Jake Dickert will be ‘heavily’ involved with Washington State defense in Week 10
Jake Dickert intends to be much more involved in the Washington State defensive game plan this week.
The Cougars have lost 4 straight games after starting the year 4-0. The Cougars’ defense is allowing 36.3 points per game over the 4-game losing streak, and they have given up more than 150 yards rushing 6 weeks in a row.
“Well I think that I always feel that need sometimes, but I think this week I’m gonna be heavily involved in the gameplan,” Dickert said at his Monday morning press conference. “You know, normally I spread my time between both sides of the ball equally, and special teams. I’m gonna be through every phase of it and try to find an edge.
“That isn’t a panic thing, that’s just something where I feel like I can be an asset at this moment. Trying to find ways to be better, and more solutions, and more attacking, and I think we’ve just gotten stuck on a few things, so to find ways to get over that hump, I think it’s necessary at this time.”
WSU coach Jake Dickert on his team's defensive game plan this week against Stanford: "I'm gonna be heavily involved." pic.twitter.com/2SjQoaHBQQ
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Dickert and the Cougars will hope to end their 4-game losing streak this weekend.
Washington State takes on Stanford at home this Saturday at 6 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network.