It's been a few months now since the 2008 Apple Cup, a thrilling 16-13 double-overtime Washington State win over Washington. Most people remember well the Kevin Lopina to Jared Karstetter connection. And the three pressure-packed field goal makes by Nico Grasu.
But as the following illustrates, there were many more standout crimson performers who helped make victory -- the Cougs' fourth over the Huskies in the past five years -- a reality.
There was Chima Nwachukwu with a game saving tackle. And sure-handed Kevin Norrell catching the ball and moving the chains.
Louis Bland and Andy Mattingly were among those who came up big when it counted most. And Tyree Toomer logged a monster sack at the most opportune of times.
Dwight Tardy churning out tough yards in traffic. Logwone Mitz and his dash to glory, which re-energized the Cougar Faithful in the third quarter. And Marcus Richmond threw a key block to spring him loose, while Kenny Alfred and his o-line mates sealed the edge. And on and on it goes.
With fall camp now less than four weeks away out on the Palouse, what better way to get amped up than with something like this -- the clip comes courtesy of ripling12, as he's known on the CF.C message boards, and he's also posted crimson related videos under the name of Boston Coug.
Let us know if you've posted a Cougar video on YouTube or another video hosting site. Email us the link - here
Note: The music with the clip starts off low before gradually increasing in volume.
Direct link: HERE or click below.
Crimson YouTube: A thriller on the Palouse
Cougfan Top Stories
CFC TV: Hear what WSU players say on ASU winTEMPE - Washington State players talked about what they expected from Arizona State's defense and what it took to earn their fourth Pac-12 win to remain undefeated in conference…
CFC TV: Leach declines to comment on ASUTEMPE - Mike Leach was pleased that his Washington State Cougars "played as hard as they did" in their win over ASU, 37-32. His fiery reactions to questions mirrored the tough play…
CougfanYesterday at 11:47 PM
Stats and nuggets from WSU win over ASUWASHINGTON STATE running backs carried the ball but seven times in Tempe and, in allowing seven sacks, the Cougs posted an eye-popping minus-52 ground yards on the night. The Sun…
CougfanYesterday at 11:25 PM
Leach & Graham actually did shake handsTHIS PICTURE certainly doesn't paint a thousand words -- at least not accurate words. The photo above of WSU coach Mike Leach and ASU coach Todd Graham shaking hands following the…
CougfanYesterday at 11:10 PM
Robert Taylor vanquishes years of ghostsWITH HIS 100-YARD kickoff return for a touchdown against Arizona State on Saturday, Washington State defensive back Robert Taylor not only vanquished 13 years of ugly special teams…
CougfanYesterday at 10:15 PM