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Old 01-23-2012, 09:28 PM   #249
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Week 11 Recap

Week 11 Scoreboard
#1 Stanford 37, #2 Oregon 35
#3 TCU 35, Kent State 10
UCLA 28, #4 Arizona 23
#5 South Carolina 16, #25 Arkansas 14
#6 Michigan 31, #9 Iowa 13
#7 Penn State 42, Ohio State 7
Boise State 28, #10 Washington 21
#11 California 37, Oregon State 7
Maryland 30, #12 Clemson 24 (OT)
#13 Florida 35, Vanderbilt 21
#14 Wisconsin 40, Purdue 7
#15 USC 52, Colorado 28
#16 Alabama 20, #21 LSU 13
#17 Nebraska 30, Northwestern 24
#18 Auburn 38, Ole Miss 16
#19 Oklahoma State 29, Kansas 17
#20 Pittsburgh 45, Notre Dame 31
Florida State 24, #23 Boston College 14

Week 11 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 37, #2 Oregon 35B. Bennett (ORE): 341R. Wright (STAN): 231K. Jackson (STAN): 122
UCLA 28, #4 Arizona 23D. Ingram (ARIZ): 211J. James (UCLA): 96K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 78
Boise State 28, #10 Washington 21J. Sanders (BSU): 190D. Morrow (BSU): 112M. Walker (BSU): 107
Utah 27, UL Lafayette 13C. Edmonds (ULL): 202J. Oliver (UTAH): 137T. Reese (UTAH): 98
BYU 41, Washington State 14C. Jones (BYU): 261S. Allen (BYU): 104K. Johnson (BYU): 102
Arizona State 28, San Diego State 16J. Showers (ASU): 298D. Bush (ASU): 124B. Thompson (ASU): 132
#15 USC 52, Colorado 28C. Wood (COL): 326A. Carlisle (USC): 105T. McCulloch (COL): 100
#11 California 37, Oregon State 7K. Boehm (CAL): 195B. Bigelow (CAL): 116J. Rush (CAL): 84

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 9, 2014
11Stanford (61)10015255
45South Carolina821092
67Penn State811014
1719Oklahoma State62576
2124West Virginia81407
24NRArizona State72327

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 9, 2014
46Penn State810.981
55South Carolina820.981

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 9, 2014
Malcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh1169 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 16 TDs
Teondray CaldwellHBNevada1936 rushing yards, 6.1 YPC, 19 TDs
Tahj KimbleHBBoston College1558 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 14 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington986 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 16 TDs
Tre MasonHBAuburn1056 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 12 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 9, 2014
#1 Stanford10-01.0007-0490210W10
#5 Oregon8-10.8805-1360209L1
#8 California7-20.7705-1287152W5
#22 Washington6-30.6603-3310215L1
Boise State3-60.3303-4200306W2
Oregon State3-60.3301-6195285L5
Washington State1-80.1100-6165357L6

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 9, 2014
#24 Arizona State7-20.7705-1275188W1
#10 Arizona7-20.7704-2321223L1
#13 USC6-30.6604-3303185W1
#25 UCLA5-40.5503-3258264W4
San Diego State4-50.4403-4225277L2
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Davis makes the grade

November 11, 2014

A little over a month ago, four star Tempe (AZ) Corona Del Sol offensive tackle Kyle Davis informed reporters and recruiters that if he was admitted to Stanford, that would be his college destination.

Monday, Davis got the good news that he was accepted, and thus has joined Stanford's 2014 class.

"It was such a relief when Coach Kudron called me to give me the news," the nation's #1 tackle said. "For a big, mauling offensive lineman like me, Stanford has become basically a dream location. Their offense really highlights their guys up front, and they love to just steamroll the defense. So I'm so happy that I got in."

