Nov. 4, 2006
--Alex Brink's 91-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson in the first quarter marked the second-longest pass play in WSU history (Steve Birnbaum to Nian Taylor, vs. Idaho, Sept. 19, 1998).
--Arizona's 78-yard scoring play from Willie Tuitama to Anthony Johnson was the longest scoring play allowed by the Cougar defense this season.
--WSU's 92-yard scoring drive in the first quarter marked the 23rd time in the last 24 games the Cougars have scored a touchdown on a drive of 80 or more yards.
--Alex Brink's first-quarter touchdown pass gives him 46 for his career, tied for fourth on WSU's all-time list with Drew Bledsoe.
--WSU's touchdown in the third quarter went three plays for seven yards, lasting 55 seconds...it marked the sixth time this season the Cougars had a touchdown drive less than a minute.
--The 20 points scored by Arizona in the first half marked a Wildcat season-high for points in a half.
--Chris Henry set an Arizona school record single-game record with 35 carries.