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Old 12-17-2011, 03:58 AM   #129
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2012 Pac-12 Team Rankings

Total Offense

1. Stanford, 493.4 YPG
2. Utah, 462.8 YPG
3. USC, 438.2 YPG
4. Boise State, 430.8 YPG
5. Washington, 424.2 YPG
6. Oregon, 419.0 YPG
7. California, 398.8 YPG
8. BYU, 388.5 YPG
9. Nevada, 384.1 YPG
10. San Diego State, 382.1 YPG
11. Arizona, 368.9 YPG
12. Arizona State, 359.9 YPG
13. UCLA, 341.3 YPG
14. Oregon State, 326.4 YPG
15. Washington State, 324.5 YPG
16. Colorado, 279.1 YPG

Passing Offense

1. Boise State, 293.3 YPG
2. Utah, 287.0 YPG
3. Arizona, 279.1 YPG
4. Stanford, 277.0 YPG
5. BYU, 262.2 YPG
6. USC, 244.8 YPG
7. California, 220.5 YPG
8. San Diego State, 220.4 YPG
9. UCLA, 211.0 YPG
10. Arizona State, 201.2 YPG
11. Washington, 200.8 YPG
12. Washington State, 194.3 YPG
13. Oregon State, 189.3 YPG
14. Nevada, 183.3 YPG
15. Oregon, 182.6 YPG
16. Colorado, 181.1 YPG

Rushing Offense

1. Oregon, 236.4 YPG
2. Washington, 223.3 YPG
3. Stanford, 216.4 YPG
4. Nevada, 200.8 YPG
5. USC, 193.3 YPG
6. California, 178.3 YPG
7. Utah, 175.8 YPG
8. San Diego State, 161.7 YPG
9. Arizona State, 158.3 YPG
10. Boise State, 137.5 YPG
11. Oregon State, 137.0 YPG
12. UCLA, 130.3 YPG
13. Washington State, 130.25 YPG
14. BYU, 126.3 YPG
15. Colorado, 98.0 YPG
16. Arizona, 89.8 YPG

Points Per Game

1. Stanford, 40.4
2. Utah, 36.9
3. USC, 35.5
4. Oregon, 33.5
5. Boise State, 30.3
6. Washington, 29.8
7. Arizona, 29.4
8. Nevada, 28.5
9. California, 28.3
10. BYU, 27.5
11. Arizona State, 26.3
12. San Diego State, 24.5
13. Oregon State, 21.9
14. UCLA, 18.9
15. Colorado, 18.6
16. Washington State, 18.1

Passing Touchdowns

1. Utah, 36
2. Boise State, 34
3. USC, 33
t-4. Arizona, 32
t-4. Stanford, 32
6. BYU, 28
7. Nevada, 25
t-8. Arizona State, 22
t-8. Washington, 22
10. Oregon, 20
11. Washington State, 18
t-12. California, 17
t-12. San Diego State, 17
14. Oregon State, 16
15. Colorado, 15
16. UCLA, 12

Rushing Touchdowns

1. Oregon, 25
t-2. Stanford, 24
t-2. Washington, 24
t-4. California, 23
t-4. USC, 23
6. San Diego State 21
7. Nevada, 18
8. Utah, 17
9. Arizona State, 16
10. Oregon State, 14
t-11. Boise State, 13
t-11. UCLA, 13
13. Arizona, 12
14. BYU, 11
t-15. Colorado, 9
t-15. Washington State, 9

Sacks Allowed

1. California, 20
2. Oregon, 22
t-3. Oregon State, 27
t-3. USC, 27
t-5. Utah, 28
t-5. Nevada, 28
7. San Diego State
t-8. Arizona State, 33
t-8. Washington, 33
t-8. Colorado, 33
t-11. Stanford, 36
t-11. BYU, 36
t-11. UCLA, 36
t-11. Boise State, 36
15. Arizona, 40
16. Washington State, 41

First Downs

1. Utah, 285
2. Washington, 277
3. Oregon, 276
4. USC, 267
5. Nevada, 261
6. California, 256
7. Boise State, 254
8. BYU, 236
9. San Diego State, 234
10. Arizona State, 228
11. Arizona, 224
12. Washington State, 223
13. Stanford, 217
14. UCLA, 216
15. Oregon State, 208
16. Colorado, 175

