The Spartans thoroughly trashed the No. 18 Washington State Cougars, hanging 42 points en route to a morale-boosting, comfortable victory.
SAN DIEGO — Just like he has for his entire football career, quarterback Damion Terry received the snap. Just another play, much like the thousands he’s seen over practices and games.
The Spartans scored on five straight drives spanning the second and third quarters. And from there, they never looked back. As the dust settled to conclude No. 16 MSU's San Diego trip, it was the Spartans who stood victorious, slamming No. 18 Washington State 42-17.
SAN DIEGO — With football finally back, follow along with The State News as No. 16 MSU takes on No. 18 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl.
SAN DIEGO — It's been a minute, certainly, but MSU football is finally back for the final time this season.