Washington State players felt ‘disrespected’ by UCLA in pre-game
Prior to Washington State' 31-27 win over UCLA in Los Angeles, the Cougars felt a lack of respect coming from the Bruins sidelines.
“We're supposed to split the field. Even if it's your home field, you should have the decency to let us warm up without interfering with our warm ups,” senior linebacker Jeremiah Allison said. “They didn't respect us. They threw the ball through our warm up.”
The Cougars used the fire to pull and incredible upset over UCLA that was capped by a Luke Falk touchdown pass with three seconds left. Washington State is now 7-3 on the season with only Colorado and Washington remaining.
Despite Washington State's success on the field this season, the Cougars feel like they've been disrespected by the whole conference. The seniors are tired of it.
(h/t The Seattle Times)
Gabe Marks to me after game: "Maybe we'll start getting some respect around the conference. I don't like the way we've been disrespected."
— Jessamyn McIntyre (@JessaMcIntyre) November 15, 2015