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Old 01-04-2012, 02:49 AM   #193
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)



#13 Boston College vs. #5 Stanford
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January 3, 2014




Orange Crush
Wilkerson goes out with a bang as Stanford steamrolls to an Orange Bowl win

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - Although he would never admit it publically, Stanford running back Anthony Wilkerson felt he definitely deserved the Heisman Trophy over Boston College back Andre Williams, instead of the runner-up status he was saddled with.

Wilkerson proved his point in the Orange Bowl, ending his Stanford career with a dazzling 205-yard, 3-touchdown performance, as the Cardinal crushed Boston College with an overwhelming 38-13 blowout.

BC's vaunted rushing attack was sufficiently destroyed by Stanford's mauling run defense. Williams had a puny four carries for 65 yards, 64 of which came on one play early in the third quarter. Overall, Stanford outclassed the Eagles in every way imaginable, imposing their will in every facet of the game.

"You always, always want to end your season with a win," a Gatorade-soaked Brian Kudron said after the game. "But especially when you're in a BCS bowl. When I got here three years ago, the team was coming off a win here in the Orange Bowl, and there was a vibe around the program; a sort of atmosphere. It propels you into the offseason with a winning mindset, and if some things fall our way, we could be set up for some great, great things next season."

The most important thing Stanford needs to fall its way is the decision on the horizon for quarterback Brett Nottingham, who has bloomed into an elite quarterback since taking over after Andrew Luck's departure. If he chooses to leave Stanford early, super-recruit Shane Williams is likely to take over and begin his career earlier than expected. But if Nottingham returns for his fifth year, the Cardinal could very well be one of the favorites to make it to the BCS National Championship next year in Glendale, Arizona.

Boston College Eagles at Stanford Cardinal
Jan 3, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#13 Boston College Eagles (11-3)706013
#5 Stanford Cardinal (12-1)3280738
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense180543
Rushing Yards131261
Passing Yards49282
First Downs722
Punt Return Yards229
Kick Return Yards081
Total Yards182653
Turnovers00
3rd Down Converstion4-128-14
4th Down Conversion0-00-1
2-Point Conversion0-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/03/1
Penalties2-205-40
Posession Time14:0633:54
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGBCSTAN
6:26(BC) Darmstatter, 8 yard run (Freese kick)70
1:17(STAN) Williamson, 34 yard FG73
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGBCSTAN
9:51(STAN) Nottingham, 56 yard pass to Wilkerson (Williamson kick)710
6:48(STAN) Wilkerson, 9 yard run (Williamson kick)717
2:28(STAN) Wilkerson, 32 yard run (Williamson kick)724
0:14(STAN) Nottingham, 14 yard pass to Roberts (Williamson kick)731
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGBCSTAN
10:36(BC) Simmons, 1 yard run (2-pt. failed)1331
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGBCSTAN
6:38(STAN) Wilkerson, 9 yard run (Williamson kick)1338
Boston College Eagles
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
C. Rettig3/104900
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
C. Simmons10181.81
C. Rettig10-8-0.80
J. Darmstatter9515.61
A. Williams46516.20
T. Kimble252.50
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Darmstatter11515.00
A. Amidon12828.00
C. Simmons166.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
K. Pierre Louis101.000
C. Jones10000
A. Louis Jean7000
S. Sylvia9000
K. Edebali71.000
S. Daniels8000
C. Wujciak41.000
S. Divitto21.000
N. McCullough4000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
N. Freese0/01/11
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
N. Freese834242.71
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Coleman122.00
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham15/2528220
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A. Wilkerson342056.03
R. Wright77010.00
B. Nottingham4-26-6.50
G. Meinken2126.00
T. Montgomery1-1-1.00
K. Young111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Z. Ertz511823.60
A. Wilkerson37826.01
T. Montgomery2189.00
G. Meinken2115.50
T. Bradford11212.00
J. Roberts11414.01
K. Jackson13131.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Lueders51.000
D. Carrington8000
J. Vaughters6000
W. Lyons6000
T. Simmons5000
L. Callihan21.000
J. Hemschoot5000
B. Gardner3000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson1/25/5834
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse28844.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
W. Lyons26130.50
T. Montgomery12020.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford5295.80
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:42 AM   #194
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Bowl Game Results

