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Old 01-15-2012, 07:09 AM   #225
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Week 6 Recap

Week 6 Scoreboard
#4 Georgia 38, #14 Alabama 27
#5 Wisconsin 34, Wyoming 10
#7 Penn State 24, Indiana 16
#8 Arizona 52, Boise State 14
#9 LSU 45, Utah State 24
#10 USC 31, #25 Utah 24
#11 TCU 27, SMU 21
#12 Clemson 31, Georgia Tech 24
Army 23, #13 USF 17 (OT)
North Carolina 31, #15 Boston College 10
#16 Florida State 45, Wake Forest 0
#18 Michigan State 59, Eastern Michigan 3
#19 Pittsburgh 35, Miami-FL 21
#20 Auburn 48, Vanderbilt 17
#21 California 34, Colorado 31
#22 Maryland 30, Virginia Tech 7
#23 Arizona State 23, Nevada 20
Mississippi State 24, #24 Florida 17

Week 6 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Oregon State 13, UCLA 10S. Mannion (OSU): 137J. James (UCLA): 104T. Perry (OSU): 40
#23 Arizona State 23, Nevada 20J. Showers (ASU): 236T. Caldwell (NEV): 145E. Bishop (ASU): 111
#8 Arizona 52, Boise State 14T. Parham (ARIZ): 343K. Carey (ARIZ): 165K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 192
#21 California 34, Colorado 31K. Boehm (CAL): 233T. Briggs (COL): 124T. McCulloch (COL): 84
San Diego State 23, Washington State 17C. Halliday (WSU): 331A. Muema (SDSU): 132D. Morgan (WSU): 89
#10 USC 31, #25 Utah 24C. Kessler (USC): 236I. Fields (USC): 84K. Barber (UTAH): 69

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 5, 2014
11Stanford (39)501503
22Michigan (21)401456
33Oregon (1)401411
87Penn State601186
1316Florida State50725
1517South Carolina32532
1623Arizona State40526
1818Michigan State32493
24NROklahoma State32172
2515Boston College32159

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 5, 2014
Tre MasonHBAuburn564 rushing yards, 6.9 YPC, 10 TDs
Barry BrunettiQBOle Miss1278 passing yards, 55%, 15 TDs, 3 INTs, 343 rushing yards, 5.7 YPC, 6 TDs
Remound WrightHBStanford632 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 6 TDs
Mikail McCallHBIowa685 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 8 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington390 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 6 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 5, 2014
#1 Stanford5-01.0002-028592W5
#6 Washington4-01.0001-016674W4
#3 Oregon4-01.0001-018369W4
Oregon State3-10.7501-011891W2
#21 California3-20.6001-1161119W1
Boise State1-40.2501-282186L1
Washington State1-40.2000-2103166L2
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Old 01-16-2012, 12:33 AM   #226
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Thomas has three at the top

October 8, 2014

The 2015 class is still months away from signing, but the race for the country's #5 cornerback is already narrowing down.

Houston (TX) Eisenhower star Corey Thomas could have his pick of essentially any school in America, but the 6'0, 195-pound Lone Star State standout has a list of three schools he's focusing on.

"Stanford, Texas, and TCU are at the top," Thomas said. "I wouldn't say there's a leader between those three, but they're ahead of everybody else, and they've all got a different pitch they're trying on me. With Texas, it's all about state pride, and them being the flagship program in the state, and talking about how the best kids in Texas should represent their home state by going to Texas. TCU, they're talking about how they're going to jump Texas as the big dog in the state, and they want me to be a part of that process. Stanford, along with the elite academics, they're carving out their own little nitch in the state, and they've got a lot of Texas kids on their team now, so I know I'd feel comfortable if I went there."

Thomas already has his visits to his three favorites set up.

