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Old 12-04-2011, 02:50 AM   #89
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Stanford on the board for 2013
Physical NorCal wideout gets 2013 class off to a great start

PALO ALTO, CA - The Stanford coaches were understandably agitated on the plane ride home from South Bend, fresh off a humbling defeat against rival Notre Dame. But they arrived back home on The Farm to some good news: the first commitment for the 2013 recruiting class is in.

4-star wide receiver Gary Harris of powerful Grant Union High School in Sacramento ended the process Monday, committing to Stanford's coaches in person. Harris picked the Cardinal over Cal and San Diego State, and had been receiving interest from USC, Oregon, and Boise State.

At 6'4, 220 pounds, Harris is a hulking wideout, fitting Stanford coach Brian Kudron's prototype perfectly. He uses every bit of his size, too, overpowering opposing defensive backs, using his size to shield the ball, and excelling as a run blocker on the outside.

Stanford's class is expected to be smaller than usual this year, so the coaches are being very selective with who they pursue. At the top of their wishlist, however, is the #2 quarterback in the country, 5-star Shane Williams from prestigious Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, the same football factory that sent star quarterbacks Matt Leinart and Matt Barkley to USC. Williams is a dazzling prospect, with perfect size (6'5, 232 pounds), a cannon of an arm, and enough mobility to elude pass rushers. As expected, he's being heavily pursued, with offers from Stanford, Oregon, USC, Alabama, Florida, LSU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Boise State, and Penn State. He recently went on record saying that Stanford, Oregon, USC, Alabama and Florida are sticking out from the rest.

Elsewhere, the Cardinal is in several heated battles across the country; they appear to be battling USC and Oklahoma for 340-pound 4-star defensive tackle Andrew Edwards from Hamilton High School in Chandler (AZ). They're fighting and clawing for 4-star cornerback AJ Grant and 4-star running back Garrett Cason, who play together at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Olney, Maryland. Coach Kudron is trying to continue Stanford's pipeline into the state of Texas, targeting 4-star linebacker Matt Turner from Skyline High School in Dallas. And 4-star defensive end Travis Miller from St. Pius X in Atlanta seems to be eyeing Stanford and hometown Georgia Tech.
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Matchup Preview | September 22, 2012
#1 Boise State Broncos
(4-0, 1-0 Away)
#12 Stanford Cardinal
(3-1, 3-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2035Total Yards2570
1708Total Offensive Yards1961
1046Passing Yards1084
662Rushing Yards877
28.5Points Per Game47.5
11Passing TD9
2Rushing TD13
84First Downs79
15Red Zone Attempts27
8-5Red Zone TD-FG18-5
86Red Zone Percentage85
Defensive Stats Comparison
1211Total Yards Allowed1444
574Passing Yards Allowed1190
637Rushing Yards Allowed254
33Points Allowed75
2Fumble Recoveries4
8.3Points Per Game18.8
8Red Zone Attempts9
2-2Red Zone TD-FG5-1
50Red Zone Percentage66
Injury Report
Ebenezer Makinde, CB, torn hamstring
5 weeks

Brenel Myers, LT, broken wrist
Out for season

Game Notes
Both teams enter this colossal showdown in unfamiliar territory. Boise State occupies the top spot in the polls for the first time, and they will face their first major test as a member of the Pac-12. Stanford, meanwhile, is reeling, and is a substantial underdog at home as their defense continues to escort opposing offenses into the endzone.

Based on the numbers, this could be an **** shootout, as both offenses are high-powered and well balanced, while both defenses rank near the bottom of the conference, statistically. Whichever defense plays the best is likely to win the game.
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#1 Boise State @ #12 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
September 22, 2012

Stanford welcomes Boise to the Pac-12
Cardinal wins war of attrition, buries Boise with 4th quarter blitzkrieg

PALO ALTO, CA - Coming off last week's humbling loss to Notre Dame, the local media in the Bay Area was anxious to see how Brian Kudron's Stanford team would respond, with top-ranked Boise State arriving on The Farm for a monumental showdown.

