Oct. 16, 2010
The win was Washington's first-ever OT win at Husky Stadium and just the second played in Seattle. ASU beat UW 26-23 on Oct. 26, 2006 in the only other Seattle OT game. UW is 3-5 all-time in OT with their other two wins both coming on the road at Pullman in 1996 and 2002.
Jermaine Kearse recorded a UW record four touchdown receptions, breaking the previous high of three set on nine occasions. Kearse surpassed 100-yards receiving for the third time in his career.
Jake Locker set the record for most TD passes in a UW win with five. He is just the second Dawg to throw five TD's, equaling the all-time mark by Chris Rowland in a 54-49 loss at California on Oct. 6, 1973.
Chris Polk recorded his eighth career 100-yard rushing game, his third this season.
Washington snapped OSU's series record six-game win streak. It was Washington's first win over OSU since a 38-17 triumph in Corvallis in 2003. The last UW win vs. OSU at Husky Stadium was a 41-29 in 2002.
Joining Washington's season-long captains Senio Kelemete, Jake Locker, Mason Foster and Nate Williams as game day captains were freshman offensive lineman Colin Tanigawa and senior linebacker Victor Aiyewa.
Freshman Colin Porter made the first start of his UW career playing at right guard.
UW grabbed its first lead in the first quarter since taking the advantage at BYU on Sept. 4.
The interception by Desmond Trufant in the first quarter was just the second turnover of the season for the Beavers. It was Trufant's first pick of the season and the third of his career.
After his second TD catch of the game in the second quarter, Jermaine Kearse moved into a tie with Jerome Pathon and Spider Gaines for No. 3 on the all-time UW career touchdown reception list with 17. He only trails Mario Bailey (30) and Reggie Williams (22).
Nathan Fellner's third quarter interception was the first of his Husky career.
Sean Parker's interception in the end zone was the first of his Husky career.
Hau'oli Jamora was credited with his first career sack, one he shared with Cameron Elisara in the third quarter.
Oregon State Notes
Jacquizz Rogers went over 100 yards rushing for the 17th time in his career and the third time this season.
Rogers has scored a rushing touchdown in 11 straight games and 18 of the last 19.
Rogers moved to second all-time on OSU's career rushing touchdown list, passing Steven Jackson. Rogers has 42 career rushing scores, three more than Jackson and 17 shy of Ken Simonton.