IT WAS A MOMENT that would be remembered – for all the wrong reasons. With a little more than 10…
Second-half meltdown derails WSU in San Diego
WSU (2-1) appeared in great shape when senior quarterback Marshall Lobbestael found sophomore wide receiver Marquess Wilson for a 78-yard touchdown pass to give the Cougars a 24-14 lead early in the third quarter. And when WSU held the Aztecs (3-0) to a three-and-out on the ensuing series, it was easy to envision taking a three-score lead that might have been insurmountable. After all, Wilson, who 236 yards and two touchdowns on six receptions, once again showed he is the most explosive receiver to don crimson and gray since Jason Hill headed to the NFL after scoring 32 touchdowns for the Cougars. That might have been the storyline -- until it all unraveled. On fourth down, sophomore Bennett Bontemps ran into punter Brian Stahovich. First down, Aztecs. "That was unfortunate because I thought we had control of the game at that point," WSU coach Paul Wulff said during a postgame radio interview. "That's something we'll clean up. That will never happen again." At that point, it might...
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