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Originally published November 1, 2005 at 12:00 AM | Page modified November 1, 2005 at 12:30 AM

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Next up for WSU football: Arizona St.

Next up for WSU football: Arizona St.

Next up for WSU football: Arizona St.
Stat leaders
Passing PC-PA-PI Yds. TD
R. Carpenter 60-76-1 845 8
Rushing TCB-Yds. Avg. TD
K. Herring 93-555 6.0 5
R. Burgess 91-383 4.2 3
Receiving No.-Yds. Avg. TD
D. Hagen 55-830 15.1 6
R. Burgess 37-354 9.6 4
Tackles Solo Ast. Sa.
D. Robinson 47 31 3
Arizona St. @ WSU

2 p.m. Saturday at Martin Stadium

Coach: Dirk Koetter, eighth season, 30-27.

Player to watch, Rudy Carpenter: The redshirt freshman got his first start Saturday against Washington, completing 27 of 34 passes for 401 yards and three touchdowns, all to senior Matt Miller. He was named Pac-10 offensive player of the week and set an ASU record for completion percentage. Carpenter started because Sam Keller is out for the season with an injured thumb that requires surgery.

Last week: Arizona State snapped a three-game losing streak by beating Washington 44-20.

Craig Smith

Date Opponent
Sept. 1 Beat Temple, 63-16
Sept. 10 Lost to LSU, 35-31
Sept. 17 Won vs. NW, 52-21
Sept. 24 Won at Ore. St., 42-24
Oct. 1 Lost to USC 38-28
Oct. 8 Lost to Oregon, 31-17
Oct. 22 Lost at Stanford, 45-34
Oct. 29 Won vs. UW, 44-20
Nov. 5 at Washington St.
Nov. 12 at UCLA
Nov. 25 Arizona

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