Kudron's Cardinal was up to the task, battling the Broncos to a stalemate through three quarters, and blindsiding them with a 24-point explosion in the 4th to run away with the game, 37-21.

"I knew what our guys were capable of," Kudron said. "I knew we weren't as bad as we were last week, and I knew our defense was better than it's shown so far this year. A lot of people counted us out coming into this game, but this is our home field, and we value playing here more than any other team in this league. I don't ever wanna lose here at home, and I've done my best to instill that mindset in my players, and they showed that today."

Boise State Broncos at Stanford Cardinal
Sep 22, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#1 Boise State Broncos (4-1, 1-1)373821
#12 Stanford Cardinal (4-1, 2-0)01032437
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense419427
Rushing Yards95149
Passing Yards324278
First Downs1712
Punt Return Yards218
Kick Return Yards179121
Total Yards619556
3rd Down Converstion7-186-16
4th Down Conversion1-21-1
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/03/2
Posession Time22:4225:18
Scoring Summary
5:51(BSU) Pavel, 42 yard FG30
8:51(STAN) Williamson, 47 yard FG33
6:50(BSU) Southwick, 64 yard pass to Moore (Pavel kick)103
0:35(STAN) Nottingham, 3 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)1010
7:54(STAN) Williamson, 29 yard FG1013
0:44(BSU) Pavel, 42 yard FG1313
11:51(STAN) Nottingham, 9 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)1320
10:00(STAN) Nottingham, 24 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)1327
3:38(STAN) Wilkerson, 7 yard run (Williamson kick)1334
1:36(STAN) Williamson, 23 yard FG1337
0:38(BSU) Southwick, 8 yard pass to Linehan (Southwick pass to Linehan)2137
Boise State Broncos
J. Southwick18/4432422
D. Morrow15583.80
M. Kaiserman12504.10
J. Southwick5-13-2.60
K. Moore512124.21
C. Potter33612.00
M. Miller38528.30
G. Linehan36321.01
M. Burroughs2199.50
A. Burks166.00
M. Kaiserman1-6-6.00
T. Smith7000
J. Taylor7000
D. Lee61.000
J. Ioane8000
K. Marshall21.000
J. Brown51.000
B. Douglas5000
J. Pavel2/21/1742
T. Harman626343.81
K. Moore410526.20
C. Potter25125.50
J. Taylor12323.00
K. Moore3217.00
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham16/3427830
A. Wilkerson1010310.31
T. Gaffney8526.50
B. Nottingham6-19-3.10
R. Wright4143.50
T. Montgomery2-1-0.50
T. Montgomery710214.51
Z. Ertz45614.01
L. Toilolo27939.50
A. Wilkerson23216.00
K. Jackson199.01
D. Carrington9000
T. Brown5010
C. Hopkins4000
B. Lueders7000
B. Gardner42.000
S. Skov51.000
T. Stephens71.000
W. Lyons5010
J. Vaughters7000
J. Williamson3/34/41347
D. Zychlinski628948.13
W. Lyons411929.70
J. Roberts122.00
D. Terrell188.00
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Week 5 Recap

Week 5 Scoreboard
#12 Stanford 37, #1 Boise State 21
#15 South Carolina 37, #2 Texas A&M 17
#3 Oklahoma 37, Notre Dame 21
#19 Michigan 41, #4 Penn State 7
#5 Alabama 48, Arkansas 42 (2 OT)
#6 Oregon 30, #25 Arizona State 27
#7 Nebraska 45, Purdue 7
#8 USC 31, Nevada 10
#10 Pittsburgh 31, Buffalo 9
#11 Florida State 56, Syracuse 10
#16 USF 37, #13 Miami-FL 27
#17 Iowa 50, FCS Northwest 0
#18 LSU 45, Missouri 7
#20 Washington 39, San Diego State 28
#21 Tennessee 51, FCS Southeast 10
#22 Georgia 34, Ole Miss 10
California 35, #23 Arizona 6
Kentucky 31, #24 Florida 17

