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Washington State vs California Live

Date: October 13, 2017
Start Time: 10:30 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ESPN
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Washington State Cougars vs. California Golden Bears, College Football Betting, Picks, Predictions and Week 7 Las Vegas Odds, fans at California Memorial Stadium will treated  a game between Washington State Cougars and the California Golden Bears when they Friday.With tackle Hercules Mata’afa drawing double teams against Oregon, linebackers Frankie Luvu, Hunter Dale and Jahad Woods combined for 26 tackles and two sacks. The Cougars are last in the Pac-12 in rushing due largely to the team’s prolific aerial attack, but Gerard Wicks, James Williams and Jamal Morrow have been a quietly effective trio out of the backfield.

Wilcox said changes could be in store after the Bears recorded just one play longer than 15 allowed eight sacks in the dismal showing against Washington. Junior quarterback Chase Forrest could share playing time Saturday alongside starter Ross Bowers, who was 11-of-18 for 80 yards against the Huskies been sacked 17 times over the last three games, including seven times last week. While the Bears’  disarray, the defense continues to show steady improvement with linebacker Devante Downs (Pac-12-high 60 tackles) leading the way. Quarterback Luke Falk has thrown for 19 touchdowns with just two interceptions for Washington State, which played its first road game last Saturday and held Oregon almost 40 points under its season average in a 33-10 win over the Ducks.

Known for their Air Raid offense, the Cougars have been just as impressive on defense, ranking sixth in the nation in passing defense (allowing 146.3 yards per game), tied for seventh in sacks (3.5 per game) and eighth in passing efficiency defense (99.97). The numbers don’t bode well for a Cal team that has been outscored by an average of 20.7 points in losses to USC, Oregon and Washington. “We just, across the board, have got to be better,” first-year coach Justin Wilcox told reporters. “It’s hard right now. We’re sitting at 3-3, we’ve lost three in a row, we haven’t played well enough. We’ve got to be better.

 

 

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