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Old 12-27-2011, 11:14 PM   #169
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Week 9 Recap

Week 9 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Stanford 65, Washington State 24
#2 USC 45, Notre Dame 31
#25 Nebraska 38, #4 Penn State 14
#5 Georgia 40, Missouri 20
#6 Florida State 36, Duke 10
#7 Rutgers 42, Louisville 24
#8 South Carolina 34, Vanderbilt 14
#9 Alabama 31, Tennessee 24
Georgia Tech 21, #10 Miami-FL 14
#11 LSU 27, Mississippi State 14
#15 California 27, #12 Washington 19
#13 Michigan State 34, Indiana 27
Arizona 28, #14 Utah 18
#16 Michigan 35, Minnesota 10
#17 Oregon 38, #21 BYU 28
#18 Pittsburgh 38, North Carolina 27
#19 Oklahoma 41, Kansas State 0
#20 Boise State 41, Oregon State 0
Boston College 25, #22 Virginia Tech 17
#23 USF 45, SMU 10
#24 Baylor 20, TCU 17


Week 9 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 65, Washington State 24C. Halliday (WSU): 259A. Wilkerson (STAN): 271R. Dockery (WSU): 102
Arizona State 38, UCLA 3J. Neuheisel (UCLA): 158D. Lewis (ASU): 82R. Marvray (UCLA): 76
Arizona 28, #14 Utah 18T. Parham (ARIZ): 187H. Langi (UTAH): 88J. Baucus (ARIZ): 81
Nevada 40, Central Michigan 7T. Lantrip (NEV): 291S. Jefferson (NEV): 129N. Beard (NEV): 243
#15 California 27, #12 Washington 19K. Price (WASH): 154J. Callier (WASH): 127K. Williams (WASH): 101
#17 Oregon 38, #21 BYU 28J. Heaps (BYU): 315D. Thomas (ORE): 111M. Mathews (BYU): 131
#2 USC 45, Notre Dame 31J. Scroggins (USC): 243D. Baxter (USC): 89C. Thomas (USC): 76
Colorado 28, San Diego State 21R. Clark (SDSU): 256R. Clark (SDSU): 158O. Nicholas (SDSU): 94
#20 Boise State 41, Oregon State 0J. Southwick (BSU): 324D. Rankin (OSU): 136M. Miller (BSU): 110


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 20, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford (40)701504
22USC (21)801456
33Wisconsin701442
45Georgia701318
56Florida State701160
67Rutgers601117
711LSU701043
88South Carolina52923
99Alabama52883
104Penn State61777
1115California61747
1213Michigan State71742
1316Michigan52621
1417Oregon52593
1518Pittsburgh62564
1619Oklahoma42524
1720Boise State62496
1812Washington43465
1910Miami-FL62444
2025Nebraska52405
2123USF42393
2224Baylor51363
2314Utah53305
24NROklahoma State51302
25NRIllinois43257


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 20, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford701.000
22USC800.994
35Georgia700986
44Wisconsin700.986
56Florida State700.978
610LSU700.969
78Rutgers600.969
89Alabama520.952
97South Carolina520.951
1011Michigan State710.948


