Some eye-popping numbers from WSU spring game

WASHINGTON STATE QUARTERBACK Luke Falk racked up 323 passing yards, completing 26 of 33 attempts in just a little over 2 1/2 quarters in Saturday's Crimson and Gray game. But it certainly wasn't all bad when it came to the Cougs' passing defense. Indeed, the crimson team's D posted six pass break ups and snared three interceptions. Here's a look at all the stats from the spring game.

Wide receiver Dom Williams (pictured above) racked up eight receptions for 164 yards and two TDs for the crimson squad on Saturday, while running back Keith Harrington had a game-high 10 receptions for the gray team.

Defensively, the Cougs collectively posted nine sacks, with Destiny Vaeao, Darryl Paulo and Dylan Hanser each collecting two sacks.

Linebacker Peyton Pelluer was the leading spring game tackler for the second straight year, posting eight tackles (three solo) on Saturday. Charleston White, Greg Hoyd and Willie Roach had interceptions.

Washington State will hold their final practice of the spring on Tuesday.

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