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Old 01-02-2012, 02:13 AM   #185
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Week 14 Recap

Week 14 Scoreboard
Results
#1 California 31, #24 BYU 17
#2 Alabama 27, Auburn 20
#3 Georgia 29, #23 Georgia Tech 24
#4 Michigan State 33, Northwestern 28
#5 Michigan 35, Ohio State 21
#6 Stanford 66, Notre Dame 10
#7 Rutgers 35, Cincinnati 28
#8 USC 49, UCLA 23
#9 LSU 31, Arkansas 13
#10 Wisconsin 34, Illinois 7
Clemson 31, #11 South Carolina 26
Iowa 22, #12 Penn State 19 (OT)
#13 Oklahoma 22, Texas Tech 13
#14 Arizona 56, Colorado 42
#15 Oregon 29, Oregon State 21
#16 TCU 10, Army 9
#19 Washington 51, Washington State 21
Kentucky 21, #20 Tennessee 19
#21 Baylor 20, Iowa State 10
#25 Florida 20, #22 Florida State 13


Week 14 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#6 Stanford 66, Notre Dame 10B. Nottingham (STAN): 368A. Wilkerson (STAN): 189T. Montgomery (STAN): 137
Arizona State 43, Utah 14T. Shreve (UTAH): 107D. Lewis (ASU): 137K. Scott (UTAH): 89
#1 California 31, #24 BYU 17K. Boehm (CAL): 205D. Lasco (CAL): 207M. Mathews (BYU): 91
#14 Arizona 56, Colorado 42T. Savage (ARIZ): 461M. Creer (COL): 129J. Baucus (ARIZ): 109
UNLV 44, San Diego State 17D. Haines (UNLV): 283D. Haines (UNLV): 84M. Sullivan (UNLV): 104
#15 Oregon 29, Oregon State 21C. Vaz (OSU): 279D. Thomas (ORE): 119B. Cooks (OSU): 150
#8 USC 49, UCLA 23J. Scroggins (USC): 147M. Jones (UCLA): 90C. Thomas (USC): 69
Nevada 43, Boise State 28T. Lantrip (NEV): 273S. Jefferson (NEV): 119N. Beard (NEV): 129
#19 Washington 51, Washington State 21C. Halliday (WSU): 217N. Montana (WASH): 139M. Wilson (WSU): 104


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 24, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11California (46)1111510
22Alabama1021413
33Georgia (14)1111389
44Michigan State (1)1111321
55Michigan1021236
66Stanford1111188
77Rutgers1011148
88USC1021085
99LSU1021016
1010Wisconsin111988
1113Oklahoma83819
1214Arizona93760
1315Oregon84707
1416TCU83668
1517Boston College102633
1618Pittsburgh93584
1719Washington84537
1821Baylor92482
1925Florida84354
20NRTroy92305
2111South Carolina84295
22NRClemson84246
23NRFresno State92242
24NRNorth Carolina84176
2512Penn State84152


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 24, 2013
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11California1111.000
22Alabama1020.994
33Michigan State1110.986
44Georgia1110.986
56Stanford1110.975
65Michigan1020.975
77Rutgers1010.966
88USC1020.961
99Wisconsin1110.953
1010LSU1020.951


Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 24, 2013
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Andre WilliamsHBBoston College2030 rushing yards, 6.2 YPC, 19 TDs, 156 receiving yards, 4 TDs
Anthony WilkersonHBStanford1895 rushing yards, 6.3 YPC, 17 TDs
Ryan BoykinHBOhio1601 rushing yards, 6.3 YPC, 24 TDs
Andrew MaxwellQBMichigan State2994 passing yards, 55.7%, 32 TDs, 9 INTs, 643 rushing yards, 4.3 YPC, 4 TDs
Taylor MartinezQBNebraska2095 passing yards, 57.8%, 17 TDs, 10 INTs, 835 rushing yards, 4.9 YPC, 16 TDs
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Week 15 Recap

Week 15 Scoreboard
Results
USF 38, #7 Rutgers 24
Oklahoma State 31, #11 Oklahoma 24
#14 TCU 37, West Virginia 14
#18 Baylor 27, Kansas 14
#20 Troy 38, Tulane 14
#23 Fresno State 55, Hawai'i 33


Final 2013 Conference Standings

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 California11-10.9108-1383173W8
#6 Stanford11-10.9108-1536228W1
#16 Washington8-40.6606-3425309W1
#11 Oregon8-40.6605-4385327W2
BYU7-50.5804-5290237L1
Boise State7-50.5804-5379317L2
Oregon State5-70.4103-6268329L1
Washington State0-120.0000-9217504L12


Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#7 USC10-20.8307-2527262W1
#10 Arizona9-30.7506-3468337W6
Colorado5-70.4104-5275365L1
Arizona State5-70.4104-5333314W1
San Diego State6-60.5004-5318330L1
Utah7-50.5804-5312270L2
Nevada5-70.4103-6321337W1
UCLA4-80.3302-7302406L2


ACC Atlantic Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#14 Boston College10-20.8308-1397216L1
Florida State8-40.6606-3335213L4
#21 Clemson8-40.6605-4356274W4
Maryland8-40.6605-4358283W2
NC State5-70.4102-7338245L1
Wake Forest5-70.4102-7275328W1
Syracuse3-90.2502-7204381L4


ACC Coastal Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
Georgia Tech8-40.6607-2338255L1
Miami-FL8-40.6606-3384260L1
#15 Pittsburgh9-30.7506-3327191W3
#24 North Carolina8-40.6606-3400347W4
Virginia Tech6-60.5004-5364265L3
Virginia5-70.4103-6308350W2
Duke4-80.3301-8253367L7


Big 12 Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#17 Baylor10-20.8307-2370229W2
#12 TCU9-30.7507-2355243W4
#25 Oklahoma State9-30.7506-3463290W4
Kansas8-40.6605-4357233L1
Oklahoma8-40.6605-4335215L1
Kansas State7-50.5805-4311303W1
Texas4-80.3303-6301345W1
West Virginia3-90.2503-6214325L5
Iowa State2-100.1602-7197363L4
Texas Tech3-90.2502-7263378L5


Big East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#22 USF9-30.7508-1391271W5
#13 Rutgers10-20.8307-2434256L1
Connecticut9-30.7507-2289252W1
UCF7-50.5805-4321250W1
Louisville7-50.5805-4293217W3
Air Force7-50.5804-5348239L1
Cincinnati4-80.3303-6284341L3
Houston5-70.4103-6355342W1
Navy3-90.2502-7243368W1
SMU2-100.1601-8222434L5


Big Ten Leaders Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#9 Wisconsin11-10.9107-1385198W3
Illinois7-50.5805-3324321L2
Penn State8-40.6604-4391232L1
Ohio State6-60.5003-5349286L1
Purdue4-80.3302-6244331W1
Indiana4-80.3301-7300385L6


Big Ten Legends Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#4 Michigan State11-10.9107-1429260W7
#5 Michigan10-20.8306-2384229W6
Nebraska8-40.6605-3400288W1
Iowa5-70.4104-4263283W1
Minnesota5-70.4102-6326302L1
Northwestern4-80.3302-6273295L4


SEC East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#3 Georgia11-10.9108-1412203W4
Tennessee7-50.5806-3325261L1
#20 South Carolina8-40.6606-3350265L1
#18 Florida8-40.6605-4344243W2
Missouri3-90.2503-6281436L4
Kentucky4-80.3302-7236347W1
Vanderbilt1-110.0800-9235471L11


SEC West Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2013
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#2 Alabama10-20.8308-1416232W7
#8 LSU10-20.8307-2423166W3
Mississippi State7-50.5805-4323298W2
Ole Miss6-60.5004-5304314L2
Arkansas5-70.4103-6318272L2
Texas A&M5-70.4103-6292340W1
Auburn5-70.4103-6351280L3
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Championship Week Recap

ACC Championship
Dec 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (8-5)700714
#14 Boston College Eagles (11-2)7147331


SEC Championship
Dec 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Alabama Crimson Tide (11-2)010142145
#3 Georgia Bulldogs (11-2)6001521


Pac-12 Championship
Dec 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#7 USC Trojans (11-2)773320
#1 California Golden Bears (11-2)070714


Big Ten Championship
Dec 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#4 Michigan State Spartans (12-1)10072037
#9 Wisconsin Badgers (11-2)00077


MAC Championship
Dec 7, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Northern Illinois Huskies (9-4)073010
Kent State Golden Flashes (10-3)8140022
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2013 Awards

2013 College Football Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Heisman Memorial TrophyAndre WilliamsHBBoston College
Maxwell AwardAndre WilliamsHBBoston College
Walter Camp AwardAndre WilliamsHBBoston College
Chuck Bednarik AwardCourtney AveryCBMichigan
Bronko Nagurski TrophyTrey DePriestOLBAlabama
Davey O'Brien AwardTom SavageQBArizona
Doak Walker AwardAndre WilliamsHBBoston College
Fred Biletnikoff AwardJeremy DeeringWRRutgers
John Mackey AwardJack BaucusTEArizona
Outland TrophySeth BetancourtRTBoston College
Rimington TrophyJay FinchCGeorgia Tech
Lombardi AwardMarlon WallsDETennessee
Linebacker of the YearTrey DePriestOLBAlabama
Jim Thorpe AwardCourtney AveryCBMichigan
Lou Groza AwardNathan McFarlandKWashington
Ray Guy AwardCody MandellPAlabama
Returner of the YearRoy FinchHBArizona