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 20, 2013
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College1517 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 14 TDs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford1242 rushing yards, 7.1 YPC, 13 TDs
Silas ReddHBPenn State709 rushing yards, 7.1 YPC, 8 TDs, 262 receiving yards, 5 TDs
Jesse ScrogginsQBUSC2146 passing yards, 51.8%, 20 TDs, 7 INTs, 359 rushing yards, 7 TDs
Ryan BoykinHBOhio1087 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 16 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 20, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 Stanford7-01.0005-0320115W7
#11 California6-10.8504-1223110W3
#17 Boise State6-20.7503-2268174W2
#18 Washington4-30.5702-2253178L2
#14 Oregon5-20.7102-2217165W1
Oregon State4-30.5702-2169197L2
BYU5-30.6202-3184149L1
Washington State0-70.0000-4120293L7
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#2 USC Trojans
(8-0 (5-0), 3-0 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(7-0 (5-0), 4-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4774Total Yards4475
3782Total Offensive Yards3642
2059Passing Yards1839
1723Rushing Yards1803
47.2Points Per Game45.7
19Passing TD21
24Rushing TD18
178First Downs142
41Red Zone Attempts37
30-5Red Zone TD-FG23-5
85Red Zone Percentage75
Defensive Stats Comparison
2540Total Yards Allowed2222
1358Passing Yards Allowed1499
1182Rushing Yards Allowed723
146Points Allowed115
20Sacks33
3Fumble Recoveries6
19Interceptions12
18.3Points Per Game16.4
25Red Zone Attempts17
13-5Red Zone TD-FG7-7
72Red Zone Percentage82
Injury Report
Aaron Swanson, SS, foot stress fracture
1 week

Kevin Graf, RT, strained back
2 weeks

Lamar Dawson, MLB, broken tailbone
1 week

Game Notes
The Pac-12's two most explosive offenses will be on display when #2 USC arrives to take on #1 Stanford on The Farm. The Trojans are led by fourth year junior quarterback Jesse Scroggins, who has 307 rushing yards in addition to 2146 passing. The USC rushing attack, however, is led by George Farmer and Dillon Baxter. Farmer leads the Trojans with 638 yards and 10 touchdowns, but Baxter is close behind with 611 yards and 7 scores. The early exit of Robert Woods and Randall Telfer to the NFL has not been as big a blow to USC's passing attack as one might think, thanks mostly to superstar Marqise Lee, who has 518 yards and seven receiving touchdowns, while averaging a staggering 19.9 yards per catch. Kyle Prater and Victor Blackwell are emerging as excellent 2nd and 3rd receivers, while Christian Thomas and Xavier Grimble are very dangerous threats at tight end. Grimble in particular is a nightmare of a matchup; the 6'6, 252 pound junior averages 19.6 yards a catch and is second on the team with 393 yards.


Defensively, the Trojans are very sturdy up front with George Uko, Antwaun Woods, and true freshman Chris Hood forming a mauling interior line. Sophomore Greg Townsend is growing into USC's next star pass rusher, leading the team with 3.5 sacks. The Trojans will miss star MIKE linebacker Lamar Dawson, still out with an injury, but there is still plenty of talent at linebacker, headlined by Dion Bailey and Marquis Simmons. In the secondary, Nickell Robey is one of the Pac-12's best cover corners, and he leads SC with four interceptions. The Trojans are inexperienced at safety, but still have talent with redshirt freshman Jason Adams and junior Demetrius Wright.


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#2 USC @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 26, 2013




Cardinal Conquers USC
Stanford pulls away for 6th straight win over Southern California

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford coach Brian Kudron took a major risk, shuffling the starting lineup before the biggest game of the season.

But lo and behold, it paid off.

With the run defense hemmorhaging yards by the bucketful recently, Stanford's defensive-minded coach replaced two senior starters in the lineup, pulling nose guard Jacob Gowan and inside linebacker Jarek Lancaster in favor of redshirt sophomore Lance Callihan and redshirt freshman Tremayne Simmons.

The end result? A complete and thorough crushing of the Trojans' running game, effectively neutralizing their offense, and setting the stage for Stanford to pull away in the second half for a 48-24 triumph in the much-hyped 1/2 matchup.

"Everyone on this team knew how vital this game was," Kudron said. "That's part of why they came to Stanford, to play in games like this. We have confidence in all of our players to perform when called upon. We switched things up a little bit for this game, and our kids responded like champions."

