Until we prove it and put together a complete game, unrealized potential is all it is, says Cougs' Parker Henry

PULLMAN -- Washington State nickel Parker Henry says the Cougars got a taste of what they're seeking during the fourth quarter vs. Boise State. Everyone working together was encouraging, Henry said, but also a reminder that if Washington State doesn’t work together and play to their potential, they can get beaten by anybody.

Henry also said that fourth quarter was a good learning experience, but that Washington State simply needs to rise up as a team this week.

“We’ve got to prove to ourselves that we can do this - that we’re the team we think we can be. You know, we all think that we have a good team here, but right now its just unrealized potential at this point. And that's all it is if we don’t put together a complete game," said the fifth-year senior.

Here’s Henry, RB Jamal Morrow and CB Darrien Molton.

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