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Postgame Notes - Portland State

Sep 12, 2021

PULLMAN, Wash. (Sept. 12, 2021) - Washington State posted a 44-24 victory over Portland State at Gesa Field Saturday afternoon. Check out the postgame notes and top social media posts from the game.

•       10 players made their WSU debuts; Tyron Hill Jr (SS), CJ Moore (WR), Lucas Dunker Jr. (KO), Victor Gabalis (QB), Jaden Hicks (DB), Ben Wilson (ST), Carter Carlson (DL), Justin Anderson (DB), Tristan Souza (DL), Sam Carrell (DL)
•       3 players made their first career starts: Tyrone Hill Jr. (SS), Antonio Pule (DL), Konner Gomness (C)
•       Notable consecutive start streaks: WIL Jahad Woods (42), LT Liam Ryan (32), RT Abraham Lucas (32)
•       Max Borghi rushed 13 times for 59 yards and scored one touchdown (1)
•       Borghi now owns 22 career rushing touchdowns, tied for 4th-most in WSU history (Shaumbe Wright-Fair)
•       Borghi now owns 31 career total touchdowns, 4th-most in WSU history
•       Travell Harris caught 6 passes for 80 yards and 2 touchdowns (19, 13)
•       Harris had a 50-yard kick return, the 3rd-longest return of his career and 7th career return of 40+ yards
•       Harris recorded a career-long 22-yard punt return
•       Harris tallied 188 all-purpose yards, pushing his career all-purpose yards to 3,194, 10th-most in WSU history
•       Calvin Jackson Jr. caught 3 passes for 77 yards and a 22-yard touchdown, his 4th career TD and first since 2019
•       Jahad Woods made 5 tackles, upped his career tackle total to 337, 7th-most in WSU history
•       Woods made 1 tackle-for-loss, upping his career TFL total to 31.5, tied for 10th-most in WSU history
•       Justus Rogers recorded his 1st career interception
•       Tyrone Hill Jr. made his WSU debut, started at SS and made team-high 6 stops
•       Andrew Edson recorded his 1st career sack, and recovered a fumble for the second straight week
•       Konner Gomness started at center for his 1st career start
•       Mitchell Quinn caught his 1st career pass
•       Lucas Dunker Jr. made his collegiate debut, kicked off 7 times and recorded 3 touchbacks