Washington State redshirt senior Anthony Gordon was named Pac-12 offensive player of the week on Monday following the Cougars 49-22 victory over the Stanford Cardinal. This is his third conference award this season and his first since September 16th following a win over Houston. He also began his career as a Cougar starter with the award following a win over New Mexico State.
Gordon continued to put up video game numbers as he threw for 520 yards on 44 of 60 passing. He added five touchdowns and threw just one interception in the victory. He connected with eight different receivers en route to his 8th 400+ yard passing game this season. He continues to lead the nation in passing yards, touchdowns, completions, and attempts.
The Cougars and Gordon scored on 9 of their 11 drives which included one drive ending in an interception in the redzone in the second quarter and their final drive ending with taking knees to end the game.
Not only did Gordon earn himself a conference award, he put himself at the top of the Washington State record books with 39 total touchdowns this season. His two-yard pass to Max Borghi in the fourth quarter put him over Luke Falk (2015, 2016) and Gardner Minshew (2019) with two games remaining. The conference record for touchdowns thrown in a single season is 43 set by Jake Browning in 2016.
Gordon and the rest of the Cougar seniors will play their final game in Pullman and at Martin Stadium on Saturday as they host the Oregon State Beavers at 6:00 p.m. as they try to become bowl eligible for a school record fifth straight season.
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