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Old 12-26-2011, 09:24 PM   #161
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#13 BYU @ #2 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 5, 2013

Stanford exacts vengeance on BYU
2013 revenge tour begins on the right note on The Farm

PALO ALTO, CA - One of the unwritten goals for Stanford headed into the season was to punish those who beat them last season - Notre Dame, BYU, Washington and Oregon.

They took that first step on Saturday, running roughshod over Jake Heaps and the BYU Cougars to the tune of a 40-7 thumping.

A year after being torn to pieces by Heaps and the BYU passing attack in Provo, Stanford held Heaps to only 168 yards passing, while Brett Nottingham and Anthony Wilkerson led the charge that staked Stanford to a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter, effectively putting the game out of reach.

"Obviously every game is important," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said. "But I'd be lying if I said we didn't have a few games circled on the schedule this year. This was one of them. We felt like we let one get away last year at their place, and we were determined to impose our will on them this time around. We play so fast and loose at home, I was very confident coming into this game. Just like I'm confident about our chances headed into next week."

The "next week" he's talking about is the second leg of the so-called revenge tour, as Washington travels south to the Bay Area. The Huskies beat the Cardinal in Seattle last October, 35-24.

Brigham Young Cougars at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 5, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#13 Brigham Young Cougars (4-2, 1-2)07007
#2 Stanford Cardinal (5-0, 3-0)14109740
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense267439
Rushing Yards99219
Passing Yards168220
First Downs1421
Punt Return Yards60
Kick Return Yards080
Total Yards273519
3rd Down Converstion5-158-16
4th Down Conversion1-30-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/03/0
Posession Time16:5631:04
Scoring Summary
7:04(STAN) Nottingham, 7 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)07
1:46(STAN) Wilkerson, 19 yard run (Williamson kick)014
7:17(STAN) Nottingham, 43 yard pass to Davenport (Williamson kick)021
5:20(BYU) Quezada, 5 yard run (Branch kick)721
2:52(STAN) Williamson, 47 yard FG724
7:49(STAN) Safety, Gardner and Lancaster tackled Quezada in the endzone726
4:01(STAN) Wilkerson, 23 yard run (Williamson kick)733
8:44(STAN) Nottingham, 3 yard pass to Roberts (Williamson kick)740
Brigham Young Cougars
J. Heaps16/3816801
J. Quezada21773.61
B. Romero4307.50
Z. Mendenhall310.30
J. Heaps2-9-4.50
A. Holt5255.00
J. Falslev4297.20
M. Mathews35819.30
J. Quezada3217.00
R. Apo13535.00
Z. Stout10000
T. Tuiloma6000
M. Ward61.000
D. Sorensen8000
G. Rowley62.000
A. Pettway4010
K. Gaines6000
K. Curry7000
M. Peterson11.000
K. Branch0/01/11
K. Branch726437.70
J. Falslev166.00
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham20/3721831
C. Humphrey1/1200
A. Wilkerson231787.72
R. Wright6488.00
C. Humphrey2-17-8.50
B. Nottingham2-14-7.00
K. Purcell11111.00
K. Young11313.00
T. Montgomery68514.11
A. Wilkerson3-10-3.30
R. Mitchell3165.30
Z. Ertz3268.60
J. Roberts33110.31
T. Bradford22914.50
M. Davenport14343.01
D. Carrington11000
J. Lancaster7010
B. Lueders51.000
W. Lyons6000
J. Hemschoot70.500
J. Vaughters7000
U. Amanam60.500
J. Williamson1/25/5847
J. Rouse416140.23
T. Montgomery38026.60
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Old 12-26-2011, 10:11 PM   #162
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Week 7 Recap

Week 7 Scoreboard
#1 USC 59, San Diego State 17
#2 Stanford 40, #13 BYU 7
#7 Penn State 26, #3 Michigan 17
#4 Wisconsin 37, Nebraska 34 (2 OT)
#5 Georgia 28, Tennessee 16
#8 Oklahoma 24, Texas 17
#9 Washington 38, UCLA 13
#10 Oregon 38, Arizona 17
#11 South Carolina 24, Kentucky 17
#14 Miami-FL 42, Texas Tech 20
#19 California 34, #15 Boise State 20
#17 Michigan State 38, #24 Illinois 24
#21 Virginia Tech 42, Idaho 3
#22 USF 37, Navy 7
Colorado State 14, #23 Mississippi State 7