2013 NCAA 1st Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBTom Savage, Arizona6'5240Sr.
HBAndre Williams, Boston College6'0221Sr.
HBRyan Boykin, Ohio6'1225Sr.
WRMichael Harrison, Oklahoma State6'1212Sr.
WRJeremy Deering, Rutgers6'2206Sr.
TEJack Baucus, Arizona6'6268Sr.
OTSeth Betancourt, Boston College6'6310Sr.
OGTy Horn, TCU6'5325Sr.
CJay Finch, Georgia Tech6'3287Sr.
OGBryan Davis, Boston College6'3284Sr.
OTBobby Hart, Florida State6'4291Jr.
DEEd Stinson, Alabama6'4283Sr.
DEMarlon Walls, Tennessee6'3283Sr.
DTDillon Quinn, Boston College6'6304Sr.
DTMichael Larrow, Rutgers6'4257Sr.
OLBTrey DePriest, Alabama6'2235Jr.
MLBCJ Mosley, Alabama6'2238Sr.
OLBDion Bailey, USC6'1201Jr.
CBCourtney Avery, Michigan5'11174Sr.
CBNickell Robey, USC5'8166Sr.
FSWayne Lyons, Stanford6'1192Jr.
SSDevon Carrington, Stanford6'1198Sr.
KNathan McFarland, Washington5'11163So.
PCody Mandell, Alabama6'4209Jr.
RETRoy Finch, Arizona5'7170Jr.


2013 NCAA 2nd Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBAndrew Maxwell, Michigan State6'3211Sr.
HBAnthony Wilkerson, Stanford6'1221Sr.
HBDemetrius Hart, Alabama5'8191Jr.
WRBennie Fowler, Michigan State6'1215Sr.
WRNecho Beard, Nevada6'0209Jr.
TEDave Steinbaugh, Maryland6'4247Jr.
OTTyler Kidney, Georgia Tech6'2266Sr.
OGWill Jackson, Georgia Tech6'3290Sr.
CStefan Huber, Baylor6'4289Sr.
OGJames Atoe, Washington6'6342Jr.
OTSkyler Burkland, Michigan State6'7309Jr.
DEBen Gardner, Stanford6'4278Sr.
DEMarcus Rush, Michigan State6'2256Jr.
DTKelcy Quarles, South Carolina6'4275Jr.
DTLance Callihan, Stanford6'3303So.
OLBDanny Gress, Kent State6'0226Sr.
MLBChris Borland, Wisconsin5'11249Sr.
OLBShaun Lewis, Oklahoma State5'11226Jr.
CBTyler Patmon, Kansas5'11181Sr.
CBBarry Browning, Stanford6'1178Sr.
FSScott Mitchell, Stanford6'4181So.
SSJason Hendricks, Pittsburgh6'0186Sr.
KJordan Williamson, Stanford5'11181Jr.
PBrock Robinson, Wisconsin6'3229So.
RETTevin Reese, Baylor5'10162Sr.


2013 All Pac-12 1st Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBTom Savage, Arizona6'5240Sr.
HBAnthony Wilkerson, Stanford6'1221Sr.
HBDe'Anthony Thomas, Oregon5'9166Jr.
WRNecho Beard, Nevada6'0209Jr.
WRTy Montgomery, Stanford6'2206Jr.
TEJack Baucus, Arizona6'6268Sr.
OTTyler Johnstone, Oregon6'6287So.
OGJames Atoe, Washington6'6342Jr.
CKhalil Wilkes, Stanford6'3295Sr.
OGAundrey Walker, USC6'6387So.
OTKevin Graf, USC6'6304Sr.
DEBen Gardner, Stanford6'4278Sr.
DECharlie Hopkins, Stanford6'6279Jr.
DTLance Callihan, Stanford6'3303So.
DTChris Ham, Stanford6'0306Fr.
OLBDion Bailey, USC6'1201Jr.
MLBWill Andrew, USC6'2231Sr.
OLBKyle Benson, Arizona6'2227Jr.
CBNickell Robey, USC5'8166Jr.
CBBarry Browning, Stanford6'1178Sr.
FSWayne Lyons, Stanford6'1192Jr.
SSDevon Carrington, Stanford6'1198Sr.
KNathan McFarland, Washington5'11163So.
PDoug Hicks, California5'10218So.
RETRoy Finch, Arizona5'7170Jr.


