McLaughlin: WSU Should be Over .500 Again in 2022
Posted on August 15, 2022
Washington State is looking to string together consecutive winning seasons for the first time since 2017-18 when the Cougs were in the midst of four straight seasons over .500 in Pullman.
Jake Dickert comes into his first full season with a new offensive coordinator and a new QB in Eric Morris and Cam Ward, who come over from an FCS school in Incarnate Word.
With four of their first five games of the year at home, another winning season may just be in the cards for the Cougars in 2022.
On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, I look at how Washington State may fair after a 7-6 record in the 2021 campaign.
With two games that should easily be victories in addition to a TOUGH non-conference game at Wisconsin, the Cougs have a chance to enter conference play at 2-1. Their conference slate has some advantages mixed into a series of tough league games.
Having to play all three of Oregon, USC, and Utah is not on any fan’s dream list, but having two of the three at home could help Washington State pull an upset of one of the three preseason Conference favorites.
After finishing 7-5 in the regular season last year, could the end of their schedule allow for a repeated result?
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