Davis gives the Cardinal six verbal commitments for their 2014 class, and with only nine seniors on this year's team, even with the potential for early departures to the NFL, this year's exceptionally small class is reaching completion. Houston (TX) Eisenhower cornerback Corey Thomas is at the top of the wishlist, and Stanford continues to battle Texas and TCU for his services. Another corner prospect on the Cardinal's radar is Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco four-star Benjamin Gilbert, who has a top three of Cal, Texas and Stanford, although Stanford has not officially offered him yet. Nor has the Cardinal officially offered four-star Monroe (NC) Sun Valley tight end Phil Anderson; contact between the two sides is extensive, however, and an offer from Stanford may be on the horizon.

Finally, with Jordan Williamson set to graduate at the end of the season, the Cardinal will be in the market for a new placekicker, and in the process of recruiting tight end Alexander DeAngelis and quarterback Ryan Miller from the Greater Catholic League in Cincinnati, Stanford's coaches were informed of a standout placekicker who plays for Archbishop Alter High School in Kettering, roughly 50 miles north of Cincinnati. Chad Clayton is the nation's 3rd-ranked placekicker, and could very well be Stanford's prime target as they evaluate kickers going forward.

Stanford Recruiting - November 10, 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
Chad McBrideFS#1Deerfield Beach (FL)6'0210
Kyle DavisT#1Tempe (AZ) Corona Del Sol6'8345
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Matchup Preview | November 15, 2014
Oregon State Beavers
(3-6 (1-5), 2-2 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(10-0 (7-0), 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
348.0Total Offensive Yards477.1
196.1Passing Yards242.4
151.9Rushing Yards234.7
21.6Points Per Game49.0
14Passing TD31
8Rushing TD24
165First Downs189
30Red Zone Attempts53
19-6Red Zone TD-FG33-14
83Red Zone Percentage88
Defensive Stats Comparison
422.2Total Yards Allowed365.6
233.8Passing Yards Allowed271.5
188.4Rushing Yards Allowed94.1
285Points Allowed210
5Fumble Recoveries13
31.7Points Per Game21.0
38Red Zone Attempts25
20-9Red Zone TD-FG18-3
76Red Zone Percentage84
Injury Report
Mike Robison, LG, strained shoulder
Kevin Purcell, HB, abdominal tear
1 week
Lavonte Barnett, MLB, foot stress fracture

Brandon Bennett, DT, dislocated elbow
1 week

Game Notes
The Beavers are stuck in a perennial rut now, as Stanford, Oregon, Washington and Cal have risen to the top of the Pac-12 North, and the additions of BYU and Boise State have added to Oregon State's struggles. The Beavers are never among the most talented teams in the conference, and instead depend on outworking and outsmarting their opponents - a strategy that is doomed to fail against Stanford.

Fifth year senior quarterback Sean Mannion has mediocre numbers for OSU this season: 1708 yards passing, with only 13 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Junior running back Dwayne Rankin is a powerful ball carrier with 787 yards and 5.4 yards per carry, but he has only three touchdowns on the season. Senior wideout Brandin Cooks is only 5'9 and a generous 174 pounds, but he is elusive and dangerous; he leads OSU in receptions (41), yards (602), and touchdown catches (8).

Defensively, senior linebacker Shaydon Akuna is the Pac-12's leading tackler with 82 stops, and the Beavers have a dynamic pass rushing duo on their defensive line in senior end Scott Crichton (20 TFL, 8.5 sacks) and junior defensive tackle (and former Stanford target) Stephen Jackson (16 TFL, 7.5 sacks). Akuna also leads the Beavers with three interceptions and two forced fumbles.