Week 5 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#12 Stanford 37, #1 Boise State 21J. Southwick (BSU): 324A. Wilkerson (STAN): 103K. Moore (BSU): 121
Tulsa 18, Washington State 17S. Beaver (TUL): 277A. Singleton (TUL): 130M. Wilson (WSU): 134
#8 USC 31, Nevada 10M. Barkley (USC): 230G. Farmer (USC): 96R. Woods (USC): 116
California 35, #23 Arizona 6Z. Maynard (CAL): 262I. Sofele (CAL): 94S. Hagan (CAL): 111
BYU 20, Utah 6J. Heaps (BYU): 201J. Quezada (BYU): 51M. Mathews (BYU): 93
Oregon State 38, North Texas 3C. Vaz (OSU): 205D. Rankin (OSU): 184J. Bishop (OSU): 148
Colorado 49, FCS Southeast 0C. Wood (COL): 280J. Owens (COL): 115P. Richardson (COL): 149
#20 Washington 39, San Diego State 28J. Bernards (SDSU): 376C. Polk (WASH): 123D. Sandifer (SDSU): 177
#6 Oregon 30, #25 Arizona State 27M. Eubank (ASU): 359L. James (ORE): 229G. Robinson (ASU): 144
UCLA 35, Houston 16R. Brehaut (UCLA): 187J. James (UCLA): 137S. Evans (UCLA): 160

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 23, 2012
13Oklahoma (38)301502
25Alabama (22)501348
36Oregon (1)301277
61Boise State411087
89Michigan State211020
102Texas A&M21995
1111Florida State31903
1215South Carolina31842
134Penn State31821
1514Kansas State30754
24NRAir Force21130

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 23, 2012
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford482 rushing yards, 5.5 YPC, 7 TDs
Eddie LacyHBAlabama337 rushing yards, 4.8 YPC, 5 TDs, 62 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Taylor MartinezQBNebraska782 passing yards, 7 TDs, 180 rushing yards, 4 TDs
Orwin SmithHBGeorgia Tech477 rushing yards, 6.2 YPC, 6 TDs, 101 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Spencer WareHBLSU286 rushing yards, 5.6 YPC, 4 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 23, 2012
#23 BYU5-01.0002-015552W5
#19 Washington3-01.0001-011569W3
#3 Oregon3-01.0001-09950W3
#7 Stanford4-10.8002-022796W1
#6 Boise State4-10.8001-113570L1
Washington State2-10.6600-09556L1
Oregon State2-20.5000-17270W1
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Week 6 Recap

Week 6 Scoreboard
#1 Oklahoma 51, Baylor 24
#2 Alabama 44, Vanderbilt 17
#3 Oregon 48, Colorado State 10
#5 USC 27, Utah 20
Ohio State 34, #8 Michigan State 27
#9 Pittsburgh 29, #20 Miami-FL 21
#10 Texas A&M 35, Arkansas 21
#11 Florida State 37, Wake Forest 21
#12 South Carolina 17, Mississippi State 13
Indiana 41, #13 Penn State 17
Wisconsin 28, #17 Iowa 7
#18 LSU 44, Kentucky 22
#19 Washington 37, Western Michigan 31
#21 Tennessee 41, Troy 10
Navy 28, #24 Air Force 16
#25 Illinois 38, Northwestern 26

