PULLMAN, Wash. – Things got out of hand in Pullman at the Apple Cup both on and off the field.
After the Washington Huskies scored to go up 42-17 in the 4th quarter, someone threw a water bottle onto the field. The Huskies would go on to win 45-17 and cement their status as a national champion contender.
The bottle hit WSU linebacker Peyton Pelluer on the leg. He was not hurt.
The referee announced that the next time a water bottle was thrown on the field the Cougs would be assessed an unsportsmanlike penalty.
Watch Peyton Pelluer, a bottle hits him in the leg. I'm guessing it was meant for the ref standing behind him. pic.twitter.com/AUGKdwADC0— Darnay Tripp (@DarnayTripp) November 25, 2016
PULLMAN, Wash. - In what was easily one of the most anticipated Apple Cup matchups in recent history, the Washington Huskies cemented their status as a national championship contender in a drubbing of the Washington State Cougars in Pullman on Friday.