VIDEO: Washington SAM Cory Littleton Post-Game - Apple Cup's Kim Grinolds spoke with Washington SAM Cory Littleton after the Huskies beat up on No. 20 WSU 45-10 Friday at Husky Stadium in the 108th Apple Cup. Fellow linebacker Keishawn Bierria also came over to chat with Littleton for a bit.

On how big a win it was “A great win. Our biggest thing was we wanted to impose our will and that’s exactly what we did. We won this game.”


On the hit Azeem Victor put on Gabe Marks “I was right on the sideline, like 10 yards away. Honestly, I feel bad for the guy. That looked like that hurt.”


On this linebacker group being the best in the country “Agreed. That’s the thing we want to do. All our linebackers, we want to show that we’re the best around. We lost a little depth last year and we lost John Timu and Shaq Thompson and those are two great, outstanding players. But at the end of the day, we still had good players behind them and that’s what we wanted to show.”


On if WSU did anything different than expected “Not at all.”


On having to respect the run more this year than last “Very much so. Our biggest emphasis was to make them a one-dimensional team and our biggest thing for our front seven was to stop the run. That’s what we did today.”


On getting the sixth win “Very important. It feels good though to impose our will on Washington State and show that we’re better than them.”


On how to prepare for the bowl game “Biggest thing is wait until we hear who our next opponent is and then game plan that and do exactly what we did today.”


On Azeem Victor finally hauling in an interception “He dropped one everyday. To be honest, he’s this year’s John Timu. His biggest emphasis was he’s going to catch one today and he did exactly that. It’s funny because after he caught it he stopped for a second to think about it because he wasn’t sure if he caught it. Then he went in for the score, which is the best part.” Top Stories