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Old 12-10-2011, 11:54 PM   #105
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Washington State @ #17 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 20, 2012

Home Sweet Home
Stanford rights the ship at home against hapless Cougars

PALO ALTO, CA - The issues that plagued Stanford in recent weeks vanished on Saturday. But now the next two weeks will show if this was merely a reprieve or not.

The Cardinal came out of the gates on fire Saturday, and was never threatened by Washington State, breezing past the Cougars 47-7 in their return to Stanford Stadium.

Whether this game said more about Stanford or Wazzu, however, remains to be seen. The Cougars are undoubtedly the worst team in the Pac-12, so Stanford steamrolling them should have been expected, and it calls into question just how much can be read into the dominance.

"We don't pay attention to what other people say about us," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said. "We only focus on ourselves. We had many issues to work on coming into today, and I thought we did a great job addressing them. Does that mean everything is fixed? Of course not. But that has nothing to do with our opponent, and everything to do with the mentality that you can never get complacent. So people can question what we did today because of the perceptions they have about who we played. That means nothing to us."

Regardless, the two biggest tests of Stanford's season are now on deck, as trips to USC and Oregon loom in the next two weeks.

Washington State Cougars at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 20, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Washington State Cougars (2-5, 0-5)00077
#17 Stanford Cardinal (5-3, 3-2)72601447
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense218578
Rushing Yards32326
Passing Yards186252
First Downs1317
Punt Return Yards37100
Kick Return Yards064
Total Yards255742
3rd Down Converstion5-173-11
4th Down Conversion1-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/03/1
Posession Time16:5531:05
Scoring Summary
7:40(STAN) Gaffney, 8 yard run (Williamson kick)07
10:55(STAN) Safety, Murphy tackled Mitz in the endzone09
10:40(STAN) Nottingham, 65 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)016
8:08(STAN) Gaffney, 21 yard run (Williamson kick)023
5:55(STAN) Nottingham, 3 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)030
1:42(STAN) Williamson, 24 yard FG033
7:46(WSU) Tuel, 14 yard pass to Williams (Furney kick)733
7:10(STAN) Nottingham, 47 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)740
4:21(STAN) Wilkerson, 6 yard run (Williamson kick)747
Washington State Cougars
J. Tuel18/2918612
J. Tuel20-19-0.90
L. Mitz17412.40
C. Winston2105.00
G. Simone2-1-0.50
A. Lintz111.00
M. Wilson6477.80
S. Stormo24120.50
K. Williams22010.01
A. Lintz22914.50
B. Ratliff231.50
L. Mitz22110.50
R. Dockery11010.00
G. Simone11515.00
C. Mizell9000
T. Toomer10000
D. Paulo13000
L. Mayes6000
N. Washington7000
J. Clayton41.000
D. Simmons3020
A. Furney0/11/11
A. Furney1039339.32
M. Wilson33712.30
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham14/2325232
A. Wilkerson252078.21
R. Wright9859.40
T. Gaffney7436.12
C. Humphrey1-2-2.00
B. Nottingham1-7-7.00
L. Toilolo46917.20
Z. Ertz411528.71
T. Montgomery35117.01
G. Meinken2147.00
K. Jackson133.01
J. Vaughters81.000
T. Stephens6000
T. Murphy102.000
B. Browning7010
S. Mitchell5000
C. Hopkins52.000
B. Gardner61.000
W. Lyons4010
B. Lueders61.000
S. Skov6000
J. Williamson1/16/6924
D. Zychlinski520941.82
T. Montgomery36421.30
D. Terrell510020.00
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Week 9 Recap

