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Old 12-20-2011, 03:54 PM   #145
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

Recruiting 2014
Stanford will seek its third straight top 5 class

Quarterback: With Shane Williams on the roster, the need for QB is minimal for the Cardinal in this class. It's always a good policy to take one quarterback in every class, so Stanford may look for a less-heralded signal caller to provide depth. They're in touch with 3-star Huntington Beach QB Cornelius Drew (6'3, 230).

Running Back: When you're a power-run based football team like Stanford, there's never too many running backs on the roster, and there's always room for more. The number one target on the board for the Cardinal in 2014 is Monrovia product Will Brown. Brown is a bruiser at 6'1, 227 pounds, and will be heavily recruited, as he is the 7th-ranked running back in the country. Brown is reportedly enamoured with Stanford's offense, which has produced three 1000-yard rushers in the past two seasons.

Wide Receiver: Coach Brian Kudron has addressed the wideout position superbly in his first two classes at Stanford. There is only one senior on the roster (Jemari Roberts) along with only one junior (Ty Montgomery). After that, there are four true freshmen and two redshirt freshmen. Additionally, Kudron's vision of a plethora of jumbo-sized, physical pass catchers is coming to fruition. Redshirt freshman Terrance Bradford is the smallest wideout on the team in height (6'0) and second smallest in size (191). After him, there is Roberts (6'3, 213), Montgomery (6'2, 206), Willie Reed (6'2, 190), Ryan Mitchell (6'4, 221), Gary Harris (6'4, 220), Josh Lewis (6'5, 213), and Kevin Phillips (6'2, 202). With that said, there is always room on a roster for an electric playmaker, and Aaron Johnson of Thousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian fits that mold. The five-star receiver is a modest 5'11, 180 pounds, but he is perhaps the fastest high school player in America, drawing many, many comparisons to former Cal star DeSean Jackson. So while he doesn't fit the mold of the prototypical receiver Kudron looks for, he will be a prime Stanford target in 2014, and already has a tenative top four (in no order) of Stanford, Cal, Oregon, and Ohio State.

Tight End: The tight end is one of the most important pieces in Stanford's offense, and the Cardinal is loaded at the position this season with senior Zach Ertz, sophomore Kevin Jackson and redshirt freshmen Marcus Davenport and Jay Hicks. So the need is not severe, but if the right target were to come along, Stanford would be very interested. One intriguing prospect is three-star Marvin Moore of Chula Vista (CA) Eastlake. Moore is a towering prospect at 6'8, 230 pounds, definitely looking the part of a Stanford tight end.

Offensive Line: Stanford has developed a rich tradition of powerful, dominant offensive lines over the last few years, and the results have been fruitful in recruiting. That has allowed Coach Kudron to stockpile depth and hence be very selective moving forward. One slam dunk prospect is the top rated guard in the country, 5* James Garrett of Gonzaga Prep in Spokane (WA), alma mater of Stanford defensive end Charlie Hopkins. Garrett's top group is Stanford, Oregon, Washington and Boise State, and the fact that fellow Washington state product David DeCastro just concluded four years of stardom on Stanford's line has not been lost on him. Other prominent prospects include 4* Nick Cooper of Oxnard (CA) Santa Clara, 4* Fred Bailey of Redondo Beach (CA) Mira Costa, 4* Jarrett Green of Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha, and 4* Kyle Thompson of Chicago (IL) St. Rita.

Defensive Line: Stanford is always very careful in recruiting true defensive line prospects, as their 3-4 defense requires a different type of lineman. There is also not a huge need here, given recruiting success recently and the flexibility of players on the roster. Two notable prospects are 3* DE Walter Peterson of Thibodaux (LA) and 3* DT Danny Clark of San Jose (CA) Valley Christian.

Linebacker: One of the top priorities in this year's recruiting cycle for Stanford is to find an elite pass-rushing outside linebacker/standup end that is built for the 3-4, in the Chase Thomas/Blake Lueders mold. That makes Tucson (AZ) Palo Verde star Adrian Turner one of the most important prospects on the board for the Cardinal. Ranked as the 6th best outside linebacker in the country, Turner is another physical specimen at 6'7, 230 pounds, and appears to be a perfect fit for Stanford's scheme. The Cardinal has developed quite a following in Arizona, and that should be very beneficial in Turner's recruitment.