Week 7 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#2 Stanford 40, #13 BYU 7B. Nottingham (STAN): 218A. Wilkerson (STAN): 178T. Montgomery (STAN): 85
#19 California 34, #15 Boise State 20K. Boehm (CAL): 186B. Bigelow (CAL): 98K. Clay (CAL): 86
#1 USC 59, San Diego State 17J. Bernards (SDSU): 221G. Farmer (USC): 100X. Grimble (USC): 95
Oregon State 30, Arizona State 27 (2 OT)C. Vaz (OSU): 190D. Rankin (OSU): 123B. Cooks (OSU): 112
#9 Washington 38, UCLA 13K. Price (WASH): 143M. Jones (UCLA): 80J. Rice, Jr (UCLA): 78
#10 Oregon 38, Arizona 17T. Parham (ARIZ): 223D. Thomas (ORE): 120J. Huff (ORE): 69
UNLV 41, Nevada 28D. Haines (UNLV): 324R. Adams (NEV): 101D. Davis (UNLV): 160

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 6, 2013
11USC (39)601503
22Stanford (21)501481
34Wisconsin (1)601403
47Penn State601331
66Florida State501202
1111South Carolina32794
1717Michigan State51571
2121Virginia Tech32409
2215Boise State42383

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 6, 2013
Silas ReddHBPenn State669 rushing yards, 7.5 YPC, 8 TDs, 183 receiving yards, 4 TDs
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College1188 rushing yards, 7.1 YPC, 11 TDs
James WhiteHBWisconsin643 rushing yards, 6.9 YPC, 7 TDs
George FarmerHBUSC520 rushing yards, 7.5 YPC, 8 TDs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford820 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 7 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 6, 2013
#2 Stanford5-01.0003-019341W5
#8 Washington4-10.8002-018489W4
Oregon State4-10.8002-0155125W2
#16 California4-10.8002-114084W1
#10 Oregon4-10.8001-1153106W2
#22 Boise State4-20.6601-2196148L1
#19 BYU4-20.6601-212597L1
Washington State0-50.0000-289172L5
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Matchup Preview | October 12, 2013
#8 Washington Huskies
(4-1 (2-0), 1-1 Away)
#2 Stanford Cardinal
(5-0 (3-0), 3-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2611Total Yards2930
2101Total Offensive Yards2370
922Passing Yards1064
1179Rushing Yards1306
36.8Points Per Game38.6
6Passing TD14
15Rushing TD10
120First Downs99
28Red Zone Attempts22
14-7Red Zone TD-FG13-2
75Red Zone Percentage68
Defensive Stats Comparison
1530Total Yards Allowed1212
849Passing Yards Allowed864
681Rushing Yards Allowed348
89Points Allowed41
4Fumble Recoveries3
17.8Points Per Game8.2
14Red Zone Attempts9
9-3Red Zone TD-FG2-4
85Red Zone Percentage66
Injury Report
Ben Riva, LT, hip fracture
Out for season

Game Notes
Two of the Pac-12's best defenses will take the field Saturday night on The Farm as #2 Stanford hosts #8 Washington. The Cardinal is 2nd in the Pac-12 in total defense, 3rd in pass defense, 1st in run defense, and 1st in scoring defense, while the Huskies are 3rd, 2nd, 5th, and 3rd in those categories, respectively. As is always the case against Stanford, the key for Washington's defense will be strength up front in order to stuff the Cardinal's power running attack, which sets the table for the entire offense. The Huskies definitely have the size and power to do so, with 281-pound Sione Potoa'e, 335-pound Lawrence Lagafuaina, 338-pound Semisi Tokolahi, and 350-pound Danny Shelton rotating in at defensive tackle. Josh Shirley and Hau'oli Jamora are very dangerous pass rushers off the edge, and Thomas Tutogi, John Timu, and Princeton Fuimaono are a excellent trio of linebackers.

In the secondary, senior strong safety Sean Parker is a three-year starter and one of the best safeties in the conference, but after him, the Huskies could prove vulnerable in pass defense, as they start two true freshmen in corner Charlie Rush and free safety Nick Elliott. Redshirt sophomore James Sample is beginning to assert himself into the rotation at both safety and corner, and was a highly touted star out of Grant High in Sacramento a few years back.

On offense, Washington is led by senior dual-threat QB Keith Price, who has yet to throw an interception on the season in 126 attempts. He also has 279 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. The Huskies have shown little to no dropoff in their running game despite losing All-American Chris Polk to graduation after last season. Senior Jesse Callier had 803 yards in 2011 and 709 yards in 2012 as Polk's understudy, and now has 468 yards and four touchdowns at 6.1 yards a pop as the #1 guy so far this season. His backup, Deontae Cooper, has 353 yards (5.5 YPC) and five touchdowns of his own.

