Say hello to Frankie Luvu (pictured above).
By the way, the last time WSU blocked a field goal was in 2015 against Wyoming. The Cougar who blocked it? The same d-lineman as today -- Robert Barber.
• WSU’s 72-yard touchdown return of a blocked field goal was the first in school history, dating from the 1983 season.
• WSU scored its first touchdown on special teams since 2005 (Bumpus punt return TD at Nevada)
• WSU scored two touchdowns on special teams for first time since returning to punts for touchdowns against Idaho in 1973
• WSU rushed for 228 yards, the most under Mike Leach at WSU.
• WSU recorded its first fumble return for a touchdown since 2013 (Xavier Cooper, Oregon).
• DE Nnamdi Oguayo recorded his first career start.
• QB Tyler Hilinski, WR C.J. Dimry, OL Frederick Mauigoa and RB Alijah Lee each made their WSU debuts.
• WR Dezmon Patmon and Dimry recorded their first career receptions.
• James Williams' touchdown run was his first career touchdown.
• Williams rushed for 126 yards, the most since Dwight Tardy ran for 214 hashes at UCLA in 2007.
• Williams is the first freshman RB to post a 100-yard game since Tardy in 2006 Apple Cup
• Luke Falk tossed three touchdown passes, upping his career total to 62, fourth in WSU history.
• Falk threw for 226 yards. He now has 7,549 hashes, passing Cougar legends Drew Bledsoe and Ryan Leaf for fifth in program history.
• Gabe Marks caught his 28th career TD -- third-most in WSU history and tied for 11th-most in Pac-12 history.
• Mark caught seven passes for 59 yards, his WSU-best total now stands at 254, fourth-most in Pac-12 history.
• River Cracraft caught four passes for 42 yards. He has caught a pass in 32 straight games.
Here are the official stats from WSU’s win over Idaho: