No. 23/25 Football Hosts Washington for Homecoming Saturday Night

Oct. 21, 2002

TEMPE, Ariz. -

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Coming off last week's 45-42 come-from-behind victory at sixth-ranked Oregon and sitting atop the Pac-10 standings with the team's first 3-0 league start since the 1996 Rose Bowl campaign, the No. 23/25 Arizona State Sun Devils (6-2, 3-0 Pac-10) return home to host the Washington Huskies (4-3, 1-2 Pac-10) Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium. Saturday night is Homecoming/Hall of Fame Weekend for the Sun Devils who will honor 12 former Sun Devil greats and be looking for the team's first Homecoming victory since 1998. With last weekend's upset of No. 6 Oregon, which snapped the Ducks' 11-game winning streak and was just Oregon's second loss at Autzen Stadium in five years (since the 1998 season), Arizona State, this week's Team of the Week, halted a four-game Pac-10 road losing streak and matched the team's total of victories from the 1999 and 2000 seasons. It also marked the team's first victory over a team ranked in the Associated Press poll since 1997 and was the Sun Devils' first win over an opponent that highly ranked since ASU's 19-0 win over then No. 1 Nebraska in 1996.

Led by sophomore quarterback Andrew Walter who has swept the National Player of the Week honors this week, the Sun Devils, who have broken into this week's national rankings for the first time since the 1999 season, overcame a 21-point deficit to stun the No. 6 Ducks last week, marking the second time this year that ASU has trailed by at least 21 points and come back to win, both times on the road (down by a school-record 22 at San Diego State was the other). With its next victory, Arizona State (6-2 overall) will have its most victories since the 1997 Sun Bowl-bound Sun Devils tallied a 9-3 record on the year. The Sun Devils would also become bowl eligible for the fifth time in seven years with their next victory. Washington (4-3, 1-2), which had been ranked as high as ninth this season, fell out of the national polls this week and has lost two of its last three games, including last week's 41-24 defeat at USC.

In the SeriesWashington leads the all-time series 15-8 dating back to the first meeting between the two teams in 1975. UW has won the last two games and nine of the last 12 meetings, including a 33-31 decision last year on Oct. 27 at Sun Devil Stadium. In games played in Tempe, the Huskies hold a slim 7-6 advantage. ASU's last victory over Washington came during the 1999 season with a 28-7 win in Seattle on Oct. 16, while the Sun Devils have not turned in a home win over the Huskies since 1996 when ASU opened that Pac-10 Championship season with a 45-42 victory at Sun Devil Stadium on Sept. 7 (a streak of three home losses).

In the RankingsArizona State is ranked 23rd in this week's Associated Press poll and 25th in this week's USA Today/ESPN Coaches poll, marking the first time since the 1999 season that ASU has been ranked. In 1999, the Sun Devils were ranked 25th in the first poll of the year and climbed to 22nd the following week before falling out of the polls after a Sept. 18 loss to New Mexico State. This season, ASU has received votes in the national polls in each of the previous three weeks before breaking into this week's top 25.

Team CaptainsHead coach Dirk Koetter will select single-game captains each week. Koetter's selections for the Washington game will be made later this week.

ExposureThe Sun Devil Sports Network will carry all 13 of ASU's football games this season live on its 14-station network including flagship stations KTAR 620 AM and ESPN Radio 860 AM. Tim Healey (play-by-play), Jeff Van Raaphorst (color analyst), Vince Marotta (pre- and postgame) and Dave Burns (sidelines) will bring the action to Sun Devil fans. The game can also be heard on ASU's official web site at www.

There will be no television for this week's Washington game.

Hall of Fame WeekendAs part of Homecoming Weekend, Arizona State will induct 12 former Sun Devil student-athletes and coaches into the Sun Devil Hall of Fame and Hall of Distinction this weekend. ASU will honor the group at halftime of the Washington game and at ceremonies throughout the weekend. This year's class includes Larry Armstrong (men's basketball), Dennis Dairman (men's basketball), Mike Kelly (baseball), Maicel Malone (track & field), Phil Mickelson (men's golf), Christy Nore (volleyball), Jeff Pentland (baseball), Pearl Sinn (women's golf), Danny Villa (football) and Freddie Williams (football). Inducted into the ASU Hall of Distinction which honors former coaches and administrators will be Steve Loy (men's golf coach) and Linda Vollstedt (women's golf coach).