"I'm visiting TCU on November 15th (vs. Texas), Stanford on November 22nd (vs. Cal), and Texas on November 28th (vs. Texas A&M)."
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Old 01-16-2012, 01:47 AM   #227
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Matchup Preview | October 11, 2014
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(5-0 (2-0), 1-0 Away)
Brigham Young Cougars
(2-2 (1-2), 1-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
506.4Total Offensive Yards381.3
279.2Passing Yards216.8
227.2Rushing Yards164.5
57.0Points Per Game25.2
22Passing TD8
10Rushing TD5
96First Downs85
28Red Zone Attempts15
19-5Red Zone TD-FG10-1
85Red Zone Percentage73
Defensive Stats Comparison
349.6Total Yards Allowed334.8
270.2Passing Yards Allowed147.0
79.4Rushing Yards Allowed187.8
92Points Allowed91
8Fumble Recoveries2
18.4Points Per Game22.8
12Red Zone Attempts17
8-1Red Zone TD-FG7-4
75Red Zone Percentage64
Injury Report

Moses Kaumatule, DE, abdominal tear
9 weeks

Kenny Curry, OLB, turf toe

Charles Jones, QB, MCL sprain
1 week
Game Notes
This isn't the same dangerous BYU team that ambushed Stanford in Provo two years ago. This year's Cougars are significantly less talented, and have scuttled their way to a 2-2 record through four games. Junior quarterback Charles Jones is out with an MCL sprain, and will be replaced by redshirt freshman Jeff Walton, a 6'1 San Ramon (CA) product. BYU's running game is, just like last year, revved by junior bruisers Brian Romero (5'11, 212) and Sean Allen (5'11, 220), who are both averaging over six yards a carry. At receiver, the Cougars have one of the Pac-12's best in 6'3, 208-pound senior Ross Apo (25 receptions, 360 yards, 4 touchdowns). Junior Jared Thompson and sophomores Jason Johnson and Dave Boyd are trying to replace the quality depth BYU has lost at receiver over the last couple years, but it's slow going. True freshman tight end Kris Johnson is a promising prospect.

On defense, BYU's 3-4 defense has been sliced and diced in the running game through their first four contests, and the absence of defensive end Moses Kaumatule won't make things easier against Stanford's explosive offense. Outside of 330-pound senior Travis Tuiloma at nose guard and Zac Stout at one of the middle linebacker positions, BYU is young on defense, including redshirt freshman defensive end Bryan Scott, true freshman linebacker Kevin Wade, redshirt sophomore linebacker Kenny Curry, true freshman free safety Randall Sullivan, and redshirt freshman strong safety Jeremy Outlaw.

BYU Cougars Depth Chart
Regular Offense
WRRoss Apo (r-SR, 6'3, 208, 88)Jason Johnson (r-SO, 6'1, 183, 79)Clint Dixon (r-SO, 6'2, 207, 78)
TEKris Johnson (FR, 6'4, 254, 73)William Johnson (FR, 6'3, 243, 73)
LTRyker Mathews (SR, 6'6, 323, 81)
LGQuentin Maynard (JR, 6'6, 286, 77)
CMatt Mitchell (r-SO, 6'2, 299, 77)
RGCole Jones (r-JR, 6'5, 293, 81)
RTBrent Washington (r-SO, 6'4, 304, 80)
WRJared Thompson (JR, 6'2, 216, 80)Dave Boyd (r-SO, 6'1, 255, 79)DeMarcus Mann (r-SO, 6'2, 178, 76)
QBJeff Walton (r-FR, 6'1, 211, 72)Alex Kuresa (r-JR, 6'0, 170, 64)
FBDanny Herron (FR, 6'2, 254, 67)
HBBrian Romero (JR, 5'11, 212, 87)Sean Allen (JR, 5'11, 220, 86)
Base 3-4 Defense
LDEBaker Pritchard (r-JR, 6'3, 288, 76)Michael Williams (FR, 6'4, 301, 68)
NTTravis Tuiloma (r-SR, 6'2, 330, 93)Brandon Jackson (SO, 6'0, 313, 73)
RDEBryan Scott (r-FR, 6'0, 239, 72)Michael Williams (FR, 6'4, 301, 68)
LOLBJohnny Ward (JR, 6'4, 225, 81)Matt Ward (r-SR, 5'11, 208, 79)
LILBZac Stout (r-SR, 6'1, 236, 88)Jason Williamson (r-JR, 6'5, 243, 75)
RILBMatt Ward (r-SR, 5'11, 208, 79)Wendell Brown (FR, 6'2, 254, 75)
ROLBKenny Curry (r-SO, 6'6, 200, 86)Wendell Brown (FR, 6'2, 254, 75)
CBGavin Fowler (r-JR, 5'11, 194, 90)Akeem Pettway (r-SO, 5'10, 195, 74)
SSJeremy Outlaw (r-FR, 6'1, 200, 71)Dedrick Brantley (SO, 6'2, 204, 74)
FSRandall Sullivan (FR, 5'11, 192, 74)Dedrick Brantley (SO, 6'2, 204, 74)
CBJordan Johnson (r-SR, 5'10, 185, 82)Grant Joyce (SO, 6'2, 172, 72)
Special Teams
KKurt Branch (SO, 5'11, 179, 73)
PTJ Haynes (r-FR, 6'2, 187, 80)
PRGavin Fowler (r-JR, 5'11, 194, 99)Ross Apo (r-SR, 6'3, 208, 99)
KRGavin Fowler (r-JR, 5'11, 194, 99)Ross Apo (r-SR, 6'3, 208, 99)
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#1 Stanford @ BYU
LaVell Edwards Stadium
Provo, UT
October 11, 2014

