Washington State's Chima Onyeukwu (40) celebrates his interception against Utah with teammates Robert Taylor (2) and Marcellus Pippins (21) on Saturday. The Cougars have plenty to be happy about – if they beat UW in the Apple Cup, they’ll be Pac-12 North champs.
Washington State's Chima Onyeukwu (40) celebrates his interception against Utah with teammates Robert Taylor (2) and Marcellus Pippins (21) on Saturday. The Cougars have plenty to be happy about – if they beat UW in the Apple Cup, they’ll be Pac-12 North champs. Rick Bowmer AP
Washington State's Chima Onyeukwu (40) celebrates his interception against Utah with teammates Robert Taylor (2) and Marcellus Pippins (21) on Saturday. The Cougars have plenty to be happy about – if they beat UW in the Apple Cup, they’ll be Pac-12 North champs. Rick Bowmer AP

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