USC Trojans at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 26, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 USC Trojans (8-1, 5-1)1070724
#1 Stanford Cardinal (8-0, 6-0)71372148
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense291501
Rushing Yards32190
Passing Yards259311
First Downs1018
Punt Return Yards440
Kick Return Yards089
Total Yards295630
Turnovers41
3rd Down Converstion4-1210-18
4th Down Conversion0-11-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/04/2
Penalties1-151-5
Posession Time12:3235:28
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
4:00(STAN) Wilkerson, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)07
3:34(USC) Scroggins, 66 yard pass to Prater (Heidari kick)77
0:29(USC) Heidari, 42 yard FG107
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
9:32(STAN) Wilkerson, 24 yard run (Williamson kick)1014
6:57(STAN) Williamson, 35 yard FG1017
1:34(STAN) Williamson, 26 yard FG1020
0:58(USC) Scroggins, 5 yard pass to Lee (Heidari kick)1720
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
9:13(STAN) Nottingham, 32 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)1727
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
10:41(STAN) Nottingham, 12 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)1734
7:22(STAN) Nottingham, 10 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)1741
5:52(STAN) Wilkerson, 14 yard run (Williamson kick)1748
0:18(USC) Baxter, 32 yard run (Heidari kic)2448
USC Trojans
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
J. Scroggins17/3225924
A. Heidari0/1000
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baxter13513.91
J. Scroggins6-18-3.00
K. Prater1-1-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
M. Lee5377.41
K. Prater514128.21
V. Blackwell33812.60
C. Thomas33812.60
D. Baxter155.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Bailey9000
W. Andrew12000
P. Hall8000
K. Greene71.000
A. Woods5000
N. Robey7000
M. Simmons6000
G. Townsend21.000
A. Brown6010
D. Wright5000
G. Uko4000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
A. Heidari1/13/3642
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
A. Heidari625742.81
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
M. Lee144.00
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham26/3930731
C. Humphrey1/1400
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A. Wilkerson281635.83
R. Wright9333.60
B. Nottingham2-14-7.00
K. Young1-3-3.00
G. Meinken11111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery11867.82
Z. Ertz711115.81
J. Roberts48120.20
R. Mitchell22110.50
G. Harris144.00
R. Hewitt133.00
G. Meinken155.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S. Mitchell6020
W. Lyons5010
J. Vaughters7000
B. Lueders41.000
B. Browning4000
B. Gardner22.000
D. Carrington5000
T. Simmons31.010
C. Ham11.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson2/26/61235
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse313444.60
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery24623.00
W. Lyons24321.50
W. Reed100.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford44010.00
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Week 10 Recap

Week 10 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Stanford 48, #2 USC 24
#3 Wisconsin 17, Ohio State 12
Florida 45, #4 Georgia 21
#5 Florida State 41, Clemson 24
#6 Rutgers 33, Houston 28
Auburn 20, #7 LSU 17
Tennessee 38, #8 South Carolina 35
#9 Alabama 31, Arizona State 14
#25 Illinois 28, #10 Penn State 21
#11 California 34, Northern Illinois 13
#12 Michigan State 34, #20 Nebraska 32
#13 Michigan 45, Indiana 10
#14 Oregon 45, Washington State 24
Georgia Tech 33, #15 Pittsburgh 27 (OT)
#16 Oklahoma 35, Iowa State 3
#18 Washington 28, Oregon State 27
#19 Miami-FL 31, Virginia 17
Air Force 27, #21 USF 23
#22 Baylor 38, #24 Oklahoma State 27
#23 Utah 31, Colorado 10


Week 10 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 48, #2 USC 24B. Nottingham (STAN): 307A. Wilkerson (STAN): 163K. Prater (USC): 141
Arizona 35, Nevada 17T. Savage (ARIZ): 321R. Finch (ARIZ): 88N. Beard (NEV): 103
San Diego State 38, Wyoming 3R. Clark (SDSU): 246A. Muema (SDSU): 102J. Waddell (SDSU): 124
#18 Washington 28, Oregon State 27N. Montana (WASH): 269J. Callier (WASH): 99A. Seferian-Jenkins (WASH): 150
#9 Alabama 31, Arizona State 14P. Sims (ALA): 168D. Hart (ALA): 110C. Coyle (ASU): 57
#11 California 34, Northern Illinois 13A. Bridgford (CAL): 122D. Lasco (CAL): 81K. Clay (CAL): 96
#14 Oregon 45, Washington State 24B. Bennett (ORE): 151T. Carson (ORE): 280D. Thomas (ORE): 70
UCLA 43, UL Monroe 27J. Neuheisel (UCLA): 307M. Jones (UCLA): 98R. Marvray (UCLA): 144
#23 Utah 31, Colorado 10T. Shreve (UTAH): 277T. Jones (COL): 145T. Reese (UTAH): 85