Week 9 Scoreboard
#1 Alabama 45, #24 Tennessee 20
#2 Nebraska 17, Penn State 14
#4 Oklahoma 49, Kansas State 21
#5 Pittsburgh 38, North Carolina 17
#6 Georgia 49, Missouri 21
#7 USF 38, SMU 20
California 27, #8 Washington 17
#9 Boise State 42, Oregon State 21
#11 Oregon 31, #10 BYU 14
#19 Auburn 31, #12 Texas A&M 21
#13 South Carolina 49, Vanderbilt 27
#14 Michigan 51, Minnesota 7
#15 Virginia Tech 31, Boston College 16
#17 Stanford 47, Washington State 7
#18 Ohio State 31, Purdue 21
#20 Wisconsin 45, Maryland 14
Mississippi State 34, #21 LSU 18
#22 Michigan State 24, Indiana 10
#23 Notre Dame 41, Louisiana-Monroe 0
#25 Florida State 49, Duke 26

Week 9 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#17 Stanford 47, Washington State 7B. Nottingham (STAN): 252A. Wilkerson (STAN): 207Z. Ertz (STAN): 115
#9 Boise State 42, Oregon State 21J. Southwick (BSU): 334M. Kaiserman (BSU): 62M. Burroughs (BSU): 81
California 27, #8 Washington 17K. Price (WASH): 128I. Sofele (CAL): 92I. Sofele (CAL): 72
San Diego State 24, Colorado 14C. Wood (COL): 212R. Hillman (SDSU): 124D. Thornton (COL): 106
Utah 43, Arizona 27T. Savage (ARIZ): 295H. Langi (UTAH): 98D. Christopher (UTAH): 134
UCLA 20, Arizona State 10R. Brehaut (UCLA): 182M. Jones (UCLA): 95M. Jones (UCLA): 66
Nevada 45, FCS Midwest 0C. Fajardo (NEV): 80S. Jefferson (NEV): 114A. Bradley (NEV): 37
#11 Oregon 31, #10 BYU 14J. Heaps (BYU): 327D. Thomas (ORE): 89J. Falslev (BYU): 165

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 21, 2012
11Alabama (32)801496
22Nebraska (26)601413
33USC (2)701413
46Georgia (1)701245
99Boise State71896
1013South Carolina71753
1215Virginia Tech61676
1818Ohio State52554
1912Texas A&M52515
2122Michigan State43399
2223Notre Dame62365
2425Florida State62295

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 21, 2012
99Boise State710.956
1012South Carolina710.943

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 21, 2012
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma855 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 11 TDs, 214 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Marcus LattimoreHBSouth Carolina717 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 11 TDs
AJ McCarronQBAlabama2358 passing yards, 27 TDs, 4 INTs, 65.3%
Barrett TrotterQBAuburn2162 passing yards, 20 TDs, 7 INTs, 58.6%, 164 rushing yards, 4 TDs
Eddie LacyHBAlabama609 rushing yards, 5.2 YPC, 7 TDs, 243 receiving yards, 4 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 21, 2012
#9 Boise State7-10.8704-1253160W3
#13 BYU7-10.8704-1229120L1
#23 California6-20.7504-1243126W2
#16 Washington6-10.8503-1225160L1
#8 Oregon6-10.8503-1260139W1
#17 Stanford5-30.6203-2324167W1
Oregon State3-40.4201-3134164L2
Washington State2-50.2800-4146231L5
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Cardinal establishes foothold in Maryland
Cason and Church open an East Coast pipeline for Stanford

PALO ALTO - Stanford has been active in the Mid-Atlantic region for the past few years under Jim Harbaugh, and his successor Brian Kudron has tried to escalate the Cardinal's presence in the area.

One of the key states in the region is Maryland, the home state of All-American Cardinal defensive tackle Terrence Stephens. Overall though, it had been a case of "close but no cigar" in Maryland - until now.

A week after securing the verbal of 4-star Good Counsel cornerback AJ Grant, the Cardinal closed ranks on two more 4-star Chesapeake Bay State prospects: Grant's teammate at Good Counsel, running back Garrett Cason, and defensive tackle David Church from Crossland High School near Camp Springs.

Cason, naturally, fits the mold of a bruising power back that excels in Stanford's offense. At 6'1, 215 pounds, Cason is the 8th-ranked running back in the country, and is college-ready, sizewise.

Church is an elite pickup for the Cardinal, as Kudron beat out Nick Saban and Alabama for his services. Church is the 9th-ranked DT in the country and fits the run-plugging nose tackle position in Stanford's 3-4. At 6'1, 297 pounds, Church is similar in size to fellow Marylander Terrence Stephens, who reportedly played a big role in convincing Church to pick Stanford over Alabama.
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Matchup Preview | October 27, 2012
#17 Stanford Cardinal
(5-3 (3-2), 0-3 Away)
#3 USC Trojans
(7-0 (5-0), 3-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4802Total Yards3787
3623Total Offensive Yards3055
1927Passing Yards1667
1696Rushing Yards1388
40.5Points Per Game34.4
19Passing TD17
18Rushing TD14
130First Downs147
46Red Zone Attempts26
28-10Red Zone TD-FG17-3
82Red Zone Percentage76
Defensive Stats Comparison
3086Total Yards Allowed1941
2483Passing Yards Allowed1093
603Rushing Yards Allowed848
167Points Allowed101
6Fumble Recoveries4
20.9Points Per Game14.4
16Red Zone Attempts17
10-1Red Zone TD-FG9-5
68Red Zone Percentage82
Injury Report
Game Notes
On paper, this is another mismatch for Stanford, as their defense has to prove they can slow down powerful offenses. And there is no doubt that USC is powerful, as they resemble one of Pete Carroll's vintage teams from several years ago. Matt Barkley is the prototypical USC quarterback, completing 60% of his passes for 1611 yards and 16 touchdowns, with only four interceptions. On the ground, junior Dillon Baxter from San Diego has 660 yards and nine scores, followed by blooming superstar George Farmer's 439 yards and three scores. USC's offense, though, is all about the firepower at wideout. Robert Woods and Marqise Lee are college football's deadliest tandem, and the depth provided by Brice Butler, Kyle Prater and Victor Blackwell is stunning. The Trojans also go three deep at tight end, much like Stanford. Christian Thomas, Randall Telfer and Xavier Grimble are all big, fast, and a threat to score from anywhere.

On the other side, USC touts the #1 defense in the Pac-12. Senior defensive tackle Armond Armstead is destructive in the middle, and leads SC with four sacks. Defensive end Nick Perry is a pass-rushing terror off the edge, and sophomore tackle George Uko is a budding star. At linebacker, the Trojans are young, as they start three sophomores in Dion Bailey, Hayes Pullard and Lamar Dawson. But make no mistake, this is an excellent unit, and probably the fastest linebacking corps in America. Cornerback Nickell Robey leads USC with three interceptions, and senior safeties Jawanza Starling and TJ McDonald bring the lumber. McDonald especially is considered one of the hardest hitters in the conference.
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#17 Stanford @ #3 USC
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, CA
October 27, 2012

Never Say Die
Nottingham orchenstrates a miracle as Stanford stuns USC

LOS ANGELES, CA - Stanford turned it over five times, three of them in the redzone. They gave up almost 400 yards on the ground. Late in the first half, they trailed 35-7 and were being thoroughly humiliated by USC.

And in the end, Brett Nottingham got the last laugh.

Stanford's embattled quarterback put the Cardinal on his back, leading a furious comeback as Stanford outscored the Trojans 38-7 after halftime and scored four straight touchdowns in the fourth quarter, capped by Anthony Wilkerson's 8-yard touchdown run one play after Wilkerson took a screen pass from Nottingham and sprinted 72 yards down the field.

When the clock finally hit zero, the rain that had been pounding all game long was still pouring, creating a bizarre scene in usually-sunny Southern California that was outdone in terms of abnormality only by the numbers.

830 yards of offense for Stanford. 692 for USC.

And the final score: Stanford 52, USC 45.