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Total Defense

1. BYU, 267.7 YPGA
2. California, 282.7 YPGA
3. Utah, 293.0 YPGA
4. Nevada, 302.6 YPGA
5. Washington, 328.7 YPGA
6. USC, 332.0 YPGA
7. Boise State, 342.2 YPGA
8. UCLA, 345.6 YPGA
9. Arizona State, 372.3 YPGA
10. Arizona, 377.3 YPGA
11. Oregon State, 380.0 YPGA
12. Oregon, 380.3 YPGA
13. San Diego State, 385.7 YPGA
14. Stanford, 414.1 YPGA
15. Colorado, 415.8 YPGA
16. Washington State, 447.2 YPG

Pass Defense

1. BYU, 141.1 YPGA
2. California, 155.1 YPGA
3. Nevada, 167.6 YPGA
4. Utah, 176.2 YPGA
5. Boise State, 182.5 YPGA
6. Washington, 190.2 YPGA
7. Arizona State, 191.8 YPGA
8. San Diego State, 197.3 YPGA
9. USC, 209.2 YPGA
10. Oregon State, 218.3 YPGA
11. UCLA, 219.5 YPGA
12. Arizona, 228.7 YPGA
13. Oregon, 245.2 YPGA
14. Colorado, 250.8 YPGA
15. Washington State, 260.1 YPGA
16. Stanford, 280.1 YPGA

Rush Defense

1. Utah, 116.8 YPGA
2. USC, 122.8 YPGA
3. UCLA, 126.1 YPGA
4. BYU, 126.6 YPGA
5. California, 127.6 YPGA
6. Stanford, 133.3 YPGA
7. Nevada, 135.0 YPGA
8. Oregon, 135.1 YPGA
9. Washington, 138.5 YPGA
10. Arizona, 148.7 YPGA
11. Boise State, 159.6 YPGA
12. Oregon State, 161.8 YPGA
13. Colorado, 165.1 YPGA
14. Arizona State, 180.5 YPGA
15. Washington State, 187.1 YPGA
16. San Diego State, 188.4 YPGA

Points Per Game Allowed

1. Utah, 14.6
2. Nevada, 16.1
3. USC, 18.7
4. BYU, 19.1
5. California, 19.5
6. Washington, 19.7
7. Boise State, 22.8
8. Oregon, 23.1
9. Stanford, 24.0
10. San Diego State, 25.0
11. UCLA, 26.9
12. Oregon State, 27.0
13. Arizona State, 27.3
14. Colorado, 29.8
15. Arizona, 32.8
16. Washington State, 33.3

Sacks

1. Stanford, 56
2. Arizona State, 39
3. BYU, 36
t-4. USC, 35
t-4. Washington, 35
t-4. Boise State, 35
t-4. Colorado, 35
t-8. California, 34
t-8. San Diego State, 34
t-10. Arizona, 32
t-10. UCLA, 32
12. Utah, 31
13. Oregon State, 30
14. Nevada, 29
15. Washington State, 28
16. Oregon, 26

Fumbles Recovered

1. USC, 14
2. Utah, 12
3. Stanford, 11
t-4. Arizona, 10
t-4. Oregon, 10
6. Nevada, 9
7. Boise State, 8
t-8. San Diego State, 7
t-8. Washington State, 7
t-8. UCLA, 7
t-11. California, 6
t-11. Washington, 6
t-11. BYU, 6
14. Colorado, 5
15. Arizona State, 4
16. Oregon State, 3

Interceptions

1. Stanford, 24
2. USC, 23
3. Arizona, 21
4. Utah, 19
t-5. California, 18
t-5. BYU, 18
7. Oregon State, 17
8. Arizona State, 16
9. Washington, 15
t-10. UCLA, 14
t-10. Nevada, 14
12. Boise State, 13
13. Oregon, 12
14. San Diego State, 11
15. Washington State, 10
16. Colorado, 9

