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Postgame Notes - Arizona

Nov 21, 2021

PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State closed out its home schedule with a 44-18 win over Arizona at Gesa Field Friday evening. Check out the postgame notes and top social media posts from the win.
 
TEAM NOTES
•      WSU is bowl eligible for the sixth time in the last seven years (2020)
•      WSU blocked a punt for the 1st time since 2020 at Oregon State (Dillion Sherman)
•      WSU recorded a safety for the 1st time since 2016 against Oregon (Hercules Mata'afa sack)
 
PLAYER NOTES
•      Notable consecutive start streaks: LT Liam Ryan (41), RT Abraham Lucas (41), MIKE Justus Rogers (27)
•      Jahad Woods and Justus Rogers both appeared in their 54th career game, tying Peyton Pelluer for most in WSU history
•      Travion Brown, Justus Rogers and Francisco Mauigoa started at linebacker, 2nd starts of the season for Brown and Mauigoa, both started against Stanford
•      Jayden de Laura threw for a career-high 4 TD (8, 43, 31, 78)
•      Max Borghi rushed for a career-high 139 yards and 2 TD (26,2), his 5th career 100-yard game and 1st since 2019
•      Borghi scored 2 TD to push his career TD total to 39, passing Gabe Marks (38) for 2nd-most in WSU history, trails Steve Broussard's record of 41
•      Borghi rushed for 2 TD, pushing his career rushing TD total to 30, 2nd-most in WSU history, trails Steve Broussard (33)
•      Travell Harris caught 6 passes to push his career reception total to 171, passing Jared Karstetter for 10th-most in WSU history
•      Harris caught 2 TD (8, 31) to push his team-leading total to 9, most in the Pac-12
•      Harris tallied 99 all-purpose yards to push his career total to 4,122, 4th-most in WSU history
•      Jahad Woods recorded 12 tackles, 1.5 for loss, forced a fumble and picked off a pass
•      Woods pushed his career tackle total to 415, 4th-most in WSU history
•      Woods recorded his 2nd forced fumble in as many weeks, his WSU record 10th career forced fumble
•      Woods recorded 1.5 tackles-for-loss to push his career total to 36, passing Peyton Pelluer and Rien Long for 7th-most in WSU history
•      Woods recorded his 4th-straight double-digit tackle effort, 5th of the season and 16th of his career
•      Quinn Roff recorded 2 tackles-for-loss including 1 sack
•      Christian Mejia recorded his 2nd career sack and 1st of the season
 
TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS