Cougar Host Second Scrimmage of Spring
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State Football held its second scrimmage of the spring Saturday, with the defense shining early and the offense finding its groove late, Saturday afternoon in Pullman.
The defense had the better part of it early, keeping the Cougar offense at bay through the first half of the scrimmage. The offense came back later in the scrimmage as Cammon Cooper found Travell Harris on a 7-yard touchdown pass to account for the first score. Later, Jarrett Guarantano found Lincoln Victor over the middle on a 35-yard touchdown strike.
For the day, the offense accounted for 389 yards of total offense, 295 yards through the air and 94 on the ground. Guarantano finished the day completing 7 of 13 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown. On the ground, freshman Kannon Katzer had five carries for 51 yards while Max Borghi rushed three times for 23 yards. On the receiving end, running back led Deon McIntosh led the way with four receptions for 54 yards while De'Zhaun Stribling, Mitchell Quinn and Victor each added three receptions
On the day, the Cougar offense rushed 13 times for 94 yards, an average of 7.2 yards per carry.
The Cougar defense had a good day, recording seven sacks, a pass interception and a fumble recovery on the afternoon. Justus Rogers and Nathaniel James each had two sacks to lead the way.
Spring practices continue Tuesday on Rogers Field.