The Washington St. Cougars aren't going quietly, answering Colorado's touchdown with one of their own. The Cougars ran a 10-play, 80 yard drive to make the score, 20-17.
Cougars quarterback Marshall Lobbestael threw the ball eight times for 53 yards on the drive. A 14-yard gain on a throw to Bobby Ratliff kept the drive alive inside Colorado territory. A Doug Rippy personal foul also moved the Cougars up 10 yards later on the drive. That set up an 11-yard Lobbestael touchdown pass to Jared Byers.
Colorado just punted on its first drive of the fourth quarter, losing a total of 10 yards and punting from their own 15-yard line. Rodney Stewart wound up with a big tackle on the ensuing punt return.