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ET is fastest man on turf
Huskies beat Beavers, 38-17; Frederick sets record
By: Malamute, 18 October 2003

Charles "ET" Frederick and Astroturf go together like Hugh McElhenny and Don Heinrich once did. Frederick's 371 all purpose yards tonight broke the record McElhenny set in 1949 when he played at  Washington. Frederick caught 9 passes for 2 touchdowns and ran a punt back for a score as the Huskies beat the Oregon State Beavers 38-17 at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon.

McElhenny's former record of 362 all-purpose yards was set against Washington State almost 54 years ago.

Frederick's touchdown pass receptions went for 35 and 87 yards. He also ran a punt back 86 yards for a touchdown that gave the Dawgs a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.

While its defense held Oregon State (5-2) in check, the Huskies (4-3) climbed to a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, when TB Kenny James capped a 12-play, 72-yard drive with a 2-yard touchdown run.

Oregon State got on the board in the second quarter, with a touchdown and field goal, to narrow the score 14-10 at the break.

QB Cody Pickett and Frederick sealed the win for Washington, when Pickett combined with ET for 35-yard pass reception and a touchdown, which climaxed a 86-yard drive early in the third quarter. Ahead 21-10, the Huskies never looked back thanks to a dominating defense that held Steve Jackson, the conference's leading rusher, to just 49 rushing yards on the night. The Huskies intercepted QB Derek Anderson 3 times and sacked him 5 times for 29 yards.

The game was marred by 246 yards in penalties. OSU was flagged 15 times for 141 yards, and the Dawgs were flagged 11 times for 105 yards. Several times during the game, the officials spoke to the team captains, cautioning them about the smack talk that seemed to occur on every play.

In its prior six games, the UW has played torpidly in one half of each game, while outplaying its opponents in the other six halves. Tonight, the Dawgs put two well-played halves together for the first time this season.

Paradoxically, when the two teams met two years ago at Reser Stadium, a game that Washington lost,  it was Oregon State that appeared so much faster on Reser's Astrotruf carpet. Tonight the UW played lightening fast, particularly Charles "ET" Frederick, who had his best game as a Dawg. Frederick is in his junior year at the UW.

Team 1 2 3 4 Tot
Washington 7 7 14 10 38
OSU 0 10 0 7 17


Time Team How Player(s) Score
1st Q
8:32 UW TD Charles Frederick 86-yard punt return; Knudson kick. UW, 7-0
2nd Q        
12:37 UW TD Kenny James 2-yard run. 12 plays 72 yards. UW, 14-0
7:25 OSU TD Derek Anderson 5-yard run. Yliniemi kick. 12 plays, 80 yards UW, 14-7
4:11 OSU FG Kirk Yliniemi 39-yard field goal. 4 plays, 8 yards. UW 14-10
3rd Q        
10:17 UW TD Pickett 35-yard TD pass to Frederick. 10 plays, 86 yards. Knudson kick. UW 21-10
9:14 UW TD Pickett 1-yard pass to Ben Bandel. Knudson kick. UW 28-10
4th Q        
11:01 UW FG Knudson 38-yard field goal. 6 plays, 19 yards. UW 31-10
7:32 UW TD Pickett 87-yard pass to Frederick. 4 plays, 80 yards. Knudson kick. UW 38-10
4:37 OSU TD 7 plays, 80 yards. George Gillette 29-yard pass from Anderson. Kirk Yliniemi kick. UW 38-17


Statistic UW OSU
Total First Downs 21 21
  Passing 11 17
  Rushing 4 3
  Penalty 6 1
Total Net Yards 374 390
Net Yards Rushing 89 46
Net Yards Passing 285 384
Completions-attempted-int 19-41-1 21-48-3
Punts Average 33.5 37
Sacks by 5-29 1-4
Return Yardage    
  Punts Yards 4-101 4-14
  Kickoff Yards 3-54 1-18
  Interceptions Yards 3-20 1-30
Penalties Yards 11-105 15-141
Fumbles, Lost 1-0 0
Time of Possession  30:13 29:47

Passing cmp att yds tds int
OSU          
Derek Anderson 21 48 344 1 3
           
Washington          
Cody Pickett 19 40 285 3 1
Casey Paus 0 1 0 0 0
           
Rushing att yds tds long  
OSU          
Steven Jackson 22 49 0    
Dwight Wright, Jr. 2 14 0    
Derek Anderson 9 -17 1    
           
         
Washington Rushing att yds tds long
Rich Alexis 12 26 0    
Shelton Sampson 8 22 0    
Z. Tuiasosopo 1 1 0    
Kenny James 14 42 1    
Cody Pickett 1 -4 0    
Adam Seary 1 3 0    
           
Pass Receiving rec yds tds long
OSU        
James Newson 8 128 0  
Steven Jackson 5 53 0  
Cole Clasen 4 67 0  
George Gillette 2 63 1  
Mike Haas 1 30 0    
Tim Euhus 1 3 0    
           
Washington Pass Rec. rec yds tds long
Reggie Williams 8 64 0  
Charles Frederick 9 216 2 87
Quinton Daniels 1 4 0
Ben Bandel 1 1 1    
           
Punting punts yds long Avg
OSU
Carl Tobey 7 259 56 37  
Washington          
Garth Erickson 7 264 51 37.7  
Attendance 37034          

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