Homecoming RecordArizona State brings a 53-16-3 (.757) record on Homecoming Day into this week's game with Washington. The Sun Devils have won 13 of their last 17 Homecoming contests but have lost the last three including a 28-16 loss to Washington State last year on Nov. 10 at Sun Devil Stadium. The team's last Homecoming victory came in 1998 with a 55-22 victory over Cal on Nov. 7.

Last Time OutSophomore quarterback Andrew Walter threw for a Pac-10 Conference and school-record 536 yards and four touchdowns, and Arizona State rallied from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit to upset the sixth-ranked Oregon Ducks 45-42 last week in Eugene.

The loss snapped an 11-game overall winning streak for the Ducks, which was the second-longest streak in the nation behind Miami's 28. Oregon had also won six straight Pac-10 games, while for the Sun Devils, the victory snapped a 12-game losing streak to ranked opponents and a four-game Pac-10 road losing skid.

Walter, whose yardage topped the previous record set by fellow Sun Devil Paul Justin of 534 yards against Washington State in 1989, completed 31 of 53 passes and threw four touchdown passes. All told, Arizona State racked up 559 total passing yards, which also broke the Autzen Stadium team passing record.

Junior wideout Shaun McDonald added 12 catches for 204 yards and a score for Arizona State, which snapped a four-game losing streak to Oregon.

Arizona State took a 39-35 lead early in the fourth quarter on Walter's 58-yard touchdown pass to Justin Taplin. The Sun Devils extended their lead on Mike Barth's 44-yard field goal. Oregon tied the game with 6:55 left when on third-and-11 on the ASU 12, Fife hit Samie Parker in the end zone.

The record-setting Walter calmly marched the Sun Devils back downfield, and Arizona State scored on Barth's 29-yard field goal with 1:58 left, which proved to be the game-winner.

Oregon's final series ended when ASU junior safety Brett Hudson intercepted Fife's pass and returned it 40 yards to the four-yard line. Junior defensive end Terrell Suggs made the hit on Fife that allowed Hudson to intercept.

In the first quarter, the Ducks took the early lead on Fife's 6-yard TD throw to Parker, who lunged over the goal line to put the Ducks up 7-0. On Oregon's next possession, Fife handed off to Smith on the first play, and the tailback ran 57 yards for the score. Smith added a 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to make it 21-0.

Walter got the Sun Devils on the board with 3:34 left in the first half by finding Taplin for a 22-yard scoring pass. Arizona State got as close as the 5-yard line but settled for Barth's 32-yard field goal to make it 21-10 at the half.

The Sun Devils closed in on the Ducks in the second half, then took over the lead by scoring on eight straight possessions. After Smith's 6-yard scoring run to open the third quarter, ASU narrowed the deficit further on redshirt freshman Cornell Canidate's 1-yard run. Oregon answered with Fife's 50-yard pass to George Wrighster, who ran to the end zone to make it 35-17.

ASU came back with Walter's 3-yard TD pass to Mike Pinkard, followed by a 67-yard scoring strike to McDonald. Walter's 2-point conversion to McDonald made it 35-32. After ASU picked up an Oregon fumble by Smith, Walter found Taplin with a 58-yard pass to put the Sun Devils ahead in the fourth quarter.

Walter's WorldWith his 536-yard passing performance last weekend to upend No. 6 Oregon, sophomore quarterback Andrew Walter set Pac-10 Conference and Arizona State school records for single-game passing yards, surpassing the previous mark of 534 yards by fellow Sun Devil Paul Justin vs. Washington State in 1989. In fact, Sun Devils now hold the top three single-game passing marks in Pac-10 history, including the 532-yard effort by Jeff Van Raaphorst vs. Florida State in 1984, four of the top five records and seven of the top 13 marks in league history.