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Regular Offense
WRBrandin Cooks (SR, 5'9, 174, 85)Richard Mullaney (r-JR, 6'3, 189, 76)
TETyler Perry (r-SR, 6'4, 245, 80)Mike Woods (SO, 6'3, 237, 72)
LTDarryl Jackson (r-JR, 6'7, 330, 78)
LGMike Robison (JR, 6'3, 299, 76)
CRoman Sapolu (r-JR, 6'0, 268, 82)
RGJustin Addie (r-JR, 6'3, 306, 75)
RTChad Hargrove (r-SO, 6'4, 294, 73)
WRTyquek Zimmerman (r-JR, 6'0, 188, 78)Jason Cutler (SO, 6'3, 193, 72)
QBSean Mannion (r-SR, 6'5, 221, 79)Brandon Moore (r-FR, 6'3, 222, 70)
FBTony Thibodeaux (JR, 6'3, 240, 74)
HBDwayne Rankin (JR, 6'2, 200, 79)Malcolm Agnew (r-JR, 5'10, 188, 79)
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEMana Rosa (r-SR, 6'3, 279, 75)Brad Huffman (SO, 6'5, 246, 73)
LDTStephen Jackson (JR, 6'4, 293, 78)Jarvis Mitchell (r-SO, 6'4, 279, 66)
RDTPaul Madsen (JR, 6'1, 297, 68)Jarvis Mitchell (r-SO, 6'4, 279, 66)
RDEScott Crichton (r-SR, 6'3, 269, 84)Brad Huffman (SO, 6'5, 246, 73)
WLBShaydon Akuna (r-SR, 6'2, 234, 87)CJ Henderson (r-SO, 6'2, 236, 77)
MLBLavonte Barnett (r-JR, 6'1, 244, 74)Geoff Mitchell (r-SO, 6'3, 226, 77)
SLBJabral Johnson (r-JR, 6'0, 234, 78)CJ Henderson (r-SO, 6'2, 236, 77)
CBAdam Young (r-SO, 6'0, 193, 79)Jacob Wolfe (r-SO, 5'10, 190, 72)
SSMaurice Cantrell (r-SO, 6'2, 205, 77)Jacob Wolfe (r-SO, 5'10, 190, 75)
FSRyan Murphy (r-SR, 6'3, 211, 81)Jacob Wolfe (r-SO, 5'10, 190, 76)
CBKyle Smith (JR, 5'11, 187, 75)Charles Chandler (JR, 6'2, 175, 72)
Special Teams
KWill Bush (FR, 5'11, 160, 68)
PChad Vincent (r-SO, 6'2, 249, 89)
PRBrandin Cooks (SR, 5'9, 174, 98)Ryan Murphy (r-SR, 6'3, 211, 93)
KRBrandin Cooks (SR, 5'9, 174, 98)Ryan Murphy (r-SR, 6'3, 211, 93)
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Oregon State @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 15, 2014

No hangover for Stanford
Cardinal puts together a complete game against lowly Beavers

PALO ALTO, CA - Against USC, Stanford's defense stood their ground while the offense struggled to find their footing. Against Oregon, it was the other way around, with the offense having no problem mowing through the Ducks while the defense failed to contain Oregon's attack.

Against Oregon State, Stanford put its best foot forward on both sides of the ball, shredding OSU's defense while stonewalling their offense to the tune of a 53-7 laugher.

Remound Wright had a huge game for the second week in a row, running for 186 yards and two touchdowns a week after going for 231 yards and a pair of scores in Eugene against Oregon. The defense was the main story of the day though, forcing four turnovers, five sacks, and holding the Beavers to a measly 74 yards passing.

"I thought today was perhaps our best effort of the season," Brian Kudron said of his team's performance. "After two pressure-packed games on the road, and the Big Game next week, it would've been easy to have a letdown today. But our guys are as focused as I've ever seen them. I really can't say enough about the leadership on this team. This team has stayed the course all season."

Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 15, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Oregon State Beavers (3-7, 1-6)70007
#1 Stanford Cardinal (11-0, 8-0)1217101453
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense212479
Rushing Yards138253
Passing Yards74226
First Downs1018
Punt Return Yards3071
Kick Return Yards074
Total Yards242624
3rd Down Converstion2-148-17
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/05/3
Posession Time15:4832:12
Scoring Summary
10:48(STAN) Wright, 9 yard run (Williamson kick)07
10:02(ORST) Agnew, 3 yard run (Bush kick)77
2:43(STAN) Safety, Hemschoot blocked punt out of the endzone79
0:37(STAN) Williamson, 28 yard FG712
6:04(STAN) Nottingham, 15 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)719
3:47(STAN) Nottingham, 18 yard pass to Hicks (Williamson kick)726
0:30(STAN) Williamson, 36 yard FG729
6:10(STAN) Williamson, 33 yard FG732
0:10(STAN) Wright, 2 yard run (Williamson kick)739
4:12(STAN) Williams, 65 yard pass to Moore (Williamson kick)746
0:40(STAN) Cason, 14 yard run (Williamson kick)753
Oregon State Beavers
S. Mannion6/237402
M. Agnew0/2001
M. Agnew27903.31
S. Mannion7-35-5.00
D. Rankin18383.00
R. Mullaney23216.00
B. Cooks22311.50
T. Perry188.00
T. Zimmerman11111.00
L. Barnett131.000
R. Murphy9000
J. Johnson7000
M. Rosa71.000
S. Akuna8000
S. Jackson51.000
S. Crichton31.000
K. Smith8000
M. Cantrell6010
W. Bush0/01/11
C. Vincent1143339.32
B. Cooks33010.00
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham13/2814521
S. Williams2/48110
R. Wright201869.32
G. Cason88310.31
K. Young740.50
S. Williams4-16-4.00
J. Hicks144.00
C. Humphrey1-2-2.00
A. Johnson1-1-1.00
B. Nottingham1-5-5.00
T. Montgomery35016.61
M. Davenport3258.30
T. Bradford25226.00
K. Jackson2157.50
J. Hicks2178.51
M. Moore16565.01
R. Mitchell122.00
K. Young100.00
L. Callihan5000
W. Lyons8000
C. Hopkins51.000
J. Vaughters6010
A. Turner71.000
L. Pope31.000
J. Hemschoot5000
C. Webb2010
Q. Fogle1010
A. Edwards21.000
T. Galloway11.000
T. Simmons4000
J. Williamson3/36/61536
J. Rouse627245.31
W. Lyons23316.50
T. Montgomery14141.00
A. Johnson37123.60
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Week 12 Recap

Week 12 Scoreboard
#1 Stanford 53, Oregon State 7
#2 TCU 50, Texas 38
#3 Michigan 24, Northwestern 14
#9 Florida 53, #4 South Carolina 24
#5 Oregon 23, #8 California 17
#6 Penn State 34, #11 Wisconsin 12
#7 Georgia 45, #16 Auburn 10
#13 USC 37, #10 Arizona 14
#15 Nebraska 25, #12 Iowa 22 (OT)
Mississippi State 21, #14 Alabama 10
#17 Oklahoma State 34, Iowa State 10
#18 Pittsburgh 55, Duke 10
Michigan State 41, #19 Minnesota 14
#20 Clemson 49, NC State 21
#21 West Virginia 38, Cincinnati 17
#22 Washington 45, BYU 20
Boston College 27, #23 Maryland 10
#24 Arizona State 35, Colorado 20
#25 UCLA 56, San Diego State 13

Week 12 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 53, Oregon State 7B. Nottingham (STAN): 145R. Wright (STAN): 186M. Moore (STAN): 65
Nevada 42, Utah 28C. Fajardo (NEV): 206R. Adams (NEV): 176A. Bradley (NEV): 126
#24 Arizona State 35, Colorado 20J. Showers (ASU): 256D. Bush (ASU): 138T. Tatum (ASU): 128
#22 Washington 45, BYU 20N. Montana (WASH): 173C. Jones (BYU): 121D. Cooper (WASH): 77
#25 UCLA 56, San Diego State 13B. Hundley (UCLA): 153J. James (UCLA): 114R. Nelson (UCLA): 84
#13 USC 37, #10 Arizona 14C. Kessler (USC): 190A. Carlisle (USC): 66M. Jacobs (USC): 63
Boise State 28, Washington State 16T. Pritchard (WSU): 293D. Morrow (BSU): 88M. Hersey (WSU): 166
#5 Oregon 23, #8 California 17K. Boehm (CAL): 159T. Carson (ORE): 215C. Kidd (CAL): 65

