After a string of losses, ASU gets it back on track with a blowout win against the Cougs. A side story in the matchup featured some familiar allegations popping up again:
The big day by Arizona State's quarterbacks added to Washington State's misery in what has been a rough first season under Mike Leach.
After opening with a pair of wins in their first three nonconference games, the Cougars struggled once the Pac-12 season started, losing their first seven games.
It got worse last week when Wilson quit the team, saying the coaches had physically, mentally and verbally abused him.
Leach denied the allegations, just as he did at Texas Tech, where he was fired in 2009 after being accused of abusing a player.
The Cougars vowed not to let Wilson's accusations become a distraction.
They didn't play like it.
Next up for ASU is in-State rival Arizona, the traditional "Duel in the Desert" the day after Thanksgiving. This one will be for bragging rights, and a better bowl game. The game is in Tucson, so anything can happen..