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Two-minute drill: Cougs scorched by Devils

GABE MARKS

THERE ARE MANY haunting words that could be applied to Washington State's 55-21 loss against Arizona State on Halloween at Martin Stadium. But the scariest had to do with the Cougars' bowl aspirations . After being dominated in nearly every aspect of the game, WSU (4-5 overall, 2-4 Pac-12) must win two of their final three regular season games to be eligible for postseason play.

TURNING POINT: With WSU trailing 14-0, sophomore wide receiver Gabe Marks fumbled an 18-yard reception, which was recovered by ASU's Robert Nelson at the Cougars' 39. That turnover translated into an 11-yard touchdown pass from Taylor Kelly to Jaelen Strong. An honorable mention to go to with that play occurred when senior defensive back Anthony Carpenter forced running back Deantre Lewis into a...

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