As rain steadily dropped on Washington players and coaches Wednesday, three days before the Apple Cup, two of last year’s key performers on offense zig-zagged through defenses, doing their thing.
Both aren’t figured prominently into this year’s game plan.
Running back Willie Griffin was the top rusher in the 2008 Apple Cup – a 16-13 WSU victory in Pullman. He ran 26 times for 112 yards, and scored the Huskies’ lone touchdown – a 3-yard scamper in the second quarter.
Receiver D’Andre Goodwin led the UW with his five receptions, which was in line with his season-long production – 60 receptions, which paced the team by a lot.