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Third Down Conversions

1. Washington, 50%
t-2. California, 46%
t-2. Oregon, 46%
t-2. Nevada, 46%
5. Utah, 45%
6. USC, 44%
7. UCLA, 43%
8. Boise State, 42%
9. San Diego State, 41%
t-10. Washington State, 39%
t-10. Arizona State, 39%
t-12. Colorado, 37%
t-12. Arizona, 37%
t-12. Stanford, 37%
t-12. BYU, 37%
16. Oregon State, 36%

Fourth Down Conversions

1. California, 75% (12/16)
t-2. Nevada, 68% (11/16)
t-2. BYU, 68% (13/19)
4. Oregon, 66% (8/12)
5. Arizona State, 63% (7/11)
6. Utah, 61% (8/13)
7. Washington State, 60% (9/15)
8. USC, 58% (7/12)
9. Oregon State, 55% (5/9)
10. Arizona, 54% (6/11)
t-11. Stanford, 52% (10/19)
t-11. Washington, 52% (9/17)
13. San Diego State, 50% (5/10)
14. Colorado, 40% (6/15)
15. Boise State, 30% (7/23)
16. UCLA, 22% (2/9)

Two-Point Conversions

t-1. California, 100% (2/2)
t-1. USC, 100% (1/1)
t-1. BYU, 100% (2/2)
t-4. San Diego State, 66% (2/3)
t-4. Boise State, 66% (2/3)
6. Washington, 60% (3/5)
t-7. Utah, 50% (1/2)
t-7. Arizona, 50% (1/2)
t-7. Oregon State, 50% (1/2)
t-10. UCLA, 33% (1/3)
t-10. Oregon, 33% (2/6)
t-12. Colorado, 0% (0/2)
t-12. Washington State, 0% (0/1)
t-12. Arizona State, 0% (0/4)
t-12. Nevada, 0% (0/1)
t-12. Stanford, 0% (0/1)

Offensive Red Zone Percentage
(TD + FG = total scores/total attempts)

1. Boise State, 83% (29 + 12 = 41/49)
t-2. California, 81% (29 + 15 = 44/54)
t-2. USC, 81% (33 +7 = 40/49)
t-2. Arizona State, 81% (28 + 7 = 35/43)
t-5. Utah, 79% (39 + 18 = 57/72)
t-5. Stanford, 79% (37 + 14 = 51/64)
t-5. Oregon, 79% (31 + 11 = 42/53)
8. Oregon State, 75% (25 + 8 = 33/44)
t-9. Washington, 72% (33 + 10 = 43/59)
t-9. Nevada, 72% (28 + 6 = 34/47)
t-11. Colorado, 66% (13 + 3 = 16/24)
t-11. Washington State, 66% (22 + 4 = 26/39)
t-13. San Diego State, 65% (27 + 7 = 34/52)
t-13. UCLA, 65% (18 + 7 = 25/38)
t-15. Arizona, 64% (31 + 6 = 37/57)
t-15. BYU, 64% (21 + 8 = 29/45)

Red Zone Defense
(TDs allowed + FGs allowed = total scores allowed/total attempts)

1. USC, 65% (21 + 8 = 29/44)
2. Utah, 67% (16 + 5 = 21/31)
t-3. California, 68% (18 + 14 = 32/47)
t-3. Oregon, 68% (16 + 10 = 26/38)
t-5. San Diego State, 71% (26 + 4 = 30/42)
t-5. Washington, 71% (20 + 8 = 28/39)
7. UCLA, 72% (32 + 4 = 36/50)
[b]8. Stanford, 73% (15 + 2 = 17/23)
t-9. Washington State, 75% (37 + 10 = 47/62)
t-9. Arizona State, 75% (20 + 13 = 33/44)
11. Colorado, 76% (35 + 17 = 52/68)
12. BYU, 77% (16 + 11 = 27/35)
13. Boise State, 78% (23 + 13 = 36/46)
t-14. Oregon State, 81% (30 + 5 = 35/43)
t-14. Nevada, 81% (17 + 5 = 22/27)
16. Arizona, 83% (35 +3 = 38/46)