"Never in my life have I been a part of a game like this," a soaked Brian Kudron said afterward. "I just...wow. We have SO much to work on on defense, so much to fix...but right now I'm just so proud of these kids. It's really easy to quit when you're down four touchdowns in the first half, and you're down 38-14 at halftime. Giving up almost seems natural at that point, and it speaks to the character of this team that they didn't give up. Our leaders on offense, David (DeCastro) and Jonathan (Martin) and Zach (Ertz), they kept us steady at halftime, they took command of the locker room, and we saw our young guys mature in front of our eyes. Brett (Nottingham) and Ty (Montgomery) grew up today. Like I said, we have an endless list of things to work on, but character and resiliency aren't on that list."

Stanford Cardinal at USC Trojans
Oct 27, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#17 Stanford Cardinal (6-4, 4-2)01473152
#3 USC Trojans (7-1, 5-1)14240745
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense830692
Rushing Yards320394
Passing Yards510298
First Downs2622
Punt Return Yards2219
Kick Return Yards14293
Total Yards994804
3rd Down Converstion6-143-12
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/13/0
Posession Time21:3626:24
Scoring Summary
7:53(USC) Barkley, 8 yard pass to Thomas (Heidari kick)07
3:12(USC) Barkley, 26 yard pass to Baxter (Heidari kick)014
6:53(STAN) Nottingham, 44 yard pass to Toilolo (Williamson kick)714
6:36(USC) Farmer, 75 yard run (Heidari kick)721
1:41(USC) Barkley, 6 yard pass to Woods (Heidari kick)728
1:23(USC) Barkley, 13 yard pass to Telfer (Heidari kick)735
1:10(STAN) Nottingham, 76 yard pass to Terrell (Williamson kick)1435
0:03(USC) Heidari, 37 yard FG1438
6:59(STAN) Nottingham, 25 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)2138
11:50(STAN) Williamson, 29 yard FG2438
7:56(USC) Farmer, 61 yard run (Heidari kick)2445
5:35(STAN) Nottingham, 10 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)3145
4:15(STAN) Nottingham, 18 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)3845
2:38(STAN) Gaffney, 60 yard run (Williamson kick)4545
0:20(STAN) Wilkerson, 8 yard run (Williamson kick)5245
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham28/5351053
A. Wilkerson171227.11
B. Nottingham6101.60
T. Gaffney613422.31
K. Young3113.60
R. Wright33812.60
T. Montgomery155.00
T. Montgomery1216814.02
Z. Ertz67212.01
J. Rashad-Patterson34615.30
L. Toilolo36622.01
G. Meinken155.00
D. Terrell17676.01
R. Hewitt155.00
A. Wilkerson17272.00
W. Lyons9010
B. Lueders7000
S. Mitchell 8000
J. Vaughters6000
S. Skov8000
B. Browning6010
D. Carrington5000
J. Williamson1/37/71029
D. Zychlinski520641.22
T. Montgomery47418.50
W. Lyons35618.60
R. Hewitt11212.00
D. Terrell5224.40
USC Trojans
M. Barkley20/4029842
D. Baxter0/1000
D. Baxter311765.60
G. Farmer418245.52
M. Barkley33612.00
R. Woods710014.21
M. Lee57515.00
D. Baxter34214.01
K. Prater14343.00
B. Butler11212.00
R. Telfer11313.01
S. Vainuku155.00
C. Thomas188.01
N. Robey10000
L. Dawson52.000
H. Pullard81.000
T. McDonald7010
A. Armstead6000
D. Bailey6000
T. Burnett6010
N. Perry5000
J. Starling3010
A. Heidari1/16/6937
A. Heidari1036436.40
R. Woods39331.00
R. Woods2199.50
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Week 10 Recap