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 16, 2014
11Stanford (61)1101525
56Penn State911256
94South Carolina83898
1217Oklahoma State72723
1821West Virginia91535
2124Arizona State82363
25NRMichigan State64195

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 16, 2014
54Penn State910.981
105South Carolina830.949

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 16, 2014
Malcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh1250 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 18 TDs, 464 receiving yards, 5 TDs
Teondray CaldwellHBNevada2037 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 21 TDs
Tahj KimbleHBBoston College1790 rushing yards, 6.5 YPC, 15 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington1090 rushing yards, 6.9 YPC, 17 TDs, 229 receiving yards, 2 TDs
Tra CarsonHBOregon1388 rushing yards, 6.1 YPC, 15 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 16, 2014
#1 Stanford11-01.0008-0543217W11
#3 Oregon9-10.9006-1383226W1
#11 California7-30.7005-2304175L1
#19 Washington7-30.7004-3355235W1
Boise State4-60.4004-4228322W3
Oregon State3-70.3001-6202338L6
Washington State1-90.1000-7181385L7

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 16, 2014
#21 Arizona State8-20.8006-1310208W2
#8 USC7-30.7005-3340199W2
#22 UCLA6-40.6004-3314277W5
#14 Arizona7-30.7004-3335260L2
San Diego State4-60.4003-5238333L3
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#11 California Golden Bears
(7-3 (5-2), 2-3 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(11-0 (8-0), 6-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
413.3Total Offensive Yards477.3
188.0Passing Yards240.9
225.3Rushing Yards236.4
30.4Points Per Game49.3
20Passing TD34
16Rushing TD27
218First Downs207
48Red Zone Attempts61
28-11Red Zone TD-FG38-17
81Red Zone Percentage90
Defensive Stats Comparison
270.1Total Yards Allowed351.6
145.3Passing Yards Allowed253.5
124.8Rushing Yards Allowed98.1
175Points Allowed217
4Fumble Recoveries15
17.5Points Per Game19.7
27Red Zone Attempts26
17-4Red Zone TD-FG19-3
77Red Zone Percentage84
Injury Report
Richard Rodgers, TE, broken collarbone
Kevin Purcell, HB, abdominal tear
Matt Williams, RT, torn tricep
4 weeks

Game Notes
Cal's loss to Oregon in Eugene last week clinched the Pac-12 North for Stanford, so the Cardinal's spot in the Pac-12 title game is guaranteed, but the stakes for the Big Game this year are still colossal, as Stanford's national title hopes are still paramount, and the Cardinal is still seething after last year's heartbreaking loss in Berkeley.

Senior quarterback Kyle Boehm has had a letdown season after an impressive junior campaign in 2013. Boehm threw for 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions last year, but his touchdowns are down (18) and his interceptions are up (11) this year. Cal's running game is still very powerful, however. Brendan Bigelow and Daniel Lasco both ran for 1000 yards last year, and both seem likely to reach that plateau again in 2014. Bigelow is already there, with 1075 yards and eight touchdowns, and Lasco is close, with 834 yards and six scores of his own. Senior Maurice Harris, in his first and only year as Cal's #1 target, has 507 yards and 10 touchdowns receiving, while junior Jared Rush (26 catches, 416 yards, three touchdowns) and redshirt sophomore Andre White (11-121-2) have tried to fill out Cal's receiving corps. Standout tightend Richard Rodgers has missed most of the year with a broken collarbone, but could return for the Big Game. In his stead, true freshman Clay Kidd from Santa Clarita has 31 receptions for 368 yards, and one touchdown.