Giveaways

1. Utah, 12
2. Oregon, 15
3. Washington, 16
t-4. USC, 17
t-4. Nevada, 17
6. Oregon State, 18
7. Stanford, 19
t-8. Boise State, 21
t-8. San Diego State, 21
t-8. Arizona State, 21
11. California, 23
12. UCLA, 25
t-13. Colorado, 26
t-13. BYU, 26
15. Arizona, 32
16. Washington State, 34

Takeaways

1. USC, 37
2. Stanford, 35
t-3. Utah, 31
t-3. Arizona, 31
t-5. California, 24
t-5. BYU, 24
7. Nevada, 23
8. Oregon, 22
t-9. UCLA, 21
t-9. Washington, 21
t-9. Boise State, 21
t-12. Oregon State, 20
t-12. Arizona State, 20
14. San Diego State, 18
15. Washington State, 17
16. Colorado, 14

Turnover Differential

1. USC, +20
2. Utah, +19
3. Stanford, +16
4. Oregon, +7
5. Nevada, +6
6. Washington, +5
7. Oregon State, +2
8. California, +1
9. Boise State, 0
t-10. Arizona, -1
t-10. Arizona State, -1
12. BYU, -2
13. San Diego State, -3
14. UCLA, -4
15. Colorado, -12
16. Washington State, -17
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2012 Bowl Games

New Mexico Bowl: North Carolina (6-6) vs. Baylor (6-6)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: ECU (7-5) vs. Notre Dame (6-6)
New Orleans Bowl: Tulsa (9-3) vs. #19 Troy (11-1)
Las Vegas Bowl: #16 BYU (9-3) vs. Fresno State (10-2)
Poinsettia Bowl: Arizona (6-6) vs. Hawai'i (7-5)
Hawai'i Bowl: UTEP (6-6) vs. Central Michigan (7-5)
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Nebraska (6-5) vs. #25 Miami-OH (9-3)
Belk Bowl: NC State (7-5) vs. Houston (7-5)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Florida Atlantic (9-3) vs. #11 Stanford (8-4)
Music City Bowl: Texas A&M (6-6) vs. Georgia Tech (7-5)
Independence Bowl: Air Force (6-6) vs. Maryland (6-6)
Military Bowl: Western Michigan (8-5) vs. Army (7-5)
Champs Sports Bowl: UCF (8-4) vs. Clemson (9-4)
Humanitarian Bowl: Ohio (9-3) vs. #23 California (8-4)
Holiday Bowl: TCU (6-6) vs. #18 Boise State (10-3)
Sun Bowl: #12 Oregon (9-3) vs. Miami-FL (7-5)
Armed Forces Bowl: #22 Nevada (8-4) vs. Penn State (6-6)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: #24 Rutgers (8-4) vs. Southern Miss (9-3)
Texas Bowl: Michigan State (6-5) vs. Texas (6-6)
Insight Bowl: Texas Tech (8-4) vs. Ohio State (7-5)
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Ole Miss (8-4) vs. #21 Florida State (9-3)
Outback Bowl: #15 Auburn (9-3) vs. #17 Wisconsin (9-4)
Capital One Bowl: #14 Georgia (11-2) vs. #20 Minnesota (9-3)
Gator Bowl: Tennessee (7-5) vs. Illinois (7-5)
TicketCity Bowl: Marshall (7-5) vs. Northwestern (6-6)
Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State (8-4) vs. #9 Utah (10-2)
Godaddy.com Bowl: Temple (11-2) vs. Florida International (7-5)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Florida (7-5) vs. West Virginia (8-4)
BBVA Compass Bowl: Connecticut (6-6) vs. Arkansas (6-6)

2012 Bowl Championship Series



#4 Michigan (11-2) vs. #5 Washington (10-2)
Big Ten Champion vs. BCS At-large
Rose Bowl Game
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
January 2, 2013




#6 Alabama (12-1) vs. #8 South Florida (11-1)
SEC Champion vs. Big East Champion
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 2, 2013




#7 Pittsburgh (12-1) vs. #13 Iowa (9-3)
ACC Champion vs. BCS At-large
Discover Orange Bowl
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
January 3, 2013




#3 Virginia Tech vs. #10 South Carolina
BCS At-large vs. BCS At-large
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
January 4, 2013




#1 Oklahoma (12-0) vs. #2 USC (12-1)
BCS #1 vs. BCS #2
Discover BCS National Championship Game
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
January 9, 2013

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Matchup Preview | December 26, 2012
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Florida Atlantic Owls
(9-3, Away)
#11 Stanford Cardinal
(8-4, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
5378Total Yards7588
3948Total Offensive Yards5921
1896Passing Yards3324
2052Rushing Yards2597
24.0Points Per Game40.4
12Passing TD32
18Rushing TD24
231First Downs217
50Red Zone Attempts64
24-11Red Zone TD-FG37-14
70Red Zone Percentage79
Defensive Stats Comparison
3763Total Yards Allowed4969
1961Passing Yards Allowed3369
1802Rushing Yards Allowed1600
216Points Allowed288
34Sacks56
5Fumble Recoveries11
17Interceptions24
18.0Points Per Game24.0
44Red Zone Attempts23
15-12Red Zone TD-FG15-2
61Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report
Troy Niblack, LT, torn ACL
Out for season

Game Notes
On paper, this has the appearence of one of the biggest mismatches of the bowl season. Stanford still has high-level BCS talent all over the roster, while Florida Atlantic has the look of a slightly better than average non-BCS school. FAU is quarterbacked by 6'7 senior David Kool, who has 11 touchdowns, 13 interceptions, and a 40% completion rate this season. He does possess some mobility, ranking second on the team with 638 yards rushing, behind running back Travis Jones' 774. Senior Byron Hankerson is FAU's primary threat at receiver, snagging 64 catches for 831 yards and 6 touchdowns on the season.


Defensively, linebacker Yourhighness Morgan leads the Owls with 81 tackles, while defensive end Anthony White leads the team in tackles for loss (21) and sacks (6.5). Cornerback Andrew Haynes has six interceptions, while safeties Tony Rodriguez and Brentley Harstad each have four. The Owls have had an impressive 9-3 season, but make no mistake, they appear to be in well over their heads against Stanford, especially with Stanford playing what amounts to a home game, making the short trip from Palo Alto up US-101 to San Francisco.
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#11 Stanford vs. Florida Atlantic
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
December 26, 2012




Stanford steamrolls FAU
Cardinal clicks on all cylinders to end 2012 with a bang

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - In the leadup to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, local media in the Bay Area wondered if Stanford would be motivated for the game against Florida Atlantic, after a season that saw them start off as #1, only to end in a third-tier bowl the day after Christmas.

Stanford coach Brian Kudron told his team before the game to leave no doubt.

And they didn't, as the Cardinal tore Florida Atlantic to pieces, grinding the Owls to dust to the tune of 445 rushing yards and a 69-24 thrashing.

"People were thinking we might just mail it in," Kudron said. "That was comical to me, because that goes against every principle this program is based on. I don't care what the game is, who the opponent is, or when it's played. As long as I'm the coach here, Stanford football will never play with anything less than 100% focus and determination. Players who aren't motivated to play don't come here. So I couldn't help but laugh at some of the newspaper articles in the last week or so. I knew what our guys were capable of, and I knew we would come out with our hair on fire today."

Anthony Wilkerson led the assault with 209 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, all in the first half. Tyler Gaffney sprained his ankle after his only carry of the game, opening the door for third stringer Remound Wright to run for over 100, and fourth stringer Kelsey Young to tout the rock 20 times in the second half. Wright and Young may be called to duty next season, as Gaffney is out of eligibility and Wilkerson is a possible early entry to the NFL after an excellent junior season.

Florida Atlantic Owls vs. Stanford Cardinal
Dec 26, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Florida Atlantic Owls (9-4)7010724
#11 Stanford Cardinal (9-4)212861469
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense298620
Rushing Yards37445
Passing Yards261175
First Downs1327
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards0136
Total Yards298755
Turnovers31
3rd Down Converstion4-1110-13
4th Down Conversion0-01-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/06/0
Penalties10-876-65
Posession Time9:4438:16
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGFAUSTAN
10:25(STAN) Wilkerson, 20 yard run (Williamson kick)07
4:25(STAN) Wilkerson, 3 yard run (Williamson kick)014
2:31(STAN) Nottingham, 55 yard pass to Toilolo (Williamson kick)021
0:37(FAU) Kool, 17 yard pass to Richardson (Carpenter kick)721
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGFAUSTAN
7:56(STAN) Nottingham, 1 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)728
7:09(STAN) Nottingham, 48 yard pass to Roberts (Williamson kick)735
4:08(STAN) Wright, 21 yard run (Williamson kick)742
0:37(STAN) Wilkerson, 6 yard run (Williamson kick)749
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGFAUSTAN
10:36(FAU) Kool, 20 yard pass to Bierman (Carpenter kick)1449
6:49(STAN) Williamson, 38 yard FG1452
2:07(STAN) Williamson, 46 yard FG1455
1:16(FAU) Carpenter, 42 yard FG1755
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGFAUSTAN
6:51(STAN) Meinken, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)1762
6:01(FAU) Kool, 22 yard pass to Howard (Carpenter kick)2462
0:50(STAN) Young, 12 yard run (Williamson kick)2469
Florida Atlantic Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
D. Kool16/3526132
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
T. Jones9111.20
D. Kool5193.80
M. Cunningham571.40
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
D. Richardson512525.01
B. Bierman35317.61
T. Jones242.00
D. Murphy22814.00
T. Howard12222.01
B. Hankerson11212.00
X. Stinson155.00
M. Cunningham11212.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Harstad14000
C. Johnson10000
T. Howard13000
D. Hinds10000
C. Henry6000
K. Reaser4010
Y. Morgan7000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
B. Carpenter1/13/3642
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
B. Carpenter626444.0
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham12/2117531
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
K. Young20854.21
A. Wilkerson1920911.03
R. Wright151177.81
G. Meinken6203.31
B. Nottingham1-2-2.00
T. Gaffney11616.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery5295.80
Z. Ertz3268.61
L. Toilolo25829.01
J. Roberts14848.01
S. Knapp11414.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
T. Murphy5000
T. Stephens41.000
S. Skov7000
B. Lueders7000
W. Lyons3010
D. Carrington2010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson2/39/91546
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery38127.00
W. Lyons25427.00
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Bowl Game Results

New Mexico Bowl: Baylor 31, North Carolina 24
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Notre Dame 48, ECU 7
New Orleans Bowl: #19 Troy 35, Tulsa 24
Las Vegas Bowl: #16 BYU 31, Fresno State 0
Poinsettia Bowl: Arizona 63, Hawai'i 7
Hawai'i Bowl: Central Michigan 31, UTEP 14
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Nebraska 24, #25 Miami-OH 6
Belk Bowl: NC State 35, Houston 7
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: #11 Stanford 69, Florida Atlantic 24
Music City Bowl: Texas A&M 27, Georgia Tech 21
Independence Bowl: Maryland 30, Air Force 9
Military Bowl: Army 24, Western Michigan 13
Champs Sports Bowl: UCF 34, Clemson 13
Humanitarian Bowl: #23 California 42, Ohio 24
Holiday Bowl: TCU 34, #18 Boise State 20
Sun Bowl: Miami-FL 45, #12 Oregon 14
Armed Forces Bowl: Penn State 27, #22 Nevada 26
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: #24 Rutgers 41, Southern Miss 27
Texas Bowl: Michigan State 28, Texas 21
Insight Bowl: Ohio State 58, Texas Tech 24
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Ole Miss 14, #21 Florida State 6
Outback Bowl: #17 Wisconsin 31, #15 Auburn 26
Capital One Bowl: #20 Minnesota 31, #14 Georgia 24
Gator Bowl: Illinois 31, Tennessee 14
TicketCity Bowl: Northwestern 27, Marshall 10
Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State 20, #9 Utah 14
Godaddy.com Bowl: Temple 13, Florida International 10 (OT)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Florida 37, West Virginia 14
BBVA Compass Bowl: Arkansas 45, Connecticut 28

Rose Bowl: #4 Michigan 35, #5 Washington 21
Sugar Bowl: #6 Alabama 31, #8 USF 27
Orange Bowl: #7 Pittsburgh 35, #13 Iowa 31
Fiesta Bowl: #3 Virginia Tech 22, #10 South Carolina 17