Week 6 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
San Diego State 49, Washington State 14J. Bernards (SDSU): 247W. Kazee (SDSU): 189D. Sandifer (SDSU): 92
Washington 37, Western Michigan 31K. Price (WASH): 282C. Polk (WASH): 84C. Polk (WASH): 86
#3 Oregon 48, Colorado State 10B. Bennett (ORE): 152T. Carson (ORE): 143J. Hoffman (ORE): 64
Nevada 41, Arizona State 10C. Fajardo (NEV): 248M. Ball (NEV): 132B. Wimberly (NEV): 124
Tulsa 24, UCLA 19R. Brehaut (UCLA): 333J. James (UCLA): 126S. Evans (UCLA): 164
California 30, Colorado 3K. Boehm (CAL): 110C. Anderson (CAL): 121K. Clay (CAL): 65
#5 USC 27, Utah 20M. Barkley (USC): 260H. Langi (UTAH): 53R. Telfer (USC): 68

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 30, 2012
12Alabama (33)601497
23Oregon (24)401425
34Nebraska (3)301425
41Oklahoma (1)401412
76Boise State41998
910Texas A&M31826
1111Florida State41786
1215Kansas State30782
1312South Carolina41744
198Michigan State22508
21NROhio State31308
25NRVirginia Tech41195

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 30, 2012
Eddie LacyHBAlabama415 rushing yards, 4.9 YPC, 6 TDs, 133 receiving yards, 3 TDs
AJ McCarronQBAlabama1695 passing yards, 20 TDs, 3 INTs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford482 rushing yards, 5.5 YPC, 7 TDs
Matt BarkleyQBUSC1252 passing yards, 12 TDs, 1 INT
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma528 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 4 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 30, 2012
#14 Washington4-01.0001-0152100W4
#18 BYU5-01.0002-015552W5
#2 Oregon4-01.0001-014760W4
#8 Stanford4-10.8002-022796W1
#7 Boise State4-10.8001-113570L1
Washington State2-20.5000-1109105L2
Oregon State2-20.5000-17270W1
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Matchup Preview | October 6, 2012
#8 Stanford Cardinal
(4-1, 2-0, 0-1 Away)
#18 Brigham Young Cougars
(5-0, 2-0, 3-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3126Total Yards2451
2388Total Offensive Yards2020
1362Passing Yards1260
1026Rushing Yards760
45.4Points Per Game31.0
12Passing TD11
14Rushing TD6
91First Downs107
32Red Zone Attempts21
21-7Red Zone TD-FG12-3
87Red Zone Percentage71
Defensive Stats Comparison
1863Total Yards Allowed1143
1514Passing Yards Allowed620
349Rushing Yards Allowed523
96Points Allowed52
4Fumble Recoveries3
19.2Points Per Game10.4
10Red Zone Attempts12
6-1Red Zone TD-FG2-6
70Red Zone Percentage66
Injury Report

Houston Reynolds, LG, broken tailbone
7 weeks

Ryker Matthews, LT, strained back
Game Notes
Stanford coach Brian Kudron is well aware of the perils that come with visiting Provo for a night game at BYU when the Cougars are on a roll. When their team is having success like they are now, BYU crowds are among the most frenzied in college football, and coming off their Holy War victory against archrival Utah two weeks ago, the Cougars are flying high and prepared for Stanford.

The Cougars are led by junior quarterback Jake Heaps, who can make teams pay with his legs as well as his arm. He has several talented receivers around him, most notably tight end Marcus Mathews and 6'4 wideout Cody Hoffman. BYU's number one threat on offense, however, is junior running back Joshua Quezada. At 5'11 and 204 pounds, Quezada leads BYU's power running attack with 486 yards and five touchdowns while averaging six yards a carry. He is supplemented by true freshman Brian Romero from Napa. Romero was recruited by Stanford for a time last year before committing to Brigham Young.

