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Postgame Notes - at Arizona State

Oct 31, 2021

TEMPE, Ariz. - Washington State recorded a 34-21 road win at Arizona State Saturday afternoon. Check out the postgame notes and top social media posts from the win.

•       Acting Head Coach Jake Dickert earned his 1st career win
•       WSU records its 2nd win in Tempe since 2001, won 37-32 in 2016
•       WSU records its 4th-straight conference win, most since winning 7 straight in 2018
•       WSU's defense recorded 5 takeaways (3 FUM, 2 INT), the most since forcing 7 turnovers at Utah in 2017
•       WSU held Arizona State to 21 points, the fewest allowed at ASU since allowing 16 in 2001 (last 9 meetings), fewest allowed to ASU overall since allowing 19 in 2003, a 34-19 win in Pullman
•       WSU carried 42 carries 166 yards and 2 TD, the most carries by a WSU team since 2010 at Oregon State (61) and a season-high in rush yards
•       Notable consecutive start streaks: LT Liam Ryan (39), RT Abraham Lucas (39), MIKE Justus Rogers (26)
•       Jayden de Laura threw for 234 yards and 2 TD (28, 45) upping Pac-12 leading total to 17 passing TD, also had a 1-yard rush TD
•       Max Borghi rushed for 67 yards on 12 carries and caught 2 passes for 17 yards
•       Deon McIntosh carried a WSU-career high 18 times for 68 yards and a 1-yard TD
•       Travell Harris tallied 61 all-purpose yards, pushing his career all-purpose yards to 3,811, passing Shaumbe Wright-Fair for 4th-most in WSU history
•       Calvin Jackson Jr. caught 8 passes for a career-high 139 yards with 1 TD (45), his 1st career 100-yard game
•       Jahad Woods recorded 11 tackles to push his career total to 391, passing Deone Bucannon for 4th-most in WSU history
•       Woods' 11 tackles were his 2nd-straight double-digit tackle game, 3rd of the season and 14th of his career
•       Justus Rogers made 5 tackles, forced a fumble (2nd of the season) and recovered another (1st of his career)
•       Ron Stone Jr. recorded 6 tackles including 2 TFL, team-leading 10.5 TFL including team-leading 5th sack of the season
•       Chau Smith-Wade picked off his 1st career pass
•       Jaylen Watson picked off his 2nd pass of the season