And with that, we've got a game on our hands at CenturyLink Field. After the Washington State offense struggled, leading to 14 Washington points, the Cougars finally came alive, driving the length of the field for a touchdown. The score cuts the Huskies lead to seven, 14-7, after it seemed like Washington was ready to run away with things.
Marshall Lobbestael found Jared Karstetter with a pass that was nearly intercepted, one play after a scramble into the end zone was wiped out by penalty. Karstetter flashed open over the middle, and in the end zone, and Lobbestael found him, albeit with a bit of luck.
After a quarter with little offense, WSU seemed to find a rhythm on its last drive as Lobbestael, perhaps, shook a bit of early rust. Whatever the case, the Cougars are back in the game, at least for the moment.