2013 All Pac-12 2nd Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBJesse Scroggins, USC6'3207Jr.
HBGeorge Farmer, USC6'1207Jr.
HBRonnie Hillman, San Diego State5'10178Sr.
WRRichard Morrison, Arizona6'0183Sr.
WRMarqise Lee, USC6'0191Jr.
TEZach Ertz, Stanford6'6252Sr.
OTDaniel Nielson, Utah6'6332Jr.
OGEverett Benyard, Oregon6'7327Sr.
CHroniss Grasu, Oregon6'3301Jr.
OGColin Porter, Washington6'4325Sr.
OTCharles Leno, Boise State6'3299Sr.
DETodd Barr, California6'3272So.
DETaylor George, Nevada6'4259Sr.
DTRicky Heimuli, Oregon6'4326Sr.
DTJustin Washington, Arizona6'2284Sr.
OLBBlake Lueders, Stanford6'5262Sr.
MLBNick Forbes, California6'1230Sr.
OLBJoe Hemschoot, Stanford6'1220Jr.
CBGregory Ducre, Washington5'10173Jr.
CBRashaad Reynolds, Oregon State5'10186Sr.
FSScott Mitchell, Stanford6'4181So.
SSMichael Walker, Utah5'9191Sr.
KJordan Williamson, Stanford5'11181Jr.
PJermaine Rouse, Stanford6'4217Fr.
RETKeenan Allen, California6'3206Sr.
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2013 Pac-12 Leaders

Updated: Dec 8, 2013
Passing YardsYardsTouchdown PassesTDs
1. Tom Savage, Arizona34701. Tom Savage, Arizona38
2. Jake Heaps, BYU32732. Brett Nottingham, Stanford33
3. Brett Nottingham, Stanford31303. Joe Southwick, Boise State28
4. Jesse Scroggins, USC28284. Jesse Scroggins, USC27
5. Joe Southwick, Boise State27785. Kyle Boehm, California23
Rushing YardsYardsYards Per CarryYPC
1. Anthony Wilkerson, Stanford18951. Tra Carson, Oregon6.9
2. Jesse Callier, Washington11982. Jovan Stevenson, Oregon State6.7
3. Harvey Langi, Utah11943. Harvey Langi, Utah6.4
4. Deantre Lewis, Arizona State11554. George Farmer, USC6.4
5. Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada11205. Roy Finch, Arizona6.3
Rushing TouchdownsTDsReceptionsRec
1. Anthony Wilkerson, Stanford171. Necho Beard, Nevada94
2. Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State152. Richard Morrison, Arizona72
3. De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon133. JD Falslev, BYU67
4. Deantre Lewis, Arizona State134. Marquess Wilson, Washington State65
5. Three tied125. Matt Miller, Boise State63
Receiving YardsYardsTouchdown ReceptionsTDs
1. Necho Beard, Nevada14681. Necho Beard, Nevada12
2. Jack Baucus, Arizona11422. Ty Montgomery, Stanford12
3. Richard Morrison, Arizona11023. Three tied11
4. Marcus Mathews, BYU9464. Two tied10
5. Marquess Wilson, Washington State8955. Two tied9


Updated: Dec 8, 2013
Total TacklesTklsTackles For LossTFL
1. Dion Bailey, USC891. Blake Lueders, Stanford27
2. Devon Carrington, Stanford882. Sam Foster, Nevada27
3. Dray Bell, Nevada873. David Wilkerson, California26
4. Kyle Benson, Arizona864. Three tied23
5. Three tied845. Three tied21
SacksSksInterceptionsINTs
1. Sam Foster, Nevada9.51. Nickell Robey, USC7
2. Ben Gardner, Stanford8.52. Barry Browning, Stanford6
3. Todd Barr, California8.53. Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon State6
4. Blake Lueders, Stanford7.54. Osahon Irabor, Arizona State6
5. Junior Onyeali, Arizona State7.55. Four tied5
Pass DeflectionsPDsForced Fumbles
1. Charles Garrett, Nevada181. Five tied3
2. Barry Browning, Stanford152. 24 tied2
3. Wykie Freeman, Utah143.
4. Nickell Robey, USC144.
5. Brad Davis, Arizona135.
Fumble RecoveriesFR
1. Terrance Mitchell, Oregon31.
2. Jack Reynoso, Nevada32.
3. 17 tied23.
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2013 Pac-12 Team Rankings

Total Offense

1. Stanford, 470.2 YPG
2. Arizona, 469.3 YPG
3. USC, 429.0 YPG
4. Washington, 425.8 YPG
5. BYU, 401.3 YPG
6. San Diego State, 397.1 YPG
7. Boise State, 396.8 YPG
8. Oregon, 394.3 YPG
9. Utah, 394.3 YPG
10. California, 381.1 YPG
11. Nevada, 378.5 YPG
12. Arizona State, 359.8 YPG
13. UCLA, 341.3 YPG
14. Colorado, 341.3 YPG
15. Oregon State, 329.3 YPG
16. Washington State, 302.7 YPG

