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Old 11-07-2011, 12:49 PM   #17
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

Week 3 Recap

Week 3 Scoreboard
#1 Alabama 37, North Texas 7
#2 Oklahoma 27, #8 Florida State 24
#3 Oregon 57, FCS Midwest 0
#4 Stanford 48, Arizona 13
Miami-FL 38, #5 Ohio State 21
#6 Oklahoma State 41, Tulsa 7
#7 Texas A&M 38, Idaho 0
#9 Wisconsin 31, Northern Illinois 17
#10 Auburn 34, Clemson 21
#11 LSU 41, #25 Mississippi State 17
#12 Michigan State 37, Notre Dame 24
#13 Nebraska 31, Washington 24
#14 Virginia Tech 28, Arkansas State 9
#15 Arkansas 45, Troy 26
#16 Boise State 41, Toledo 7
Tennessee 23, #17 Florida 17
#18 South Carolina 28, Navy 13
#19 Georgia 59, FCS Southeast 17
UCLA 36, #21 Texas 13
#22 TCU 51, ULM 17
#23 Missouri 38, FCS Midwest 0
#24 NC State 54, FCS Southeast 7

Week 3 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#4 Stanford 48, Arizona 13A. Luck (STAN): 467N. Foles (ARIZ): 54C. Owusu (STAN): 203
#3 Oregon 57, FCS Midwest 0Da. Thomas (ORE): 164De. Thomas (ORE): 92J. Hoffman (ORE): 73
California 56, FCS Northwest 0Z. Maynard (CAL): 181C. DeBoskie-Johnson (CAL): 116S. Hagan (CAL): 99
Utah 27, BYU 3J. Wynn (UTAH): 249H. Langi (UTAH): 36D. Anderson (UTAH): 95
USC 45, Syracuse 17M. Barkley (USC): 208G. Farmer (USC): 122R. Woods (USC): 64
Nebraska 31, Washington 24K. Price (WASH): 218R. Burkhead (NEB): 146J. Kearse (WASH): 83
Arizona State 31, Illinois 14B. Osweiler (ASU): 306J. Ford (ILL): 86F. Sykes (ILL): 89
Colorado 24, Colorado State 10T. Hansen (COL): 152R. Stewart (COL): 133K. Cefalo (COL): 98
San Diego State 37, Washington State 21R. Lindley (SDSU): 360L. Mitz (WSU): 47D. Sandifer (SDSU): 141
UCLA 36, #21 Texas 13K. Prince (UCLA): 258K. Prince (UCLA): 74C. Harkey (UCLA): 128

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 18, 2011
12Oklahoma (36)201500
21Alabama (22)301417
33Oregon (1)301309
44Stanford (1)301272
56Oklahoma State (1)301167
67Texas A&M201101
1012Michigan State30867
128Florida State21771
1314Virginia Tech30757
155Ohio State21705
1616Boise State11632
1718South Carolina21543
1920Air Force20484
2324NC State30314

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 18, 2011
Andrew LuckQBStanford912 passing yards, 7 TDs, 1 INT
Kellen MooreQBBoise State412 passing yards, TD
Eddie LacyHBAlabama398 rushing yards, 5 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon569 passing yards, 6 TDs, 0 INTs, 157 rushing yards, 4 TDs
LaMichael JamesHBOregon243 rushing yards, 3 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 18, 2011
#4 Stanford3-01.0001-015020W3
#3 Oregon3-01.0000-013940W3
Oregon State1-10.5000-06541L1
Washington State1-20.3330-07296L2
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Old 11-07-2011, 01:30 PM   #18
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Week 4 Recap

Week 4 Scoreboard
#1 Oklahoma 37, #21 Missouri 15
#2 Alabama 41, #14 Arkansas 17
#3 Oregon 31, Arizona 20
#6 Texas A&M 38, #5 Oklahoma State 34
#7 Wisconsin 53, FCS West 7
#8 Auburn 37, Florida Atlantic 17
#9 LSU 42, West Virginia 21
#10 Michigan State 34, Central Michigan 10
#11 Nebraska 40, Wyoming 6
#12 Florida State 24, Clemson 20
#13 Virginia Tech 41, Marshall 13
#15 Ohio State 27, Colorado 21
#16 Boise State 31, Tulsa 13
#17 South Carolina 49, Vanderbilt 14
Ole Miss 21, #18 Georgia 10
#19 Air Force 55, FCS Southeast 3
#20 TCU 62, FCS West 14
Kansas State 30, #22 Miami-FL 24 (OT)
#23 NC State 24, Cincinnati 17
#24 Michigan 34, San Diego State 13
#25 Florida 31, Kentucky 17

