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Old 12-12-2011, 04:37 PM   #113
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Week 11 Recap

Week 11 Scoreboard
#1 Alabama 35, LSU 30
#2 Georgia 37, Mississippi State 10
#3 Oklahoma 24, #24 Texas A&M 3
#4 Pittsburgh 38, Notre Dame 24
#5 USF 52, Houston 7
#6 Oregon 45, #15 Stanford 38
#7 Boise State 23, #16 Washington 17
Northwestern 17, #8 Nebraska 13
#9 USC 35, Colorado 14
Arkansas 31, #10 South Carolina 7
Iowa 31, #11 Michigan 27
#12 Virginia Tech 27, Miami-FL 25
Ole Miss 50, #13 Auburn 21
#14 BYU 37, Washington State 14
Penn State 29, #17 Ohio State 12
#19 Florida 30, Vanderbilt 23
#20 California 35, Oregon State 23
Maryland 24, #21 Clemson 21
#22 Wisconsin 35, Purdue 7
#25 Southern Miss 31, Memphis 10

Week 11 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#6 Oregon 45, #15 Stanford 38B. Nottingham (STAN): 436L. James (ORE): 225T. Montgomery (STAN): 196
#7 Boise State 23, #16 Washington 17J. Southwick (BSU): 263C. Polk (WASH): 98M. Burroughs (BSU): 90
Arizona State 45, San Diego State 31M. Eubank (ASU): 320M. Eubank (ASU): 153G. Robinson (ASU): 132
UCLA 48, Arizona 34T. Savage (ARIZ): 325M. Jones (UCLA): 149S. Evans (UCLA): 136
#9 USC 35, Colorado 14J. Scroggins (USC): 229M. Creer (COL): 79R. Woods (USC): 174
#14 BYU 37, Washington State 14J. Lark (BYU): 261J. Quezada (BYU): 76C. Hoffman (BYU): 136
#20 California 35, Oregon State 23Z. Maynard (CAL): 299I. Sofele (CAL): 74M. Harris (CAL): 100

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 4, 2012
11Alabama (41)901505
22Georgia (20)901470
77Boise State811095
912Virginia Tech81900
1218Michigan State53630
20NROle Miss63412
2125Southern Miss71375
2210South Carolina82351

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 4, 2012
77Boise State810.967
1015Virginia Tech810.946

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 4, 2012
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma1034 rushing yards, 6.1 YPC, 12 TDs, 261 receiving yards, 2 TDs
LaMichael JamesHBOregon1161 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 8 TDs
AJ McCarronQBAlabama2688 passing yards, 30 TDs, 5 INTs, 65.5%
Marcus LattimoreHBSouth Carolina829 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 12 TDs
Logan ThomasQBVirginia Tech2259 passing yards, 25 TDs, 7 INTs, 53.8%, 426 rushing yards, 3 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 4, 2012
#7 Boise State8-10.8805-1276177W4
#6 Oregon8-10.8805-1329197W3
#10 BYU8-10.8805-1266134W1
#15 California7-20.7705-1278149W3
#16 Washington7-20.7704-2268203L1
#25 Stanford6-40.6004-3414257L1
Oregon State3-60.3301-5177225L4
Washington State2-70.2200-6180292L7
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Old 12-12-2011, 06:05 PM   #114
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Matchup Preview | November 10, 2012
Oregon State Beavers
(3-6 (1-5), 1-3 Away)
#25 Stanford Cardinal
(6-4 (4-3), 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4044Total Yards6490
2861Total Offensive Yards5048
1740Passing Yards2873
1121Rushing Yards2175
19.6Points Per Game41.4
14Passing TD28
6Rushing TD20
163First Downs175
34Red Zone Attempts55
18-7Red Zone TD-FG31-12
73Red Zone Percentage78
Defensive Stats Comparison
3333Total Yards Allowed4450
2030Passing Yards Allowed3099
1303Rushing Yards Allowed1351
225Points Allowed257
3Fumble Recoveries10
25.0Points Per Game25.7
32Red Zone Attempts23
20-5Red Zone TD-FG15-2
78Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report
Jovan Stevenson, HB, torn shoulder
2 weeks
Anthony Wilkerson, HB, concussion
Markus Wheaton, WR, strained back
3 weeks

Michael Philipp, LT, broken ribs

Game Notes
With two games left in the regular season, and the Big Game against a resurgent Cal team next week, Stanford is anxious to get back onto their home field and rid themselves of the demons that plagued them on the road all season. To that end, 3-6 Oregon State may be in for a very long evening in Palo Alto, especially with the Cardinal planning on breaking out an all-black look with their uniforms, and several very prominent recruits planning on being in attendance.

