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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Kegel On Point In First Scrimmage
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 08/13/2003
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Aug. 13, 2003

PULLMAN, Wash. --- Washington State senior quarterback Matt Kegel connected on all 14 of his pass attempts for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Cougars' first scrimmage of the 2003 fall camp Wednesday evening.

Kegel, who worked against the second unit defense for much of the night, threw touchdowns passes of 11 yards to sophomore tight end Troy Bienemann and seven yards to senior receiver Sammy Moore.

"I was a little disappointed in our first couple of drives," Kegel said. "Once we all got on the same page and started clicking, we did a nice job moving the ball down the field and got a couple of scores."

Senior Jermaine Green and junior transfer Chris Bruhn were the focal point of WSU's running attack. Green rushed for 36 yards on five carries, including a 26-yard burst that saw him break three tackles. Bruhn racked up 40 yards on six carries and showed why he is expected to be an immediate contributor for the Cougars in his first season out of Butte College.

Senior Sammy Moore, junior Tramaine Murray, and sophomore Marty Martin were the most frequent targets for the quarterbacks through the air during the nearly two-hour session. Moore hauled in five passes for 40 yards and a touchdown, while Murray got 50 of his 53 yards on a toss from freshman signal caller Alex Brink. Martin has been a consistent option with WSU's new emphasis on the short passing game and demonstrated that again Wednesday night, catching four passes for 51 yards.

First-unit defenders D.D. Acholonu, Don Jackson, and Erik Coleman all came away with sacks. Freshman Reyshawn Bobo led the scrimmage with two sacks, while reserves Matt Mullenix and Odell Howard also "tagged" quarterbacks behind the line.

Redshirt freshman Eric Frampton recorded the evening's only interception, picking off a pass from Chris Hurd and returning it 17 yards.

Kicker Drew Dunning was perfect on three field goal attempts, while Kyle Basler averaged 40.3 yards on four punts.

The Cougars open the 2003 campaign Aug. 30 at Seattle's Seahawk Stadium against Palouse rival Idaho.

STATISTICS

PASSING (Completions-Attempts/Yards/Touchdowns/Interceptions)
Matt Kegel (14-14/133/2/0)
Josh Swogger (4-10/48/0/0)
Chris Hurd (6-10/26/0/1)
Alex Brink (6-7/95/1/0)

RUSHING (Carries/Yards/Touchdowns)
Jermaine Green (5/36/0)
Jonathan Smith (2/1/0)
Allen Thompson (6/14/0)
Chris Bruhn (6/40/0)
Lavell Anderson (3/10/0)
Kevin McCall (2/12/0)

RECEIVING (Receptions/Yards/Touchdowns)
Cody Boyd (1/6/0)
Scott Lunde (1/1/0)
Marty Martin (4/51/0)
Brett Johnson (5/42/1)
Troy Bienemann (2/14/1)
Sammy Moore (5/40/1)
Trandon Harvey (2/40/0)
Jason Hill (2/19/0)
Tramaine Murray (2/53/0)
Chris Jordan (3/34/0)
Jonathan Smith (1/6/0)
Mark Ahlberg (1/4/0)

SACKS
D.D. Acholonu (1)
Reyshawn Bobo (2)
Don Jackson (.5)
Erik Coleman (.5)
Matt Mullenix (1)
Odell Howard (1)

INTERCEPTIONS
Eric Frampton (1)

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