announced its decision to fire head coach Justin Fuente.

    Washington State Cougars vs. Oregon Ducks: Full Highlights

    Washington State Cougars vs. Oregon Ducks: Full Highlights

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Byron Cardwell breaks through again for another rushing TD

    Byron Cardwell scores another rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter as he bursts through the defense and travels 22 yards into the end zone.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Byron Cardwell slips through the defense for 27-yard TD

    Byron Cardwell takes the handoff and shoots straight through the Washington State defense to score a 27-yard touchdown for Oregon.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Jayden de Laura rushes in for Washington State TD

    Jayden de Laura keeps the snap and scrambles his way into the end zone to score a 1-yard touchdown for Washington State.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Anthony Brown dives for the pylon for Oregon TD

    Anthony Brown evades defenders and dives for the pylon to score a 17-yard touchdown for Oregon to extend their lead to 24-14.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    De'zhaun Stribling hauls it in for 14-yard receiving TD

    De'zhaun Stribling hauls it in for 14-yard receiving TD

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Travis Dye scores wide-open TD for Oregon

    Travis Dye makes the easy grab on the pass from Anthony Brown to score an 11-yard Oregon touchdown.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Ducks strike 1st on Dye's TD run

    Travis Dye runs in the 1-yard score and the Ducks go up 7-0.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    Washington State's de Laura loses ball at goal line for touchback

    Washington State quarterback Jayden de Laura almost scores a touchdown, but the ball is knocked loose and goes through the end zone for a fumble.

    WST 24, ORE 38

    What's Driving All the Midseason Firings in College Football?

    Five FBS coaches have been canned before November, the same total in the last four years combined.

    Nick Rolovich to Pursue Legal Action Over Washington State Firing

    Former Washington State head coach Nick Rolovich will pursue legal action against the university after he was fired for violating the state's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.View the original article to see embedded media.Former Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich will pursue legal action against the university after he was fired on Monday for violating the state's COVID-19 mandate. After Washington governor Jay Inslee announced the state mandate in August, state employees had until Oct.

    Forde-Yard Dash: Washington State's Coaching Staff Can Blame Only Themselves

    Nick Rolovich and four Cougars' assistants were fired on Monday for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine, jeopardizing the season for those who remain.Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football, where LSU won the game against Florida but badly lost the Hail Mary—like literally seemed unable to find it:MORE DASH: SEC Debacles | LSU or USC Job? | Embrace CFB ChangeFOURTH QUARTER: THE ANTI-VAX COACHING STAFF THAT BLEW UP ITS OWN TEAMNick Rolovich (31) got himself fired Monday, and four of his Washington State (32) assistants went down with him.

    Washington State's College, Pro Teams to Require Fans Show Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination or Negative Test

    Washington and Washington State announced the decision in conjunction with the professional sports teams on Tuesday.University of Washington and Washington State will require fans 12 years of age and older to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of games and athletic events.WSU and UW announced the mandate on Tuesday, joining the professional teams such as the Seahawks, Sounders and Kraken, in implementing a vaccination requirement to attend home games. The Seahawks will begin enforcing their vaccine mandate on Sept.

    WSU Head Coach Nick Rolovich Says He Intends to Follow Vaccine Mandate

    Rolovich previously said he was not going to get the vaccine. On Thursday, he said he plans to follow the mandate made by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.

    Another late flop overshadows Washington State's season

    A nine-win season at Washington State was a monumental accomplishment worthy of celebration because success had been so fleeting for the Cougars.

    Kenny Hill, TCU rally to beat Stanford in Alamo Bowl

    Kenny Hill passed for two touchdowns, ran for another and even caught one as No.

    AP Top 25 Heat Check: Highs and lows of ranking 2-loss teams

    At its best, Ohio State has looked about as good as any team in the country. The Buckeyes' bad days, though, have been very bad.



    This Sept. 23, 2017 photo shows Nevada defensive back Dameon Baber (5) standing on the field during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Washington State in Pullman, Wash. It was a day of happy returns for Baber. The junior safety scored three touchdowns on runbacks, taking two of his three interceptions and a blocked punt to the end zone against San Jose State on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Western Michigan’s Darius Phillips returned an interception 43 yards for a touchdown against Kent State for the fifth pick-six of his career. That’s tied for most in Bowl Subdivision history. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)