- #18 WR
- Washington State Cougars
- HometownAntioch, CA
- Weight210 lbs.
*Career stats are updated nightly.
|2014 Game Log||Receiving||Rushing|
|9/5||@Nevada||L 24-13||No statistics available.|
|9/13||Portland State||W 59-21||No statistics available.|
|9/20||Oregon||L 38-31||No statistics available.|
|9/27||@Utah||W 28-27||No statistics available.|
|10/4||California||L 60-59||No statistics available.|
|10/10||@Stanford||L 34-17||No statistics available.|
When Mike Leach decided he was ready to return to coaching in 2011, he knew he'd have some options. That's the nature of the business for a coach who has guided a program to 10 bowls in 10 seasons like he did at Texas Tech.about 274 days ago | Kyle Bonagura | ESPN.com
Receiver is not as strong a position in the Pac-12 as it was last year, but it's still pretty darn good, with Belitnikof Award winner Marqise Lee back and Oregon State's Brandin Cooks being a potential All-American.about 464 days ago | Ted Miller | ESPN.com
More than 8,000 fans turned out in Spokane, Wash., to see to see the Washington State Cougars Gray team score a late touchdown and 2-point conversion to top the Crimson squad 22-21.about 550 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
The Utah Utes continued their second-half surge -- not unlike the Utah Utes of 2011 -- and blew out the visiting Washington State Cougars 49-6.The victory leaves the Utes (4-5, 2-4 Pac-12) needing two wins in their final three games to keep their streak of eight straight postseasons alive.about 720 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com