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USC 28, Washington State 22
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 09/30/2006
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Sept. 30, 2006

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FINAL SCORE: USC 28, Washington State 22


--Jason Hill's four-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter extended his school-record to 29...Hill is now tied for second among all NCAA Division I-A active receivers...Hill extended his consecutive game streak with at least one catch to 26.

--Michael Bumpus's 11 catches set a career-high and the second most ever by a WSU receiver...Hugh Campbell, 1960 against ASU, and Leaford Hackett, 1998 against Oregon, also had 11 catches in a game, while Doug Flansburg holds the record with 12 in 1966 against Houston.

--Loren Langley's three field goals are the most he has kicked in a game.

--Greg Trent's tallied a career-high 14 tackles (six solos).

--Darryl Blunt's 59-yard third-quarter punt was the longest of his career.

--WSU's late-game 80-yard drive gives the Cougars a drive of at least 80 yards in 19 straight games


--The Trojans have won 49 of their last 51 games...USC extended three winning streaks.

--Pacific-10 record 25 consecutive conference games

--School-record 18 straight road games

--School-record 13 straight conference road games.

--USC played in front of its 10th straight sellout crowd, home or away.

--The Trojans have scored 20 or more points in a NCAA record 56 straight games.

--Wide receiver Chris McFoy, a fifth-year senior, caught his first career touchdown.

--Wide receiver Steve Smith caught a career-high 11 passes and recorded his seventh career 100-yard game.

--On USC's 17-play, 83-yard drive that consumed 8:21 in the fourth quarter, the Trojans converted 4-of-5 third down opportunities en route to a touchdown to take a 28-15 lead with 5:52 left...USC converted on fourth down after its lone third down failure.

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