Oct. 8, 2011
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--UCLA extended its winning streak against Washington State to four games.
--The Bruins have had at least one rushing touchdown in each of the last 12 games.
--Junior running back Johnathan Franklin produced his ninth-career, 100-yard rushing game.
--The 58-yard completion by redshirt junior quarterback Kevin Prince to senior Nelson Rosario late in the fourth quarter tied a career long for the Bruin quarterback and wide receiver.
--The two extra-point makes and attempts by senior walk-on kicker Tyler Gonzalez were the first two of his career.
--The two passing touchdowns by Prince marked his fourth-career contest with at least two passing TD's.
--The two rushing touchdowns by senior Derrick Coleman was the third time in his career that he had a multiple-TD contest.
--Rosario's 120-yard game was the third time in his career that he has surpassed 100 yards in receiving.
--The receiving touchdowns in the fourth quarter by redshirt senior Josh Smith and redshirt sophomore Shaq Evans were the first TD catches of their careers.
--The blocked PAT by sophomore defensive lineman Owamagbe Odighizuwa was the first one for the Bruins since 2009 at Arizona (Jerzy Siewierski).
--The interception by redshirt junior cornerback Andrew Abbott was the first of his career.
--The eight tackles by redshirt freshman linebacker Eric Kendricks were a career best.
--Tonight marked the first career starts for senior defensive back Jamie Graham and redshirt junior defensive tackle Donovan Carter.
--Junior quarterback Richard Brehaut left in the second quarter with a fracture in his lower left leg.
Washington State Notes
-- The Cougars have registered points on their opening drive in four of their five games this season.
-- Andrew Furney has kicked a field goal in all five games this season. His four field goals are a single-game career high. Furney is now 4-for-4 this season on field goals of 40-yards or more and has hit is last five attempts from 40-yards plus.
-- Damante Horton's interception was the first of his career.
-- Aaron Dunn recorded his first career reception.
-- Jared Karstetter's touchdown catch was the 16th of his career, moving him into a tie for 10th on WSU's top-10 career receiving touchdowns list. Karstetter finished with two catches to up his career catches to 130 and move into sole possesion of eighth place on WSU's all-time career receptions list.
-- Marquess Wilson set a career single-game high with nine catches, surpassing previous high of seven (USC last season).
-- Rickey Galvin caught his first career touchdown pass and set a career highs with 16 carries for 93 yards.
-- Isiah Barton tied a career-high with seven catches.