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  Jayden de Laura threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score as Washington State beat Portland State 44-24 on Saturday. Deon McIntosh rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown and Max Borghi added 59 yards and a touchdown for Washington State (1-1), which rebounded from a last-minute loss to Utah State at home last weekend. Travell Harris had 188 all-purpose yards and caught two touchdown passes. Davis Alexander threw for 318 yards and two touchdowns for Portland State (0-2), an FCS program which upset Washington State in Pullman the last time the teams played in 2015. His favorite target was Beau Kelly, who caught 10 passes for 152 yards.

Portland State, a member of the Big Sky Conference, fell to 4-42 all-time against FBS teams. Washington State blew the game open in the second quarter when it switched to a hurry-up offense and scored on four straight possessions to take a 30-10 lead at halftime. "Jayden plays good at that pace," WSU coach Nick Rolovich said. "It was very effective today." "This was in our plans," Rolovich said. Also effective was the WSU running game, which gained 159 yards on an average of 4.8 yards per carry. Rolovich said he was dissatisfied with how often his quarterbacks checked out of running plays during the loss to Utah State. "We threw it too much when it should have been handed off," Rolovich said of the Utah State game. As a result, "we took out some pre-snap decisions for the quarterback." - Washington State/AP College Football

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