After Pat Fitzgerald was fired as Northwestern's coach following the 2013 season, Cal brought him in as their new defensive coordinator after Clancy Pendergast left the program. Fitzgerald inherited the Pac-12's best defense, and although he transitioned them from a 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme, they have retained that title, as the Golden Bears are #1 in the Pac-12 in total defense, #1 in pass defense, #2 in run defense, and #1 in scoring defense.

Up front, senior Gabe King is and junior Darrell Outlaw provide pass rushing off the edge; King has 4.5 sacks, while Outlaw leads Cal with six. In the middle is 361-pound Viliami Moala, the captain and leader of the Bears' defense. He has 4.5 sacks even while being primarily a run stuffer. 299-pound junior Mustafa Jalil gives Cal a stellar pair of tackles. At linebacker, despite starting only three now, Cal has a deep group of playmakers, highlighted by seniors Chris McCain and David Wilkerson on the outside. Senior Cecil Whiteside is the nominal starter at middle linebacker, but the Bears move him around often, so redshirt sophomore Junior Davis gets a lot of snaps at MIKE as well. Whiteside has 59 tackles and 4.5 sacks, while Davis has 54 stops and 2.5 sacks in his first season of action.

In the secondary, senior cornerback Stefan McClure is one of the Pac-12's best, and he leads the team with four interceptions. Opposite him is fellow senior Isaac Lapite, and youngsters James Hargrove and Jose Smith are up and coming. At safety, senior Michael Coley is a head hunter, while junior Jordan Morgan could be considered the defense's weak link.

California Depth Chart
Regular Offense
WRMaurice Harris (SR, 6'3, 208, 89)Andre White (r-SO, 6'2, 176, 74)
TERichard Rodgers (r-JR, 6'4, 273, 85)Clay Kidd (FR, 6'3, 262, 77)
LTAndy Harrell (SO, 6'8, 286, 79)
LGJordan Rigsbee (r-JR, 6'4, 315, 85)
CMatt Bailey (SO, 6'1, 300, 74)
RGChris Adcock (r-SR, 6'3, 313, 86)
RTAustin Mathis (r-SO, 6'5, 312, 82)
WRJared Rush (JR, 6'2, 175, 78)Noah Outlaw (r-SO, 6'2, 189, 74)
QBKyle Boehm (SR, 6'3, 229, 91)Mark Allen (r-SO, 6'5, 210, 74)
FBDan Howard (JR, 6'1, 230, 83)
HBBrendan Bigelow (r-JR, 5'10, 188, 95)Daniel Lasco (r-JR, 6'1, 196, 85)
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEGabe King (r-SR, 6'5, 284, 87)Cecil Whiteside (SR, 6'2, 239, 77)
LDTViliami Moala (SR, 6'2, 361, 94)Cole Lewis (r-FR, 6'5, 307, 73)
RDTMustafa Jalil (r-JR, 6'2, 299, 89)Andrew Royal (r-SO, 6'2, 268, 71)
RDEDarrell Outlaw (r-JR, 6'4, 249, 79)Cecil Whiteside (SR, 6'2, 239, 77)
WLBDavid Wilkerson (r-SR, 6'2, 248, 96)Jalen Jefferson (r-JR, 6'2, 241, 83)
MLBCecil Whiteside (SR, 6'2, 239, 91)Junior Davis (r-SO, 6'3, 235, 80)
SLBChris McCain (SR, 6'6, 242, 93)Jason Gibson (r-JR, 6'2, 225, 84)
CBStefan McClure (SR, 5'11, 191, 95)James Hargrove (JR, 5'11, 160, 80)
SSJordan Morgan (r-JR, 6'0, 197, 80)Brandon Clark (r-SO, 6'1, 172, 75)
FSMichael Coley (r-SR, 5'11, 203, 91)Dane Lester (r-SR, 6'1, 187, 82)
CBIsaac Lapite (r-SR, 5'10, 193, 86)Jose Smith (r-SO, 5'11, 183, 78)
Special Teams
KAshley Stegall (JR, 5'10, 163, 82)
PDoug Hicks (JR, 5'10, 222, 83)
PRBrendan Bigelow (r-JR, 5'10, 188, 99)Stefan McClure (SR, 5'11, 191, 99)
KRBrendan Bigelow (r-JR, 5'10, 188, 99)Stefan McClure (SR, 5'11, 191, 99)
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#11 California @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 22, 2014

Stanford comes up big in the Big Game
Cardinal slips past its archrival, now stands one win away from the title game

PALO ALTO, CA - By nearly every objective measure, Cal clearly outplayed Stanford in the 2014 edition of the Big Game.

