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Postgame Notes - Stanford

Oct 17, 2021

PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State posted a 34-31 win over Stanford at Gesa Field Saturday afternoon. Check out the postgame notes and top social media posts from the win.

•       WSU recorded its 1st three-game winning streak since the start of the 2019 season
•       WSU recorded its 1st three-game conference winning streak since winning 7 straight in 2018
•       WSU beat Stanford for the 5th straight meeting for the 1st time since winning 8 straight (1957-64)
•       WSU recorded 2 more takeaways (2 fumbles) to push season total to 15
•       WSU overcame its 1st double-digit 1st quarter deficit since trailing 14-0 in at Oregon State in 2016 win
•       Travion Brown, Justus Rogers and Francisco Mauigoa each started, 1st career start for Mauigoa, 6th career start for Brown
•       Notable consecutive start streaks: LT Liam Ryan (37), RT Abraham Lucas (37), MIKE Justus Rogers (24)
•       Jayden de Laura threw 3 TD passes, his 4th game this season with 3+ passing TD
•       Max Borghi scored his 24th and 25th career rushing TDs, passing Rueben Mayes and tying Jerome Harrison for 2nd-most in WSU history
•       Borghi scored his 33rd and 34th career total TD, passing Jason Hill for 3rd-most in WSU history
•       Travell Harris caught his 5th TD of the season, 13th of his career
•       Harris tallied 107 all-purpose yards, pushing career all-purpose yards to 3,662, 5th-most in WSU history
•       Calvin Jackson Jr. caught his 4th TD pass of the season, 7th of his career
•       De'Zhaun Stribling caught his 3rd TD pass of the season
•       Jahad Woods did not start (WSU started in a dime package), snapping his 46-game starting streak             
•       Justus Rogers matched a season-high with 8 tackles, set a season-high with 3 tackles-for-loss
•       Kyle Thornton made a career-high 6 tackles
•       Ron Stone Jr. recorded a pair of tackles-for-loss including a sack, leads team with 8.5 tackles-for-loss and 4 sacks
•       Brennan Jackson made a season-high 6 tackles including a sack and a fumble recovery
•       Ahmir Crowder forced his 2nd career fumble
•       Antonio Pule recorded his 1st career sack
•       Quinn Roff recorded his 1st sack of the season and 2nd of his career