BCS National Championship: #1 Oklahoma 38, #2 USC 17
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NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 10, 2013
RKTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1Oklahoma (61)1301525
2Michigan1221297
3Virginia Tech1211240
4Alabama1311183
5USC1221104
6Pittsburgh1311089
7Washington103934
8USF112890
9South Carolina103789
10BYU103781
11Stanford94741
12Utah103730
13Wisconsin104691
14Troy121687
15Minnesota103676
16Georgia113632
17Iowa94554
18California94497
19Rutgers94462
20Oregon94457
21Auburn94444
22Miami-FL85419
23Ole Miss94351
24Oklahoma State94335
25Temple122333


NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Jan 10, 2013
RKTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1Oklahoma (65)1301625
2Michigan1221373
3Virginia Tech1211316
4Alabama1311285
5USC1221186
6Pittsburgh1311184
7USF1311184
8Washington1031014
9Stanford94978
10South Carolina103844
11BYU103837
12Wisconsin104827
13Troy121813
14Utah103783
15Minnesota103682
16Georgia113619
17California94557
18Iowa94532
19Auburn94516
20Rutgers94515
21Miami-FL85462
22Oregon94395
23Oklahoma State94380
24Temple122361
25Ole Miss94333
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Stanford Cardinal Stats - 2012
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Brett Nottingham213/409349516.4268.8803416143.5
Craig Humphrey1/244.00.5410231.8
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Anthony Wilkerson20113906.9841213115.81
Tyler Gaffney13711088.08911985.21
Remound Wright805206.5344252.00
Kelsey Young301484.9130237.01
Ty Montgomery66510.835204.90
Geoff Meinken14574.08034.30
Jamal Rashad-Patterson341.38000.30
Craig Humphrey3-6-2.0000-0.80
Brett Nottingham57244-4.21801-18.73
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Ty Montgomery74117015.8980889.9405
Zach Ertz5486315.91065766.3264
Levine Toilolo3457016.7564643.8181
Jamal Rashad-Patterson1829516.3344222.673
Drew Terrell718326.1376015.251
Anthony Wilkerson714220.2172011.8139
Ryan Hewitt46416.0031212.845
Tyler Gaffney15151.005143.949
Geoff Meinken10505.001723.833
Kevin Jackson34916.3337012.20
Jemari Roberts14848.0148048.00
Sam Knapp11414.001417.07
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Wayne Lyons5045950.0101281
Shayne Skov53409311.0151220
Trent Murphy5040904.031900
Blake Lueders4834826.028700
Devon Carrington3541761.091463
Barry Browning3527622.082350
Scott Mitchell3624602.08200
James Vaughters3522572.012520
Terrence Stephens2727548.513200
Ben Gardner32185010.019000
Charlie Hopkins2522474.512100
Usua Amanam2614401.031410
Terrence Brown2315381.57720
KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Ty Montgomery2865823.4380000
Wayne Lyons2157127.1440000
Ryan Hewitt23819.0260000
Drew Terrell12323.02303614.10
Jemari Roberts122.020000
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Jordan Williamson222975506868100134
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Daniel Zychlinski6326756242.434.80179
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Cardinal dodges early departures
Browning, Lueders, Carrington all set to return in 2013

PALO ALTO, CA - It's going to be hard enough for Stanford to replace some of their graduating seniors. Guys like Shayne Skov, Trent Murphy, David DeCastro, Jonathan Martin, Terrence Stephens, Tyler Gaffney, Levine Toilolo, and Sam Schwartzstein were crucial pieces in the resurgence of Stanford football over the past few years, and will be sorely missed next season.

Thankfully, the few who flirted with leaving early have opted to return.

Cornerback Barry Browning, outside linebacker/defensive end Blake Lueders, and corner/safety Devon Carrington all explored the possibility of going to the NFL a year early, but all three thought otherwise and will return to The Farm for their senior years in 2013.

Running back Anthony Wilkerson was widely believed to be the biggest early departure risk, but he said he never seriously considered leaving, and will return as the #1 back in 2013.

Backup safety Jordan Richards is exploring the possibility of transferring.
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