At receiver, Kasen Williams is far and away the #1 guy now after being a secondary option his first two years in Seattle. He had a nice sophomore year in 2012 with 409 yards and three touchdowns. So far this season he has 262 yards at 15.4 yards per catch, but only one touchdown to date. There is a dropoff after Williams at wideout - senior William Chandler is a possession guy, and after that it's all freshmen and sophomores with little to no experience. This is offset, however, by the Huskies going three-deep at tight end, led by superstar Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who tortured the Cardinal last year with 165 yards and three touchdowns. He's actually off to a slower start this year with only 11 catches for 185 yards and one touchdown through five games, but it would be a fatal mistake to take him lightly, as he is without a doubt one of the best athletes and all-around players in the entire conference. In addition to ASJ, junior Michael Hartvigson is a stellar blocking tight end, and Marlion Barnett is a serviceable pass catcher, though he lacks ideal size for the position.
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#8 Washington @ #2 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 12, 2013

Wild Wild West
Nottingham's record performance carries Stanford past U-Dub in a thriller

PALO ALTO, CA - Two of the Pac-12's top three defenses, statistically, were set to face off Saturday night at Stanford.

So of course one of the most explosive offensive shootouts in recent memory would break out.

Stanford and Washington combined for 112 points and almost 1300 yards of total offense, with Cardinal QB Brett Nottingham's school-record 608 yards passing being the difference, as 2nd-ranked Stanford avenged last year's defeat to Washington by a surreal 62-50 score.

Nottingham's dazzling performance was marred a bit by four interceptions that helped Washington blow past Stanford's defense. But the Cardinal tightened things up as best they could after a wild first half.

"This is by far the strangest game I've ever been a part of," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said after it was all over. "When something crazy like this happens, you're almost tempted to just throw the film out without watching it and just move on. Our defense had a very subpar day by the standards we set for ourselves, but I'm confident by this point that this was an aberration. So overall, we just have to be happy that at the end of the game, we had more points than they did, and move forward from here."

Washington Huskies at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 12, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#8 Washington Huskies (4-2, 2-1)142001650
#2 Stanford Cardinal (6-0, 4-0)1421101762
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense514775
Rushing Yards138167
Passing Yards376608
First Downs2227
Punt Return Yards017
Kick Return Yards50100
Total Yards564892
3rd Down Converstion9-198-11
4th Down Conversion1-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/25/2
Posession Time20:1827:42
Scoring Summary
9:31(STAN) Nottingham, 41 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)07
8:21(WASH) Price, 3 yard pass to Barnett (McFarland kick)77
3:49(WASH) Callier, 4 yard run (McFarland kick)147
3:33(STAN) Nottingham, 71 yard pass to Wilkerson (Williamson kick)1414
9:43(STAN) Nottingham, 15 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)1421
8:07(WASH) McFarland, 45 yard FG1721
6:26(WASH) Price, 12 yard pass to Chandler (McFarland kick)2421
4:32(STAN) Nottingham, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)2428
2:56(WASH) Price, 66 yard pass to Campbell (McFarland kick)3128
1:50(WASH) McFarland, 23 yard FG3428
0:46(STAN) Wilkerson, 8 yard run (Williamson kick)3435
7:00(STAN) Wilkerson, 7 yard run (Williamson kick)3442
2:03(STAN) Williamson, 22 yard FG3445
11:35(WASH) McFarland, 30 yard FG3745
9:55(STAN) Wilkerson, 4 yard run (Williamson kick)3752
8:12(WASH) Ducre, 49 yard INT return (2-pt. failed)4352
6:09(STAN) Williamson, 28 yard FG4355
1:45(STAN) Nottingham, 29 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)4362
0:41(WASH) Price, 4 yard pass to Campbell (McFarland kick)5062
Washington Huskies
K. Price22/3835041
N. Montana3/32600
J. Callier28863.01
K. Price11444.00
D. Cooper188.00
W. Chandler816020.01
K. Williams6559.10
M. Barnett382.61
P. Campbell38829.32
T. Martin22613.00
L. Cronin11717.00
J. Perkins11212.00
J. Callier11010.00
G. Ducre8011
N. Elliott9000
S. Parker12000
H. Jamora6000
C. Rush5020
T. Tutogi6000
J. Sample5010
S. Potoa'e3000
J. Shirley1000
N. McFarland3/35/51445
N. McFarland521242.40
K. Williams12727.00
D. Cooper12323.00
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham33/5260844
A. Wilkerson241516.23
B. Nottingham362.01
R. Wright11010.00
T. Montgomery912213.50
Z. Ertz515030.01
R. Mitchell3206.60
T. Bradford34113.60
K. Jackson34113.62
J. Roberts37725.60
W. Reed23417.00
G. Meinken22613.00
G. Harris11010.00
R. Hewitt11616.00
A. Wilkerson17171.01
B. Gardner52.000
J. Vaughters11000
B. Browning71.010
U. Amanam6000
J. Lancaster8000
W. Lyons7000
J. Hemschoot61.000
D. Carrington7000
J. Gowan61.000
C. Ham11.000
J. Williamson2/28/81428
J. Rouse14646.01
T. Montgomery410025.00
R. Mitchell100.00
T. Bradford4174.20
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Week 8 Recap

