COUGS DEFEAT ZONA: Game Notes

KRISTOFF WILLIAMS: 4 catches for 42 yards

JUSTIN SAGOTE posted a career-high 12 tackles and Connor Halliday continued his assault on the record book Saturday in WSU's nail biter over Arizona. Here are a host of other notable nuggets that came out of the donnybrook in the desert ...

  • WSU had 10+ receivers record a catch for the eighth straight game, have had 10+ receivers catch a pass in nine games this season.

  • Dom Williams was the Cougs' leading receiver with 7 catches for 75 yards. Vince Mayle was next with 5 for 50 yards.

  • WSU scored its 10th rushing touchdown of the season, the most since 13 in 2011.

  • WSU has now recorded three conference road wins for the first time since 2006.

  • Connor Halliday upped his career touchdown pass total to 46, tying Drew Bledsoe for fifth all time.

  • Halliday passed for 319 yards, giving him 3,417 for the season, third-most in WSU history.

  • Halliday recorded his 12th career 300-yard game, and seventh this season.

  • Halliday has completed 341 passes this season, most in WSU single-season history, surpassing Alex Brink.

  • Halliday's 435 pass attempts are second-most in WSU single-season history.

  • Marcus Mason rushed for his second touchdown this season. His 15-yard scamper in the first quarter was the longest WSU touchdown run since Rickey Galvin's 48-yard score against UNLV in 2011.

  • Mason was a workhorse, rushing 11 times for 63 yards and catching 7 passes for 20.

  • Andrew Furney kicked field goal No. 42 of his career, fourth-most in school history.

  • Freshman River Cracraft caught his second touchdown pass of the season, and did Isiah Myers, whose late grab and run proved to be the winning points.

  • Deone Bucannon made 11 tackles to up his career total to 366, fourth-most in WSU history.

  • Bucannon tallied his 16th career double-digit tackle performance.

  • Justin Sagote made a career-high 12 tackles
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