But quarterback Kyle Boehm turned the ball over four times in Stanford territory, including three interceptions, two of which were in the endzone, with one of those coming on a play from the two yard line. The turnovers kept Stanford alive, and set the stage for late-game heroics.

Brett Nottingham, as he has done all season, brought a calming, stabilizing force to the offense, and set up his kicker Jordan Williamson, whose third field goal of the day split the uprights from 40 yards out with 1:21 remaining, giving the Cardinal a dramatic 16-13 win over their hated rivals from Berkeley.

Cal dictated the play for much of the game, and seemed poised to shatter the hopes and dreams of their Bay Area enemies. But the Bears failed on fourth down twice, and the turnovers robbed them of any momentum they tried to accumulate.

"I can't say anything I haven't already said about these kids," a Gatorade-soaked Brian Kudron said on the field after the game. "This team has the 'it' factor that champions need; that intangible that elevates you above your opponent in the most crucial moments of the game. These guys have answered the bell time and again this year, under the most extreme of circumstances, in the most hostile of environments, and under the most intense pressure this game has to offer."

The win sends 12-0 Stanford to the Pac-12 Championship Game in three weeks, where they are likely to face Arizona State, who needs one win its final two games against Arizona and Utah to clinch the Pac-12 South.

California Golden Bears at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 22, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#11 California Golden Bears (7-4, 5-3)070613
#1 Stanford Cardinal (12-0, 9-0)0601016
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense418286
Rushing Yards8990
Passing Yards329196
First Downs2313
Punt Return Yards05
Kick Return Yards0101
Total Yards418392
3rd Down Converstion3-132-9
4th Down Conversion0-30-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/20/1
Posession Time25:0922:51
Scoring Summary
11:11(STAN) Williamson, 37 yard FG03
5:46(STAN) Williamson, 32 yard FG06
0:12(CAL) Boehm, 9 yard pass to Harris (Stegall kick)76
9:57(CAL) Stegall, 42 yard FG106
7:52(STAN) Nottingham, 78 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)1013
4:50(CAL) Stegall, 28 yard FG1313
1:21(STAN) Williamson, 40 yard FG1316
California Golden Bears
K. Boehm24/4032913
B. Bigelow26963.60
K. Boehm10-2-0.20
D. Lasco1-5-5.00
A. White67612.60
M. Harris610517.51
B. Bigelow45814.50
N. Outlaw35418.00
L. Christensen22211.00
J. Rush273.50
C. Kidd177.00
J. Morgan6000
I. Lapite7010
M. Coley4000
J. Davis 5000
S. McClure5000
D. Wilkerson7000
C. Whiteside4000
V. Moala2000
C. McCain11.000
A. Stegall2/21/1742
D. Hicks314448.01
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham17/2519611
R. Wright19804.20
B. Nottingham4-14-3.50
K. Young22311.50
G. Cason111.00
R. Wright4-3-0.70
K. Jackson44912.20
T. Montgomery410626.51
M. Davenport23316.50
J. Hicks242.00
T. Bradford177.00
L. Pope71.000
J. Vaughters91.000
K. Estes9000
W. Lyons6010
J. Hemschoot71.000
C. Webb71.000
T. Simmons81.000
Q. Fogle5010
L. Callihan31.000
S. Mitchell3010
J. Williamson3/31/11040
J. Rouse517735.42
T. Montgomery310133.60
A. Johnson155.00
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