This week's Sporting News, and Player of the Week, Walter, who ranks third in the Pac-10 and eighth in nation in passing efficiency at 153.9,became the first player in school history to notch three 400-yard passing games in a career, let alone a season as he has done this year. Justin and Jeff Van Raaphorst were the only other Sun Devils to have more than one 400-yard game in their careers, each notching two. Earlier this year, he also became the first player in school history to throw for 400 yards in back-to-back games. Walter completed 22 of 37 passes for 414 yards and five touchdowns Sept. 28 vs. Stanford and followed that up with a 27-for-45 effort for 474 yards Oct. 5 vs. North Carolina (fourth on the ASU single-season charts and T9th in Pac-10 history). His 888 yards in two games mark the most passing yards for a Sun Devil quarterback in back-to-back contests, surpassing the previous school mark of 873 yards by Paul Justin in 1989 (534 yards vs. Washington State, 339 vs. Washington). He has already shattered two of ASU's total offense records, gaining the most yards in school history in consecutive games with 901 yards (422 vs. Stanford and 479 vs. UNC) and the most in four consecutive games with 1,594 yards of total offense (422 vs. Stanford, 479 vs. UNC, 185 vs. OSU and 508 at Oregon). Walter has also set school records for passing yards per attempt for 41-50 attempts at 10.5 yards vs. North Carolina and 51+ attempts at 10.11 at Oregon.

On the season, Walter, who did not earn a starting role until the fifth game of the season vs. Stanford, has completed 119 of 214 attempts for 2,003 yards (sixth in the Pac-10 at 250.4 yards per game) and 17 touchdowns with seven interceptions. He is already tied for ninth in single-season touchdown passes with 17 and needs just three more to break into the top five.

Walter's five touchdown passes vs. Stanford on Sept. 28 tied for third-best in school history with Jeff Krohn who also threw five TD passes in a loss to Oregon in 2000. In his last five games, Walter has completed 105 of 189 attempts (.556) for 1,851 yards and 14 touchdowns, while in four games as a starter (3-1 record), he has completed 94 of 169 passes for 1,610 yards (402.5 yards per game) and 10 touchdowns.

ASU Single-Game Touchdown Passes1.	7	Mike Pagel, vs. Stanford, 19812.	6	Danny White, vs. New Mexico, 19713.	5	Andrew Walter, vs. Stanford, 2002	5	Jeff Krohn, vs. Oregon, 20005.	4	21 times (twice by Andrew Walter in 2002: at San Diego		State and at Oregon)

ASU Single-Game Passing Yards1. 536 Andrew Walter at Oregon, 2002**2. 534 Paul Justin vs. Washington State, 19893. 532 Jeff Van Raaphorst vs. Florida State, 19844. 511 Ryan Kealy vs. Arizona, 19985. 474 Andrew Walter vs. North Carolina, 2002 474 Paul Justin vs. Houston, 19907. 466 Mike Pagel vs. Stanford, 19818. 437 Jeff Van Raaphorst vs. Arizona, 1986** also the Pac-10 single-game record

ASU Single-Season Touchdown Passes1. 29 Mike Pagel, 19812. 24 Jake Plummer, 1996 24 Danny White, 19734. 23 Danny White, 19725. 20 John Torok, 19646. 19 Jeff Krohn, 2001 19 Ryan Kealy, 1998 19 Joe Spagnola, 19709. 17 Andrew Walter, 2002 17 Jake Plummer, 1995 17 Paul Justin, 1989 17 Jeff Van Raaphorst, 1986

Comeback KidsArizona State overcame a 21-point deficit to upset the sixth-ranked Oregon Ducks last weekend at Autzen Stadium, marking the second time this season that the team has come from behind from by least 21 points to win and tied for the largest deficit overcome in a Pac-10 game in school history. This season, Arizona State's 'comeback kids' have overcome second-half deficits to win four games this season (Central Florida, at San Diego State, Oregon State and at No. 6 Oregon).

The Sun Devils fell behind 21-0 in the second quarter against the Ducks last week but narrowed the gap to 21-10 at halftime. ASU turned the ball over in the team's first drive of the second half but went on to tally 35 second-half points, scoring on eight of their last nine possessions including a game-winning 29-yard field goal by senior Mike Barth with 1:58 to play. The only possession the Sun Devils did not score in that stretch was the final drive of the game (following ASU's interception) when Andrew Walter took a knee and ran out the clock.

Earlier this season, the team overcame a 22-point disadvantage at San Diego State on Sept. 14, which was the largest deficit overcome to win in school history, according to ASU records and Sun Devil historians Barry Sollenberger and Bob Eger. The 21-point deficit at Oregon tied for the biggest comeback in a Pac-10 game in school history with a 1996 victory at UCLA on Oct. 12, 1996.