Week 4 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
USC 31, Arizona State 24B. Osweiler (ASU): 323M. Tyler (USC): 77C. Coyle (ASU): 162
#3 Oregon 31, Arizona 20Da. Thomas (ORE): 294Da. Thomas (ORE): 66J. Criner (ARIZ): 162
California 21, Washington 14Z. Maynard (CAL): 218C. Polk (WASH): 78S. Hagan (CAL): 79
#15 Ohio State 27, Colorado 21T. Hansen (COL): 154R. Stewart (COL): 129K. Cefalo (COL): 43
UCLA 41, Oregon State 14K. Prince (UCLA): 314J. Franklin (UCLA): 84S. Evans (UCLA): 152

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 25, 2011
11Oklahoma (41)301505
22Alabama (20)401460
46Texas A&M301334
910Michigan State40958
115Oklahoma State31887
1212Florida State31867
1313Virginia Tech40814
1415Ohio State31672
1516Boise State21616
1617South Carolina31576
1719Air Force30507
2023NC State40345

Heisman Watch - Updated: Sep 25, 2011
Andrew LuckQBStanford912 passing yards, 7 TDs, 1 INT
Eddie LacyHBAlabama454 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 7 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon863 passing yards, 9 TDs, 1 INT; 223 rushing yards, 4 TDs
Spencer WareHBLSU408 rushing yards, 5.2 YPC, 7 TDs
Kellen MooreQBBoise State714 passing yards, 5 TDs, 0 INTs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Sep 25, 2011
#3 Oregon4-01.0001-017060W4
#5 Stanford3-01.0001-015020W4
Washington State1-20.3330-07296L2
Oregon State1-20.3330-17982L2
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Old 11-07-2011, 01:57 PM   #19
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Matchup Preview | October 1, 2011
UCLA Bruins
(4-0, 2-0 Away)
#5 Stanford Cardinal
(3-0, 1-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2377Total Yards1948
1966Total Offensive Yards1688
1187Passing Yards985
779Rushing Yards703
41.0Points Per Game50.0
10Passing TD8
10Rushing TD7
102First Downs57
18Red Zone Attempts17
13-1Red Zone TD-FG7-8
77Red Zone Percentage88
Defensive Stats Comparison
1083Total Yards Allowed679
693Passing Yards Allowed631
390Rushing Yards Allowed48
61Points Allowed20
0Fumble Recoveries3
15.3Points Per Game6.7
9Red Zone Attempts4
5-2Red Zone TD-FG0-1
77Red Zone Percentage25
Injury Report
R. Brehaut, QB, strained back
6 weeks
L. Toilolo, TE, strained pectoral
1 week
Game Notes
The Bruins appear to finally be putting things together under head coach Rick Neuheisel, and will have the chance to prove themselves on The Farm against Stanford. UCLA QB Richard Brehaut went down a few weeks ago, but Kevin Prince has filled in to the tune of 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions while completing 60% of his passes. The Bruins have an assortment of talent at the skill positions - at running back, Jonathan Franklin is averaging 6.1 yards per carry, and Derrick Coleman is averaging 5.7. Receiver Shaquelle Evans went off last week against Oregon State, and leads the Bruins with 250 receiving yards. Franklin, Nelson Rosario, Taylor Embree, and Cory Harkey all have in excess of 100 yards receiving. For a Stanford secondary that's been strained a bit against Duke and Arizona through the air in recent weeks, UCLA's offense should provide a challenge.

Defensively, the Bruins have given up yards, but have amped up their pass rush with 15 sacks in four games, led by 3.5 from linebacker Sean Westgate and 3 from end Datone Jones. Despite what Andrew Luck did to Arizona two weeks ago, the key to playing defense against Stanford will still be about stopping the run.
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UCLA @ #5 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 1, 2011

Taylor carries the load for Stanford
Running game revs to life against a game UCLA squad

PALO ALTO, CA - When the moment gets big, big time players deliver.