Senior Ryan Katz has struggled at QB for the Beavers, with only 13 touchdowns to 8 interceptions and a completion percentage below 50. To make matters worse, star wideout Markus Wheaton has missed most of the season with a back injury, and will not be available against Stanford, either. In his stead, senior Jordan Bishop leads the team with 42 receptions and 626 yards. Tight end Colby Prince is a big, reliable target, and leads OSU with four touchdown catches. Their running game is skittish at best, however. Jordan Jenkins leads the way with 577 yards, but only 4.2 yards a carry. True freshman Dwayne Rankin is second on the team with 408 yards rushing, and leads the team with a paltry three rushing touchdowns.

Defensively, the Beavers are traditionally well-coached and very disciplined, even if they aren't the most talented bunch. They have an impressive linebacking corps of Shaydon Akuna (73 tackles, 1.5 sacks), Feti Unga (55 tackles), and Rueben Robinson (55 tackles, 3.5 sacks), and cornerback Jordan Poyer is an all-Pac 12 candidate, leading the Beavers with four interceptions. OSU starts four seniors on the defensive line, led by end Rudolf Fifita. Taylor Henry is dependable at the other end, and Castro Masaniai and Andrew Seumalo are enormous on the inside, weighing in at 336 and 285 pounds, respectively.

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Oregon State @ #25 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 10, 2012

Gaffney Leads Blackout of Beavers
Stanford running game doesn't miss a beat without Wilkerson

PALO ALTO, CA - On the first play from scrimmage, Oregon State's Jordan Jenkins ran right through a Stanford blitz and jogged 80 yards for a touchdown. He would do the same thing in the second quarter, and in the third quarter, Stanford QB Brett Nottingham threw three interceptions, one of which was taken back for a score.

All of the above added up to a much closer game than was expected, but Tyler Gaffney filled in flawlessly for Anthony Wilkerson, grinding Oregon State down to the tune of 212 yards and two scores as Stanford won their seventh game of the season, 34-24.

"This was one of the weirder games we've had here," coach Brian Kudron said. "We had the ball basically all game, our running game was top notch, and yet two busted plays on defense and one dreadful quarter where we turned the ball over, and the game was a nail biter."

When asked about Wilkerson's status for the Big Game against Cal next week, the Stanford coach was non-committal.

Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 10, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Oregon State Beavers (3-7, 1-6)7107024
#25 Stanford Cardinal (7-4, 5-3)10107734
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense256449
Rushing Yards211266
Passing Yards45183
First Downs529
Punt Return Yards3342
Kick Return Yards0104
Total Yards289595
3rd Down Converstion1-109-17
4th Down Conversion0-02-4
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/04/0
Posession Time9:1441:44
Scoring Summary
11:49(ORST) Jenkins, 80 yard run (Johnson kick)70
6:57(STAN) Gaffney, 2 yard run (Williamson kick)77
3:48(STAN) Williamson, 50 yard FG710
11:33(STAN) Gaffney, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)717
7:09(ORST) Jenkins, 83 yard run (Johnson kick)1417
0:23(STAN) Williamson, 47 yard FG1420
0:00(ORST) Johnson, 47 yard FG1720
5:24(ORST) Parker, 22 yard INT return (Johnson kick)2420
0:00(STAN) Nottingham, 2 yard pass to Rashad-Patterson (Williamson kick)2427
5:26(STAN) Nottingham, 2 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)2434
Oregon State Beavers
R. Katz4/204500
J. Jenkins1621413.32
R. Katz2-3-1.50
T. Zimmerman199.00
T. Perry122.00
B. Cooks11818.00
C. Prince11616.00
F. Unga14000
J. Lagrone10010
T. Henry8000
C. Masaniai61.000
R. Reynolds7000
A. Seumalo81.000
R. Robinson12000
S. Akuna6000
R. Fifita62.000
A. Watkins10010
K. Parker1011
M. Johnson1/23/3647
M. Johnson831038.72
J. Bishop23316.50
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham16/2618323
T. Gaffney402125.32
R. Wright13544.10
B. Nottingham6-25-4.10
K. Young133.00
T. Montgomery12222.00
Z. Ertz5438.61
T. Montgomery55811.60
J. Rashad-Patterson44611.51
L. Toilolo23618.00
B. Lueders2000
D. Carrington3000
T. Stephens31.000
W. Lyons4000
B. Gardner4000
S. Skov1000
B. Browning3000
J. Williamson2/24/41050
D. Zychlinski29648.00
T. Montgomery37023.30
W. Lyons13434.00
D. Terrell34214.00
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Week 12 Recap

