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WSU INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Records – Individual

sIngle-gaMe reCords - offense

RUSHING

rushIng atteMPs (30+)

1. 42 Jerome Harrison, UCLA, 2004

2. 41 Steve Broussard, Oregon, 1989

3. 39 Rueben Mayes, Oregon, 1984

4. 38 Jerome Harrison, Arizona State, 2005

5. 37 Michael Black, Washington, 1997

37 Kevin Brown, Stanford, 1998

37 Dwight Tardy, UCLA, 2007

8. 36 Ken Grandberry, Stanford, 1972

36 Jonathan Smith, UCLA, 2003

36 Jerome Harrison, Washington, 2005

11. 34 Rich Swinton, Arizona State, 1988

34 Rich Swinton, Stanford, 1988

34 Dave Minnich, Oregon State, 2001

34 Jerome Harrison, UCLA, 2005

15. 33 Steve Broussard, Houston, 1988

16. 32 Andres Jones, Oregon, 1973

17. 31 Richard Bower, Oregon State, 1950

31 Clancy Williams, Oregon State, 1964

31 Steve Hamilton, Oregon, 1972

31 Kerry Porter, California, 1983

31 Rueben Mayes, Oregon State, 1984

31 Rich Swinton, Washington, 1988

31 Steve Broussard, California, 1989

31 Jerome Harrison, Oregon State, 2005

25. 30 Charles Beckel, Washington, 1952

30 Chuck Hawthorne, Illinois, 1969

30 Richard Smith, Washington, 1969

30 Kerry Porter, Washington, 1983

30 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, Montana, 1992

net rushIng yards (187+)

1. 357 Rueben Mayes, Oregon, 1984

2. 261 Bernard Jackson, Oregon, 1971

3. 260 Jerome Harrison, UCLA, 2005

4. 247 Jerome Harrison, UCLA, 2004

5. 240 Jerome Harrison, Arizona State, 2005

6. 218 Tali Ena, Oregon State, 1979

218 Jerome Harrison, Stanford, 2005

8. 216 Rueben Mayes, Stanford, 1984

9. 214 Michael Black, California, 1996

214 Dwight Tardy, UCLA, 2007

11. 207 Jerome Harrison, Washington, 2005

12. 205 Steve Broussard, Oregon, 1989

13. 202 Kevin Brown, Stanford, 1998

14. 201 Rueben Mayes, Ball State, 1984

15. 195 Dave Minnib +ch, Oregon State, 2001

16. 194 Larry Eilmes, Villanova, 1965

194 Ron Cheatham, California, 1974

194 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, Washington, 1992

19. 193 Rich Swinton, Arizona State, 1988

20. 190 Steve Broussard, California, 1988

21. 187 Steve Broussard, California, 1989

total 100+ gaMes: 191 games by 58 players.

Most 100+ gaMes: Wright-Fair 15, Harrison 15, Broussard

14, Mayes 13, Black 11, Porter 10, Grandberry 9,

Harris 9, Jones 6, Jackson 6, Swington 6, Madu 6

total 170+ gaMes: 31 by 19 players.

Most 170+ gaMes: Harrison 5, Mayes 4, Broussard 4, Black

3, Kennedy 1, Berry 1, Beckel 1, Williams 1, Matthews

1, Swinton 1, Wright-Fair 1, Cheatham 1,

Eilmes 1, Brown 1, Ena 1, Jackson 1, Green 1,

Minnich 1, Tardy 1.

average/atteMPt (Min. 8)

1. 14.0 Don Paul, Oregon, 1948 (10/140)

2. 13.1 Chris Bruhn, Idaho, 2003 (9/118)

3. 12.4 Bernard Jackson, Oregon, 1971 (12/261)

4. 12.3 Louis Blakeley, Idaho, 1961 (9/111)

5. 12.0 Clancy Williams, San Jose State, 1964 (11/132)

6. 11.8 Talmadge Washington, Texas, 1954 (8/94)

7. 10.2 Steve Hamilton, Idaho, 1972 (9/92)

8. 10.1 Jonathan Smith, Idaho, 2002 (12/121)

9. 10.0 Steve Broussard, California, 1988 (19/190)

10.0 Frank Madu, Nebraska, 1995 (9/90)

touChdowns

1. 5 James Matthews, Idaho, 1982

2. 4 Rueben Mayes, Stanford, 1984

4 Rueben Mayes, Montana State, 1985

4 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, Temple, 1992

4 Deon Burnett, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1999

4 Dave Minnich, Arizona, 2001

4 John Tippins, Montana State, 2001

8. 3 Steve Broussard, BYU, 1989

3 Steve Broussard, Oregon, 1991

3 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, Fresno State, 1991

3 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, Washington, 1992

3 Dave Minnich, Arizona, 2001

3 Jonathan Smith, Idaho, 2002

3 Jonathan Smith, UCLA, 2003

3 Jerome Harrison, UCLA, 2004

3 Jerome Harrison, Grambling State, 2005

3 Jerome Harrison, Oregon State, 2005

3 13 players prior to 1982

long rush (70+)