Purcell pays off
Young back steps up to carry Stanford past BYU

PROVO, UT - The displeasure on Brian Kudron's face was plain as day.

Stanford's defense spent the majority of the afternoon on Saturday flailing around in feeble attempts to defend BYU's passing game. The pass rush was largely neutralized, and the coverage was porous, to put it nicely.

Thankfully Kevin Purcell, the star running back of Kudron's first recruiting class at Stanford, filled in brilliantly for an injured Remound Wright, bringing a stabilizing effect to the game for the Cardinal as Stanford tightened in the second half and put BYU away, 37-28.

"Kevin really saved us today," Kudron said. "We had a lot of problems in space today, we didn't cover well, we didn't tackle well, we lost guys in coverage and left them wide open far too often. And that's simply not acceptable, and we're going to work on it until we get it right."

One significant adjustment was made on the fly by the Stanford coaching staff, as starting cornerback Scott Mitchell was benched in favor of Kevin Estes. Mitchell has struggled for the majority of the season, and being burnt to a crisp on an 80 yard touchdown early in the second quarter was the final straw, it seems. Estes replaced Mitchell, who was relegated to nickel duty. Kudron offered no comment on any potential changes going forward.

Stanford Cardinal at Brigham Young Cougars
Oct 11, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#1 Stanford Cardinal (6-0, 3-0)111310337
Brigham Young Cougars (2-3, 1-3)7147028
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense369442
Rushing Yards18482
Passing Yards185360
First Downs921
Punt Return Yards6831
Kick Return Yards1570
Total Yards594473
3rd Down Converstion6-167-16
4th Down Conversion0-00-2
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/33/0
Posession Time30:3117:29
Scoring Summary
6:58(STAN) Williamson, 23 yard FG30
4:40(BYU) Walton, 4 yard run (Branch kick)37
0:00(STAN) Galloway, 7 yard fumble return (Williams pass to Davenport)117
11:49(BYU) Walton, 80 yard pass to Thompson (Branch kick)1114
11:02(STAN) Nottingham, 76 yard pass to Young (Williamson kick)1814
6:49(STAN) Williamson, 30 yard FG2114
4:34(STAN) Williamson, 44 yard FG2414
1:54(BYU) Walton, 7 yard pass to W. Johnson (Branch kick)2421
9:27(BYU) Walton, 1 yard pass to Allen (Branch kick)2428
7:40(STAN) Purcell, 65 yard run (Williamson kick)3128
2:48(STAN) Williamson, 45 yard FG3428
5:53(STAN) Williamson, 30 yard FG3728
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham8/1918510
K. Purcell251807.21
B. Nottingham6-28-4.60
R. Wright6172.80
K. Young4123.00
G. Cason200.00
J. Hicks133.00
K. Purcell25427.00
J. Hicks2157.50
K. Young17676.01
G. Harris11616.00
T. Montgomery11616.00
M. Davenport188.00
S. Mitchell9000
W. Lyons7000
L. Callihan52.000
C. Webb5000
C. Hopkins5000
J. Vaughters61.000
K. Estes3010
T. Galloway0001
J. Hemschoot1010
J. Williamson5/52/21745
J. Rouse519038.01
A. Johnson413634.00
W. Lyons12121.00
A. Johnson46817.00
Brigham Young Cougars
J. Walton29/5136132
T. Haynes1/1-100
B. Romero16704.30
J. Walton5-16-3.21
S. Allen22814.00
J. Johnson88610.70
J. Thompson615726.11
S. Allen4143.51
R. Apo44010.00
D. Boyd35217.30
B. Romero221.00
D. Brantley1-1-1.00
W. Johnson177.01
K. Johnson133.00
K. Curry71.000
J. Outlaw10000
Z. Stout91.000
J. Johnson7000
R. Sullivan7000
M. Ward41.000
T. Tuiloma4000
G. Fowler5000
B. Scott11.000
K. Branch0/04/44
T. Haynes620333.80
G. Fowler33110.30
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Week 7 Recap