New Mexico Bowl: Iowa 41, Nevada 35 (OT)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Air Force 7, Tulane 6
New Orleans Bowl: Arkansas State 63, Marshall 17
Las Vegas Bowl: #10 Oregon 43, #23 Fresno State 21
Poinsettia Bowl: San Diego State 45, Colorado State 28
Hawai'i Bowl: Arizona State 38, Utah State 20
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Ohio 24, Utah 13
Belk Bowl: UCF 30, #15 Pittsburgh 24 (OT)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Florida Atlantic 17, BYU 10
Music City Bowl: Ole Miss 29, #24 North Carolina 15
Independence Bowl: #22 Clemson 30, UNLV 0
Military Bowl: Maryland 37, Northern Illinois 17
Champs Sports Bowl: Miami-FL 44, Connecticut 14
Humanitarian Bowl: New Mexico State 24, Bowling Green 7
Holiday Bowl: #9 Arizona 31, Oklahoma 21
Sun Bowl: #16 Washington 32, Florida State 22
Armed Forces Bowl: Western Michigan 34, Boise State 31 (2 OT)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Southern Miss 28, Louisville 17
Texas Bowl: Ohio State 27, Kansas State 13
Insight Bowl: Penn State 26, Kansas 10
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Mississippi State 20, Georgia Tech 13
Outback Bowl: Tennessee 38, Nebraska 35 (OT)
Capital One Bowl: #8 Georgia 28, #11 Wisconsin 21
Gator Bowl: Illinois 34, #17 Florida 31
TicketCity Bowl: Texas A&M 52, Memphis 17
Alamo Bowl: #25 Oklahoma State 28, #6 California 24
Godaddy.com Bowl: #19 Troy 34, Kent State 30
AT&T Cotton Bowl: #11 TCU 35, #20 South Carolina 31
BBVA Compass Bowl: Virginia Tech 20, Miami-OH 13

Rose Bowl: #7 LSU 44, #3 USC 22
Sugar Bowl: #4 Michigan 27, #12 Rutgers 10
Orange Bowl: #5 Stanford 38, #13 Boston College 13
Fiesta Bowl: #19 South Florida 24, #18 Baylor 23

BCS National Championship: #1 Alabama 19, #2 Michigan State 13
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:51 AM   #195
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NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 10, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Alabama (61)1221525
24Michigan1121302
37LSU1121268
45Stanford1211262
52Michigan State1221227
68Georgia1221133
79Arizona1031061
83USC1131037
910Oregon941018
1011TCU103989
116California113876
1216Washington94769
1312Rutgers103722
1413Wisconsin113697
1519Troy112661
1614Boston College113634
1722USF103586
1821Clemson94570
1925Oklahoma State103516
2017Baylor103494
21NRPenn State94376
2223Fresno State103295
2315Pittsburgh94265
24NRMiami-FL94185
25NRArkansas State103154


NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Jan 10, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Alabama (39)1221599
27LSU (21)1121426
34Stanford (3)1211338
45Michigan (1)1121298
52Michigan State1221259
68Georgia (1)1221182
79Arizona1031113
810Oregon941075
93USC1131068
1015TCU103927
116California113926
1216Washington94831
1311Rutgers103799
1412Wisconsin113782
1518USF103748
1625Oklahoma State103745
1713Boston College113713
1821Troy112642
1917Baylor103562
2023Clemson94547
2122Fresno State103356
22NRPenn State94340
2314Pittsburgh94326
24NRMiami-FL94213
25NROhio103116
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Stanford Cardinal Stats - 2013
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Brett Nottingham239/373341214.2262.4943512165.4
Craig Humphrey8/14364.56.01030149.5
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Anthony Wilkerson33721006.2542220161.50
Remound Wright805086.3324539.00
Kevin Purcell302036.7862067.60
Kelsey Young161288.0701114.20
Geoff Meinken21954.511017.30
Ryan Hewitt122.02000.30
Ty Montgomery2-1-0.50000.00
Craig Humphrey9-34-3.7100-5.60
Brett Nottingham53-264-4.91801-20.33
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Zach Ertz6299316.0964776.3214
Ty Montgomery5989615.11283668.9502
Jemari Roberts2839614.1452030.4259
Kevin Jackson1431122.2594025.991
Anthony Wilkerson242148.9271216.4276
Terrance Bradford1520113.4239115.464
Geoff Meinken141188.402209.050
Ryan Mitchell151127.4018212.459
Willie Reed57615.2031015.223
Gary Harris55711.4129011.416
Marcus Davenport25125.5243012.73
Ryan Hewitt4235.711603.815
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Devon Carrington5541961.014541
James Vaughters4632781.07600
Wayne Lyons5122730.031140
Joe Hemschoot3728653.519320
Blake Lueders3715528.531300
Barry Browning2621472.061561
Ben Gardner2613398.515000
Charlie Hopkins2016363.08101
Jarek Lancaster2213353.07210
Terrence Brown258330.03610
Scott Mitchell1615310.03750
Usua Amanam1910290.521100
Lance Callihan208287.510000
Tremayne Simmons1111221.05110
Jacob Gowan910191.04100
John Arnold57120.51000
Chris Ham100105.07000
Quinn Fogle7290.00500
Anthony Hayes2350.52000
Lance Pope4043.03000
Eddie Plantaric1340.52000
Andrew Edwards2021.01000
KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Ty Montgomery2371331.0600
Wayne Lyons2051725.8510
Scott Mitchell100.000
Ryan Mitchell100.000
Willie Reed100.000
Terrance Bradford419.40
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Jordan Williamson28367754646696150
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Jermaine Rouse4919345039.433.80145
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"We have unfinished business"
Nottingham spurns the NFL to return to The Farm

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford is already losing several crucial, crucial players from their squad for 2014. But it could've been much, much worse.

