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  Washington State was counted out when its head coach and four assistants were fired for refusing the state's vaccination mandate. No way could the Cougars recover from adversity like that. They showed a bit of moxy in a loss to BYU last week and took it a step further against Arizona State behind an opportunistic defense. Jayden de Laura accounted for three touchdowns and Washington State forced five turnovers in a 34-21 win over Arizona State on Saturday. "Ultimately, we know what we have in our building," Washington State edge rusher Ron Stone, Jr. said. "We have what we need in our building to be successful, so there was never any doubt." The Cougars (5-4, 4-2 Pac-12), one of the nation's best at creating takeaways, were at their ball-hawking best in the first half, forcing four turnovers.

Washington State's offense capitalized, scoring 24 points after Arizona State turnovers for its first win since coach Nick Rolovich and four assistants were fired on Oct. 18. "By no means did we play the underdog card," Washington State acting head coach and defensive coordinator Jake Dickert said. "We're confident in our ability, confident in what we can do and we're playing good football at the right part of the season." Arizona State is not. The Sun Devils (5-3, 3-2) got off to an abysmal start coming off a bye week, turning it over on their opening three drives, including twice in the first three plays. Jayden Daniels threw two interceptions and Arizona State lost three fumbles to suffer a second straight lackluster defeat that had fans inside Sun Devil Stadium booing throughout. - Washington State/AP College Football

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