Passing Offense

1. Arizona, 364.5 YPG
2. BYU, 273.7 YPG
3. Stanford, 263.8 YPG
4. Boise State, 249.9 YPG
5. USC, 236.7 YPG
6. Nevada, 224.3 YPG
7. San Diego State, 213.7 YPG
8. Washington, 208.1 YPG
9. California, 204.7 YPG
10. Colorado, 198.0 YPG
11. Utah, 190.6 YPG
12. Oregon State, 185.6 YPG
13. Oregon, 171.8 YPG
14. UCLA, 165.3 YPG
15. Washington State, 161.8 YPG
16. Arizona State, 154.6 YPG

Rushing Offense

1. Oregon, 222.6 YPG
2. Washington, 217.7 YPG
3. Stanford, 206.3 YPG
4. Arizona State, 205.2 YPG
5. Utah, 203.7 YPG
6. USC, 192.3 YPG
7. San Diego State, 183.4 YPG
8. California, 176.4
9. UCLA, 175.9 YPG
10. Nevada, 154.3 YPG
11. Boise State, 146.9 YPG
12. Oregon State, 143.7 YPG
13. Colorado, 143.3 YPG
14. Washington State, 140.9 YPG
15. BYU, 127.7 YPG
16. Arizona, 104.8 YPG

Points Per Game

1. Stanford, 44.6
2. USC, 42.0
3. Arizona, 39.0
4. Washington, 35.4
5. Oregon, 32.0
6. Boise State, 31.5
7. California, 30.5
8. Arizona State, 27.7
9. Nevada, 26.7
10. San Diego State, 26.5
11. Utah, 26.0
12. UCLA, 25.1
13. BYU, 24.1
14. Colorado, 22.9
15. Oregon State, 22.3
16. Washington State, 18.0

Passing Touchdowns

1. Arizona, 43
2. Stanford, 36
3. Boise State, 31
4. California, 29
5. USC, 28
t-6. Washington, 22
t-6. Nevada, 22
t-6. BYU, 22
9. Oregon, 18
t-10. Arizona State, 16
t-10. Washington State, 16
12. Utah, 15
t-13. Oregon State, 13
t-13. Colorado, 13
15. UCLA, 12
16. San Diego State, 11

Rushing Touchdowns

1. USC, 32
t-2. Stanford, 25
t-2. Oregon, 25
t-4. Washington, 24
t-4. San Diego State, 24
6. Arizona State, 22
7. Utah, 21
8. Colorado, 20
t-9. UCLA, 19
t-9. Oregon State, 19
t-9. California, 19
12. Nevada, 18
13. Boise State, 16
14. Arizona, 15
15. BYU, 13
16. Washington State, 11

Sacks Allowed

1. Oregon, 20
2. California, 26
t-3. Nevada, 27
t-3. Boise State, 27
t-5. Washington, 29
t-5. Colorado, 29
t-7. San Diego State, 30
t-7. USC, 30
t-7. Arizona, 30
10. Arizona State, 31
t-11. BYU, 33
t-11. UCLA, 33
13. Utah, 34
14. Oregon State, 38
15. Stanford, 39
16. Washington State, 45

First Downs

1. California, 276
2. Washington, 273
3. Arizona State, 270
4. USC, 266
5. San Diego State, 260
6. Arizona, 252
7. Utah, 251
8. Boise State, 246
9. Oregon, 239
t-10. UCLA, 237
t-10. BYU, 237
12. Stanford, 223
13. Nevada, 217
14. Colorado, 206
15. Oregon State, 203
16. Washington State, 199

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Total Defense

1. California, 251.7 YPGA
2. Stanford, 295.6 YPGA
3. Utah, 311.1 YPGA
4. BYU, 336.1 YPGA
5. USC, 341.8 YPGA
6. UCLA, 343.7 YPGA
7. Washington, 357.6 YPGA
8. Arizona State, 361.3 YPGA
9. Oregon, 370.3 YPGA
10. Arizona, 389.3 YPGA
11. Oregon State, 393.0 YPGA
12. Boise State, 398.0 YPGA
13. San Diego State, 400.4 YPGA
14. Nevada, 408.5 YPGA
15. Colorado, 428.3 YPGA
16. Washington State, 480.8 YPGA

Pass Defense

1. California, 140.7 YPGA
2. Utah, 164.2 YPGA
3. BYU, 186.8 YPGA
4. USC, 193.5 YPG
5. Arizona State, 193.8 YPGA
6. San Diego State, 201.2 YPGA
7. Stanford, 206.8 YPGA
8. UCLA, 209.8 YPGA
9. Arizona, 217.8 YPGA
10. Nevada, 224.3 YPGA
11. Oregon State, 224.4 YPGA
12. Washington State, 226.1 YPGA
13. Washington, 234.0 YPGA
14. Boise State, 237.0 YPGA
15. Oregon, 244.0 YPGA
16. Colorado, 248.6 YPGA