On defense, the Cougars boast a talented linebacking corps, led by All-Pac 12 middle linebacker Uona Kaveinga. The 239-pound Kaveinga led BYU with 78 tackles and 6.5 sacks last year, and leads them again in tackles this season with 31, tied with star defensive end Eathyn Manumaleuna. Manumaleuna leads BYU with 2.5 sacks, compared to Kaveinga's two. Kyle Van Noy and Brandon Ogletree round out BYU's stellar group of linebackers. In the secondary, strong safety Daniel Sorensen and cornerback Preston Hadley are the anchors, but against Stanford's run-based offense, 323-pound nose tackle Romney Fuga will be the most important player. His matchup against Stanford's Sam Schwartzstein and David DeCastro may very well decide the game.
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#8 Stanford @ #18 BYU
LaVell Edwards Stadium
Provo, UT
October 6, 2012

Cardinal stunned by Cougars
Stanford's season pushed to the brink after a meltdown in Provo

PROVO, UT - Everyone knew this was going to be a treacherous, brutal stretch of the schedule for Stanford. Trips to BYU, Washington, USC and Oregon in a five week span is borderline absurd.

And as the fiery crowd at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo stormed the field, the magnitude of the situation hit Stanford coach Brian Kudron square on the shoulders.

The Cardinal picked off BYU quarterback Jake Heaps four times, and forced five turnovers overall, only to see Heaps lead back-to-back touchdown drives in the 4th quarter, erasing a 26-14 Stanford lead and producing a stunning 29-26 after the game-winning touchdown pass to tight end Marcus Mathews with nine seconds left. The winning score game one play after Heaps scrambled for 12 yards on 4th down.

"I'm not sure what can be said after this," Kudron said in the aftermath. "It's the same problems, over and over. We're not consistent enough on offense, and we have no idea what we're doing in pass coverage. Clearly we're not getting the message across, so maybe it's time for some changes. Because this is unacceptable. This is the Pac-12. If you can't defend the pass, you can't win, because so many teams in this league have high-powered offenses with star quarterbacks. We're finding that out the hard way, and it's time for us to respond."

Stanford Cardinal at Brigham Young Cougars
Oct 6, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#8 Stanford Cardinal (4-2, 2-1)757726
#18 Brigham Young Cougars (6-0, 3-0)0771529
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense316543
Rushing Yards12986
Passing Yards187457
First Downs1125
Punt Return Yards2224
Kick Return Yards9772
Total Yards435639
3rd Down Converstion1-127-18
4th Down Conversion0-13-4
2-Point Conversion0-01-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/12/0
Posession Time23:3824:22
Scoring Summary
6:04(STAN) Nottingham, 5 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)70
5:32(STAN) Safety, Vaughters sacked Heaps in the endzone90
2:40(STAN) Williamson, 30 yard FG120
0:24(BYU) Heaps, 26 yard pass to Mathews (Smith kick)127
2:36(BYU) Heaps, 10 yard pass to Hoffman (Smith kick)1214
1:10(STAN) Nottingham, 23 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)1914
4:28(STAN) Carrington, 53 yard INT return (Williamson kick)2614
4:09(BYU) Heaps, 80 yard pass to Falslev (Smith kick)2621
0:09(BYU) Heaps, 2 yard pass to Mathews (Heaps pass to Mathews)2629
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham16/2918721
A. Wilkerson14976.90
T. Gaffney6366.00
B. Nottingham4-19-4.70
R. Wright2168.00
J. Rashad-Patterson1-1-1.00
T. Montgomery88410.52
A. Wilkerson22211.00
L. Toilolo26231.00
D. Terrell166.00
Z. Ertz144.00
U. Amanam121.000
T. Murphy9000
C. Hopkins8000
W. Lyons10000
S. Mitchell61.000
B. Lueders5000
D. Carrington8011
B. Gardner31.000
J. Vaughters31.010
S. Skov7010
T. Stephens91.500
T. Brown2010
J. Hemschoot30.500
J. Williamson1/13/3630
D. Zychlinski831439.23
T. Montgomery25226.00
W. Lyons11919.00
R. Hewitt12626.00
D. Terrell22211.00
Brigham Young Cougars
J. Heaps31/5343544
R. Stephenson1/12200
J. Quezada18623.40
J. Heaps18271.50
J. Lark1-1-1.00
B. Romero1-2-2.00
R. Apo1112611.40
M. Mathews811914.82
J. Falslev713819.71
C. Hoffman45614.01
C. Mees12222.00
B. Romero1-4-4.00
K. Van Noy91.000
D. Sorensen81.000
R. Buckner6000
P. Hadley7000
U. Kaveinga4000
M. Hague3010
B. Ogletree4000
B. Smith0/13/33
R. Stephenson417343.21
C. Hoffman37224.00
C. Hoffman22412.00

