PULLMAN, Wash. – Sean Mannion passed for a school-record 493 yards, Brandin Cooks scored three touchdowns and Oregon State scored 28 points in the fourth quarter for a 52-24 win over Washington State Saturday night at Martin Stadium.

Mannion surpassed the previous record holder, Derek Anderson, by 8 yards and broke the record with a 30-yard touchdown pass to Cooks in the fourth quarter. It was the 18th all-time between the two, making them the most prolific tandem in school history.

Mannion, who completed 34-of-51 passes and threw for four touchdowns, also found Cooks in the end zone on an 8-yard strike less than four minutes before the 30-yard score, which came with just under seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

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