Week 12 Scoreboard
#1 Alabama 31, Mississippi State 30
#2 Georgia 37, #17 Auburn 10
Duke 27, #4 Pittsburgh 21
#5 USF 35, Louisville 21
#15 California 31, #6 Oregon 17
#7 Boise State 31, Washington State 10
#8 USC 41, Arizona 14
#9 Virginia Tech 28, North Carolina 14
#16 Washington 26, #10 BYU 14
#24 Iowa 23, #11 Nebraska 14
Minnesota 24, #12 Michigan State 13
#13 Michigan 52, Northwestern 13
#22 South Carolina 35, #14 Florida 31
#18 Wisconsin 35, Penn State 26
#19 Utah 45, Nevada 10
#20 Ole Miss 55, Tulane 21
Tulsa 25, #21 Southern Miss 17
#23 Troy 41, North Texas 23
#25 Stanford 34, Oregon State 24

Week 12 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#25 Stanford 34, Oregon State 24B. Nottingham (STAN): 183J. Jenkins (OSU): 214T. Montgomery (STAN): 58
#8 USC 41, Arizona 14M. Barkley (USC): 264D. Baxter (USC): 89R. Woods (USC): 106
#15 California 31, #6 Oregon 17Z. Maynard (CAL): 287L. James (ORE): 96S. Hagan (CAL): 91
#7 Boise State 31, Washington State 10J. Southwick (BSU): 267L. Mitz (WSU): 72K. Moore (BSU): 140
#19 Utah 45, Nevada 10J. Wynn (UTAH): 351T. Palamo (UTAH): 100D. Christopher (UTAH): 101
Arizona State 38, Colorado 24M. Eubank (ASU): 290C. Marshall (ASU): 81C. Marshall (ASU): 110
UCLA 21, San Diego State 0J. Bernards (SDSU): 220M. Jones (UCLA): 202G. Escobar (SDSU): 61
#16 Washington 26, #10 BYU 14J. Heaps (BYU): 178C. Polk (WASH): 116M. Mathews (BYU): 80

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 11, 2012
11Alabama (41)1001505
22Georgia (20)1001481
57Boise State911063
79Virginia Tech91986
1622South Carolina92582
1720Ole Miss73540
24NRFlorida State73311
2512Michigan State54291

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 11, 2012
57Boise State910.978
810Virginia Tech910.963

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 11, 2012
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma1034 rushing yards, 6.1 YPC, 12 TDs, 261 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Marcus LattimoreHBSouth Carolina994 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 13 TDs
LaMichael JamesHBOregon1257 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 8 TDs
AJ McCarronQBAlabama3005 passing yards, 32 TDs, 6 INTs, 63.7%
Denard RobinsonQBMichigan1888 passing yards, 12 TDs, 3 INTs, 59.7%, 678 rushing yards, 8 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 11, 2012
#5 Boise State9-10.9006-1307187W5
#8 California8-20.8006-1309166W4
#9 Oregon8-20.8005-2346228L1
#11 Washington8-20.8005-2294217W1
#12 BYU8-20.8005-2280160L1
#22 Stanford7-40.6305-3448281W1
Oregon State3-70.3001-6201259L5
Washington State2-80.2000-7190323L8
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Kudron lands his Quarterback
Stanford steals Mater Dei's Williams from USC

PALO ALTO, CA - Several years ago, Matt Leinart quarterbacked USC to three straight BCS bowl games, winning the 2005 National Championship and the Heisman Trophy for the 2004 season. Presently, Matt Barkley is finishing his fourth year at the helm for the Trojans, and has them on the brink of their second straight Pac-12 title game and a shot at the Rose Bowl.

And now, the latest star quarterback to come from Mater Dei High in the Orange County haven of Santa Ana is headed to the Pac-12 as well.