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 27, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford (38)801502
23Wisconsin (22)801351
35Florida State (1)801217
46Rutgers701172
52USC811001
69Alabama62936
711California71884
812Michigan State81883
94Georgia71835
1013Michigan62792
1114Oregon62767
127LSU71685
1316Oklahoma52580
1417Boise State62646
1510Penn State62632
1618Washington53600
1719Miami-FL72586
188South Carolina53555
1922Baylor61472
2025Illinois53442
21NRFlorida53442
2223Utah63428
2315Pittsburgh63319
24NRBYU53300
25NRTennessee54291


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 27, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford801.000
24Wisconsin800.994
35Florida State800.989
47Rutgers700.983
52USC810.978
68Alabama620.969
710Michigan State810.967
812California710.961
93Georgia710.949
1014Boise State620.939


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 27, 2013
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford1405 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 16 TDs
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College1623 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 14 TDs
Ryan BoykinHBOhio1170 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 17 TDs
Silas ReddHBPenn State807 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 8 TDs, 293 receiving yards, 5 TDs
James WhiteHBWisconsin827 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 8 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 27, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 Stanford8-01.0006-0368139W8
#7 California7-10.8704-1257123W4
#14 Boise State6-20.7503-2268174W2
#11 Oregon6-20.7503-2262189W2
#16 Washington5-30.6203-2281205W1
#24 BYU5-30.6202-3184149L1
Oregon State4-40.5002-3196225L3
Washington State0-80.0000-5144338L8
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Stanford reaps the benefits
Electric atmosphere opens the recruiting floodgates

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford hosted 10 official visitors for the showdown against USC, hoping that a game of such magnitude would provide a surreal atmosphere for their recruits.

They were not disappointed, as a staggering eight of the ten visitors have joined the Cardinal's 2014 class.

At the head of the list is 5* offensive lineman James Garrett of Gonzaga Prep in Spokane, Washington. The nation's #1 guard was so impressed with Palo Alto that he decided to make his first official visit his only visit, turning down Oregon, Washington, Boise State and Utah in favor of the Cardinal.

Joining Garrett on Stanford's commitment list are the familiar names that Coach Brian Kudron has been chasing since the summer: Four star cornerback Devin Wilson, four star linebackers Adrian Turner and Cedric Phillips, four star safety Greg Fisher, four star guard/center Jarrett Green, three star defensive end Walter Peterson and three star tight end Marvin Moore.

The two visitors who managed to resist the temptation were Dallas wideout Chris Burks and Tukwila (WA) safety Marquis Coley. Burks, however, is open about Stanford being his leader. Coley, meanwhile, still appears to be favoring Penn State, despite Stanford's best efforts.

Outside of those two, the Cardinal's class is just about finished now. Kudron had 15 scholarships to give headed into the season, not considering any possible early departures or transfers. The huge weekend puts Stanford at 12 commitments; Burks is a good bet to be #13, and assuming Coley is not swayed away from Happy Valley, the two remaining spots could potentially go into the offseason. Stanford has an offer out to 3* defensive tackle Danny Clark, teammate of 3* safety commit Justin Hunter at San Jose Valley Christian. After that though, there are no other prospects with Stanford offers. 3* Long Beach Poly cornerback TJ Gant has been in constant contact with Stanford coaches, but no offer has come through yet.

