WASHINGTON STATE ONLY had to defend 19 passes Saturday against erratic Auburn quarterback Nick…
1st Half: Halliday struggles, Horton shines
But the larger issue came on the Cougars' ensuing possession. After being sacked on second down near midfield, Halliday tried to force a throw as he was being taken down during the following play. Devon Kennard picked up the fumble and returned it to WSU's 22. Six plays later, Kessler scored on a 4-yard run.
Halliday was then intercepted for the second time by Dion Bailey. But Horton made the play of the first half to knot the score after 30 minutes.
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