The difference is, this one has said no to USC and is headed up the coast to play for Brian Kudron at Stanford.

5-star signal caller Shane Williams made the call shortly after Stanford's win against Oregon State, officially committing to his longtime favorite over other pursuers, including USC, Alabama, and Florida.

"It would've been easy to pick SC, with the Mater Dei lineage they've got going," Williams said. "But I really like Stanford's offense, and I love what Andrew Luck and now Brett Nottingham have done the last few years. Coach Kudron told me from the start I was the #1 guy on their board, and they wanted me to continue the legacy they're building at the quarterback position."

At 6'5, 232 pounds, Williams, the 2nd-ranked QB in the 2013 class, has a commanding pocket presence and an abundance of arm strength that fits an NFL-style offense to a tee. Pigeon-holing him as a statue would be a mistake, however. Williams won't remind anyone of Michael Vick or Vince Young, but he'll give Stanford fans flashes of Andrew Luck with his ability to move around and take off when needed, a skill that Brett Nottingham has struggled with.

Landing their star QB made the weekend a success as is, but Stanford's coaching staff roped in three additional 4-star players in addition to Williams: tight end/wide receiver Ryan Mitchell of Cathedral City (CA), safety Curtis Webb of Steamboat Springs (CO), and linebacker Jeff Charles of Palm Springs (CA). Mitchell isn't the jumbo-sized tight end Stanford has specialized in recently, weighing in at only 221 pounds. He may actually start his career as a big, physical wide receiver. Charles, too, doesn't fit the mold sizewise. At 220 pounds, normally Stanford would take a pass on him, as the 3-4 defense requires bigger linebackers. Charles, however, has speed and instincts that are second to none, and Stanford's coaches apparently think he'll be able to make up for his lack of ideal size. Webb, on the other hand, does look the part at 6'2, 199 pounds, and while he isn't the fastest, he also has good instincts, and he hits like a freight train. He's drawn comparisons to Oregon safety John Boyett.

Meanwhile, Stanford's #1 defensive target in this class, 4-star Chandler (AZ) Hamilton nose tackle Andrew Edwards was also in town for the win over the Beavers. Although he hasn't reached a decision yet, he made it clear that following his visit, Stanford is now the team to beat for his services.
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Matchup Preview | November 17, 2012
#8 California Golden Bears
(8-2 (6-1), 3-2 Away)
#22 Stanford Cardinal
(7-4 (5-3), 6-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
5392Total Yards7085
4319Total Offensive Yards5497
2302Passing Yards3056
2017Rushing Yards2441
30.9Points Per Game40.7
15Passing TD30
22Rushing TD22
232First Downs204
51Red Zone Attempts60
27-14Red Zone TD-FG35-12
80Red Zone Percentage78
Defensive Stats Comparison
2624Total Yards Allowed4706
1459Passing Yards Allowed3144
1165Rushing Yards Allowed1562
166Points Allowed281
5Fumble Recoveries10
16.6Points Per Game25.5
38Red Zone Attempts23
14-11Red Zone TD-FG15-2
65Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report
Keenan Allen, WR, ruptured disk
Out for season
Anthony Wilkerson, HB, concussion
Game Notes
Cal has snuck up on everybody this year, and has a great chance to steal the Pac-12 North title with a win over archrival Stanford and a loss by Boise State. The Bears are led by an impressive 1-2 punch at running back in seniors Isi Sofele (895 yards, 5.4 YPC, 8 TDs) and CJ Anderson (713 yards, 5.9 YPC, 10 TDs). This has been a requirement due to superstar receiver Keenan Allen rupturing a disk in his back in the season opener, an injury that ended his junior season. Without him, Cal's passing game has been scaled back substantially. Zach Maynard's passing numbers are pedestrian (2052 yards, 13 TDs, 8 INTs, 54%), and his primary targets now are tight end Spencer Hagan (43 receptions, 585 yards, 2 TDs) and sophomore wideouts Kaelin Clay (39-499-1) and Maurice Harris (28-426-3). Stanford's goal will absolutely be to make Maynard beat them with his arm.

Defensively, the Bears are as smothering as ever, ranking 1st in the Pac-12 in total defense and 2nd in both pass and run defense. As usual, they run the same 3-4 scheme Stanford deploys. Up front, Deandre Coleman, Aaron Tipoti, Todd Barr and Kendrick Payne provide a versatile mixture of agility and brute force. One player to possibly keep an eye on is sophomore nose guard Viliami Moala out of Grant Union High in Sacramento. Moala weighs in at 356 pounds, and could provide serious trouble for Stanford's iso running game.