Four very significant juniors - QB Brett Nottingham, FS Wayne Lyons, DE Charlie Hopkins, and WR Ty Montgomery - all flirted with the possibility of leaving Stanford early for the NFL. But Nottingham quickly decided he was going to return, and from there, the dominoes fell, and all four will be back in 2014 for their senior seasons.

"I thought about it for a bit," Nottingham said. "But ultimately, the decision to return was easy. Going 12-1 and winning the Orange Bowl is great, obviously. But we've got unfinished business. We were so close to getting to the National Championship Game this year, that's a goal that's still out there, so I'm coming back to lead us there."
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Texas safety on the radar

PALO ALTO, CA - National Signing Day is less than a month away now, and Stanford's class is nearly complete. San Jose (CA) Valley Christian defensive tackle Danny Clark and Dallas (TX) Woodrow Wilson wide receiver Chris Burks are currently the only two prospects Stanford is heavily pursuing who already hold offers from the Cardinal.

But that may be about to change.

While visiting the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to check in with Burks at Woodrow Wilson High School, a high school coach in the area got in touch with Stanford's coaches and recommended they make the 100 or so mile trip east to the city of Tyler, and John Tyler High School to check out the nation's #232 ranked prospect, four-star safety Terrell Moore.

Moore brings a valuable combination of size (6'1, 197 pounds) and speed (4.52 40-yard dash) to the table, and one glance at his film shows he has the destructive mentality that Stanford coach Brian Kudron values in his defenders.

"I'd love to hear more from Stanford," Moore said. "They came by my school to meet me, and they said somebody had told them I didn't want to go far from home, so they didn't bother recruiting me that hard at first. That really confused me, because location isn't a big deal to me. If I find a place close to home that I like the best, that's a bonus. But above all else I'm just looking for the right fit, no matter where it is."

The usual academic checks are being made, and if Moore's transcripts check out, an offer could be forthcoming. If and when the offer is made, Stanford will battle TCU, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State for Moore's services.
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Down the stretch they come

February 1, 2014

Signing Day is right around the corner, and Stanford's class has just about reached completion, as the Cardinal picked up verbals from two more prospects, and made an offer to another.

There is now only one spot remaining in the class as 3* San Jose Valley Christian defensive tackle Danny Clark and 4* Dallas (TX) Woodrow Wilson wide receiver Chris Burks jumped aboard in recent days after favoring Stanford for much of the process.

At 6'3, 304 pounds, Clark is the 61st ranked defensive tackle in the country, and could conceivably play one of the defensive end positions in Stanford's 3-4 defense. He picked Stanford over UCLA and San Diego State. Burks, meanwhile, fits the Stanford mold of bigger, more physical receivers, checking in at 6'3, 208 pounds. The #35 wideout in the country was receiving interest from Nevada, Oregon and Iowa, but ultimately chose the Cardinal.

Meanwhile, Stanford has officially offered 4* Tyler (TX) John Tyler safety Terrell Moore, and rumors are they are now the favorite, inching ahead of TCU and Texas A&M for the physical defensive back.
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Stanford Cardinal Recruiting - 2014
NAMEPOSPOS. RANKHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
James GarrettOL#1Spokane (WA) Gonzaga Prep6'5295
Aaron JohnsonWR#13Thousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian5'11175
Devin WilsonCB#5Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman5'11177
Michael RossMLB#1Houston (TX) Cy-Creek6'3235
Will BrownHB#7Monrovia (CA)6'1227
Cedric PhillipsMLB#3Los Angeles (CA) Loyola5'10241
Adrian TurnerOLB#7Tucson (AZ) Palo Verde6'7230
Jarrett GreenOL#10Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha6'2297
Greg FisherS#4San Diego (CA) Cathedral Catholic6'3203
Chris BurksWR#35Dallas (TX) Woodrow Wilson6'3208
Terrell MooreS#5Tyler (TX) John Tyler6'1197
Marvin MooreTE#15Chula Vista (CA) Eastlake6'8230
Walter PetersonDE#38Thibodaux (LA)6'6245
Justin HunterS#22San Jose (CA) Valley Christian6'5225
Danny ClarkDT#61San Jose (CA) Valley Christian6'3304
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