How they scored: Cougs vs. Huskies

THE AIR RAID got in sync. But it happened during Washington State’s final two possessions, far too late to make a difference in a 31-13 loss Saturday against Washington at Martin Stadium. Redshirt freshman Luke Falk completed 27 of 49 passes for 355 yards, two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions.

First Quarter

UW 7-0 at 12:24 mark: Dwayne Washington 51-yard run (Cameron Van Winkle kick)
Drive length: 3 plays, 58 yards; Drive Time: 0:36

Second Quarter

UW 14-0 at 0:50 mark: Kasen Williams 6-yard pass from Cyler Miles (Van Winkle kick)
Key play: After a 20-yard reception by Vince Mayle, Bubba Baker forced a fumble that was recovered by the Huskies at WSU’s 27-yard line.
Drive length: 5 plays, 27 yards; Drive Time: 0:46

Third Quarter

UW 21-0 at 14:15 mark: Washington 60-yard run (Van Winkle kick)
Drive length: 2 plays, 64 yards; Drive Time: 0:40

UW 24-0 at 3:07 mark: Van Winkle 18 FG
Key play: On third-and-15 at WSU’s 47, Miles scrambled for a 19-yard gain.
Drive length: 15 plays, 64 yards; Drive Time: 6:11

Fourth Quarter

UW 31-0 at 12:30 mark: Joshua Perkins 18-yard pass from Miles (Van Winkle kick)
Key play: On third-and-5 at WSU’s 29, Miles connected with Kendyl Taylor for an 11-yard gain.
Drive length: 10 plays, 85 yards; Drive Time: 3:59

UW 31-7 at 9:55 mark: Dom Williams 35-yard pass from Falk (Quentin Breshears kick)
Key play: On third-and-20 at UW’s 45, River Cracraft caught a 15-yard pass from Falk to set up the touchdown.
Drive length: 7 plays, 65 yards; Drive Time: 2:35

UW 31-13 at 1:00 mark: River Cracraft 6-yard pass from Falk (pass failed)
Key play: On fourth-and-17 at UW’s 40, Isiah Myers caught a 20-yard pass from Falk.
Drive length: 9 plays, 69 yards; Drive Time: 2:44

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