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Rose Bowl

Thursday, Jan. 1, 1998 at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

#8 Washington St. (Pac-10)706316
#1 Michigan (Big Ten)077721
1st; 03:17; Washington St.— Kevin McKenzie 15-yd pass from Ryan Leaf (Rian Lindell kick). 6 plays, 47 yards, 3:09.
2nd; 07:08; Michigan— Tai Streets 53-yd pass from Brian Griese (Jay Feely kick). 3 plays, 66 yards, 0:56.
3rd; 08:33; Washington St.— Shawn Tims 14-yd run (kick failed). 9 plays, 99 yards, 3:45.
3rd; 05:07; Michigan— Streets 58-yd pass from Griese (Kraig Baker kick). 7 plays, 80 yards, 3:26.
4th; 11:21; Michigan— Jerame Tuman 23-yd pass from Griese (Baker kick). 14 plays, 77 yards, 5:25.
4th; 07:25; Washington St.— Lindell 48-yd Field Goal. 8 plays, 49 yards, 3:56.
Favorite: Michigan by 71/2Attendance: 101,219
Field: GrassTime: 3:12
Weather: Hazy, 75 degrees, minimal wind

Team Statistics

 WSUMich.
Touchdowns23
Rushing10
Passing13
Kick returns00
Interception returns00
Safeties00
Time of possession27:4632:14
First downs1822
Rushing49
Passing1312
Penalties11
3rd down efficiency7 of 1510 of 17
4th down efficiency0 of 00 of 0
Total offense (net yards)398379
Plays6371
Average gain6.35.3
Carries/yards (includ. sacks)28/6741/128
Passing yards331251
Completions/attempts17/3518/30
Times sacked/yards lost4/281/15
Return yardage256
Punt returns/yards1/23/18
Kickoff returns/yards0/02/38
Interceptions/yards1/01/0
Fumbles/lost0/00/0
Penalties/yards4/434/40
Punts/average6/40.36/30.5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: WSU–Michael Black 7 carries for 24 yards, DeJuan Gilmore 8 for 20, Shawn Tims 1 for 14, Ryan Leaf 10 for 6, Jason Clayton 2 for 3. MICH–Chris Howard 19 for 70, Anthony Thomas 7 for 20, Chris Floyd 5 for 17, Brian Griese 7 for 13, Charles Woodson 2 for 6, Clarence Williams 1 for 2.

Passing: WSU–Ryan Leaf 17 for 35 for 331 yards and 1 INT. MICH–Brian Griese 18 for 30 for 251 yards and 1 INT.

Receiving: WSU–Chris Jackson 5 catches for 89 yards, Kevin McKenzie 5 for 78, Shawn McWashington 2 for 41, Shawn Tims 2 for 9, Nian Taylor 1 for 46, DeJuan Gilmore 1 for 42, Love Jefferson 1 for 8, Jason Clayton 0 for 18. MICH–Russell Shaw 6 for 49, Tai Streets 4 for 127, Jerame Tuman 2 for 33, Chris Howard 2 for 13, Anthony Thomas 1 for 14, Charles Woodson 1 for 7, Mark Campbell 1 for 7, Clarence Williams 1 for 1.


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