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Scoring Summary

UW 3 7 14 0 7 - 31

WSU 0 0 3 21 0 - 24

TEAM STATISTICS

UW WSU First downs 20 16 Rushes-yards 56-213 31-35 Passing 144 251 Return Yards 41 0 Comp-Att-Int 12-24-0 14-34-0 Punts 5-35.2 6-38.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-3 Penalties-Yards 7-45 12-81 Time of Poss. 38:42 21:18

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Washington Rushing

Att Yds Avg TD Lng Dillon 38 155 4.1 3 18 Hollimon 7 32 4.6 0 13 Harris 3 12 4.0 0 7 Reed 4 11 2.8 0 3 Huard 4 3 0.8 0 10

Passing

C-A Yds Int TD Lng Huard 12-24 144 0 1 37

Receiving

No Yds Avg TD Lng Pathon 4 71 17.8 1 37 Cleeland 3 31 10.3 0 16 Coleman 3 32 10.7 0 15 Brigham 1 -6 -6.0 0 -6 Reed 1 16 16.0 0 16

Tackles

Tac Ast Tot Parrish 6 0 6 Towns 4 0 4 Aleaga 2 2 4 Jensen 4 0 4 Chorak 2 2 4 Richie 4 0 4 Miller 3 0 3 Fiala 2 1 3 Campbell 2 0 2 Burton 2 0 2 Coats 1 1 2 Smith 2 0 2

Washington State Rushing

Att Yds Avg TD Lng Black 21 64 3.0 1 10 Gilmore 1 1 1.0 0 1 Leaf 9 -30 -3.3 1 2

Passing

C-A Yds Int TD Lng Leaf 14-34 251 0 1 47

Receiving

No Yds Avg TD Lng Carpenter 4 66 16.5 0 26 Tims 3 87 29.0 1 47 McKenzie 2 56 28.0 0 38 McWshngtn 2 18 9.0 0 10 Jefferson 1 1 1.0 0 1 Taylor 1 31 31.0 0 31 Black 1 -8 -8.0 0 -8

Tackles

Tac Ast Tot Darling 10 1 11 Nansen 7 3 10 B.Moore 5 3 8 Stewart 7 1 8 D.Henderson 6 0 6 Boose 6 0 6 Holmes 4 1 5 Doyle 3 2 5 Moronkola 4 0 4 Gleason 2 0 2 Allen 2 0 2 Hinchen 1 1 2

Att. - 37,600.

How they scored

First quarter

UW 3, WSU 0

John Wales 23-yard field goal. 73-yard drive in 14 plays, 6:48. Corey Dillon runs eight times for 42 yards on the drive, which also benefits from two WSU offsides penalties.

Second quarter

UW 10, WSU 0 Dillon 1-yard run, Wales kick. 75-yard drive in 14 plays, 7:35. Dillon carries 10 times for 24 hard-fought yards on the drive, which also benefits from two WSU penalties for 20 yards. On third-and-9 from the WSU 30, Brock Huard rolls left and finds tight end Cam Cleeland for 16-yard gain. Dillon carries six straight times to end drive, scoring on third-and-goal.

Third quarter

UW 17, WSU 0 Dillon 1-yard run, Wales kick. 28-yard drive in three plays, 1:25. WSU quarterback Ryan Leaf fumbles exchange from center Cory Withrow. UW linebacker Ink Aleaga recovers. Dillon gains 9 and 18 yards on first two plays of “drive.”

UW 24, WSU 0 Dillon 5-yard run, Wales kick. 24-yard drive in five plays, 2:01. Leaf fumbles when hit by defensive end Jason Chorak. Tackle David Richie recovers. On third-and-7 from the 21, Huard finds Fred Coleman for 11-yard gain.

UW 24, WSU 3 Tony Truant 23-yard field goal. 61-yard drive in 13 plays, 4:21. After UW penalty keeps WSU drive alive, Leaf lobs to Chad Carpenter along right sideline for 26-yard gain to the UW 29. Michael Black follows with gains of 5, 8 and 7 yards. Cougars convert on fourth-and-1 from the 7, but drive stalls at the 6.

Fourth quarter

UW 24, WSU 10 Leaf 2-yard run, Truant kick. 80-yard drive in six plays, 2:09. On third-and-9 from the WSU 11, and one play after Shawn Tims dropped a sure big-gainer, Leaf finds Tims uncovered for 47-yard gain. Two plays later, Leaf guns deep again, this time finding Kevin McKenzie uncovered for 38 yards, giving Cougars first-and-goal at the 2. Leaf scores on naked bootleg that fools even the cameras.

UW 24, WSU 17 Tims 33-yard pass from Leaf, Truant kick. 64-yard drive in six plays, 2:40. Leaf goes 4 for 4 on the drive, the big play coming when he finds Nian Taylor for 31 yards on third-and-22.

UW 24, WSU 24 Black 10-yard run, Truant kick. 40-yard drive in five plays, 1:13. UW offense goes three-and-out after Dillon leaves game with leg cramps, and Hamid Sarshar’s short punt gives the Cougars possession at the UW 40 with 2:31 remaining. Leaf quickly finds Carpenter and McWashington for respective gains of 19 and 8 yards.

Overtime

UW 31, WSU 24 Jerome Pathon 3-yard pass from Huard, Wales kick. First-and-10 from the 25: Mike Reed 16-yard pass from Huard. First-and-goal from the 9: WSU offsides. First-and-goal from the 4: Reed 3 run. Second-and-goal from the 1: Huard misses handoff to Reed, gets sacked by Johnny Nansen for 2-yard loss. Third-and-goal from the 3: touchdown.

, DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Color photo

MEMO: This sidebar appeared with the story: WSU PLAYER OF THE GAME Ryan Leaf The sophomore quarterback completed 10 of 17 passes for 233 yards in the second half, including 8 of 9 in the fourth quarter.

This sidebar appeared with the story: WSU PLAYER OF THE GAME Ryan Leaf The sophomore quarterback completed 10 of 17 passes for 233 yards in the second half, including 8 of 9 in the fourth quarter.



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