Washington State hopes to turn things around against USC
WSU has lost 4 of their last 5, and hopes to turn things around with a win on the road against USC (PHOTO: KHQ)
PULLMAN, Wash. - Having lost four of their last five games, Washington State hopes to turn things around on the road against Southern California Thursday night.
The Cougars are 5-8 in conference play so far this season. One of those losses was a two-point setback to the Trojans in Pullman back in January. Washington State lost in a low scoring affair 44-46, with freshman Klay Thompson leading the way with 15 points.
This time around, the Cougars will look for more offensive production from Taylor Rochestie, who didn't score a point in the first half in the first meeting.
Tipoff for Thursday's game is 7:30 p.m. at the Galen Center.