Despite the chaos and confusion of January, Washington State emerged on Wednesday’s national signing day with a class full of talented players, many of whom were coveted by some of college football’s most prestigious programs.
Three times in the final two minutes, Flynn used that move to perfection, scoring big baskets in leading Washington State University to a come-from-behind 79-74 victory Sunday over Washington at Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
Analysis: The Golden Gophers, some would point out, were just a few plays from being in the College Football Playoffs. But the team finished 8-4, did not beat a ranked opponent and missed out on playing the Big Ten’s heavyweights.
The Huskies tied a school record for most points scored in a first quarter, led by four scores at halftime and won, 45-17, to seal their first division championship since the conference expanded to 12 teams in 2011.