1. 87 Chuck Morrell, Pacific, 1958

87 Frank Madu, Nebraska, 1995

3. 85 Frank Madu, Montana State, 1993

85 Albert Kennedy, Arizona, 1994

5. 84 Byron Bailey, UCLA, 1949

6. 83 Harold Haddock, San Jose State, 1960

83 Glen Shaw, Idaho, 1966

83 Porter Lainhart, Hawaii, 1992

9. 81 Bob Kennedy, Montana, 1942

10. 80 Richard Hanley, Montana, 1919

80 Tali Ena, Oregon, 1979

80 Jermaine Green, UCLA, 2002

80 Jerome Harrison, Idaho, 2005

80 Chris Ivory, Idaho, 2006

15. 79 DeJuan Gilmore, Boise State, 1998

16. 78 Ed Goddard, Idaho, 1936

78 Bernard Jackson, Arizona, 1971

18. 77 Rick Chase, Oregon, 1984

19. 75 Oscar Jones, College of Idaho, 1928

75 Keith Simon, Willamette, 1935

75 Clancy Williams, Arizona, 1963

75 Dennis Cadigan, Oregon, 1964

75 Ray Williams, California, 1978

75 Ray Williams, Arizona State, 1979

All-American Rueben Mayes rushed for a then-NCAA record 357 yards in a 50-41 victory at Oregon,

October 27, 1984.

2008 Cougar football MedIa guIde

75 Jermaine Green, USC, 2002

26. 73 Don Paul, Oregon, 1948

73 Talmadge Washington, Texas, 1954

73 Bernard Jackson, Utah, 1971

73 Deon Burnett, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1999

30. 72 Mike Washington, Oregon State, 1978

31. 71 Howard Moses, Idaho, 1932

71 Steve Broussard, Stanford, 1989

33. 70 Frank Skadan, Idaho, 1919

70 John Browne, Stanford, 1961

70 Junior Tautalatasi, Montana State, 1985

100-yard rushIng gaMes

1. 15 Shaumbe Wright-Fair, 1989-92

15 Jerome Harrison, 2004-05

3. 14 Steve Broussard, 1986-89

4. 13 Rueben Mayes, 1982-85

5. 11 Michael Black, 1996-97

6. 10 Kerry Porter, 1982-86

7. 9 Ken Grandberry, 1971-73

9 Tim Harris, 1979-82

9. 6 Bernard Jackson, 1970-71

6 Andrew Jones, 1972-74

6 Rich Swinton, 1987-90

6 Frank Madu, 1993-95

100-yard rushIng gaMes -

ConseCutIve

1. 14 Jerome Harrison, 2004-05

(also Pacific-10 Conference record)

PASSING

Pass atteMPts (45+)

1. 66 Drew Bledsoe, Montana, 1992

2. 59 Alex Brink, Oregon State, 2005

3. 56 Alex Brink, Arizona, 2007

4. 54 Alex Brink, Washington, 2006

5. 52 Jack Thompson, California, 1976

6. 51 Timm Rosenbach, Colorado, 1987

51 Chad DeGrenier, Oregon, 1993

8. 50 Jack Thompson, USC, 1976

50 Alex Brink, Arizona State, 2007

10. 49 Timm Rosenbach, Michigan, 1987

49 Ryan Leaf, Arizona State, 1997

12. 48 Jerry Henderson, Oregon, 1968

48 Chad Davis, USC, 1995

14. 47 Ty Paine, USC, 1970

47 Jack Thompson, Kansas, 1977

47 Matt Kegel, Stanford, 2003

47 Matt Kegel, USC, 2003

47 Alex Brink, San Diego State, 2007

47 Alex Brink, Stanford, 2007

20. 46 Ryan Leaf, UCLA, 1996

46 Ryan Leaf, Arizona, 1997

46 Alex Brink, USC, 2006

46 Alex Brink, UCLA, 2007

24. 45 Drew Bledsoe, Washington, 1990

45 Alex Brink, California, 2007

45 Alex Brink, Oregon State, 2007

Shaumbe Wright-Fair rushed for a career-high 194 yards and three touchdowns against Washington

in his final home game, one of 15 100-plus games during his career.

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