UCLA stood toe to toe with mighty Stanford, and just when their defense seemed to be taking the momentum from the Cardinal, Stanford run their trusty Power O play on 3rd and 12 from their own 4 yard line. What appeared to be a giveaway play designed to serve as damage control and put it back in the defense's hands turned into the game's decisive blow, as Stepfan Taylor exploded up the middle and pulled away from UCLA's secondary for a 96 yard touchdown, giving Stanford a 21-7 lead, and a permanent surge of momentum that they rode to a 31-7 victory.

"This was much, much closer than the final score indicated," Stanford coach Brian Kudron said after the game. "Stepfan's second touchdown definitely turned the tides, but that was a very physical team we just played. They caught us offguard with their toughness, and it took us a while to adjust, but we did it. Proud of these kids."

Taylor was the star of the day, ripping off touchdowns of 80 and 96 yards, accumulating 230 yards on the day. Andrew Luck was surgical as usual, and Coach Kudron channeled his inner Jim Harbaugh late in the 4th quarter, calling a playaction bomb for a 46 yard touchdown to Chris Owusu with 16 seconds left and the game decided.

Defensively, Stanford was knocked backward by UCLA's power running game with Jonathan Franklin, but they only broke once on the day. Trent Murphy led the Cardinal with 10 tackles, followed by Shayne Skov's nine. Murphy, Matthew Masifilo and Ben Gardner each had a sack, and star safety Michael Thomas picked off his first pass of the year.

UCLA Bruins at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 1, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
UCLA Bruins (4-1, 1-1)07007
#5 Stanford Cardinal (4-0, 2-0)01471031
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense324490
Rushing Yards121280
Passing Yards203210
First Downs1315
Punt Return Yards174
Kick Return Yards019
Total Yards341513
3rd Down Converstion4-127-15
4th Down Conversion0-21-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/01/1
Posession Time16:2023:40
Scoring Summary
4:55(STAN) Luck, 5 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)07
3:57(UCLA) Prince, 73 yard pass to Evans (Locke kick)77
3:37(STAN) Taylor, 80 yard run (Williamson kick)714
3:37(STAN) Taylor, 96 yard run (Williamson kick)721
6:30(STAN) Williamson, 32 yard FG724
0:16(STAN) Luck, 46 yard pass to Owusu (Williamson kick)731
UCLA Bruins
K. Prince16/2620311
J. Franklin221034.60
K. Prince10181.80
T. Embree6549.00
N. Rosario4348.50
S. Evans28743.51
J. Fauria188.00
C. Harkey177.00
J. Smith144.00
J. Franklin199.00
S. Westgate101.000
P. Larimore11000
T. Dye7000
G. Love51.000
D. Holmes41.000
O. Odighizuwa11.000
J. Locke0/01/11--
K. Smith622136.81
T. Embree2178.50
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck20/3221020
S. Taylor1523015.32
A. Luck9111.20
A. Wilkerson4266.50
J. Stewart382.60
R. Hewitt155.00
C. Fleener77711.01
G. Whalen35016.60
J. Rashad-Patterson3227.30
C. Owusu36020.01
S. Taylor100.00
D. Terrell1-1-1.00
R. Hewitt166.00
Z. Ertz1-4-4.00
T. Murphy101.000
S. Skov9000
C. Thomas4000
D. Howell5000
M. Masifilo51.000
B. Gardner41.000
M. Thomas2010
J. Williamson1/24/4732
D. Zychlinski418646.50
C. Owusu11919.00
D. Terrell144.00
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Week 5 Recap

Week 5 Scoreboard
#1 Oklahoma 51, Ball State 6
#2 Alabama 20, #22 Florida 13
#4 Texas A&M 31, #18 Arkansas 24
#5 Stanford 31, UCLA 7
#10 Nebraska 17, #6 Wisconsin 14
#16 South Carolina 62, #7 Auburn 24
#8 LSU 38, Kentucky 10
#9 Michigan State 24, #14 Ohio State 19
Clemson 17, #13 Virginia Tech 10
#15 Boise State 28, Nevada 21
#17 Air Force 28, Navy 21
#19 TCU 30, SMU 22
Georgia Tech 14, #20 NC State 13
#21 Michigan 24, Minnesota 20
Arizona 45, #23 USC 24