Rush Defense

1. Stanford, 88.8 YPGA
2. California, 111.0 YPGA
3. Washington, 123.8 YPGA
4. Oregon, 126.3 YPGA
5. UCLA, 133.8 YPGA
6. Utah, 146.9 YPGA
7. USC, 148.3 YPGA
8. BYU, 149.3 YPGA
9. Boise State, 160.1 YPGA
10. Arizona State, 167.4 YPGA
11. Oregon State, 168.6 YPGA
12. Arizona, 171.5 YPGA
13. Colorado, 179.8 YPGA
14. Nevada, 184.2 YPGA
15. San Diego State, 199.3 YPGA
16. Washington State, 254.7 YPGA

Points Allowed Per Game

1. California, 14.8
2. Stanford, 19.0
3. BYU, 19.8
4. USC, 21.2
5. Utah, 22.5
6. Washington, 25.8
7. Arizona State, 26.2
8. Boise State, 26.4
9. Oregon, 27.3
10. Oregon State, 27.4
11. San Diego State, 27.5
12. Nevada, 28.1
13. Arizona, 28.1
14. Colorado, 30.4
15. UCLA, 33.8
16. Washington State, 42.0

Sacks

1. Stanford, 49
2. California, 45
3. Utah, 43
4. Oregon, 41
5. BYU, 37
6. USC, 34
7. Nevada, 32
8. Oregon State, 31
9. Boise State, 29
t-10. Arizona, 28
t-10. Arizona State, 28
12. Washington State, 27
13. Washington, 25
t-14. UCLA, 24
t-14. San Diego State, 24
16. Colorado, 22

Fumbles Recovered

1. Arizona State, 10
t-2. Stanford, 9
t-2. Oregon, 9
t-4. UCLA, 8
t-4. Washington, 8
t-6. Nevada, 7
t-6. Arizona, 7
t-8. BYU, 6
t-8. Washington State, 6
t-8. Oregon State, 6
t-8. San Diego State, 6
t-8. USC, 6
t-13. Utah, 5
t-13. California, 5
15. Colorado, 4
16. Boise State, 2

Interceptions

1. USC, 25
2. Stanford, 24
3. Arizona State, 20
4. Washington, 19
t-5. San Diego State, 18
t-5. BYU, 18
t-5. Oregon, 18
8. Utah, 16
t-9. Colorado, 15
t-9. Arizona, 15
t-11. Oregon State, 14
t-11. Washington State, 14
13. Nevada, 10
t-14. Boise State, 9
t-14. California, 9
16. UCLA, 4

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Third Down Conversions

1. USC, 52%
2. Arizona, 51%
3. Washington, 47%
t-4. Stanford, 46%
t-4. California, 46%
t-6. Arizona State, 44%
t-6. Boise State, 44%
t-6. Utah, 44%
9. UCLA, 41%
t-10. Colorado, 39%
t-10. Nevada, 39%
t-10. San Diego State, 39%
13. Oregon, 38%
14. Washington State, 36%
15. Oregon State, 34%
16. BYU, 33%

Fourth Down Conversions

1. Nevada, 77% (7/9)
t-2. Colorado, 75% (15/20)
t-2. Oregon, 75% (15/20)
4. BYU, 73% (14/19)
5. Arizona, 71% (5/7)
6. Boise State, 70% (14/20)
7. UCLA, 69% (9/13)
8. Stanford, 66% (8/12)
9. Arizona State, 63% (14/22)
10. California, 60% (12/20)
11. San Diego State, 58% (10/17)
t-12. Oregon State, 56% (9/16)
t-12. Utah, 56% (9/16)
t-12. Washington State, 56% (9/16)
15. USC, 54% (6/11)
16. Washington, 50% (12/24)

Two-Point Conversions

t-1. Stanford, 100% (3/3)
t-1. Nevada, 100% (1/1)
t-1. Utah, 100% (2/2)
t-1. USC, 100% (1/1)
t-1. BYU, 100% (2/2)
6. UCLA, 75% (3/4)
7. Arizona, 66% (2/3)
t-8. Oregon, 50% (2/4)
t-8. San Diego State, 50% (1/2)
t-8. Washington State, 50% (1/2)
t-8. Boise State, 50% (2/4)
t-12. Oregon State, 33% (1/3)
t-12. Arizona State, 33% (2/6)
t-12. California, 33% (1/3)
t-15. Washington, 0% (0/1)
t-15. Colorado, 0% (0/1)

