PULLMAN — When Washington State was at its worst during its deflating loss to Rutgers last Thursday, senior quarterback Connor Halliday was at his best. After a costly turnover in the fourth quarter, Halliday ran over to the offending receiver but did not express his frustration. Instead, he gave him a high-five and a smile.
“I was just telling him that we’re going to need another score, and I’m going to be coming back to you, so forget about that,” Halliday said. “We’re going to win this game, and we’ll laugh about it later.”