Week 10 Scoreboard
#21 Michigan State 22, #2 Nebraska 6
#17 Stanford 52, #3 USC 45
#4 Georgia 45, #15 Florida 28
#5 Oklahoma 24, Iowa State 7
#6 Pittsburgh 31, Georgia Tech 10
#7 USF 38, Air Force 3
#8 Oregon 24, Washington State 20
#10 South Carolina 21, Tennessee 17
#11 Michigan 42, Tulsa 28
#12 Virginia Tech 45, Duke 27
#14 Auburn 49, LSU 35
#16 Washington 26, Oregon State 20
#18 Ohio State 23, #20 Wisconsin 20 (OT)
Ole Miss 21, #19 Texas A&M 14
Navy 14, #22 Notre Dame 10
Clemson 41, #24 Florida State 21
Minnesota 30, #25 Iowa 24

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 28, 2012
11Alabama (35)801499
24Georgia (23)801354
35Oklahoma (1)801217
46Pittsburgh (1)901178
57USF (1)701140
79Boise State71922
1010South Carolina81887
1212Virginia Tech71814
1718Ohio State62608
1821Michigan State53599
2419Texas A&M53221
25NRSouthern Miss61172

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 28, 2012
79Boise State710.967

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 28, 2012
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma991 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 11 TDs, 224 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Marcus LattimoreHBSouth Carolina791 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 11 TDs
Barrett TrotterQBAuburn2438 passing yards, 22 TDs, 8 INTs, 59.3%, 201 rushing yards, 4 TDs
AJ McCarronQBAlabama2358 passing yards, 27 TDs, 4 INTs, 65.3%
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford1026 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 9 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 28, 2012
#7 Boise State7-10.8704-1253160W3
#6 Oregon7-10.8704-1284159W2
#20 California6-20.7504-1243126W2
#14 BYU7-10.8704-1229120L1
#16 Washington7-10.8704-1251180W1
#15 Stanford6-30.6604-2376212W2
Oregon State3-50.3701-4154190L3
Washington State2-60.2500-5166255L6
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Matchup Preview | November 3, 2012
#15 Stanford Cardinal
(6-3 (4-2), 1-3 Away)
#6 Oregon Ducks
(7-1 (4-1), 5-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
5796Total Yards4237
4453Total Offensive Yards3262
2437Passing Yards1403
2016Rushing Yards1859
41.7Points Per Game35.5
24Passing TD13
20Rushing TD19
156First Downs187
52Red Zone Attempts37
31-11Red Zone TD-FG23-7
80Red Zone Percentage81
Defensive Stats Comparison
3778Total Yards Allowed2846
2781Passing Yards Allowed1924
997Rushing Yards Allowed922
212Points Allowed159
7Fumble Recoveries7
23.6Points Per Game19.9
19Red Zone Attempts22
13-1Red Zone TD-FG9-5
73Red Zone Percentage63
Injury Report

Jake Fisher, LT, broken tibia
7 weeks

Cliff Harris, CB, broken collarbone
Game Notes
By now, the scouting report on the Oregon Ducks is well known. The Ducks have explosive playmakers all over the field on offense, and will run their no huddle spread offense at breakneck speeds, never slowing down and never tiring before their opponents give out. The early departure of Darron Thomas after last season caught the Ducks off guard, and sophomore Bryan Bennett has struggled taking the helm, completing only 45% of his passes with 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions. The running attack has not slowed down one bit, however. LaMichael James has 936 yards on 6.5 YPC, and DeAnthony Thomas has stepped in after Kenjon Barner's early departure, rushing for 501 yards and 5.1 YPC.

Defensively, the Ducks are, as usual, a speedy bunch. Linebacker Boseko Lokombo leads Oregon in tackles (54) and sacks (3.5). Sophomore corner Terrance Mitchell leads the team with three interceptions, and it's possible - though not probable - that All-American Cliff Harris returns from injury.
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#15 Stanford @ #6 Oregon
Autzen Stadium
Eugene, OR
November 3, 2012

Ducks Win the Day vs. Stanford
Cardinal comes up just short in another furious comeback attempt

EUGENE, OR - By now, there can be no more delusions that it's just a funk, or a fluke, or anything that can be described as temporary.

The reality is, Stanford's defense simply isn't that good this year.

