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Game Notes From UW-Oregon State
Release: 10/18/2008
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Washington's game captains for today's game were tight end Michael Gottlieb, fullback Paul Homer, defensive tackle Johnie Kirton and defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim.

Freshman tailback Terrance Dailey started for the Huskies, his first career start (he made just his first career appearance in the Huskies' last game, at Arizona). He became the ninth different true freshman to start a game this year for the Huskies. The others: TB Chris Polk, WR Devin Aguilar, TB David Freeman, WR Jermaine Kearse, TE Kavario Middleton, S Johri Fogerson, DT Senio Kelemete and DT Alameda Ta'amu.

Dailey also became the fourth different player to start a game at tailback for the UW this season, joining fellow true freshmen Freeman and Chris Polk and redshirt freshman Willie Griffin.

Senior defensive tackle Johnie Kirton started today. It was his first career start as a defensive player. He'd previously started at tight end.

Jared Ballman's 45-yard field goal in the first quarter was the first made field goal by the Huskies since a 35-yarder in the season-opener at Oregon. The Huskies didn't attempt a field goal vs. BYU, Stanford or Arizona and missed all three tries vs. Oklahoma.

The field goal was also the longest by a Husky since Ryan Perkins made a 45-yarder last season vs. California, and was Ballman's first career made field goal.

Husky wideout D'Andre Goodwin, who finished today's game with five receptions for 138 yards, was the first 100-yard receiver of the season for the UW. He surpassed the 100-yard mark late in the second quarter. Goodwin has led the Huskies in receiving yards in five of six games this season, all but the Arizona game, when he played only sparingly due to injury.

The last time the Huskies had a 100-yard receiver was in last season's Apple Cup vs. Washington State, when Anthony Russo compiled 102 receiving yards.

Husky quarterback Ronnie Fouch set a new career-high with 276 yards passing today. His previous high, 186 yards, was set in the Stanford game, when he came in off the bench for injured starter Jake Locker.

Dailey, the Huskies' freshman tailback, finished with 102 yards, a career high and the first time this season that a Husky runner eclipsed the 100-yard mark. The last Husky to rush for 100 yards in a game was Louis Rankin (145 yards) in last season's finale at Hawai'i.

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