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0:00, fourth quarter: ASU wins 42-0. Next up, USC.

5:00, fourth quarter: A personal foul and sack backs up WSU and they are forced to punt again. The Cougars we're close to getting on the board but the Sun Devil shutout is in tact.

7:30, fourth quarter: WSU is driving for the first time tonight. The Cougars have the ball on the ASU 17.

13:04, fourth quarter: Jon Hargis is now in the game as ASU takes over after yet another Cougar punt. MVP tonight for WSU? Its punter, Reid Forrest.

14:49, fourth quarter: Kyle Middlebrooks breaks the goal line and extends the ASU lead to 42-0. Nine play 41 yard drive. All that is at stake in this game now is the shutout for the ASU defense.

2:44, third quarter: Exchanging punts here now. ASU will take over at the WSU 41 with great field position.

6:00, third quarter: ASU punts from midfield and LeQuan Lewis downs the ball at the WSU 2 yard line.

9:41, third quarter: WSU fumbles and Brandon Magee recovers to give ASU the ball on its own 38. QB Brock Osweiller is in the game.

12:53, third quarter: ASU takes the kickoff and goes the distance to extend its lead to 35-0. Threet's pass to T.J. Simpson set up a catch and run by Cameron Marshall to get in the endzone.

Halftime: ASU leads 28-0. ASU has 255 total yards while WSU has been held to 88.

0:11, second quarter: Steven Threet hits Jamal Miles in the back of the endzone for a 19 yard touchdown. A person foul penalty on WSU will be enforced on the kickoff. ASU leads 28-0.

0:23, second quarter: A pass interference call gives ASU the ball deep in WSU territory.

0:43, second quarter: WSU turns the ball over on downs and the Sun Devils have two timeouts to work with before the half.

4:12, second quarter: ASU's drive stalls at midfield. The ensuing Trevor Hankins punt was downed at the Cougar 4 yard line.

7:52, second quarter: The ruling on the field was overturned. ASU will take over after the INT and touchback at the 20.

7:52, second quarter: Ruled an incomplete pass on the field, LeQuan Lewis looked like he intercepted Tuel in the endzone. Dennis Erickson sprinted down the sideline asking for a review before WSU could get another play off.

11:31, second quarter: Vontaze Burfict dropped an interception that would have surely gone the other way for six. The linebacker slapped his helmet about four or five times in disgust.

11:42, second quarter: Sun Devils march down the field and Deantre Lewis takes it in from four yards out to give ASU a 21-0 lead. Not much resistance from the WSU side as Lewis went in untouched.

15:00, second quarter: ASU leads WSU 14-0.

0:31, first quarter: The Sun Devil defense bends a little but holds WSU at midfield and forces the punt. ASU will take over at its own 17.

3:44, first quarter: ASU fails to move the ball and punts to WSU. A Vontaze Burfict unsportsmanlike penalty gives the Cougars the ball at the 20 yard line.

4:44, first quarter: On the first play of the ensuing drive, WSU quarterback Jeff Tuel threw an interception to Keelan Johnson. ASU takes over near midfield. What's the remedy for a struggling defense? Play WSU. The Cougars have a total of 15 yards through three possessions.

4:51, first quarter: ASU mirrors its first drive and gets in the end zone again with a nine yard swing pass to Jamal Miles from Steven Threet. Sun Devils lead 14-0. Threet is 12-of-13 for 111 yards and a touchdown so far.

6:06, first quarter: ASU forced another three-and-out and will start its second drive from its own 32 yard line. The Cougars on offense are looking as bad as the Sun Devils did last week at Cal.

7:24, first quarter: After converting on a fourth down deep in their own territory, the Sun Devils marched down the field for a touchdown. Cameron Marshall finished off the 15 play, 76 yards drive with a seven yard run to the endzone. 7-0 ASU. The Sun Devils moved the ball relatively easy on the Cougars defense, running multiple screen passes along the way.

13:36, first quarter: WSU goes three-and-out on its first series and punts to ASU. The Sun Devils will begin at their own 24 yard line.

15:00, first quarter: ASU won the coin toss and elected to differ to the second half. Washington State will receive first.


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