Week 5 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#5 Stanford 31, UCLA 7A. Luck (STAN): 210S. Taylor (STAN): 230S. Evans (UCLA): 87
Colorado 41, Washington State 3T. Hansen (COL): 286T. Hansen (COL): 76R. Deehan (COL): 117
Washington 31, Utah 14K. Price (WASH): 206C. Polk (WASH): 94A. Seferian-Jenkins (WASH): 130
Arizona 45, #23 USC 24N. Foles (ARIZ): 432M. Tyler (USC): 118R. Woods (USC): 217
Arizona State 21, Oregon State 14B. Osweiler (ASU): 229D. Lewis (ASU): 65M. Wheaton (OSU): 79

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 2, 2011
12Alabama (36)501500
21Oklahoma (24)401476
33Oregon (1)401355
44Texas A&M401316
69Michigan State501114
911Oklahoma State31889
1112Florida State31839
1216South Carolina41791
1415Boise State31696
1517Air Force40641
1714Ohio State32474
2013Virginia Tech41332
24NRPenn State41231
2520NC State41194

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 2, 2011
Spencer WareHBLSU564 rushing yards, 5.2 YPC, 9 TDs
Eddie LacyHBAlabama530 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 7 TDs
Stephen GarciaQBSouth Carolina1294 passing yards, 17 TDs, 2 INTs, 345 rushing yards
Darron ThomasQBOregon863 passing yards, 9 TDs, INT; 223 rushing yards, 4 TDs
Brennan ClayHBOklahoma433 rushing yards, 5.4 YPC, 8 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 2, 2011
#5 Stanford4-01.0002-018127W4
#3 Oregon4-01.0001-017060W4
Washington State1-30.2500-175137L3
Oregon State1-30.2500-293103L3
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Power running game lives on on the Farm

PALO ALTO, CA - New head coach Brian Kudron was very sincere when he said it was going to be "business as usual" on The Farm - meaning the bruising style of football established by Jim Harbaugh would continue to grow and flourish.

The early recruiting efforts have paid off in that regard, as the Cardinal has landed two of the Inland Empire's finest in 4* running back Kevin Purcell of Highland and 2* fullback Jason Miller of Palm Springs.

The 6'0, 211-pound Purcell is the nation's 19th-ranked tailback and will carry on the tradition of physically punishing ball carriers in the Stanford backfield. Purcell picked Stanford over BYU and Nebraska.

Miller, meanwhile, will have to put on weight (he's currently 202 pounds) to emulate the standard set by Owen Marecic and currently Ryan Hewitt and Geoff Meinken, but he is already a dynamic pass catcher from the fullback position, earning him the #2 FB ranking in the country. Stanford was his only offer, with Cal and Utah showing interest.

Meanwhile, Kudron's efforts to capitalize on Stanford's recent success on the field seem to be close to paying off, as the Cardinal is deeply involved with many of the West's top prospects - including the nation's #1 player, athlete Scott Mitchell of Yucaipa, California. The 6'4, 179-pound Mitchell is a standout at both receiver and safety, and he's said Stanford's academics have them out in front for his services, ahead of Oregon, USC, Ohio State and Oklahoma.

Other prospects the Cardinal seems to be in great shape for include mauling 345-pound offensive guard Travis McDonald of Serra High School (alma mater of USC stars Robert Woods, Marqise Lee and George Farmer), 6'8 behemoth offensive tackle Kevin Kelly of Servite High in Anaheim, four-star tight ends Kevin Jackson (San Diego) and Marcus Davenport (Window Rock, Arizona), and four-star cornerback Kevin Estes of Fairfield.
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Matchup Preview | October 8, 2011
Colorado Buffaloes
(3-1, 1-1 Away)
#5 Stanford Cardinal
(4-0, 2-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2039Total Yards2461
1670Total Offensive Yards2178
862Passing Yards1195
808Rushing Yards983
31.0Points Per Game45.2
9Passing TD10
6Rushing TD9
97First Downs72
23Red Zone Attempts20
13-3Red Zone TD-FG8-9
69Red Zone Percentage85
Defensive Stats Comparison
975Total Yards Allowed1003
481Passing Yards Allowed834
494Rushing Yards Allowed169
53Points Allowed27
3Fumble Recoveries3
13.3Points Per Game6.8
9Red Zone Attempts4
3-4Red Zone TD-FG0-1
77Red Zone Percentage25
Injury Report
David Bakhriari, LT, sprained ankle
1 week

Jack Harris, RT, broken tailbone
7 weeks

Game Notes
The Pac-12's top two defenses statistically will go head to head as newcomer Colorado visits The Farm to take on Stanford. Colorado's offense revolves around diminutive running back Rodney Stewart, who is third in the Pac-12 in rushing with 460 yards and three touchdowns. An issue that may hamper CU's running game, however, is the absence of both starting tackles due to injury. It would be a surprise if Colorado's defense stifles Stanford's offense for very long.