Stanford Recruiting - October 27, 2013
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Aaron JohnsonWRHSThousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian5'11175
Michael RossMLBHSHouston (TX) Cy-Creek6'3235
Justin HunterSHSSan Jose (CA) Valley Christian6'5225
Jarrett GreenOLHSHyattsville (MD) DeMatha6'2297
Devin WilsonCBHSLas Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman5'11177
Adrian TurnerOLBHSTucson (AZ) Palo Verde6'7230
James GarrettOLHSSpokane (WA) Gonzaga Prep6'5295
Walter PetersonDEHSThibodaux (LA)6'6245
Marvin MooreTEHSChula Vista (CA) Eastlake6'8230
Greg FisherSHSSan Diego (CA) Cathedral Catholic6'3203
Cedric PhillipsMLBHSLos Angeles (CA) Loyola5'10241
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#11 Oregon Ducks
(6-2 (3-2), 1-2 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(8-0 (6-0), 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4004Total Yards5105
3076Total Offensive Yards4143
1253Passing Yards2150
1823Rushing Yards1993
32.7Points Per Game46.0
12Passing TD24
16Rushing TD21
163First Downs160
40Red Zone Attempts43
23-9Red Zone TD-FG27-7
80Red Zone Percentage79
Defensive Stats Comparison
2883Total Yards Allowed2513
1922Passing Yards Allowed1758
961Rushing Yards Allowed755
189Points Allowed139
26Sacks38
7Fumble Recoveries6
14Interceptions16
23.6Points Per Game17.4
29Red Zone Attempts18
15-5Red Zone TD-FG8-7
68Red Zone Percentage83
Injury Report
Jake Fisher, LT, torn quad
6 weeks

Kyle Williams, LT, torn shoulder
2 weeks

James Scales, FS, broken collarbone
Out for season

Game Notes
The once-thermonuclear Oregon offense has sputtered out this season as Bryan Bennett has struggled spectacularly, completing an astonishingly awful 39% of his passes. The end result is the 104th ranked pass offense in the country, which in turn has hampered the elite rushing attack the Ducks are used to. Oregon *does* have a dynamic thunder and lightning combination at running back, with 166-pound speed freak DeAnthony Thomas (715 yards, 8 TDs) and 235-pound bowling ball Tra Carson (765 yards, 5 TDs). To make things even more complicated, however, is the absence of Oregon's two best left tackles, Jake Fisher and Kyle Williams. The Ducks have talent at receiver in Josh Huff and Devon Blackmon, along with talented tight ends like Colt Lyerla, Curtis White and Christian French, but the QB struggles have neutralized most of their effectiveness.


Defensively, the Ducks are speedy and relentless as usual. 326-pound Ricky Heimuli is a destructive force inside, and leads Oregon with 5.5 sacks. Tony Washington and Koa Ka'ai are promising pass rushers off the edge. At linebacker, the Ducks have one of the Pac-12's best in senior Boseko Lokombo, who leads the team with 47 tackles. Junior Anthony Wallace is a 240-pound freight train at middle linebacker, and Derrick Malone is undersized but fast.


In the secondary, junior Terrance Mitchell leads the team in both interceptions (3) and fumble recoveries (2). An interesting matchup will be Oregon's second corner, Dior Mathis, against either Jemari Roberts or Ty Montgomery. Mathis is one of the fastest players in the conference and has stellar coverage skills and awareness, but his size is a significant liability. At 5'8, 171, the Detroit native could be mauled by one of Stanford's bigger receivers.
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#11 Oregon @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 2, 2013




Cardiac Cardinal does it again
Stanford storms back to stun Oregon in overtime

PALO ALTO, CA - Never say die.

That's the message Stanford coach Brian Kudron is always preaching to his team, and it was never needed more than it was Saturday as the Oregon Ducks laid siege to the Cardinal, sprinting out to a 28-3 lead, and answering every punch Stanford threw at them in the fourth quarter.

Ultimately though, Stanford's determination could not be denied, as Brett Nottingham took the Cardinal's offense into overdrive in the final quarter, completing the furious comeback, and then doing it again after the Ducks retook the lead late. Stanford tied it at the gun, and unleashed the hounds in overtime, sacking Oregon QB Bryan Bennett twice and knocking the Ducks out of field goal range.

