Published: Sun, November 05, 2017
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Fan strips in end zone after Washington State scored against Stanford

Fan strips in end zone after Washington State scored against Stanford

Stanford is making a switch at quarterback.

The Stanford Cardinal traveld to Pullman, Washington to take on the Washington State Cougars on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017.

A win Saturday would keep the Cougars viable in the Pac-12 North race, where they now sit in third place behind Washington and Stanford.

Without running back and Heisman Trophy candidate Bryce Love available last week at Oregon State, the Cardinal managed only 15 points with Chryst running the offense. Falk came into Saturday's game as the career leader in pass attempts (1,860), completions (1,280), total offense (13,041) and total plays (2,093). He did, however, throw the winning touchdown pass with 20 seconds left.

Costello completed 15 of 24 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown in a 34-24 win over Arizona State on September 30 in his only start.

Washington State quarterback Luke Falk is the Pac-12's all-time passing leader. One major reason for last week's close game?

This is the third time Shaw has changed quarterbacks midseason in six years.

Costello has thrown 67 passes for 43 completions and 492 yards this season, he has a quarterback rating of 145.6 to Chryst's 123.1 and has yet to throw an interception in his career.

Love has practiced with the team this week.

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