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

1. California, 94% (38 + 11 = 49/52)
2. Boise State, 87% (37 + 11 = 48/55)
t-3. Stanford, 82% (36 + 11 = 47/57)
t-3. UCLA, 82% (23 + 11 = 34/41)
t-3. Washington, 82% (33 + 15 = 48/58)
t-3. Arizona State, 82% (34 + 9 = 43/52)
t-7. USC, 81% (40 + 8 = 48/59)
t-7. Colorado, 81% (27 + 9 = 36/44)
t-9. Arizona, 78% (39 + 9 = 48/61)
t-9. Oregon, 78% (32 + 9 = 41/52)
t-11. Oregon State, 76% (23 + 6 = 29/38)
t-11. Nevada, 76% (27 + 8 = 35/46)
t-11. Washington State, 76% (17 + 2 = 19/25)
14. San Diego State, 74% (28 + 11 = 39/52)
15. Utah, 72% (26 + 6 = 32/44)
16. BYU, 66% (26 + 7 = 33/50)

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

1. Utah, 67% (21 + 8 = 29/43)
t-2. Colorado, 74% (27 + 10 = 37/50)
t-2. Nevada, 74% (30 + 9 = 39/52)
t-2. Arizona, 74% (33 + 7 = 40/54)
t-2. BYU, 74% (18 + 5 = 23/31)
t-6. Oregon State, 77% (32 + 6 = 38/49)
t-6. San Diego State, 77% (29 + 13 = 42/54)
t-8. UCLA, 78% (36 + 11 = 47/60)
t-8. Oregon, 78% (23 + 9 = 32/41)
t-10. USC, 79% (23 + 8 = 31/39)
t-10. Stanford, 79% (13 + 10 = 23/29)
12. Washington State, 80% (47 + 7 = 54/67)
13. Arizona State, 81% (24 + 11 = 35/43)
14. Boise State, 82% (30 + 4 = 34/41)
15. Washington, 84% (29 + 9 = 38/45)
16. California, 88% (10 + 13 = 23/26)

Giveaways

1. Washington, 10
2. Boise State, 11
t-3. Stanford, 13
t-3. California, 13
t-5. Arizona, 18
t-5. BYU, 18
t-5. Oregon, 18
t-8. Colorado, 19
t-8. USC, 19
t-10. UCLA, 22
t-10. Nevada, 22
t-10. San Diego State, 22
13. Oregon State, 23
14. Utah, 25
15. Arizona State, 27
16. Washington State, 30

Takeaways

1. Stanford, 33
2. USC, 31
3. Arizona State, 30
t-4. Oregon, 27
t-4. Washington, 27
t-6. San Diego State, 24
t-6. BYU, 24
8. Arizona, 22
9. Utah, 21
t-10. Oregon State, 20
t-10. Washington State, 20
12. Colorado, 19
13. Nevada, 17
14. California, 14
15. UCLA, 12
16. Boise State, 11

Turnover Differential

1. Stanford, +20
2. Washington, +17
3. USC, +12
4. Oregon, +9
5. BYU, +6
6. Arizona, +4
7. Arizona State, +3
8. San Diego State +2
9. California, +1
t-10. Colorado, 0
t-10. Boise State, 0
12. Oregon State, -3
13. Utah, -4
14. Nevada, -5
t-15. UCLA, -10
t-15. Washington State, -10
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2013 Bowl Games

New Mexico Bowl: Iowa (5-7) vs. Nevada (5-7)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Tulane (6-6) vs. Air Force (7-5)
New Orleans Bowl: Marshall (7-5) vs. Arkansas State (9-3)
Las Vegas Bowl: #10 Oregon (8-4) vs. #23 Fresno State (10-2)
Poinsettia Bowl: San Diego State (6-6) vs. Colorado State (10-2)
Hawai'i Bowl: Utah State (7-5) vs. Arizona State (5-7)
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Utah (7-5) vs. Ohio (9-3)
Belk Bowl: #15 Pittsburgh (9-3) vs. UCF (7-5)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Florida Atlantic (7-5) vs. BYU (7-5)
Music City Bowl: Ole Miss (6-6) vs. #24 North Carolina (8-4)
Independence Bowl: UNLV (9-3) vs. #22 Clemson (8-4)
Military Bowl: Northern Illinois (9-4) vs. Maryland (8-4)
Champs Sports Bowl: Connecticut (9-3) vs. Miami-FL (8-4)
Humanitarian Bowl: Bowling Green (7-5) vs. New Mexico State (8-4)
Holiday Bowl: Oklahoma (8-4) vs. #9 Arizona (9-3)
Sun Bowl: #16 Washington (8-4) vs. Florida State (8-4)
Armed Forces Bowl: Boise State (7-5) vs. Western Michigan (7-5)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Louisville (7-5) vs. Southern Miss (9-3)
Texas Bowl: Ohio State (6-6) vs. Kansas State (7-5)
Insight Bowl: Kansas (8-4) vs. Penn State (8-4)
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Mississippi State (7-5) vs. Georgia Tech (8-5)
Outback Bowl: Tennessee (7-5) vs. Nebraska (8-4)
Capital One Bowl: #8 Georgia (11-2) vs. #11 Wisconsin (11-2)
Gator Bowl: #17 Florida (8-4) vs. Illinois (7-5)
TicketCity Bowl: Memphis (6-6) vs. Texas A&M (5-7)
Alamo Bowl: #25 Oklahoma State (9-3) vs. #6 California (11-2)
Goddaddy.com Bowl: Kent State (10-3) vs. #21 Troy (10-2)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: #20 South Carolina vs. #14 TCU (9-3)
BBVA Compass Bowl: Virginia Tech (6-6) vs. Miami-OH (6-6)