From there, it was academic. Stanford moved the ball nine yards, and Jordan Williamson put his fifth field goal through the uprights, giving the Cardinal a dazzling 52-49 victory.

"We always know what to expect when we play Oregon," Kudron said. "They don't have any gear except top gear, they don't slow down and they never get tired. Obviously we would have preferred a better performance on defense, but sometimes that's just the way things go when you face a team like Oregon, and you just have to press through it and hope your offense can match theirs. I couldn't be prouder of Brett right now, to be honest. It's not easy following in the footsteps of someone like Andrew Luck, and Brett took a lot of heat for how things unfolded for us last year, and a lot of that was unfair. So I'm so happy that he's seized the reins. This is his football team now. He commands the locker room, and has grown into a spectacular leader."

Oregon Ducks at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 2, 20131ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
#11 Oregon Ducks (6-3, 3-3)1414021049
#1 Stanford Cardinal (9-0, 7-0)310333352
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense468467
Rushing Yards225134
Passing Yards243333
First Downs1519
Punt Return Yards2222
Kick Return Yards52240
Total Yards542729
Turnovers12
3rd Down Converstion9-196-18
4th Down Conversion3-53-3
2-Point Conversion0-02-2
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/02/1
Penalties3-153-25
Posession Time22:3025:30
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGORESTAN
11:10(ORE) Ka'ai, 29 yard fumble return (Madison kick)70
8:07(STAN) Williamson, 39 yard FG73
3:09(ORE) Bennett, 2 yard pass to Delaney (Madison kick)143
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGORESTAN
11:15(ORE) Bennett, 45 yard pass to Thomas (Madison kick)213
7:49(ORE) Bennett, 5 yard pass to Lyerla (Madison kick)283
3:42(STAN) Williamson, 49 yard FG286
0:59(STAN) Nottingham, 31 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)2813
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGORESTAN
4:46(STAN) Williamson, 51 yard FG2816
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGORESTAN
8:40(ORE) Bennett, 27 yard pass to Huff (Madison kick)3516
7:08(STAN) Nottingham, 6 yard pass to Montgomery (Nottingham pass to Jackson)3524
6:41(ORE) Bennett, 80 yard pass to Sumler (Madison kick)4224
5:55(STAN) Nottingham, 29 yard pass to Harris (Williamson kick)4231
4:29(STAN) Nottingham, 34 yard pass to Montgomery (Nottingham pass to Ertz)4239
3:15(STAN) Nottingham, 16 yard pass to Ertz (Williamson kick)4246
1:05(ORE) Bennett, 3 yard run (Madison kick)4946
0:00(STAN) Williamson, 49 yard FG4949
OVERTIME SCORINGORESTAN
--(STAN) Williamson, 32 yard FG4952
Oregon Ducks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Bennett17/3124350
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Thomas18261.40
B. Bennett17865.01
T. Carson9697.60
J. Gibbons111.00
J. Huff14343.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Sumler410626.51
J. Huff33110.31
D. Thomas24924.51
J. Gibbons2115.50
C. Lyerla273.51
D. Blackmon23517.50
C. Delaney242.01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
A. Patterson15000
B. Lokombo121.510
A. Wallace112.000
T. Washington52.000
K. Ka'ai3001
D. Malone61.500
R. Heimuli6000
T. Mitchell6000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
S. Madison0/07/770
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
R. Simpson520140.21
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Thomas25226.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Huff3227.30
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham25/4633351
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A. Wilkerson241465.20
B. Nottingham10-18-1.80
G. Meinken3144.60
R. Wright133.00
K. Young199.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Z. Ertz1010710.72
T. Montgomery69115.12
A. Wilkerson4215.20
G. Harris12929.01
R. Mitchell11818.00
T. Bradford12727.00
W. Reed12727.00
J. Roberts11313.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Carrington10000
W. Lyons5000
J. Vaughters9000
B. Lueders6000
T. Brown6000
C. Hopkins8000
L. Callihan61.000
J. Hemschoot7000
B. Gardner11.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson5/63/31851
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse312642.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
W. Lyons412130.20
T. Montgomery411929.70
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford3227.30
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Week 11 Recap

