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Washington at Stanford
Release: 11/03/2007
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Nov. 3, 2007

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  • Weather: Sunny, Clear, high of 81 degrees, 22 percent humidity.

  • Game Captains: Greyson Gunheim, Louis Rankin, Jordan Reffett and Anthony Russo.

  • Today's game marked the first for Tyrone Willingham in the newly-remodeled & rebuilt Stanford Stadium (which opened last season). Since leaving The Farm following the 2001 season, Willingham entered the game with a 3-1 record against his former employer.

  • UW Offensive Starters: Anthony Russo, WR; Cody Habben, LT; Ryan Tolar, LG; Juan Garcia, C; Casey Bulyca, RG; Chad Macklin, RT; Jake Locker, QB; Louis Rankin, TB; Paul Homer, FB; Marcel Reece, WR

  • UW Defensive Starters: Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, DE; Jordan Reffett, DT; Erick Lobos, DT; Greyson Gunheim, DE; Dan Howell, OLB; Trenton Tuiasosopo, ILB; E.J. Savannah, OLB; Darin Harris, FS; Mesphin Forrester, SS; Byron Davenport, CB; Roy Lewis, CB.

  • Erick Lobos earned his first career start at defensive tackle. The Stanford game marked his 32nd appearance in four seasons as a Husky.

  • Jake Locker surpassed the Washington school record for rushing yards by a quarterback on his 17-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. He surpassed Dennis Fitzpatrick, who rushed for 697 yards in 1974. Locker entered the game with 694 yards - just three shy of Fitzpatrick.

  • Louis Rankin surpassed the 100-yard mark for the second time this season and the seventh time in his career. His last 100-yard performance was a 147-yard performance at Syracuse.

  • Ryan Perkins connected on a 41-yard field goal in the second period, the second-longest of his career at UW.

  • Jared Ballman attempted the first field goal of his career with :10 seconds left in the second period - a 47-yard attempt that missed wide right.

  • Washington either led or was tied at halftime in seven of its nine games this season - after leading the Cardinal by a 10-3 margin.

  • E.J. Savannah registered his first career sack early in the third period.

  • Jordan Muchison saw his first action on the Husky defense this season in the third period. He played briefly on special teams during the Arizona game the previous week.

  • Johnie Kirton registered his first reception of the season in UW's first drive of the third quarter - a 10 yard catch for a first down.

  • Washington surpassed the 400-yard mark in total offense for the third-straight game and the fifth time this season. The high on the year was the 572-yard effort against Arizona and the second (before today) was the 444-yard outing at Syracuse in the season opener.

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