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WSU scores late, keeps Apple Cup
Published November 20, 2005
SEATTLE - Trandon Harvey, who had earlier fumbled a punt to help Washington take the lead for the first time, caught a short pass from Alex Brink and ran 38 yards for the winning score with 1 minute, 20 seconds remaining Saturday to give Washington State the Apple Cup with a 26-22 win.
The thrilling finish capped a wild final 31 minutes in which there were four lead changes. It also ended Washington State's seven-game losing streak.
Harvey used a key block from fellow receiver Greg Prator for the deciding score, which gave the Cougars their second straight win over the Huskies after six consecutive Apple Cup losses.
Washington State's Jerome Harrison, the nation's rushing leader, ran for 207 yards on 36 carries - 192 over the final three quarters. The Cougars won the Apple Cup in Seattle for the first time since 1997, when Ryan Leaf led them through the Huskies to the Rose Bowl.
There will be no bowl of any kind for the Cougars this season, though. They finished with their worst conference record since 1999. Yet the wild, stomping celebration that ensued on Washington's "W" logo at midfield gave no hint of that.
The Cougars stomping led some Washington players to charge from their sideline and confront them, with a few brief shoving matches within the mass of 100-plus players.
Washington finished 2-8 overall and 1-7 in the Pac-10 in coach Tyrone Willingham's debut season - an improvement over last year when they went 1-10, 0-8.
No. 10 Oregon 56, Oregon State 14
EUGENE, Ore. - Freshman Jonathan Stewart had a pair of touchdowns, including a 97-yard kickoff return to open the second half, as the host Ducks dominated their rival in a foggy edition of the Civil War.
Stewart also ran for a 1-yard touchdown in the first half as Oregon won its seventh straight game and kept hopes for an at-large BCS bowl invitation alive.
The 109th version of the rivalry established in 1894 was shrouded in fog so thick it was difficult at times to see the ball. The public address announcer at Autzen Stadium opened the second half by proclaiming: "Somewhere down there the Ducks will receive."
CALIFORNIA 27, STANFORD 3: Marshawn Lynch ran for 123 yards and a touchdown, and first-time starter Steve Levy passed for 125 yards and another score as the visiting Bears won their fourth straight over the Cardinal in the 108th Big Game.