Washington State wide receiver Dom Williams (80) catches the football for a touchdown during the second half Saturday against Oregon. The Ducks, who visit Washington on Saturday, rank 93rd nationally in yards per play allowed, and 116th in scoring defense (38.7 points per game). Meanwhile, the Cougars play host to Oregon State on Saturday.
Washington State wide receiver Dom Williams (80) catches the football for a touchdown during the second half Saturday against Oregon. The Ducks, who visit Washington on Saturday, rank 93rd nationally in yards per play allowed, and 116th in scoring defense (38.7 points per game). Meanwhile, the Cougars play host to Oregon State on Saturday. Ryan Kang The Associated Press
Washington State wide receiver Dom Williams (80) catches the football for a touchdown during the second half Saturday against Oregon. The Ducks, who visit Washington on Saturday, rank 93rd nationally in yards per play allowed, and 116th in scoring defense (38.7 points per game). Meanwhile, the Cougars play host to Oregon State on Saturday. Ryan Kang The Associated Press

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