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POSTGAME NOTES - Washington State vs. Oregon State
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 11/17/2007
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Nov. 17, 2007

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  • Senior quarterback Alex Brink moved into second place on the WSU all-time single-season passing yards list with 3,419 yards...passed Drew Bledsoe (1992) and Jason Gesser (2002)...fifth WSU quarterback to throw for more than 3,000 in a single season.

  • Alex Brink moved into sixth place on the Pacific-10 Conference career passing list with 10,514 yards...passed Washington's Cody Pickett (10,220 yards) and Arizona State's Andrew Walter (10,492 yards).

  • Alex Brink's 67-yard pass play to Brandon Gibson in the fourth quarter was the longest pass play of the season for WSU...Brink also hit Jeshua Anderson in the third quarter for a 61-yard gain through the air which was the longest of the season at the time.

  • WSU had two scoring drives of less than a minute, the third and fourth of the season...two-play, 16-second drive (80 yards) in the third quarter...four-play, 35-second drive (80 yards) in the fourth quarter...13th and 14th drives of the season of 80-or-more yards.

  • Senior wide receiver Michael Bumpus moved into fourth place on the WSU all-time single-season receptions list with is a personal single-season best.

  • Junior wide receiver Brandon Gibson moved into eighth place on the all-time single-season receptions list with 61 this season.

  • Junior wide receiver Brandon Gibson moved into fifth place on the WSU all-time single-season receiving yards list with 1,043 yards...seventh WSU receiver to post 1,000 yards in a single season.

  • Kicker Romeen Abdollmohammadi connected on his eighth consecutive field goal with a 40-yarder in the second quarter...14 field goals this season is tied for ninth all-time...made a 40-plus-yarder in each of last four games.

  • WSU has scored in 200 consecutive Martin Stadium games...scored in 272 consecutive games, the second longest active streak among Division I schools...scored in 253 consecutive Pacific-10 Conference games, the longest active streak for any league team.

  • Reid Forrest's punt of 55 yards in the third quarter was a career long.

  • Junior linebacker Cory Evans' 6.5 tackles for loss set the school record...13 tackles were a career high.

  • Junior safety Alfonso Jackson recorded a career-high 13 tackles.

  • The 52 points allowed by WSU is the most at home since Nov. 17, 1990 against Washington (55).

  • The 35-point loss is the worst defeat at home since Nov. 18, 2000 against Washington (51-3).


  • Oregon State clinched a winning Pacific-10 record in back-to-back seasons for the first time.

  • Yvenson Bernard became OSU's second all-time leading rusher and No. 10 in the Pac-10 with 3,685 yards.

  • Alexis Serna became OSU's all-time leading scorer with 372 points...fourth all-time in Pac-10.

  • OSU clinched an appearance in a bowl game for the seventh time in nine seasons.

  • OSU improved to 13-3 over the last two seasons in the months of Oct., Nov. and Dec. (best in the Pac-10).

  • Most points scored by OSU against WSU... previous high was 44 in 2005.

  • OSU's 52 points ties a school record for most points in a Pac-10 game (Arizona 2003).
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