In that game against the Bruins, Jake Plummer helped the Sun Devils turn a 28-7 second-quarter deficit into a 42-34 victory. Plummer electrified the crowd at the Rose Bowl by throwing three TD passes, running for a score and catching a TD pass over the final three quarters for the victory. The Sun Devils had also previously overcome a 29-point deficit (down 35-6 in the third quarter) to tie with USC in regulation on Nov. 4, 2000 at Sun Devil Stadium but lost 44-38 in double overtime in ASU's NCAA-record-tying third straight overtime game.

At San Diego State earlier this season, Arizona State fell behind 22-0 in the second quarter and rallied to win 39-28, largely on the performance of injured sophomore quarterback Andrew Walter who came into the game with 5:25 to play in the second half. Walter threw a career-best four touchdown passes in the contest, including two on his first two passes in the ballgame, to lead ASU to the win.

Washington ConnectionsTwo Sun Devil juniors, wide receiver Skyler Fulton and fullback Mike Karney, call the Evergreen state home. Fulton was an all-state performer in football and baseball at Olympia's Capital High School, while Karney was an honorable-mention All-America selection out of Kentwood High School in Kent, Wash. ... Washington head coach Rick Neuheisel is a graduate of Tempe's McClintock High School ... Washington inside linebacker Marquis Cooper hails from Gilbert's Highland High School, and is the son of KPNX Channel 12 sportscaster Bruce Cooper.

Tough Road AheadIncluding last week's win at No. 6 Oregon, Arizona State plays four of its last six games of the season on the road with three of those contests coming against opponents ranked in the national top 25. This week, ASU will play host to Washington (previously ranked as high as ninth, now receiving votes), then travels to Pullman to take on No. 9/11 Washington State, plays host to California (RV in the AP poll) on Nov. 9 and wraps up the regular season with back-to-back road trips to No. 15/16 USC on Nov. 16 and intrastate rival Arizona on Nov. 29.

Lighting Up the ScoreboardThe Sun Devils are averaging 36.4 points per game, which ranks second in the Pac-10 and 15th in the nation. ASU's 45 points in last week's 45-42 upset at sixth-ranked Oregon were the most points in a Pac-10 road game for the team since defeating Arizona 56-14 in Tucson on Nov. 23, 1996, ASU's last regular-season game in that Rose Bowl campaign. In three Pac-10 wins this year, ASI is averaging 41.0 points per game.

The team set a school record for scoring in a Pac-10 game Sept. 28 with its 65-24 win over Stanford, besting the previous mark of 62 points, which also came against Stanford in a 1981 game (62-36 win). The 65 points ASU scored vs. the Cardinal were the most since the team tallied 66 against UTEP on Oct. 22, 1977. It also marked the fifth time that a Dirk Koetter-coached team has topped the 60-point mark (twice at Arizona State).

Since managing just 10 points in their season opener at Nebraska, the Sun Devils have averaged 40.1 ppg in the last seven contests (6-1 record) and have outscored their opponents 281-156 in that stretch.

Last year, the Sun Devils averaged 34.0 points per game in 2001, which tied for third in the Pac-10 with conference champion Oregon and 19th in the nation. The total marked the most for the team since 1996 when the Pac-10 champion and Rose Bowl-bound Sun Devils averaged 40.7 points per contest.

Turnover TaleAfter forcing just one turnover in their first two games, the Sun Devils have forced 25 in the last six games, including a season-high seven Sept. 28 vs. Stanford (four interceptions, three fumbles) and four last Oct. 12 vs. Oregon State (three interceptions, one fumble). Arizona State ranks fourth in the Pac-10 and 25th in the nation in turnover margin (0.88). Already this season, ASU has forced 27 total turnovers (15 interceptions, 11 fumbles), surpassing the 18 turnovers the team caused last year.

Racking up the Receiving TDsWith 12 catches for 206 yards last week vs. No. 6 Oregon, junior wide receiver Shaun McDonald continues to threaten every single-season and career receiving mark in ASU history in just two and a half seasons so far. The Biletnikoff Award canidate is the first player in school history to notch two 200-yard receiving games in a career, let alone a season, with his other 200-yard game coming this year with 10 catches for 221 yards vs. Stanford on Sept. 28.

McDonald, the sixth Sun Devil in school history to reach 2,000 receiving yards, has moved into fifth place on the ASU career charts with 2,403 receiving yards and needs just 590 more yards to tie College Football Hall of Fame inductee John Jefferson's career mark of 2,993. McDonald, who reached the 2,000-yard plateau with his first catch of the game vs. North Carolina (13 yards) on Oct. 5, has topped the century mark in receiving yards in four of the last five games. Last year, he accomplished that feat in four straight games and turned in a total of five 100-yard receiving games, which matched the five that Keith Poole had in 1996 and was just one shy of the six that Ron Fair had in 1989

With 10 catches for 221 yards Sept. 28 vs. Stanford, McDonald turned in the third-best receiving performance in ASU history, trailing just the 227 yards by Ron Fair in 1989 (19 catches) and the 232 yards by Eric Guliford (12 catches) in 1990. McDonald also set the school record for yards per catch for 10 receptions with a 22.1 yards-per-catch mark vs. the Cardinal, a record previously held by Aaron Cox (191 yards vs. Arizona in 1986).

McDonald has caught 55 passes for 941 yards and nine TDs this season and currently ranks second in the Pac-10 and 11th in the nation with 6.88 receptions per game and second in the Pac-10 and sixth in the nation with 117.6 receiving yards per game. He needs just one more touchdown catch to tie his TD production of one year ago and is currently ranked in ASU's top six for single-season TD catches. Through only eight games, McDonald also needs just 203 yards to tie the ASU single-season receiving yards mark of 1,144 set by Morris Owens in 1973, a record McDonald missed last year by just 40 yards last year.

With his four TD catches vs. the Aztecs on Sept. 14, McDonald tied the school single-game record he holds along with John Allen. McDonald also caught four TD passes in 2001 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, and Allen did it in 1953 vs. San Jose State. McDonald has caught 20 touchdown passes in his ASU career, just five shy of the school record of 25 set by Keith Poole (1993-96) and Doug Allen (1981-84).

McDonald opened the 2002 season with a solid performance, catching seven passes for 73 yards at Nebraska. The speedy junior turned in a then season-high eight catches for 175 yards at San Diego State on Sept. 14, since bested by his career-high 10 receptions for 221 yards vs. Stanford. McDonald has caught at least one pass in each of the last 23 games, dating back to the 2000 season.

A 2001 first-team All-Pac-10 selection, McDonald finished second on the ASU single-season charts with 1,104 receiving yards last year, just 40 yards shy of the single-season mark of 1,144 yards set by Morris Owens in 1973. He led the Pac-10 and finished 10th in the nation with an average of 100.4 yards per game. He also shattered ASU season marks for receiving yards per game (100.4 ypg) and receiving yards per catch (23.5 ypc), records previously held by Ron Fair (98.3 yards per game in 1989) and Morris Owens (22.0 yards per catch in 1973), respectively. McDonald also caught 10 touchdown passes in 2001, which ranks fifth on the ASU single-season list for TD catches.

ASU Career Receiving Yards1.	2,993	John Jefferson, 1974-772.	2,694	Aaron Cox, 1984-873.	2,691	Keith Poole, 1993-964.	2,408	Eric Guliford, 1989-925.	2,403	Shaun McDonald, 2000-present6.	2,149	John Mistler, 1977-80

ASU Career Touchdown Catches1. 25 Keith Poole (1993-96) 25 Doug Allen (1981-84)3. 22 Steve Holden (1970-72)4. 21 J.D. Hill (1967-68, 1970) 21 John Mistler (1977-80)6. 20 Shaun McDonald (2000-present) 20 John Jefferson (1974-77)8. 17 Morris Owens (1972-74)9. 16 Aaron Cox (1984-87)10. 15 Lenzie Jackson (1995-98)

ASU Single-Season Receiving Yards (Catches)1. 1,144 Morris Owens (52), 19732. 1,104 Shaun McDonald (47), 20013. 1,082 Ron Fair (64), 19894. 1,036 Keith Poole (55), 19955. 1,009 J.D. Hill (61), 19706. 974 Greg Hudson (62), 1973 941 Shaun McDonald (55), 2002

ASU Single-Season Touchdown Catches1. 14 Doug Allen, 19842. 12 Steve Holden, 19723. 11 Keith Poole, 1996 11 J.D. Hill, 19705. 10 Shaun McDonald, 20016. 9 Shaun McDonald, 2002 9 Morris Owens, 1973

