Oct. 18, 2003
The seven points scored by both teams in the first half was the lowest point total since September 30, 2000, when Arizona led the Cardinal 7-0 at the intermission. The last time the Cardinal was shut out in the first half was October 16, 1999, at Stanford Stadium vs. Oregon State (OSU led 7-0).
The 36-yard pass play from Trent Edwards to Gerren Crochet was Stanford's longest play of the season. The previous long was a 31-yard pass from Luke Powell to Mark Bradford vs. BYU.
Washington State was the Cardinal's third straight nationally-ranked opponent and second consecutive top-10 team. In its previous two games, Stanford has played at then No. 18 Washington and then No. 9 USC. WSU is currently ranked No. 6.
WSU rushed for only 70 yards, marking the third time in five games that Stanford has held its opponent to less than 100 yards rushing.
Greg Camarillo recorded career-highs in catches (6) and yards gained (64) in a game. Camarillo's long catch of the day was 15 yards.
Freshman wide receiver Mark Bradford also enjoyed a career-day with four catches for 50 yards. He caught one touchdown pass (his first as a Cardinal) for 12 yards from Chris Lewis with 6:11 left in the game.
Quarterback Chris Lewis threw his 27th career touchdown pass with 6:11 left in the game. Lewis threw a 12-yard TD toss to Mark Bradford. For Lewis, his 27 touchdown throws is still ninth-best in school history, and only one behind Bobby Garrett (1951-53) with 28.
Washington State has now won the last three games against Stanford, all at Stanford Stadium. In 2001, the Cougars scored a 45-39 decision and followed it up with a 36-11 decision in 2002.
Stanford has now lost its last seven games vs teams ranked in the Top 25. That includes three games this year (Washington, USC, Washington State).
No Stanford tight end caught a pass against Washington State, the first time that has happened this season.