Week 8 Scoreboard
#1 USC 45, Arizona State 10
#2 Stanford 62, #8 Washington 50
#3 Wisconsin 27, Minnesota 24
#5 Georgia 41, Vanderbilt 14
#6 Florida State 30, NC State 14
Kansas 28, #7 Oklahoma 10
#17 Michigan State 34, #9 Michigan 9
#22 Boise State 31, #10 Oregon 26
#11 South Carolina 38, Missouri 20
#12 Alabama 38, Ole Miss 20
#13 Miami-FL 45, Duke 21
#14 Rutgers 41, Navy 24
#15 Utah 34, UCLA 21
#16 California 56, Washington State 7
#18 Pittsburgh 34, Virginia 3
#19 BYU 31, Oregon State 14
#21 Virginia Tech 37, Maryland 12
#23 USF 28, UCF 17
#24 Baylor 45, Texas 17
Tennessee 21, #25 Arkansas 18

Week 8 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#2 Stanford 62, #8 Washington 50B. Nottingham (STAN): 608A. Wilkerson (STAN): 151W. Chandler (WASH): 160
#22 Boise State 31, #10 Oregon 26J. Sanders (BSU): 197D. Morrow (BSU): 76M. Miller (BSU): 70
#1 USC 45, Arizona State 10J. Scroggins (USC): 184G. Farmer (USC): 93M. Lee (USC): 91
San Diego State 28, Arizona 25J. Bernards (SDSU): 217R. Hillman (SDSU): 130R. Hillman (SDSU): 107
#19 BYU 31, Oregon State 14J. Heaps (BYU): 416B. Romero (BYU): 64M. Mathews (BYU): 148
#15 Utah 34, UCLA 21T. Shreve (UTAH): 253M. Jones (UCLA): 84D. Anderson (UTAH): 114
Nevada 38, Colorado 10T. Lantrip (NEV): 318T. Jones (COL): 148N. Beard (NEV): 232
#16 California 56, Washington State 7K. Boehm (CAL): 189D. Lasco (CAL): 135S. Hagan (CAL): 88

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 13, 2013
12Stanford (37)601501
21USC (22)701435
33Wisconsin (1)701350
44Penn State (1)601350
66Florida State601143
811South Carolina42786
1317Michigan State61679
2022Boise State52496
2221Virginia Tech42419

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 13, 2013
3Penn State600.986
6Florida State600.969
7South Carolina420.954

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 13, 2013
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College1368 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 14 TDs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford971 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 10 TDs
Silas ReddHBPenn State669 rushing yards, 7.5 YPC, 8 TDs, 183 receiving yards, 4 TDs
James WhiteHBWisconsin773 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 7 TDs
George FarmerHBUSC613 rushing yards, 6.9 YPC, 10 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 13, 2013
#1 Stanford6-01.0004-025591W6
#15 California5-10.8303-119691W2
#12 Washington4-20.6602-1234151L1
Oregon State4-20.6602-1169156L1
#21 BYU5-20.7102-2156111W1
#20 Boise State5-20.7102-2227174W1
#17 Oregon4-20.6601-2179137L1
Washington State0-60.0000-396228L6
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Atmosphere makes the difference for Hunter
Stanford pulls local star from Washington's grasp

PALO ALTO, CA - Headed into the weekend, 3* San Jose Valley Christian safety Justin Hunter was openly favoring Washington, and it appeared he was destined for Seattle.