Week 11 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Stanford 52, #11 Oregon 49 (OT)
Purdue 38, #2 Wisconsin 17
Boston College 23, #3 Florida State 21
#4 Rutgers 51, SMU 21
#5 USC 45, Colorado 7
#6 Alabama 28, #12 LSU 20
#7 California 31, Oregon State 6
#9 Georgia 27, Mississippi State 19
#10 Michigan 28, Iowa 14
#13 Oklahoma 31, Texas A&M 3
#16 Washington 31, #14 Boise State 28
#15 Penn State 37, Ohio State 33
Virginia Tech 29, #17 Miami-FL 22
#18 South Carolina 42, Arkansas 26
#19 Baylor 27, Missouri 13
#20 Illinois 28, Indiana 26
#21 Florida 41, Vanderbilt 7
#23 Pittsburgh 28, Navy 10
#24 BYU 31, Washington State 10


Week 11 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 52, #11 Oregon 49 (OT)B. Nottingham (STAN): 333A. Wilkerson (STAN): 126Z. Ertz (STAN): 107
#7 California 31, Oregon State 6A. Bridgford (CAL): 203B. Bigelow (CAL): 132B. Cooks (OSU): 86
Arizona 46, UCLA 10T. Savage (ARIZ): 384R. Finch (ARIZ): 56J. Baucus (ARIZ): 124
#5 USC 45, Colorado 7J. Scroggins (USC): 96G. Farmer (USC): 136V. Blackwell (USC): 47
#16 Washington 31, #14 Boise State 28N. Montana (WASH): 287J. Callier (WASH): 147G. Linehan (BSU): 116
Arizona State 38, San Diego State 24M. Eubank (ASU): 202D. Lewis (ASU): 179C. Coyle (ASU): 60
Nevada 30, Kent State 14T. Lantrip (NEV): 196S. Jefferson (NEV): 103N. Beard (NEV): 134
#24 BYU 31, Washington State 10J. Heaps (BYU): 219J. Quezada (BYU): 129J. Falslev (BYU): 77


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 3, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford (39)901503
24Rutgers (22)801259
36Alabama721095
45USC911077
57California811010
68Michigan State81959
79Georgia81921
810Michigan72897
93Florida State81839
1013Oklahoma62760
1115Penn State72731
1216Washington63685
1312LSU72617
1411Oregon63592
1518South Carolina63571
16NRBoston College81560
172Wisconsin81556
1819Baylor71551
1920Illinois63511
2021Florida63465
2114Boise State63439
2222Utah63431
2323Pittsburgh73409
2424BYU63372
2525Tennessee54320


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 3, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford901.000
24Rutgers800.994
35USC910.986
46Alabama720.986
57Michigan State810.975
68California810.972
79Georgia810.967
83Florida State810.954
912Michigan720.952
1015Washington630.944


Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 3, 2013
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College1796 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 16 TDs, 109 receiving yards, 4 TDs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford1531 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 16 TDs
Ryan BoykinHBOhio1366 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 20 TDs
Silas ReddHBPenn State846 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 8 TDs, 338 receiving yards, 5 TDs
Taylor MartinezQBNebraska1559 passing yards, 61.4%, 16 TDs, 8 INTs, 624 rushing yards, 5.3 YPC, 12 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 3, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 Stanford9-01.0007-0420188W9
#5 California8-10.8805-1288129W5
#12 Washington6-30.6604-2312233W2
#21 Boise State6-30.6603-3296205L1
#14 Oregon6-30.6603-3311241L1
#24 BYU6-30.6603-3215159W1
Oregon State4-50.4402-4202256L4
Washington State0-90.0000-6154369L9
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