Cougars Replay | WSU 17, Baylor 15
The good: A dramatic comeback victory by the team that blew three fourth-quarter leads last year. That has to build confidence. The Cougars showed something...
The good: A dramatic comeback victory by the team that blew three fourth-quarter leads last year. That has to build confidence. The Cougars showed something on the 14-play, 81-yard final drive for a winning field goal by Loren Langley.
The bad: The Cougars should have put this one away a lot earlier. Left tackle Bobby Byrd, one of the players WSU can least afford to have injured, sprained his right knee.
Next up: at Stanford, Saturday, 2 p.m.
Offense: Two touchdown passes were dropped and the Cougars rushed for only 51 yards. Nonetheless, they made plays when they had to on the final drive. Grade: B-minus
Defense: Only one touchdown was allowed against a hard-to-contain offense. The Bears had minus-10 yards rushing due to five sacks by the Cougars and only 246 yards overall. Grade: B-plus
Special teams: Langley hit the winning field goal and the punt coverage was good. Punting was mediocre, and a bad punt snap resulted in a safety. Grade: C
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