At linebacker, Cal hasn't missed a beat, even with Mychal Kendricks and DJ Holt gone from last year's squad. David Wilkerson and Nick Forbes lead the team in tackles, and Dan Camporeale and Chris McCain are pass rushers from the outside.

In the secondary the Bears go four-deep at corner with Marc Anthony, Stefan McClure, Steve Williams and Josh Hill. Anthony leads the team with four interceptions, followed by McClure with three. The Bears are young at safety, with first year starters at both spots in sophomores Avery Sebastian and Michael Coley.
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#8 California @ #22 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 17, 2012

Big Game Beatdown
Stanford opens the floodgates after halftime to steamroll Cal

PALO ALTO, CA - As the clock hit 0:00 and All Right Now started to blast from the Stanford band, Cardinal coach Brian Kudron was able to do something he hasn't been able to do all season.

He smiled.

After a tight and tense first half, Stanford outscored their rivals from Berkeley 31-0 in the second half to run away with their third straight Big Game victory, 37-7.

"I couldn't be prouder of these kids," a Gatorade-soaked Kudron said afterward. "We faced a lot of adversity this year, and we didn't live up to all the goals we set for ourselves before the season, but this is always the most important game on the schedule, and our guys played like it today. It was really tight at halftime, but our seniors took charge, and after that I knew they wouldn't let this team lose to Cal in their last home game. It's a testament to the leadership on this team, and that will instill leadership in the underclassmen moving forward."

The difference between the first and second half was Stanford's vaunted running game. Cal's defense crushed it in the first half, and the Cardinal had a stunning 12 yards net rushing at halftime, only to explode behind Tyler Gaffney and later Anthony Wilkerson, finishing with 156 yards. Wilkerson was initially held out despite being cleared from his concussion, but he took over in the second half after Gaffney went down with a sprained elbow in the third quarter.

At eight wins, Stanford is likely in line for a spot in anywhere from the Holiday Bowl to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.
California Golden Bears at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 17, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#8 California Golden Bears (8-3, 6-2)70007
#22 Stanford Cardinal (8-4, 6-3)33141737
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense263424
Rushing Yards38156
Passing Yards225268
First Downs913
Punt Return Yards6929
Kick Return Yards050
Total Yards332503
3rd Down Converstion4-173-14
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/02/2
Posession Time17:3430:26
Scoring Summary
7:25(STAN) Williamson, 46 yard FG03
0:45(CAL) Maynard, 24 yard pass to Hagan (Stegall kick)73
4:36(STAN) Williamson, 34 yard FG76
4:54(STAN) Gaffney, 6 yard run (Williamson kick)713
3:34(STAN) Nottingham, 41 yard pass to Terrell (Williamson kick)720
10:26(STAN) Williamson, 20 yard FG723
8:51(STAN) Nottingham, 40 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)730
2:11(STAN) Wilkerson, 10 yard run (Williamson kick)737
California Golden Bears
Z. Maynard17/3622512
I. Sofele17402.30
C. Anderson6264.30
Z. Maynard5-28-5.60
R. Rodgers77210.20
S. Hagan610918.11
Q. Tedford22713.50
M. Harris122.00
J. Rush11515.00
C. McCain71.000
N. Forbes7000
M. Coley6000
J. Hill6000
A. Tipoti5000
M. Anthony5000
A. Sebastian2010
S. Williams30.500
I. Lapite30.500
T. Barr4000
A. Stegall0/11/11
D. Hicks1039439.41
M. Anthony66911.50
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham15/2926821
T. Gaffney181035.71
A. Wilkerson12605.01
B. Nottingham5-7-1.40
Z. Ertz512825.61
T. Montgomery57715.40
D. Terrell24824.01
G. Meinken199.00
L. Toilolo122.00
J. Rashad-Patterson144.00
T. Murphy81.000
S. Mitchell7000
S. Skov51.000
D. Carrington5010
B. Lueders6000
T. Stephens41.000
B. Gardner11.000
J. Vaughters3010
J. Williamson3/34/41346
D. Zychlinski835244.02
D. Terrell12323.00
W. Lyons12727.00
D. Terrell4297.20
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