But Stanford coach Brian Kudron never relented on him, and finally got him to visit for Saturday's wild 62-50 Cardinal win over those very Huskies Hunter was favoring. 24 hours later, Hunter pledged to Stanford.

"It really opened my eyes," he said. "I had never been to Stanford before, so it was an eye-opening experience to be there for a night game. It was a crazy game, and the fans were really into it. I just felt really comfortable there. My parents liked Washington, but they had always hoped I'd find somewhere closer to home, so they were on board with Stanford immediately."

Hunter is a jumbo-sized safety at 6'5, 225 pounds. His tackling and hitting abilities are unquestioned; it's his speed that he will have to prove once he reaches college.

Garrett checks in

Meanwhile, the nation's #1 offensive guard is beginning to narrow his focus.

James Garrett of Spokane (WA) Gonzaga Preparatory School has released a top five of Stanford, Washington, Boise State, Utah, and Oregon. He says there is no leader, and he has planned out his official visits. He will visit Stanford for the **** showdown with USC next week, followed by Washington for their game vs. Boise State on November 2, then Boise State on November 9th (against Washington State), Utah on November 14th (vs. San Diego State), and finally the Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State on November 23rd.

From Stanford's perspective, there are a couple major factors favoring the Cardinal in Garrett's recruitment. First, Garrett has been open about saying how important academics are to him, and Stanford is far and away the best school on his list in that regard. Additionally, Stanford has a great reputation in the state of Washington, and specifically at Gonzaga Prep, as G-Prep grad Charlie Hopkins is currently starting on Stanford's defensive line. Finally, as has been mentioned before, Garrett is very aware of fellow Washington state native David DeCastro's stellar career on The Farm, and the possibility of following in his footsteps is very appealing.


Elsewhere, the Cardinal appears to be close to locking up a few more very prominent prospects on their board. 4* offensive guard Jarrett Green (Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha), 4* cornerback Devin Wilson (Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman) and 4* linebacker Adrian Turner (Tempe (AZ) Palo Verde) are all reportedly favoring Stanford over their other choices, and could go public for the Cardinal at any time. All three (and many, many more) are scheduled to be on hand for the Stanford-USC clash next week on The Farm.

However, you always lose more than you win in recruiting, and Stanford is no exception. The Cardinal missed out on two very high profile linemen, as 4* Oxnard (CA) Santa Clara tackle Nick Cooper and 4* Redondo Beach (CA) Redondo Union guard Fred Bailey both chose USC, with Stanford finishing 2nd for both prospects. Cooper is the #76 player overall in the country, while Bailey checks in at #113. Also, the ship appears to be sailing on 4* top 100 safety Marquis Coley from Washington. Coley has declared Penn State his leader, and it appears that the gap is widening.

Stanford Recruiting - October 13, 2013
Will BrownHBHSMonrovia (CA)6'1227
Aaron JohnsonWRHSThousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian5'11175
Michael RossMLBHSHouston (TX) Cy-Creek6'3235
Justin HunterSHSSan Jose (CA) Valley Christian6'5225
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Matchup Preview | October 19, 2013
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(6-0 (4-0), 2-0 Away)
Washington State Cougars
(0-6 (0-3), 0-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3822Total Yards2662
3145Total Offensive Yards1703
1672Passing Yards888
1473Rushing Yards815
42.5Points Per Game16.0
18Passing TD10
14Rushing TD2
126First Downs99
30Red Zone Attempts11
18-4Red Zone TD-FG7-1
73Red Zone Percentage72
Defensive Stats Comparison
1726Total Yards Allowed2842
1240Passing Yards Allowed1499
486Rushing Yards Allowed1343
91Points Allowed228
4Fumble Recoveries2
15.2Points Per Game38.0
15Red Zone Attempts32
6-6Red Zone TD-FG24-3
80Red Zone Percentage84
Injury Report
Game Notes
Losers of 16 games in a row and 21 straight in conference, Washington State has a legitimate claim to being the worst BCS team in America. The Cougars are scraping the bottom of the Pac-12 barrel in essentially every category. Junior quarterback Connor Halliday is completing a meager 40% of his passes, and he has the only two rushing touchdowns WSU has on the season. USC transfer DJ Morgan leads the Cougs in rushing with 288 yards. Marquess Wilson is perhaps the only legitimate high-level Pac-12 player on their offense, and he leads the team in catches (36), yards (481), and touchdowns (6).

