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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 11/10/2007
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Nov. 10, 2007

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Washington State vs. Stanford
Pullman, Wash. (Martin Stadium)
November 10, 2007


--With 449 passing yards, Alex Brink raised his career total to 10,200...eighth Pacific-10 Conference quarterback to reach 10,000 yards...sixth conference quarterback to throw for over 10,000 yards and 70-or-more touchdowns...300-plus passing yards in 10 career games (six this season)...fifth career 400-yard game...449 yards ranks fourth on the all-time single-game list.

--With Alex Brink's touchdown pass in the second quarter, WSU quarterbacks have now thrown scoring strikes in 78 of the last 82 games...has thrown TD passes in 15 consecutive games, the longest streak of his career.

--With his touchdown pass to Ben Woodard in the second quarter, Alex Brink took sole possession of first place on the all-time list for career touchdowns with 71...ranks seventh on the all-time Pac-10 list.

--Michael Bumpus passed Cougar great Hugh Campbell to become the school's all-time leader in receptions with a first quarter catch...has 183 career receptions.

--With his 45-yard punt return in the first quarter, Michael Bumpus became WSU's all-time leader in punt return yardage...has 809 career punt return yards...45-yard return was his longest since setting the school record with an 87-yarder Sept. 9, 2005 at Nevada.

--With a career-high 153 receiving yards, Brandon Gibson has posted 100-or-more yards in four games this career 100-yard games is tied for fourth all-time...moved into ninth place on the WSU all-time list for career receiving yards with 1,811.

--Jed Collins recorded his first career 100-yard game with 123 yards...tied a career high with 10 receptions.

--Husain Abdullah equaled his career high with 14 tackles...has 64 tackles in the last six games, including 7.5 for loss...has at least one TFL in each of the last six games.

--WSU held its opponent scoreless in the first half at home for the first time since Idaho in 2004...last time WSU shut out a Pac-10 team in the first half at home was against Arizona in 2003.

--WSU has scored in 271 consecutive games, the second longest active streak among Division I schools and the fifth-longest all-time...Cougars have also scored in 252 consecutive Pac-10 games, the longest active streak among any league team...WSU has scored in 199 consecutive home games.

--Going 4-of-4 on field goals, senior kicker Romeen Abdollmohammadi has hit on seven consecutive attempts.

--WSU led after the first quarter (3-0) for only the second time this season...led UCLA 10-7...Cougars won both games.

--The Cougars beat the Cardinal on Dad's Day for the first time since Nov. 11, 1972...Stanford won the last three Dad's Day meetings...first win on Dad's Day since 2003 against Oregon State (36-30).

--WSU defeated Stanford coming off a loss for the first time since 1984...last time WSU knocked off Stanford at home was in 1997 (38-28).

• Stanford recovered a season-high-tying three fumbles and has now forced at least one turnover in eight of its last nine games.

• Mark Bradford had a career-high 12 receptions for 141 yards to increase his career totals to 157 receptions and 2236 receiving yards. Bradford moved up three spots to sixth on Stanford's all-time reception list and has moved into 10th place past Tony Hill (2225, 1973-76) on Stanford's all-time list.

• Tavita Pritchard threw for a career-high 263 yards (first career 200-yard game) on 22-for-40 passing with the completions and attempts also career-highs.

• Jeremy Stewart rushed for a career-high 57 yards on 17 carries.

• Kris Evans had a career-high 3 pass breakups.

• Mark Mueller made his Stanford debut in the contest.

• Stanford had 1 sack and now has 30 on the season. Stanford, who has 24 sacks in its last six contests.

• Stanford had 7 tackles-for-loss and now has 79 on the season.

• Pannel Egboh extended his consecutive games started streak to 22.

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