PULLMAN — With 16 days between games, the Washington State football team will have had plenty of time to prepare for Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez’s famed spread offense when the teams meet on Saturday. The problem for WSU is the Wildcats alter their offense so often that even 12 weeks into the season the Cougars can’t know what to expect.
When the season began, it appeared the Wildcats were going to play an old-fashioned style of football. Quarterback B.J. Denker attempted just 13 passes in the first game of the season and only 21 in the second.