Week 7 Scoreboard
#1 Stanford 37, BYU 28
Indiana 28, #2 Michigan 25 (OT)
#3 Oregon 27, #7 Arizona 24 (OT)
#4 Georgia 43, Tennessee 19
Nebraska 34, #5 Wisconsin 27
#6 Washington 42, UCLA 31
Florida 31, #9 LSU 24
#10 USC 31, San Diego State 10
#11 TCU 31, Kansas State 18
#19 Pittsburgh 31, #12 Clemson 24
#13 Florida State 21, Miami-FL 17
#14 Auburn 30, Arkansas 14
#15 South Carolina 38, Kentucky 7
#16 Arizona State 32, Oregon State 0
Georgia Tech 28, #17 Maryland 18
#18 Michigan State 13, Illinois 7
#20 Alabama 31, New Mexico State 11
#21 California 30, Boise State 7
#22 Iowa 27, Purdue 20
#23 USF 46, Navy 30
#25 Boston College 31, Army 10

Week 7 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 37, BYU 28J. Walton (BYU): 361K. Purcell (STAN): 180J. Thompson (BYU): 157
#16 Arizona State 32, Oregon State 0J. Showers (ASU): 220D. Bush (ASU): 75T. Tatum (ASU): 81
#3 Oregon 27, #7 Arizona 24 (OT)T. Parham (ARIZ): 222T. Carson (ORE): 104M. Cooper (ARIZ): 73
#21 California 30, Boise State 7J. Sanders (BSU): 174B. Bigelow (CAL): 145M. Harris (CAL): 93
#10 USC 31, San Diego State 10C. Kessler (USC): 256A. Carlisle (USC): 125X. Grimble (USC): 78
Nevada 48, UNLV 24C. Fajardo (NEV): 270T. Caldwell (NEV): 215A. Bradley (NEV): 157
#6 Washington 42, UCLA 31N. Montana (WASH): 323D. Cooper (WASH): 110D. Lucien (UCLA): 135
Colorado 46, Connecticut 38C. Wood (COL): 458T. Briggs (COL): 94T. McCulloch (COL): 177

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 12, 2014
13Oregon (32)501496
21Stanford (26)601486
34Georgia (1)601360
46Washington (1)501231
58Penn State (1)601185
813Florida State60824
916Arizona State50806
1315South Carolina42602
1818Michigan State42490
21NROle Miss60422

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 12, 2014
Tre MasonHBAuburn697 rushing yards, 6.8 YPC, 11 TDs
Barry BrunettiQBOle Miss1503 passing yards, 54%, 19 TDs, 4 INTs, 387 rushing yards, 5.5 YPC, 6 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington500 rushing yards, 6.3 YPC, 9 TDs
Mikail McCallHBIowa820 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 9 TDs
Malcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh665 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 7 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 12, 2014
#2 Stanford6-01.0003-0322120W6
#1 Oregon5-01.0002-021093W5
#4 Washington5-01.0002-0208105W5
#20 California4-20.6602-1191126W2
Oregon State3-20.6001-1118123L1
Boise State1-50.1601-389216L2
Washington State1-40.2000-2103166L2
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Stanford is King in the Queen City

October 15, 2014

Stanford head coach Brian Kudron, a Michigan native, has slowly been trying to increase Stanford's presence in the Midwest since arriving on The Farm. The process has been slow, but it took a huge step forward today, as the Cardinal has scored verbal commitments from two of the Midwest's best 2015 recruits.

