Washington State Vs. Eastern Washington: 1st Quarter Score Update, Recap

The Washington State Cougars couldn't score a touchdown in their season-opening loss to BYU, but they already have two against the Eastern Washington Eagles on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars lead 14-7 after one quarter of play in Mike Leach's debut in newly-remodeled Martin Stadium.

Wazzu jumped on top with 5:42 left in the first when Jeff Tuel connected with Isiah Myers on a 2-yard touchdown pass.

The WSU defense has struggled against the EWU offense, which features three preseason FCS All-American wide receivers. The Eagles answered right back with a 93-yard touchdown pass from SMU-transfer Kyle Padron to Brandon Kaufman.

The Cougs came back with a touchdown to take the lead on a 10-yard Carl Winston touchdown run late in the first quarter. Eastern answered again, and is driving into Washington State territory as the second quarter begins.

For more on Wazzu football, visit Washington State blog Coug Center, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes.

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