Defensively, the Cougars are also exceptionally depleted. Senior linebacker CJ Mizell, senior cornerback Nolan Washington, and senior safety Deone Bucannon are the leaders of the Pac-12's second worst defense (only Nevada's is lower in the rankings). Washington and safety Casey Locker each have three interceptions to lead the team.
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#1 Stanford @ Washington State
Martin Stadium
Pullman, WA
October 19, 2013

Stanford sets the stage
Wilkerson carries the Cardinal towards showdown with USC

PULLMAN, WA - Anthony Wilkerson ran for a school-record 271 yards, helping Stanford to a 65-24 win against Washington State.

But Stanford's coach was not impressed.

"Today was an exceptionally sloppy performance," Brian Kudron said afterwards. "Our run defense was exceptionally bad today, and that just can't be the case. We're not playing Stanford football if we're getting gashed on the ground. And with USC and Oregon coming up, and Cal and Notre Dame at the end of the season, we've picked a very bad time to start having trouble stopping the run. Whatever is wrong, we'll look at the film, and it has to get fixed immediately."

The game was disconcerting in the sense that Stanford gave up 24 points and almost 500 yards to the Pac-12's most inept offense. DJ Morgan tore through Stanford's defense with ease, as the absence of Shayne Skov and Terrence Stephens from the middle of the 3-4 has become glaringly apparent. To that end, reports from Stanford practices have said that nose guard Jacob Gowan and inside linebacker Jarek Lancaster may be in danger of losing their starting jobs.

Stanford Cardinal at Washington State Cougars
Oct 19, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#1 Stanford Cardinal (7-0, 5-0)2110241065
Washington State Cougars (0-7, 0-4)1403724
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense497496
Rushing Yards330237
Passing Yards167259
First Downs1620
Punt Return Yards3418
Kick Return Yards1220
Total Yards653514
3rd Down Converstion4-138-16
4th Down Conversion1-10-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5/11/1
Posession Time32:1115:49
Scoring Summary
10:36(WSU) Halliday, 11 yard pass to Wilson (Furney kick)07
8:11(STAN) Nottingham, 14 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)77
4:53(WSU) Morgan, 70 yard run (Furney kick)714
4:12(STAN) Nottingham, 7 yard pass to Roberts (Williamson kick)1414
1:15(STAN) Wilkerson, 8 yard run (Williamson kick)2114
6:52(STAN) Nottingham, 4 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)2814
0:00(STAN) Williamson, 38 yard FG3114
10:43(STAN) Wilkerson, 48 yard run (Williamson kick)3814
9:37(STAN) Browning, 87 yard INT return (Williamson kick)4514
5:52(STAN) Williamson, 26 yard FG4814
4:09(STAN) Wilkerson, 38 yard run (Williamson kick)5514
1:32(WSU) Furney, 23 yard FG5517
9:19(STAN) Wright, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)6217
6:54(STAN) Williamson, 50 yard FG6517
5:59(WSU) Morgan, 45 yard run (Furney kick)6524
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham12/1616730
C. Humphrey0/1000
A. Wilkerson292719.23
R. Wright12886.21
K. Young200.00
B. Nottingham2-27-13.50
R. Hewitt122.00
C. Humphrey1-8-8.00
G. Meinken144.00
Z. Ertz3289.31
T. Montgomery35217.31
A. Wilkerson2115.50
T. Bradford166.00
R. Mitchell1-2-2.00
J. Roberts177.01
K. Jackson16565.00
J. Vaughters101.000
W. Lyons10010
L. Callihan51.000
J. Hemschoot62.010
C. Hopkins41.000
D. Carrington8000
B. Browning4011
B. Gardner41.000
B. Lueders21.000
J. Lancaster11.000
C. Ham11.000
J. Williamson3/38/81750
J. Rouse521442.83
W. Lyons38327.60
T. Montgomery13939.00
S. Mitchell100.00
T. Bradford33411.30
Washington State Cougars
C. Halliday21/3525913
C. Halliday19160.80
D. Morgan1619111.92
R. Dockery33010.00
A. Riley100.00
M. Wilson69315.51
R. Dockery610217.00
B. Ratliff2115.50
D. Morgan284.00
M. Hersey166.00
D. Williams100.00
K. Williams11818.00
A. Dunn11616.00
A. Riley155.00
D. Monroe111.000
C. Locker9000
C. Mizell10000
D. Bucannon4000
S. White6000
J. Clayton31.000
N. Washington5000
E. Oertel31.000
A. Furney1/13/3623
A. Furney622737.81
M. Wilson4184.50
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