The Greater Catholic League in southwest Ohio is always a hotbed for D-1 talent, and is a great starting point for Stanford's efforts to establish themselves in the Midwest. And now the GCL's two best prospects, 4* QB Ryan Miller of Cincinnati Moeller, and 4* TE Alexander DeAngelis of rival Cincinnati St. Xavier, are bound for Palo Alto.

Despite playing for archrivals in high school, Miller and DeAngelis have known each other for a long time and have maintained a friendship during their high school years, often appearing at the same summer camps together to show off their talents. There was never any kind of "package deal" pact between them, but once Stanford put the fullcourt press on both of them, the idea of playing together in college became an added bonus that worked in Stanford's favor.

"It was tremendous honor to be recruited by a school like Stanford," the 6'4, 200-pound Miller said. "Coach Kudron told me he wants Stanford to be a nationally prominent program, and he really wants to become a presence in the Midwest, so for them to come all the way out here and tell me they want me as their quarterback in their class, it meant a lot to me."

Miller is ranked as the 13th best quarterback in the 2015 class, and although he certainly has the size and arm of a prototypical Stanford quarterback, he also possesses an athleticism that would bring an entirely new dynamic to the Cardinal's offense.

DeAngelis, meanwhile, is the 8th ranked tight end, and fits the mold of a big, physical, pass-catching tight end that Stanford loves, as he checks in at 6'6, 255 pounds. Stanford was lucky to lock down DeAngelis now, as their other primary tight end target, four-star Quinton Alston of Lakeside (CA) El Capitan recently went off the board, committing to USC. The Trojans also reeled in another Stanford target, the country's #1 outside linebacker, four-star Justin Toth of Casa de Oro (CA) Monte Vista.

Stanford Recruiting - October 15, 2014
Jason McKnightDE#3Pittsburg (CA)6'7252
Michael DowningMLB#5Newport Beach (CA) Newport Harbor6'2245
Alexander DeAngelisTE#8Cincinnati (OH) St. Xavier6'6255
Ryan MillerQB#13Cincinnati (OH) Moeller6'4200
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Matchup Preview | October 18, 2014
#2 Stanford Cardinal
(6-0 (3-0), 2-0 Away)
#4 Washington Huskies
(5-0 (2-0), 2-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
483.5Total Offensive Yards476.6
263.5Passing Yards229.6
220.0Rushing Yards247.0
53.6Points Per Game41.6
23Passing TD8
11Rushing TD17
105First Downs115
31Red Zone Attempts26
19-8Red Zone TD-FG19-4
87Red Zone Percentage88
Defensive Stats Comparison
365.0Total Yards Allowed364.6
285.2Passing Yards Allowed230.6
79.8Rushing Yards Allowed134.0
120Points Allowed105
9Fumble Recoveries0
20.0Points Per Game21.0
15Red Zone Attempts13
11-1Red Zone TD-FG8-4
79Red Zone Percentage92
Injury Report

Kasen Williams, WR, complete MCL tear
Out for season

Phillip Campbell, WR, broken tibia
Out for season
Game Notes
The Huskies have slowly restored their once-lost prestige, and Husky Stadium once again serves as a house of horrors for all those who enter. Washington believes this is the year they can seize the Pac-12 North, but Stanford will present their steepest challenge. Adding to that challenge will be the absence of Kasen Williams and Phillip Campbell, UW's two most talented wide receivers, who are both out for the season with injuries.

Still, even without two of his best playmakers, senior quarterback Nick Montana commands a lethal Washington offense that excels at running the ball. Montana himself has completed 60% of his passes, while throwing only one interception compared to eight touchdowns. Senior tailback Deontae Cooper is Washington's main weapon, though, and he has 500 yards and nine touchdowns on the season while averaging 6.2 yards a carry. Junior Bishop Sankey complements Cooper with 350 yards and five touchowns of his own on 7.4 YPC. Sankey has elite speed and will not be caught from behind if he breaks free.

Without Williams and Campbell, UW's passing attack is much more meticulous instead of explosive. Junior wideout Joshua Perkins leads the Huskies with 14 receptions. Washington will deploy three tight ends, with senior Austin Seferian-Jenkins leading the way. ASJ is one of the Pac-12's best players, and he destroyed Stanford two years ago in Seattle. Behind him, senior Michael Hartvigson and true freshman Ryan Culver are also above average as pass catchers.

