WASHINGTON STATE'S Air Raid offense was unleashed Friday against UNLV after being mostly absent the…
WSU looks good -- in flashes
Sophomore Connor Halliday, who completed 26 of 45 passes for 378 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions, started in place of senior Jeff Tuel (right knee) and showed some of the big-play potential he displayed in limited playing time – along with some inconsistencies. Halliday ruined a promising drive that was buoyed by a pair of personal-foul penalties against the Rebels (0-3) before he was intercepted by John Lotulelei. But only a rare drop by Marquess Wilson prevented Halliday, who said during a postgame radio interview that he expected to start in Tuel's place in the direct aftermath of Saturday's win against EWU, from potentially throwing five first-half touchdowns. Halliday is not sure whether the performance is good enough to keep the starting job. "We'll see," he said. "I need to play better in the fourth quarter when we have a shot to get out of here with a win." If the defensive performance is any indication, those are plays the Cougars (2-1) are going to need to...
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