Marques Tuiasosopo became the first player to pass for 300 yards and run for 200 in a game, dazzling Stanford with a school-record 509 yards as Washington handed the Cardinal its first Pacific-10 defeat, 35-30, yesterday in Seattle.

The junior quarterback, son of former NFL defensive lineman Manu Tuiasosopo, gave the Huskies their first lead of the day at 28-23 with a 10-yard touchdown run with 9 minutes 54 seconds left.

Tuiasosopo was 19 of 32 for 302 yards and a touchdown and ran 22 times for 207 yards and two touchdowns. He is also the fourth major-college quarterback to throw for 200 and run for 200 in a game. The last was Southwestern Louisiana's Brian Mitchell in 1987.

Tuiasosopo became the first Washington quarterback with consecutive 300-yard passing games since Sonny Sixkiller in 1970. Tuiasosopo broke the school mark for total offense, 419 yards by Cary Conklin against Arizona State in 1989.

OREGON 20, ARIZONA ST. 17: Joey Harrington threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Marshaun Tucker with nine seconds remaining to lift the Ducks to the come-from-behind victory in Eugene, Ore.

Reuben Droughns rushed for 188 yards on 37 carries for the Ducks (5-3, 3-2 Pacific-10), who stayed in the race for the Rose Bowl with help from Washington's win over Stanford.

CALIFORNIA 17, USC 7: In Berkeley, Calif., Deltha O'Neal returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown and then set up a field goal with a 60-yard punt return as the Bears sent the Trojans to their fourth straight loss.

JAMES MADISON 13, SOUTH FLORIDA 3: In Harrisonburg, Va., Curtis Keaton rushed for his third straight 200-yard game and scored the game's only touchdown on an 80-yard, third-quarter run as the Dukes (7-1), ranked 10th in Division I-AA, beat South Florida.

OREGON ST. 27, WASH. ST. 13: Sore-ribbed reserve running back Ken Simonton scored two second-half touchdowns to help make Dennis Erickson's return to Pullman, Wash., a success as the Beavers dropped the Cougars (2-6, 1-4 Pacific-10). Oregon State (5-3, 2-3) had not won in Pullman since 1978.

MEMPHIS 49, TULANE 7: In New Orleans, Gerard Arnold rushed for 142 yards on 13 carries and tied a school record with three rushing touchdowns for Memphis.

MISSOURI 34, TEXAS TECH 7: In Columbia, Mo., Zain Gilmore ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns on a school-record 45 carries and the Tigers rolled to the Big 12 victory.

SMU 27, RICE 2: In Dallas, Josh McCown threw for two touchdowns as Southern Methodist ended the Owls' five-game winning streak.

ARKANSAS 34, AUBURN 10: In Fayetteville, Ark., tight end Joe Dean Davenport faked out Auburn (3-5, 1-5 Southeastern Conference) on one touchdown pass and eluded the defense on another as the Razorbacks (5-2, 2-2) beat the Tigers.

IVY LEAGUE: Quarterback Joe Walland scrambled for a 29-yard touchdown with 6:41 to play, giving host Yale a 23-19 win over Penn. . . . Ricky Rahne threw for 206 yards and three touchdowns to lead Cornell (5-2) to a 31-14 win over visiting Wagner (4-4). . . . Tommy Crenshaw passed for 304 yards and two touchdowns, and Kyle Brandt ran for two more to lead host Princeton to a 44-15 win over Columbia in the battle to avoid last place. . . . In New York, James Perry threw four touchdown passes, three to Chas Gessner, as Brown (6-1) won its fourth straight, 37-18, over winless Fordham (0-8).