Defensively, Washington appears to finally be over the hump under Steve Sarkisian, as their defense has been their undoing in recent years. This year, the Huskies have a talented and experienced unit, with playmakers at each level. On the line, senior Josh Shirley leads the team with 11 tackles for loss, and is a blur off the edge. 337-pound senior Lawrence Lagafuaina is destructive in the middle and is one of the Pac-12's best defenders. Juniors Taniela Tupou and Danny Shelton are also enormous run-stuffers who round out an elite defensive tackle rotation.

At linebacker, Washington is led by senior captain Jamaal Kearse on the outside, the team's leading tackler. The other outside spot belongs to senior John Timu, who has been a starter since arriving in Seattle as a freshman in 2011. The two seniors on the outside flank true freshman Robbie Davis. Davis is a local product from Salmon Creek, Washington, and reports from Seattle say he has the potential to be a superstar.

In the secondary the Huskies have a dangerous combination of experience and talent. Senior cornerback Gregory Ducre had seven interceptions last year and is one of the Pac-12's best cover corners. Washington's cornerback spots are promising, as junior Marcus Peters starts opposite Ducre, and sophomores Charlie Rush and Raymond Covington have bright, bright futures. Free safety Nick Elliott saw significant time as a freshman last year, and is growing into a leader for UW. He isn't the fastest, but he is a sure tackler and has excellent size (6'3, 184). At the other safety spot, Sacramento Grant product James Sample has grown into a star and one of the Pac-12's best defensive backs. At 6'2, 195, Sample has an elite combination of speed and power, possessing the ability to drop into coverage or come flying in to provide run support.

Washington Depth Chart
Regular Offense
WRJoshua Perkins (r-JR, 6'3, 201, 80)William Thompson (SO, 6'4, 209, 77)
TEAustin Seferian-Jenkins (SR, 6'7, 265, 91)Michael Hartvigson (r-SR, 6'6, 261, 88)Ryan Culver (FR, 6'4, 233, 77)
LTBen Riva (r-SR, 6'6, 310, 88)
LGColin Tanigawa (r-SR, 6'3, 308, 92)
CSiosifa Tafunga (r-JR, 6'2, 329, 94)
RGDesmond Walker (r-SO, 6'5, 297, 79)
RTMike Criste (r-SR, 6'5, 286, 85)
WRRyan Culver (FR, 6'4, 233, 77)Lester Cronin (SO, 6'2, 175, 76)
QBNick Montana (r-SR, 6'3, 204, 88)Derrick Brown (r-JR, 6'3, 240, 80)
FBTerry Martin (r-SO, 6'1, 234, 82)
HBDeontae Cooper (r-SR, 6'0, 205, 95)Bishop Sankey (r-JR, 5'10, 204, 88)
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEJosh Shirley (r-SR, 6'3, 237, 93)Andrew Hudson (r-SR, 6'3, 241, 79)
LDTLawrence Lagafuaina (r-SR, 6'0, 337, 97)Taniela Tupou (r-JR, 6'1, 299, 90)
RDTDanny Shelton (r-JR, 6'1, 352, 89)Jesse Sanders (r-SO, 6'3, 275, 78)
RDEJarett Finau (r-JR, 6'2, 265, 82)Corey Waller (r-JR, 6'1, 227, 81)
WLBJohn Timu (SR, 6'1, 229, 91)Charles Russell (r-FR, 6'3, 228, 78)
MLBRobbie Davis (FR, 6'2, 243, 75)Charles Russell (r-FR, 6'3, 228, 78)
SLBJamaal Kearse (r-SR, 6'2, 231, 91)Matthew Lyons (r-JR, 6'2, 206, 76)
CBGregory Ducre (r-SR, 5'10, 173, 82)Charlie Rush (SO, 6'2, 178, 78)
SSJames Sample (r-JR, 6'2, 195, 93)Chad Clemens (FR, 6'2, 208, 72)
FSNick Elliott (SO, 6'3, 184, 75)Charlie Rush (SO, 6'2, 178, 78)
CBMarcus Peters (r-JR, 5'11, 188, 77)Raymond Covington (SO, 6'0, 190, 75)
Special Teams
KNathan McFarland (JR, 5'11, 164, 85)
PNathan McFarland (JR, 5'11, 164, 85)
PRDeontae Cooper (r-SR, 6'0, 205, 99)Bishop Sankey (r-JR, 5'10, 204, 98)
KRDeontae Cooper (r-SR, 6'0, 205, 99)Bishop Sankey (r-JR, 5'10, 204, 98)
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#2 Stanford @ #4 Washington
Husky Stadium
Seattle, WA
October 18, 2014

Cardinal muzzles Huskies
Shaky start gives way to a superb finish for Stanford in Seattle

SEATTLE, WA - By the end of the game, Remound Wright looked like he was being held together by tape and glue.

