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Postgame Notes - at Stanford

Nov 6, 2022

STANFORD, Calif. (November 5, 2022) - Washington State posted a 52-14 win at Stanford Saturday afternoon. Check out the postgame notes of the win.
•      WSU scored 21 points in the first quarter for the second time this season (Colorado State)
•      WSU recorded their first 21-point quarter on the ROAD since scoring 21 in the second quarter at Utah in 2020SU
•      WSU returned a fumble for a touchdown for the first time since 2018 (Kainoa Wilson, end zone, Arizona)
•      WSU's 42 first-half points are the most in a half since scoring 55 in the first half against Arizona in 2018
•      WSU's 52 points were the most scored in a conference game since 54 against Oregon State in 2019, most in a road conference game since scoring 56 at Oregon State in 2018
•      WSU's four fumble recoveries are the most takeways since tallying five in last year's Apple Cup, the most fumble recoveries since recovering four against Northern Colorado in 2019
•      WSU's 306 rushing yards are the most since rushing for 344 against Idaho in 2006
•      WSU's 514 yards of total offense was a season-high and most since 2019 against Oregon State (641)
•      WSU's 52 points are the most scored against Stanford in series history
•      WSU recorded its sixth straight win over Stanford, second-longest winning streak against Stanford (8, 1957-64)
•      Six players made their collegiate debuts: John Matter (QB), Zack Miller (LT), Tre Horner (WR), Cameron Johnson (TE), Djouvensky Schlenbaker (RB), Tre Horner (WR)
•      Cameron Ward scored his third rushing touchdown of the season, a 15-yard rushing scored in the first quarter
•      Ward threw for 176 yards and two touchdowns
•      John Matter threw his first career touchdown pass on his first career drive, second career pass
•      Nakia Watson had a career-long 65-yard rush in the first quarter, the longest since Marcus Mason's 65-yard TD run against Idaho State in 2011
•      Watson rushed for 166 yards, his second career 100-yard game (117, Idaho, 2022), the most rushing yards by a Coug since Dwight Tardy rushed for 214 against UCLA in 2007
•      Leyton Smithson scored his first career touchdown, a three-yard rushing TD
•      Anderson Grover caught his first career touchdown, a seven-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter
•      Donovan Ollie caught his third touchdown pass of the season
•      Orion Peters caught his first career touchdown pass
•      TE Billy Riviere III made his second start of the season (at USC)
•      Francisco Mauigoa forced his second and third fumbles of the season
•      Daiyan Henley recovered his first fumble of the season, fourth of his career
•      Travion Brown recorded his first career sack, matched a career-high with season-high 8 tackles