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Postgame Notes - California

Oct 2, 2022

PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State improved to 4-1 with a 28-9 win over California at Gesa Field Saturday afternoon. Check out the postgame notes from the win.
•      WSU improved to 4-1 for the first time since 2018
•      WSU tallied seven tackles-for-loss including four sacks
•      WSU held Cal running back Jaydn Ott to 69 yards after entering the game averaging 115.8 rushing yard/g
•      Josh Meredith (WR) made his collegiate debut on offense early in the second quarter, made 1st career catch in 3rd quarter
•      Cameron Ward threw for 343 yards and three touchdowns (17, 37, 1)
•      Jaylen Jenkins recorded his 1st career rushing TD, a 2-yard score in the second quarter, had season-high 41 rush yards
•      Renard Bell set season-highs with eight catches and 115 receiving yards, his sixth career 100-yard game
         Bell's 37-yard TD catch was his second of the season and No. 18 of his career, tying for 10th-most in WSU history
•      WR Robert Ferrel made his 1st start as a Coug, caught six passes for 79 yards including 17-yard TD
•      Billy Riviere III caught his 1st career TD (1-yard), WSU's first TD by a tight end since Andre Lintz against UNLV in 2011
•      Daiyan Henley recorded six tackles including one for loss, now owns 9.5 for the season
•      Jaden Hicks tallied a game-high 10 tackles, his third straight game with double-digit tackles
•      Armani Marsh made a season-high seven tackles with one pass breakup
•      Christian Mejia recorded his 1st full sack of the season
•      Nusi Malani made his first two tackles as a Coug including his first career sack
•      Nick Haberer punted five times and put a career-best three punts inside the 20