Single-Season Catches (Yards)1. 64 Ron Fair (1082), 19892. 62 Greg Hudson (974), 19733. 61 J.D. Hill (1009), 19704. 58 John Jefferson (968), 19775. 55 Shaun McDonald (941), 2002 55 Todd Heap (832), 1999 55 Lenzie Jackson (777), 1997 55 Keith Poole (1036), 1995 55 Eric Guliford (801), 1991

Sacking the QuarterbackArizona State's defense continues to lead the Pac-10 in sacks with 32 for a loss of 227 yards. The team had just 28 sacks all of last season, while ASU has also tallied 74 tackles for loss (344 yards) so far this year compared to 82 for a loss of 304 yards all of last year. Led by junior Terrell Suggs, the nation's leader in the category, the Sun Devils have turned in 13.0 sacks in the last three Oct. 12 vs. Oregon State.

Climbing the Career Sack ChartsJunior defensive end Terrell Suggs continues to lead the nation and the Pac-10 with 13.0 sacks this year. He turned in a career-high four sacks Oct. 5 vs. North Carolina, the most for a Sun Devil since Derrick Rodgers had 4.5 sacks in ASU's Rose Bowl-clinching win over California on Nov. 9, 1996.

Despite having a quiet game by his standards vs. Oregon with just three tackles, including one for a loss, Suggs' tackle on the Ducks' last play turned out to be his biggest of the year so far. Suggs hit UO quarterback Jason Fife on the pass play that resulted in junior Brett Hudson's interception.

On the watch list for both the Lombardi and Nagurski Awards this season, Suggs has moved into sole possession of second on the ASU career list with 33 sacks in his three years in Tempe. On ASU's single-season chart, Suggs' 13 sacks put him into third, surpassing the 12 sacks Derrick Rodgers (1996) and Vernon Maxwell (1982) each had. Suggs has a shot at breaking the school single-season mark, currently held by Al Harris who had 19 sacks in 1978, the Pac-10 Conference mark of 19, held by Tedy Bruschi of Arizona (1993) and Tim Ryan of USC (1989), and the NCAA mark, set by Dwight Freeney of Syracuse with 17.5 in 2001. The NCAA did not record sacks as an official statistic until 2000, while the Pac-10's defensive stats date back to 1984.

Suggs also continues to climb the ASU career chart for tackles for loss and is sixth on that list with 52 career tackles for loss. The team leader in each category in each of the last two seasons, he had two TFLs and a sack at Nebraska in ASU's season opener and three sacks in each of ASU's next two games.

Last year, the third-team Football News All-American and first-team All-Pac-10 selection led the Pac-10 in solo sacks and tied for first with four forced fumbles. He also finished second in total sacks (10 for 57 yards) and tackles for loss (18 for 79 yards) in 2001.

ASU Single-Season Sacks1. 	19	Al Harris, 19782.	14	Bob Kohrs, 19783.	13	Terrell Suggs, 20024.	12	Derrick Rodgers, 1996	12	Vernon Maxwell, 19826.	11	Shante Carver, 1991

ASU Career Sacks1. 41 Shante Carver, 1990-932. 33 Terrell Suggs, 2000-present3. 28 Vernon Maxwell, 1979-824. 26 Scott Stephen, 1983-865. 22 Bob Kohrs, 1978-796. 20 Jim Jeffcoat, 1979-82

ASU Career Tackles for Loss1. 58 Bob Kohrs, 1976-792. 57 Shante Carver, 1990-93 57 Al Harris, 1975-784. 56 Vernon Maxwell, 1979-825. 53 Adam Archuleta, 1997-006. 52 Terrell Suggs, 2000-present7. 46 Scott Stephen, 1983-86

Suggs' Game-by-Game in 2002Opponent Tackles (Solo) TFL Sacksat Nebraska 4 (2) 1.0-1 1-1Eastern Washington 5 (3) 2.0-20 3-20Central Florida 7 (6) 4.5-24 3-14at San Diego State 4 (3) 3.0-13 1-5Stanford* 3 (1) 0-0 0-0North Carolina* 7 (5) 4.5-32 4-31Oregon State 3 (2) 1.5-8 1-7at Oregon 3 (1) 1.0-2 0-0Totals 36 (23) 17.5-100 13-78* Suggs also had an interception vs. Stanford and two forced fumbles vs. North Carolina


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