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01/05/19 - Washington State running back James Williams is forgoing his senior season to enter the NFL draft. Williams made his announcement on social media on Saturday. Williams and the Cougars closed out their season on Dec. 28 with a 28-26 win over Iowa State in the Alamo Bowl. Williams was not much of a runner during his career at Washington State, although he had 12 touchdowns rushing and averaged 4.6 yards per carry this season. Williams' strength was as an elite pass catcher in Mike Leach's offense. Williams had a team-high 83 catches for 613 yards this season and finished his career with 202 receptions in three seasons. Williams' 83 receptions tied for 17th nationally. - AP College Football
10/02/16 - Washington State coach Mike Leach is famous for his Air Raid passing offenses. Turns out the Cougars have a ground game too. Washington State rushed for 280 yards and six touchdowns to beat Oregon 51-33 on Saturday, sending the Ducks to their third consecutive loss. Jamal Morrow, Gerard Wicks and James Williams each ran for two touchdowns for Washington State (2-2, 1-0 Pac-12), which was coming off a bye week. Washington State defeated Oregon in double overtime last year, a game that sparked the Cougars' run to a 9-4 record. "I don't think anybody expected six touchdowns out of us," Morrow said. "It's great." "I don't think tonight was our full potential," Wicks said. "You'll see a way better running team." Leach said the passing of Luke Falk, who threw for 371 yards, helped set up the ground attack. "The biggest thing was the passing was real effective," Leach said. "We got them off balance with the pass." Oregon (2-3, 0-2) has lost three straight games and held a team meeting earlier in the week to seek a turnaround. - AP Sports