Alamo Bowl Matchup: Washington State vs. Iowa State


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Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew threw for 152 yards with no touchdowns against rival Washington on November 23, 2018, at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. The Huskies won, 28-15. (Dean Rutz/Seattle Times/TNS)

Iowa State (8-4, Big 12) vs Washington State (10-2, Pac-12), Dec. 28, 9 p.m. EST

LOCATION: San Antonio


Iowa State: RB David Montgomery, 1,092 yards rushing, 12 touchdowns

Washington State: QB Gardner Minshew, 4,477 yards passing, 36 touchdowns


Iowa State: The Cyclones won seven out of their last eight games after a 1-3 start and finished with their best-ever record, 6-3, in the Big 12.

Washington State: The Cougars’ seven-game winning streak — and faint playoff hopes — were dashed in a 28-15 loss to Washington in the Apple Cup on Nov. 23.


First meeting.


Iowa State: 13th bowl appearance, first appearance in the Alamo Bowl.

Washington State: 14th bowl appearance, second appearance in the Alamo Bowl.

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