The Oregon Ducks became the latest team to take them apart on Saturday, as LaMichael James ran for 225 yards and two backbreaking touchdowns of 44 and 84 yards in the 4th quarter, and the Ducks held off a desperate, last gasp by Stanford to hang on and beat the Cardinal, 45-38.

Stanford finished the game with its hair on fire, forcing three fourth quarter turnovers that helped QB Brett Nottingham, WR Ty Montgomery and TE Zach Ertz get on a roll that only the clock could stop. The Cardinal was ultimately done in by their own turnovers though, in the most unlikely of fashions: running backs Anthony Wilkerson and Tyler Gaffney both coughed up the football for the first time all season, and both turnovers led directly to Oregon touchdowns.

"When you're playing a team that never stops coming after you like Oregon does, you don't have any margin for error," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said. "Especially when you're in a place like Autzen, where you're essentially under siege from the crowd. You essentially have to play a perfect game to have a chance here, and we obviously didn't do that today. Didn't come close."

To add insult to injury, Anthony Wilkerson left the game late in the third quarter and was diagnosed with a concussion. His status for next week's game against Oregon State is unknown.

Stanford Cardinal at Oregon Ducks
Nov 3, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#15 Stanford Cardinal (6-4 (4-3)7302838
#6 Oregon Ducks (8-1 (5-1)71072145
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense595672
Rushing Yards159354
Passing Yards436318
First Downs1924
Punt Return Yards039
Kick Return Yards9938
Total Yards694749
3rd Down Converstion8-206-15
4th Down Conversion2-42-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/12/1
Posession Time27:4220:18
Scoring Summary
9:18(STAN) Nottingham, 37 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)70
6:10(ORE) Bennett, 24 yard pass to Huff (Beard kick)77
11:56(ORE) Beard, 27 yard FG710
6:43(STAN) Williamson, 25 yard FG1010
1:02(ORE) Bennett, 13 yard pass to Huff (Beard kick)1017
5:24(ORE) Bennett, 5 yard pass to Lyerla (Beard kick)1024
7:50(ORE) James, 44 yard run (Beard kick)1031
6:11(STAN) Nottingham, 21 yard pass to Toilolo (Williamson kick)1731
4:29(ORE) Thomas, 29 yard run (Beard kick)1738
2:55(STAN) Carrington, 18 yard INT return (Williamson kick)2438
1:31(ORE) James, 84 yard run (Beard kick)2445
1:19(STAN) Nottingham, 80 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)3145
0:26(STAN) Nottingham, 33 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)3845
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham21/4143641
A. Wilkerson16955.90
T. Gaffney10535.30
B. Nottingham7-58-8.20
R. Wright6549.00
G. Meinken2157.50
Z. Ertz915817.51
T. Montgomery719627.91
L. Toilolo22512.51
G. Meinken111.00
D. Terrell11919.00
K. Jackson13737.01
S. Mitchell16000
T. Murphy7000
B. Lueders61.000
W. Lyons16000
S. Skov91.000
D. Carrington9011
J. Vaughters4000
B. Gardner41.000
C. Hopkins5000
J. Williamson1/15/5825
D. Zychlinski624641.00
T. Montgomery26633.00
W. Lyons13333.00
Oregon Ducks
B. Bennett24/3131831
L. James242259.32
B. Bennett22652.90
D. Thomas6488.01
J. Hoffman122.00
J. Huff11414.00
J. Huff611819.62
L. James5448.80
C. Lyerla56312.61
R. Vaughn44511.20
J. Hoffman33010.00
D. Blackmon11818.00
E. Dargan10010
D. Jordan103.000
J. Boyett7000
D. Mathis61.000
K. Alonso71.000
L. Koa-Ka'ai52.000
T. Hart6000
R. Heimuli5000
R. Beard1/36/6927
J. Rice418546.20
L. James13434.00
R. Vaughn133.00
J. Hoffman111.00
L. James33913.00
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