Seven wins, no losses. The Central Washington Wildcats are off to a perfect start in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. In a state full of highly-ranked collegiate football teams, they are the last ones remaining undefeated.

Enjoying some of those bragging rights is Wildcats’ first-year quarterback Reilly Hennessey.

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Hennessey may be new to the Ellensburg, Washington campus, but he is no stranger to NCAA football. He began his collegiate career in Eastern Washington with the Eagles. Hennessey came off the bench in his first game, facing off against reigning national runner-up Oregon.

No pressure. No pressure at all.

Hennessey responded unlike most red-shirt freshman. He threw for two touchdowns, connecting with FCS superstar and now Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp on both occasions.