A week after suffering a mild concussion, Stanford's starting tailback suffered shoulder and rib injuries while dragging himself to a 197-yard performance as the Cardinal ripped off 41 straight points, erasing an early deficit and beating #4 Washington in Seattle, 41-21.

Wright's heroics were supplemented by 220 yards and three touchdowns by quarterback Brett Nottingham, and they upstaged Washington's Deontae Cooper, who had 140 yards by the end of the first quarter thanks to two enormous runs that put the Huskies on the board.

"Remound was our stalwart today," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said. "And you can see it on his face, and you can bet he's feeling it. Truth be told I'm not sure of his status at this point. He's pretty beat up. I suspect it'll be a day to day thing throughout this next week to see if he can go."

One other notable highlight of the game was Aaron Johnson's first touchdown in a Stanford uniform - and it came in the fashion one would expect considering the hype around Johnson's speed: a 41 yard bomb that saw Johnson pulling away from Washington defenders. Stanford has gradually increased Johnson's snaps on offense in recent weeks, so it will be interesting to keep an eye on going forward.

Stanford Cardinal at Washington Huskies
Oct 18, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Stanford Cardinal (7-0, 4-0)013141441
#4 Washington Huskies (5-1, 2-1)1400721
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense506336
Rushing Yards286171
Passing Yards220165
First Downs2313
Punt Return Yards2421
Kick Return Yards590
Total Yards589357
3rd Down Converstion7-143-11
4th Down Conversion1-21-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/12/0
Posession Time33:0714:53
Scoring Summary
10:12(WASH) Cooper, 68 yard run (McFarland kick)07
6:53(WASH) Cooper, 1 yard run (McFarland kick)014
5:44(STAN) Williamson, 52 yard FG314
0:52(STAN) Nottingham, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)1014
0:00(STAN) Williamson, 26 yard FG1314
7:18(STAN) Nottingham, 4 yard pass to Moore (Williamson kick)2014
2:03(STAN) Nottingham, 9 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)2714
9:22(STAN) Nottingham, 41 yard pass to Johnson (Williamson kick)3414
7:14(STAN) Wright, 16 yard run (Williamson kick)4114
4:09(WASH) Montana, 4 yard run (McFarland kick)4121
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham18/3322030
R. Wright271977.21
K. Purcell7456.40
G. Cason5336.60
B. Nottingham2105.01
K. Young2-1-0.50
A. Johnson122.00
R. Wright4225.50
K. Jackson45513.71
T. Montgomery24623.00
T. Bradford23216.00
A. Johnson14141.01
M. Moore144.01
J. Hicks1-1-1.00
M. Davenport122.00
R. Mitchell166.00
K. Purcell11313.00
W. Lyons8020
C. Webb5000
A. Turner71.000
C. Ham21.000
L. Callihan3000
C. Hopkins21.000
A. Edwards3000
Q. Fogle2010
T. Simmons3000
J. Vaughters5000
A. Hayes11.000
J. Williamson2/35/51152
J. Rouse312642.01
A. Johnson26030.00
R. Mitchell1-1-1.00
A. Johnson3248.00
Washington Huskies
N. Montana12/2116503
D. Cooper241988.22
N. Montana6-26-4.31
T. Martin100.00
R. Culver1-1-1.00
A. Seferian-Jenkins45614.00
R. Culver34916.30
J. Perkins24623.00
W. Thompson2136.50
L. Cronin111.00
J. Sample15000
J. Timu12000
N. Elliott10000
M. Peters6000
G. Ducre5000
R. Davis7000
J. Shirley5000
D. Shelton3000
L. Lagafuaina2000
N. McFarland0/13/33
N. McFarland625041.62
D. Cooper22110.50
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