The need also exists for another hulking middle linebacker prospect, and Stanford is already in touch with the top three middle linebacker recruits in the country. At the top of that list is 4* Michael Ross of Cy-Creek High School in Houston, alma mater of Stanford left tackle Cameron Fleming. Coach Kudron has continued to build on Stanford's budding pipeline in Texas, having signed linebacker Matt Turner out of Dallas Skyline, punter Jermaine Rouse out of Eagle Pass, and cornerback Johnathan Cole out of Houston Cypress Ridge this past signing day, and nose tackle Chris Ham of Waxahachie and wideout Willie Reed of Fort Bliss the year before. Ross is the ideal size for the 3-4 at 6'3, 235 pounds.

Cornerback: Just as at wide receiver, Kudron has done a great job of recruiting to his ideals at the corner position, with many tall, physical corners now on the roster. And just as at wideout, a star prospect in the 2014 class may break the mold, as the 4th-ranked corner in the country, Devin Wilson of Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman has Stanford at the top of his list, and will be a priority for Stanford despite being smaller than what the Cardinal usually looks for at CB (5'11, 177 pounds). One other intriguing prospect is 3* TJ Gant of Long Beach Polytechnic.

Safety: While Stanford is hoping that Wayne Lyons and Devon Carrington restore the star power at safety this season, Coach Kudron's recruiting for jumbo-sized head hunters at the position will continue, and a trio of prospects have stood out early. At free safety, 6'3, 203-pound Greg Fisher of San Diego Cathedral Catholic looks like a perfect fit. The 4th-ranked free safety in the 2014 class has a top group that includes Stanford, USC, Utah, and Oregon. Meanwhile, promising prospects at strong safety include 4* Marquis Coley of Tukwila (WA) Foster and 3* Justin Hunter of San Jose Valley Christian. Coley is a lanky 6'3, 189, but is considered one of the best tackling safety prospects in America. However, Hunter may actually be higher on Stanford's board, as he is a monstrous 6'5, 225 pounds. Reports say Coach Kudron is evaluating to see if Hunter has the speed to play safety at the D-1 level, and that is the only reservation between him and a Stanford offer.
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Old 12-20-2011, 04:14 PM   #146
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Week 1 Recap

Week 1 Scoreboard
Results
#3 USC 77, Hawai'i 21
#6 South Carolina 41, SMU 10
#9 Utah 45, Utah State 10
#10 Georgia 42, North Texas 7
Boise State 41, #13 Auburn 31
#14 Pittsburgh 31, Maryland 21
#16 California 24, Northwestern 17
#19 Florida 21, Toledo 0
#22 Penn State 38, Syracuse 22
#23 Nebraska 34, Wyoming 17
Ohio State 28, #25 Ole Miss 13


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Aug 25, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Michigan (34)001498
22Alabama (21)001424
33USC (5)101374
44Oklahoma (1)001283
55Stanford001215
66South Carolina101169
77Wisconsin001084
88Washington001022
99Utah10960
1010Georgia10901
1111Virginia Tech00844
1212Oregon00788
1314Pittsburgh10697
1415USF00631
1516California10582
1617Florida State00535
1718Iowa00489
1819Florida10446
1920BYU00404
2021Miami-FL00364
2122Penn State10325
2213Auburn01317
2323Nebraska10288
24NRBoise State10271
2524Michigan State00254
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San Jose State @ #5 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
August 31, 2013




Putting the D back in Stanford
Lyons snags two interceptions as Cardinal rolls to open 2013

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford's best remedy toward fixing last year's defensive issues may be the play keep away.

It worked to a charm against San Jose State on Saturday, as the Cardinal's offense held the ball almost three times as long as SJSU's while rumbling its way to 507 yards rushing and a 73-10 victory.

Anthony Wilkerson led the way with 188 yards rushing, while redshirt freshman Kevin Purcell made his Stanford debut with 21 second half carries for 157 yards. Remound Wright and Kelsey Young also made noise on the ground while finding the endzone.

"It was a pretty good opening game for our guys," a nonchalant Brian Kudron said afterwards. "We've always got things to work on, of course. Our pass defense still has to improve, even though San Jose State throws the ball a lot anyway. Offensively today was pretty well-rounded; hard to find many flaws when you put up 700 yards and 70 points. But teaching never stops. You can never be satisfied."

San Jose State Spartans at Stanford Cardinal
Aug 31, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
San Jose State Spartans (0-1)730010
#5 Stanford Cardinal (1-0)035241473
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense349718
Rushing Yards12507
Passing Yards337211
First Downs1527
Punt Return Yards726
Kick Return Yards032
Total Yards356776
Turnovers41
3rd Down Converstion3-136-10
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/16/0
Penalties10-1297-80
Posession Time13:1434:46
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSJSUSTAN
2:32(SJSU) Ranieri, 2 yard pass to Grigsby (Waid kick)70
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSJSUSTAN
10:28(STAN) Nottingham, 15 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)77
5:33(STAN) Nottingham, 8 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)714
2:34(STAN) Wilkerson, 42 yard run (Williamson kick)721
1:27(STAN) Nottingham, 15 yard pass to Bradford (Williamson kick)728
0:55(STAN) Nottingham, 50 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)735
0:00(SJSU) Waid, 36 yard FG1035
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSJSUSTAN
11:06(STAN) Young, 70 yard run (Williamson kick)1042
6:57(STAN) Wright, 3 yard run (Williamson kick)1049
6:38(STAN) Wright, 31 yard run (Williamson kick)1056
4:36(STAN) Williamson, 41 yard FG1059
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSJSUSTAN
7:03(STAN) Humphrey, 4 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)1066
4:34(STAN) Humphrey, 3 yard pass to Hewitt (Williamson kick)1073
San Jose State Spartans
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
N. Ranieri23/5733713
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
J. Ford7213.00
N. Ranieri3-23-7.60
A. Sheffield11414.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
K. Nunn612420.60
A. Sheffield59619.20
C. Jones4287.00
N. Grigsby44611.51
J. Ford3227.30
C. Rogers12121.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Benwikere13000
V. Buhagiar9000
J. Bowen9010
D. Gutierrez8000
F. Vae51.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
H. Waid1/11/1436
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
H. Waid1045745.71
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Ford177.00
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham15/2319441
C. Humphrey3/51720
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
K. Purcell211577.40
A. Wilkerson201889.41
R. Wright77410.42
K. Young48621.51
G. Meinken188.00
B. Nottingham1-5-5.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Z. Ertz6599.82
J. Roberts44511.20
T. Montgomery26331.51
G. Meinken177.00
R. Hewitt133.01
K. Jackson144.01
G. Harris11010.00
T. Bradford11515.01
R. Mitchell155.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
W. Lyons7020
D. Carrington5000
B. Gardner22.000
S. Mitchell3000
J. Lancaster11.000
B. Browning0010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson1/110/101341
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse310334.31
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery13232.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford3268.60
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Week 2 Recap

Week 2 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Michigan 42, FCS East 7
#24 Boise State 24, #2 Alabama 21
West Virginia 24, #4 Oklahoma 17 (OT)
#5 Stanford 73, San Jose State 10
#7 Wisconsin 34, Arizona State 14
#9 Utah 54, FCS East 0
#10 Georgia 54, FCS West 7
#11 Virginia Tech 23, East Carolina 13
#12 Oregon 33, Illinois 10
#13 Pittsburgh 56, Akron 7
#25 Michigan State 45, #14 USF 14
#16 Florida State 17, FCS Midwest 12
Northern Illinois 31, #17 Iowa 24
#20 Miami-FL 27, #18 Florida 24
#19 BYU 36, Texas 16
#21 Penn State 63, Eastern Michigan 0
#23 Nebraska 41, Southern Miss 24


Week 2 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#5 Stanford 73, San Jose State 10N. Ranieri (SJSU): 337A. Wilkerson (STAN): 188K. Nunn (SJSU): 124
Arizona 55, UNLV 21T. Savage (ARIZ): 380D. Haines (UNLV): 123R. Morrison (ARIZ): 138
#24 Boise State 24, #2 Alabama 21P. Sims (ALA): 221D. Hart (ALA): 85M. Miller (BSU): 124
#12 Oregon 33, Illinois 10N. Schheelhaase (ILL): 311D. Thomas (OREG): 91D. Hoebing (ILL): 102
#9 Utah 54, FCS East 0T. Shreve (UTAH): 173T. Palamo (UTAH): 129K. Scott (UTAH): 63
San Diego State 38, Utah State 32 (2 OT)J. Higgins (USU): 283R. Hillman (SDSU): 160J. Theurer (USU): 127
Nevada 35, Washington State 14T. Lantrip (NEV): 330S. Jefferson (NEV): 122S. Jefferson (NEV): 118
Fresno State 31, Colorado 16G. Watson (FS): 206T. Jones (COL): 57A. Johnson (FS): 77
#19 BYU 36, Texas 16G. Gilbert (TEX): 194J. Quezada (BYU): 154C. Hoffman (BYU): 73
#7 Wisconsin 34, Arizona State 14M. Eubank (ASU): 130J. White (WIS): 162J. Pedersen (WIS): 69
Oregon State 32, Hawai'i 25C. Nielsen (HAW): 325J. Stevenson (OSU): 162B. Stutzmann (HAW): 119


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 1, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Michigan (38)101502
23USC (21)101379
35Stanford (1)101260
46South Carolina (1)101202
57Wisconsin101161
68Washington001087
79Utah201031
810Georgia20976
911Virginia Tech10938
102Alabama01925
1112Oregon10868
1213Pittsburgh20815
1315California10712
144Oklahoma01703
1516Florida State10661
1618Florida20590
17NRWest Virginia20587
1819BYU10515
1921Penn State20421
2024Boise State20398
2123Nebraska20343
2214USF01332
2325Michigan State10330
2422Auburn01286
25NROhio State20200
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Stanford was always the one for Brown
SoCal back kicks off 2014 class for the Cardinal

PALO ALTO, CA - Will Brown didn't see any reason to wait.

The 6'1, 227-pound running back from Monrovia High School in the San Gabriel Valley became the first member of Stanford's 2014 recruiting class Saturday, quickly jumping on the scholarship offer from Stanford coach Brian Kudron.

Ranked as the #7 RB and 54th best prospect overall in the class of 2014, Brown fits the prototypical mold of a Stanford running back, relying on brute force over elusiveness or breakaway speed. Brown checks in at #6 in the California state rankings.
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Army @ #3 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
September 7, 2013




Stanford Marches On
Defense is dominant as Nottingham fires on all cylinders

PALO ALTO, CA - After two games in 2012, something was obviously very wrong with Stanford's defense.

Two games into 2013, things look to be turning around.

Outside of a few hiccups, Stanford's defense lowered the hammer on Army's triple option attack, keeping the Black Knights to 85 yards rushing on 39 carries. That neutralized Army's offense as a whole and allowed the Cardinal to roll to a 46-3 win.

On offense, quarterback Brett Nottingham was lethal in his efficiency, completing 16 of 19 passes for 258 yards and three scores, while Anthony Wilkerson carried the load on the ground again with 157 yards and a pair of rushing touchdowns.

"I'm proud of our guys after these first two games," Brian Kudron said after the game. "It's still hard to tell what kind of team you have after just two games, but right now I'm happy with where we're at. Everything takes a step forward next week with conference play starting, so we've got to be up to the challenge."

One interesting item of note was senior left tackle Cameron Fleming being yanked from the game after committing three holding penalties in the first quarter. He was replaced by Kevin Kelly, the redshirt freshman from Anaheim Servite who, despite being a 3-star recruit out of high school, was the top lineman on Stanford's board in that cycle. Coach Kudron didn't comment when asked who would get the start at left tackle next week against San Diego State.

Army Black Knights at Stanford Cardinal
Sep 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Army Black Knights (0-2)30003
#3 Stanford Cardinal (2-0)317141246
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense150443
Rushing Yards85184
Passing Yards65259
First Downs914
Punt Return Yards1157
Kick Return Yards0111
Total Yards161611
Turnovers31
3rd Down Converstion2-143-12
4th Down Conversion0-00-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/11/2
Penalties8-1023-34
Posession Time16:5731:02
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGARMYSTAN
5:52(STAN) Williamson, 41 yard FG03
4:22(ARMY) White, 22 yard FG33
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGARMYSTAN
8:15(STAN) Wilkerson, 42 yard run (Williamson kick)310
5:18(STAN) Nottingham, 64 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)317
0:00(STAN) Williamson, 42 yard FG320
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGARMYSTAN
11:44(STAN) Nottingham, 39 yard pass to Bradford (Williamson kick)327
3:38(STAN) Nottingham, 22 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)334
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGARMYSTAN
11:33(STAN) Wilkerson, 5 yard run (Williamson kick)341
7:47(STAN) Williamson, 20 yard FG344
3:02(STAN) Safety, Arnold and Plantaric sacked DeBartolo in the endzone346
Army Black Knights
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
G. DeBartolo4/176502
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
G. DeBartolo1720.10
J. Tully14412.90
Z. Evans5163.20
R. Maples3268.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Z. Evans133.00
R. Maples13333.00
J. Griffin12323.00
J. Hughes166.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
J. Miller9000
T. McLees11000
J. Trimble71.000
J. Crockett6000
R. Alexander41.000
Q. Carrasco21.000
A. Nasir6010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
T. White1/20/0322
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
C. Boldt835844.71
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Z. Evans2115.50
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham16/1925831
C. Humphrey1/3100
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A. Wilkerson211577.02
R. Wright10575.70
C. Humphrey5-7-1.40
B. Nottingham3-26-8.60
K. Young11313.00
T. Montgomery100.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Z. Ertz513326.61
T. Montgomery4328.00
K. Jackson23517.51
A. Wilkerson188.00
R. Mitchell111.00
J. Roberts122.00
T. Bradford13939.01
R. Hewitt111.00
G. Meinken188.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Carrington9010
J. Hemschoot5000
W. Lyons5000
C. Hopkins41.000
L. Pope22.000
B. Gardner3000
A. Hayes30.500
B. Browning3010
E. Plantaric30.500
J. Arnold30.500
L. Callihan20.500
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson3/45/51442
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse413634.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery211155.50
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford55711.40
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Week 3 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Michigan 31, Notre Dame 21
#2 USC 31, Boston College 26
#3 Stanford 46, Army 3
#8 Georgia 28, #4 South Carolina 6
#5 Wisconsin 30, Washington State 10
Illinois 38, #6 Washington 21
#7 Utah 27, Kansas State 24 (2 OT)
#12 Pittsburgh 15, #9 Virginia Tech 13
#10 Alabama 51, Temple 0
#11 Oregon 23, Tennessee 17
#13 California 28, #25 Ohio State 3
#14 Oklahoma 38, Tulsa 7
#15 Florida State 44, Florida Atlantic 10
#16 Florida 38, Ole Miss 24
Baylor 37, #17 West Virginia 7
#18 BYU 19, Colorado 10
#19 Penn State 45, FCS Southeast 0
UCLA 45, #21 Nebraska 35
#23 Michigan State 31, Western Michigan 27
#24 Auburn 38, Mississippi State 17


Week 3 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#3 Stanford 46, Army 3B. Nottingham (STAN): 258A. Wilkerson (STAN): 147Z. Ertz (STAN): 133
San Diego State 39, Nevada 21J. Bernards (SDSU): 219R. Hillman (SDSU): 118O. Nicholas (SDSU): 136
#18 BYU 19, Colorado 10J. Heaps (BYU): 284T. Jones (COL): 74C. Hoffman (BYU): 96
Arizona State 52, FCS East 7M. Bercovici (ASU): 155K. Middlebrooks (ASU): 98C. Coyle (ASU): 130
Illinois 38, #6 Washington 21N. Scheelhaase (ILL): 206D. Young (ILL): 101S. Harris (ILL): 61
UCLA 45, #21 Nebraska 35B. Hundley (UCLA): 184B. Heard (NEB): 96R. Marvray (UCLA): 99
#2 USC 31, Boston College 26J. Scroggins (USC): 220A. Williams (BC): 132X. Grimble (USC): 164
#13 California 28, #25 Ohio State 3K. Boehm (CAL): 165B. Bigelow (CAL): 175K. Allen (CAL): 69
#5 Wisconsin 30, Washington State 10J. Budmayr (WIS): 149J. White (WIS): 181J. Abbrederis (WIS): 102
#7 Utah 27, Kansas State 24 (2 OT)T. Shreve (UTAH): 222H. Langi (UTAH): 146K. Scott (UTAH): 73
#11 Oregon 23, Tennessee 17T. Bray (TENN): 212R. Neal (TENN): 117J. Hunter (TENN): 110


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 8, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Michigan (34)201498
22USC (26)201439
33Stanford (1)201382
45Wisconsin201268
58Georgia301240
67Utah301174
712Pittsburgh301021
810Alabama11941
911Oregon20941
104South Carolina11913
1113California20839
1214Oklahoma11734
1315Florida State20734
149Virginia Tech11701
1516Florida30684
166Washington01640
1718BYU20585
1819Penn State30536
1920Boise State20488
20NRIllinois11350
2123Michigan State20347
2222USF01301
2324Auburn11269
24NROklahoma State20179
25NRMiami-FL11166
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