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Week 7 Recap

Week 7 Scoreboard
#2 Oregon 45, Arizona 24
#3 Nebraska 45, Middle Tennessee State 14
#4 Oklahoma 51, Texas 14
#5 USC 42, San Diego State 7
#6 Pittsburgh 30, NC State 23
#7 Boise State 35, California 32 (OT)
#18 BYU 29, #8 Stanford 26
#9 Texas A&M 27, Missouri 17
#10 USF 34, Navy 7
#11 Florida State 36, Miami-FL 16
TCU 31, #12 Kansas State 17
#13 South Carolina 29, Kentucky 8
#14 Washington 21, UCLA 9
#16 Georgia 29, #15 Tennessee 10
#17 Michigan 17, #23 Illinois 13
#19 Michigan State 20, #22 Wisconsin 17
Florida 20, #20 LSU 19
#21 Ohio State 52, UAB 10
#24 Iowa 34, Purdue 21

Week 7 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#18 BYU 29, #8 Stanford 26J. Heaps (BYU): 435A. Wilkerson (STAN): 97J. Falslev (BYU): 138
Oregon State 30, Arizona State 21R. Katz (OSU): 219J. Jenkins (OSU): 95J. Bishop (OSU): 88
#7 Boise State 35, California 32 (OT)J. Southwick (BSU): 315I. Sofele (CAL): 93K. Moore (BSU): 132
#14 Washington 21, UCLA 9R. Brehaut (UCLA): 162J. Callier (WASH): 115S. Evans (UCLA): 103
Nevada 35, UNLV 7C. Fajardo (NEV): 147S. Jefferson (NEV): 151B. Wimberly (NEV): 88
Utah 48, Washington State 14J. Wynn (UTAH): 237L. Radley (UTAH): 79K. Moeai (UTAH): 65
#2 Oregon 45, Arizona 24B. Bennett (ORE): 272L. James (ORE): 133J. Huff (ORE): 65
#5 USC 42, San Diego State 7M. Barkley (USC): 199D. Baxter (USC): 156C. Thomas (USC): 105

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 7, 2012
11Alabama (36)601500
22Oregon (23)501429
33Nebraska (1)401375
45USC (1)601305
87Boise State51987
119Texas A&M41916
1311Florida State51826
1413South Carolina51746
1719Michigan State32533
1921Ohio State41427
2012Kansas State31360
2225Virginia Tech41271

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 7, 2012
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma658 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 7 TDs, 179 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Dillon BaxterHBUSC524 rushing yards, 5.6 YPC, 9 TDs
Eddie LacyHBAlabama415 rushing yards, 4.9 YPC, 6 TDs, 133 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Giovani BernardHBNorth Carolina584 rushing yards, 5.8 YPC, 8 TDs, 202 rushing yards, 4 TDs
Taylor MartinezQBNebraska954 passing yards, 9 TDs, 297 rushing yards, 5 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 7, 2012
#12 BYU6-01.0003-018478W6
#10 Washington5-01.0002-0173109W5
#2 Oregon5-01.0002-019284W5
#15 Stanford4-20.6602-1253125L1
#8 Boise State5-10.8302-1170102W1
Oregon State3-20.6001-110291W2
Washington State2-30.4000-2123153L3
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