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Washington State redshirt junior WR Easop Winston hauled in six passes for 143 yards with two touchdowns in a 39-36 loss to USC on Friday.

The Trojans weren't going to let Tay Martin beat them, so Winston had one-on-one opportunities against the Cougars, and he took advantage. A 28-yard connection from Gardner Menshew gave Washington State a 17-14 lead in the second quarter, and the second score was a four-yard dart where Minshew scrambled and found the 5-foot-11, 190-pound wideout in the fourth to give the Cougs their final lead. There are a lot of mouths to feed in this offense, but Winston looked legit against a respectable opponent on Friday night. We'll see if it carries over the rest of the way, starting next Saturday against Utah.
Sep 22 - 2:14 AM

USC sophomore WR Tyler Vaughns hauled in seven passes for 64 yards and a score in a 39-36 win over Washington State on Friday over Washington State.

The Trojans wanted to get Vaughns the football more than they did against Texas, and they did just that. The talented sophomore was the top target for JT Daniels on Friday, and the two connected on a touchdown in the second quarter and a big two-point conversion that made it 39-36 with 8:03 left. Amon-Ra St. Brown and Michael Pittman are going to get their looks as well, but Vaughns is the best bet for success in the USC offense at this point. He should get plenty more targets next Saturday against Arizona.
Sep 22 - 2:08 AM

Washington State senior QB Gardner Minshew completed 37-of-52 passes for 344 yards and three scores in a 39-36 loss on Friday to USC.

Minshew had played well -- at least statistically -- in the previous three games, but it was against Eastern Washington, San Jose State and Wyoming. On Friday, however, Minshew looked legit. He was accurate, quick to make decisions, and showed that he can get the ball downfield and also make plays with his feet. That was especially apparent on his touchdown throw to Eamon Winston from four yards out to give the Cougs a 36-31 lead. It wasn’t all perfect, but he certainly looked the part of a Pac-12 quarterback for the wide majority of the game. Minshew gets the tough Utah defense on September 29.
Sep 22 - 2:07 AM

USC sophomore RB Vavae Malepeai ran for 78 yards on 13 carries and two scores in a 39-36 victory over Washington State on Friday.

Malepeai led the Trojans with the 13 carries, with Stephen Carr only getting five and Aca’Cedric Ware just one. He was the most effective tailback as well -- minus a 50-yard gash for Carr -- and showed power with his 6-foot, 215-pound frame and also some shiftiness as well. This is a tough situation to get a hold on right now, but at the very least it looks like Malepeai is going to get short-yardage carries near the goal line. We’ll see if he leads the backfield again next Saturday against Arizona.
Sep 22 - 2:06 AM

USC freshman QB JT Daniels passed for 241 yards and three scores on 17-of-26 passing in a 39-36 victory over Washington State on Friday.

After struggling against Texas, Daniels was much better against Washington State. There were a few throws that got away from him, but there were just as many that showed why he was considered one of the top prep quarterbacks in the country. He once again connected with former high school teammate Amon-Ra St. Brown for a score, and he also connected with Michael Pittman on a long score where Pittman did most of the work. Daniels is going to frustrate -- he should be a senior in high school, after all -- but there’s obviously big talent in the 6-foot-3, 210-pound signal-caller. The Trojans will take on Arizona next Saturday.
Sep 22 - 2:05 AM

Illinois sophomore WR Ricky Smalling caught two passes for 23 yards and scored twice in a 63-24 loss to Penn State on Friday.

Well, that's efficient. Smalling didn't get the ball often, but both were scores. The first was a six-yard strike from M.J. Rivers, and touchdown two was on a trick-play from Treshard Davis from 17-yards that actually gave Illinois a 24-21 lead in the third quarter. The Illini will try and get the 6-foot-1, 205-pound wideout the ball more often after their bye when they face Rutgers on October 6.
Sep 22 - 12:45 AM
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