2013 Bowl Championship Series



#7 LSU (10-2) vs. #3 USC (11-2)
BCS At-large vs. Pac-12 Champion
Rose Bowl Game
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
January 2, 2014




#4 Michigan (10-2) vs. #12 Rutgers
BCS At-large vs. BCS At-large
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 2, 2014




#13 Boston College (11-2) vs. #5 Stanford (11-1)
ACC Champion vs. BCS At-large
Discover Orange Bowl
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
January 3, 2014




#18 Baylor (10-2) vs. #19 South Florida (9-3)
Big 12 Champion vs. Big East Champion
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
January 4, 2014




#1 Alabama (11-2) vs. #2 Michigan State (12-1)
BCS #1 vs. BCS #2
Citi BCS National Championship Game
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
January 9, 2014

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Matchup Preview | January 3, 2014
vs
#13 Boston College Eagles
(11-2, Away)
#5 Stanford Cardinal
(11-1, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
422.8 (6th)Total Offensive Yards470.2 (4th)
141.6 (109th)Passing Yards263.8 (12th)
281.2 (1st)Rushing Yards206.3 (25th)
32.9 (16th)Points Per Game44.6 (1st)
18Passing TD36
32Rushing TD25
301First Downs223
62Red Zone Attempts57
38-13Red Zone TD-FG36-11
82Red Zone Percentage82
Defensive Stats Comparison
293.8 (5th)Total Yards Allowed295.6 (6th)
146.8 (1st)Passing Yards Allowed206.8 (68th)
146.9 (36th)Rushing Yards Allowed88.8 (1st)
230 (13th)Points Allowed228 (10th)
32 (55th)Sacks49 (1st)
3Fumble Recoveries9
14Interceptions24
17.7Points Per Game19.0
34Red Zone Attempts29
21-3Red Zone TD-FG13-10
70Red Zone Percentage79
Game Notes
When Stanford takes the field at the Orange Bowl for the second time in four years, they may be surprised to encounter a team that is essentially a mirror image of themselves. Boston College boasts America's best running game, led by Heisman Trophy winner Andre Williams, who ran for an eye-popping 2175 yards and 21 touchdowns on the year. And he's not even the only major threat in the BC backfield. Backup Tahj Kimble ran for 1088 yards and eight touchdowns of his own. The matchup of BC's #1 running game against Stanford's top-ranked run defense should make for compelling drama.


The Eagles' passing game is not nearly as explosive as Stanford's. Senior Chase Rettig has only 1808 yards and 17 touchdown passes on the year, but he is the prototypical game manager that a run-first, run-second, run-third team like BC likes. When the Eagles DO throw the ball, they have a trio of solid receivers in Bobby Swigert, Jonathan Coleman, and Alex Amidon, in addition to tight end Brian Miller.


Defensively, the Eagles are a gritty, punch-you-in-the-mouth type, also mirroring Stanford's mentality. They are just ahead of the Cardinal in the rankings in terms of total defense, and while Stanford brings the #1 run defense to the table, Boston College will bring the nation's best pass defense to the Orange Bowl. Sophomore middle linebacker Steven Daniels is following the proud lineage of Mark Herzlich and Luke Kuechly, as he leads the team with 77 tackles, and is second on the team with 5.5 sacks. All-American defensive tackle Dillon Quinn has 8.5 sacks and will be a major factor in the success or failure of Stanford's ground attack. Flanking Daniels in the BC linebacking corps are seniors Steele Divitto and Kevin Pierre Louis.


In the secondary, Boston College's top-ranked pass D is composed of cornerbacks CJ Jones (33 tackles, 4 INTs) and Dominique Williams (3 INTs), and safeties Sean Sylvia and Nate McCullough. Albert Louis-Jean is an emerging star at nickel back.


On paper, this appears to be a matchup between two evenly matched, physically imposing football teams. That was the case three years ago too, when Stanford faced Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl and throttled the Hokies 40-12. The ACC's reputation in BCS games is a poor one, so Boston College will have some doubters headed in. On Stanford's side, coach Brian Kudron is hoping for a victory to set the stage for a possible national title run next season, especially if Brett Nottingham returns.
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