Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Oct. 15, 2005
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WSU's Jerome Harrison's 57-yard touchdown run marked the third time this season the Cougars have scored on their opening drive..,Harrison's went 80 yards on the first play against Idaho and Harrison scored on a 2-yard run at Oregon State.
With his two rushing touchdowns today, Jerome Harrison now has 20 for his career, fourth all-time at WSU. Harrison also has 11 rushing touchdowns this season, which is tied for fourth on the WSU single-season list.
Jerome Harrison's 260 rushing yards marks his second straight game, and third of his career, that he has gone over 200 yards...Rueben Mayes only other Cougar with back-to-back games of 200 plus rushing yards...Harrison and Mayes share school record for career 200-yard games.
With his first quarter touchdown reception, Cougar Jason Hill has now caught a scoring pass in each of his last eight games...also has a reception in 16 straight games, every game he has played from the start of last season.
WSU junior safety Eric Frampton registered a career-high 12 tackles, eclipsing his previous best of nine set last week against Stanford.
For the second straight week Greg Trent established a career-high in tackles, recording 12 this week...had 10 last week against Stanford.
Mkristo Bruce's third-quarter sack gives him 14.5 in his career, tied for ninth all-time on the Cougar career list (Will Derting and Dorian Boose (1996-97).
Loren Langley's 48-yard field goal in the third quarter was his career-long...previous long was a 44-yarder against Colorado in Seattle (9/11/04).
UCLA improved to 5-1 in overtime games all-time...WSU is 2-7.