Odds And Ends

Oct. 18, 2003

Washington wide receiver Charles Frederick had 9 catches for 216 yards and 2 touchdowns; that was the most receiving yards ever allowed by Oregon State. The highest previous total had been 215 yards by Washington State's Ed Barker in 1951. Frederick's 371 all-purpose yards (216 yards receiving, 202 yards punt returns, 54 yards kickoff returns) is a Washington school record; the old record was 362 yards by Hugh McElhenny against Washington State in 1949. Frederick's 86-yard punt return was the sixth-longest in Washington history.

Oregon State middle linebacker Richard Seigler set Oregon State's school record for defensive points in a career. Seigler had 61 points against Washington, giving him 1,191 for his career; that broke the record of 1,167 set by defensive end Inoke Breckterfield from 1995-98. Seigler's pass interception against the Huskies was the seventh of his career.

Oregon State running back Steven Jackson had a string of 11 straight regular-season games with at least 100 yards rushing stopped. Jackson did move up Oregon State's list of single-season rushing leaders with his 22 carries for 49 yards; he now has 926 yards rushing this season, putting him in 10th place on OSU's single-season list. Jackson did have 102 all-purpose yards; that gives him 13th place on OSU's single-season list.

Oregon State quarterback Derek Anderson passed for 344 yards; that gives him 2,013 yards passing for the season and moves him up to eighth place on OSU's list of single-season leaders. Anderson nowhas 1,991 yards total offense this season, good for 10th place on OSU's list of single-season leaders. Anderson now has 8 touchdown passes this season, moving him into a tie for 13th place on OSU's list of single-season leaders. For his career, Anderson now has 5,311 yards of total offense in his career; that moved him past running back Ken Simonton (5,044 yards, 1999-2001) on OSU's list of career leaders; he trails only quarterbacks Jonathan Smith and Erik Wilhelm, both of whom had over 9,000 yards total offense.

Oregon State wide receiver James Newson caught a pass in his 31st consecutive game. Newson had 8 catches for 123 yards; that gives him 757 yards receiving this season and moves him into 10th place on OSU's all-time list of single-season leaders. Newson now has 3,105 all-purpose yards in his career, which moves him into sixth place on OSU's list of all-time leaders.

Saturday's loss ended a 7-game home winning streak for Oregon State. The Beavers have won 26 of their last 30 games at Reser Stadium.

Saturday's crowd of 37,034 was the 21st consecutive sellout at Reser Stadium; the first game of the sellout streak was OSU's 31-21 win over eighth-ranked Southern California on Sept. 30, 2000.

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