On the other side, Stanford's offense returns to full strength with the return of tight end Levine Toilolo from injury, and despite Colorado's impressive defensive stats through four games, the consensus in Palo Alto is that the Buffaloes' defense is nowhere close to being that good. Optimism is high that the Cardinal will be able to move the ball consistently.
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Colorado @ #5 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 8, 2011

Cardinal crushes Colorado
Defensive stand sets the tone for Stanford

PALO ALTO, CA - Usually game-changing plays happen in the 4th quarter, or at the very least, in the second half. But Saturday against Colorado, the series of events that swung the course of the game in Stanford's favor happened in the first five minutes of the first quarter.

After Andrew Luck threw just his second interception of the season and set up Colorado first and goal inside the five yard line, Stanford turned Colorado away four straight times, including twice from inside the one, concluding with a Trent Murphy sack of Tyler Hansen, snuffing out any chance Colorado had to seize momentum. From there, the Cardinal went into cruise control, and laid waste to the Buffaloes, 48-0.

Late in the first quarter, the defense opened the scoring for Stanford, as strong safety Delano Howell returned an interception 29 yards for a score. That sparked Stanford's offense into gear as well, and they rolled into halftime with a 24-0 lead. Things exploded in the second half, as a sequence unfolded that saw Andrew Luck throw three straight touchdowns and three straight passes.

"I thought today was our best effort of the season so far," coach Brian Kudron said. "Of course you don't want to put your defense in the position of having to stop them four times inside the five, but after they did that, the momentum swing was obvious on our sideline. Our guys came running off the field shouting, and it energized all of us, energized the crowd, everything. Shortly after that, we got the ball rolling, and it was rolling downhill for us all day."

Colorado Buffaloes at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 8, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Colorado Buffaloes (3-2, 1-1)00000
#5 Stanford Cardinal (5-0, 3-0)141021348
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense200591
Rushing Yards39181
Passing Yards161410
First Downs617
Punt Return Yards1712
Kick Return Yards20723
Total Yards424626
3rd Down Converstion4-164-10
4th Down Conversion0-31-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/02/1
Posession Time18:5129:09
Scoring Summary
2:04(STAN) Howell, 29 yard INT return (Williamson kick)07
0:19(STAN) Wilkerson, 27 yard run (Williamson kick)014
9:15(STAN) Williamson, 45 yard FG017
7:13(STAN) Luck, 14 yard pass to Whalen (Williamson kick)024
9:28(STAN) Luck, 3 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)031
7:44(STAN) Luck, 79 yard pass to Taylor (Williamson kick)038
6:17(STAN) Luck, 87 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)045
3:58(STAN) Williamson, 34 yard FG048
Colorado Buffaloes
T. Hansen9/2216103
R. Stewart24441.80
T. Jones4-2-0.50
T. Hansen2-5-2.50
E. Harrington111.00
K. Cefalo111.00
K. Cefalo45814.50
P. Richardson38227.30
R. Stewart11313.00
T. Clemons188.00
D. Rippy161.000
T. Sandersfeld7000
J. Major5000
R. Polk6000
C. Uzo Diribe21.000
G. Henderson3010
N. Bonsu21.000
Z. Grossnickle837546.81
B. Lockridge718926.90
T. Jones11818.00
P. Richardson2178.50
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck20/2739441
B. Nottingham1/21600
S. Taylor9859.40
A. Wilkerson9515.61
J. Stewart5255.00
A. Luck581.60
T. Gaffney3103.30
C. Owusu122.00
C. Fleener613522.52
J. Rashad-Patterson46416.00
S. Taylor29145.51
Z. Ertz2157.50
G. Whalen22311.51
L. Toilolo24723.50
T. Montgomery11616.00
G. Meinken122.00
C. Owusu11717.00
D. Howell7011
C. Thomas7000
S. Skov111.010
T. Murphy41.000
T. Stephens7000
M. Bergen6000
M. Thomas5010
J. Williamson2/26/61245
D. Zychlinski314648.60
T. Montgomery12323.0
D. Terrell2126.00
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