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Post-Game Notes
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 11/05/2005
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Nov. 5, 2005

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  • With his 240 yards, Jerome Harrison passed Shaumbe Wright-Fair (1,330, 1992) for second-place on the single-season rushing list with 1,550 yards...also marked his third 200-yard game of the season, tying Rueben Mayes' single-season record (1984), and sets a Cougar all-time record with owns four of the top seven single-game rushing marks in WSU history.

  • Jerome Harrison's two touchdown runs on the afternoon were the 22nd and 23rd rushing touchdown of his career, tied for second all-time with Rueben Mayes (1982-85).

  • Jerome Harrison rushed for 240 yards, the 12th-straight game he has gone over the century mark tying the Pac-10 record set by California's J.J. Arrington last season...Harrison had 138 yards in the first half, the seventh time in nine games this season he has gone over 100 by intermission.

  • In ASU's first drive of the third quarter, the Sun Devils had an apparent touchdown reception overruled by replay, marking the first time this season a call had been overturned at Martin Stadium.

  • WSU's Jason Hill's third-quarter touchdown reception was the 24th of his career, extending his own school record...he also tied his own single-season school record with his 12th scoring reception this season.

  • WSU senior Alex Teems set a career-high with 11 tackles.

  • ASU running back Rudy Burgess threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Derek Hagan for the game's first score...first time since Oct. 20, 2001 against Oregon State a non-ASU quarterback threw a TD pass for the Sun Devils (Justin Taplin 23 yards to Ryan Dennard).

  • The Sun Devils had two drives of 88 yards, both resulting in points...tied for longest ASU drive of the season.

  • ASU had 366 yards in the first half (308 passing/58 rushing)...second most in first half this season (343 passing/189 rushing for 532 vs. Northwestern).

  • R.J. Oliver's interception for ASU in the second quarter was the ninth of his career and first since the 2003 season opener against Northern Arizona...returned pick 100 yards for a touchdown against NAU.

  • With field goals of 19 and 33 yards, ASU's Jesse Ainsworth posted his first multiple field goal game this season.

  • With 10 catches, ASU's Zach Miller set a career high...finished with 98 yards and one touchdown.
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