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Old 01-26-2012, 11:19 PM   #257
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Week 13 Recap

Week 13 Scoreboard
#1 Stanford 16, #11 California 13
#23 Oklahoma 37, #2 TCU 20
#3 Oregon 38, #19 Washington 21
#10 Nebraska 28, #4 Michigan 17
#5 Penn State 44, Purdue 14
#6 Florida 35, Missouri 14
#7 Georgia 28, Kentucky 15
Notre Dame 46, #8 USC 25
#12 Oklahoma State 25, Texas Tech 20
#13 Pittsburgh 34, Syracuse 27
#14 Arizona 33, #21 Arizona State 24
#15 Wisconsin 47, Indiana 21
#16 Clemson 28, Boston College 25
#17 Iowa 38, #25 Michigan State 24
#18 West Virginia 31, Texas 13
Colorado 35, #22 UCLA 12
Texas A&M 24, #24 Alabama 9

Week 13 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 16, #11 California 13K. Boehm (CAL): 329B. Bigelow (CAL): 96T. Montgomery (STAN): 106
Utah 38, San Diego State 21T. Shreve (UTAH): 241J. Oliver (UTAH): 160T. Reese (UTAH): 95
#3 Oregon 38, #19 Washington 21B. Bennett (ORE): 177T. Carson (ORE): 226T. Sumler (ORE): 86
BYU 38, Tulane 19C. Jones (BYU): 466R. Kelley (TUL): 59K. Johnson (BYU): 121
Army 35, Boise State 9G. DeBartolo (ARMY): 141R. Maples (ARMY): 160C. Harris (ARMY): 141
Colorado 35, #22 UCLA 12C. Wood (COL): 305T. Briggs (COL): 118T. McCulloch (COL): 136
Oregon State 35, Washington State 30S. Mannion (OSU): 221D. Rankin (OSU): 138T. Zimmerman (OSU): 112
Notre Dame 46, #8 USC 25A. Hendrix (ND): 331G. Atkinson III (ND): 80D. Daniels (ND): 132
#14 Arizona 33, #21 Arizona State 24D. Ingram (ARIZ): 302D. Ingram (ARIZ): 44K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 249

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
11Stanford (61)1201525
35Penn State1011151
79South Carolina83980
1012Oklahoma State82886
1618West Virginia101660
20NRNotre Dame93493
23NRArkansas State101293
2421Arizona State83278

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
25Penn State1010.992
710South Carolina830.967

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
Malcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh1392 rushing yards, 6.3 YPC, 19 TDs, 524 receiving yards, 6 TDs
Tra CarsonHBOregon1614 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 18 TDs
Teondray CaldwellHBNevada2037 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 21 TDs
Tahj KimbleHBBoston College1913 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 15 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington1144 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 18 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
#1 Stanford12-01.0009-0559230W12
#2 Oregon10-10.9007-1421247W2
#19 California7-40.6305-3317191L2
Boise State4-70.3604-4237357L1
Oregon State4-70.3602-6237368W1
Washington State1-100.0900-8211420L8

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
#24 Arizona State8-30.7206-2334241L1
#21 USC7-40.6305-3365245L1
#12 Arizona8-30.7205-3368284W1
San Diego State4-70.3603-6259371L4
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Old 01-27-2012, 02:25 AM   #258
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Anderson is on board with the Cardinal

November 25, 2014

Despite already securing the commitment of Cincinnati (OH) St. Xavier tight end Alexander DeAngelis, Stanford's coaches are always on the lookout for talented tight ends, since it's one of the most important positions in their offense. It was to that end that the Cardinal hosted four-star Monroe (NC) Sun Valley tight end Phil Anderson this past weekend, and today the two sides formalized their courtship with an official scholarship offer, followed quickly by a verbal commitment.

"The two things that stood out most about Stanford were the academics and the offense," Anderson said. "The academics, they speak for themselves. A degree from Stanford is one of the most prestigious in the world, and if you're blessed enough to be admitted, you'd be a fool to say no. So once I cleared admissions, it was pretty much a done deal then. But the cherry on top is how the tight end is utilized in Coach Kudron's offense. They've had star tight ends for several years now, and they really feature them all over the place in their offense. And it's not even a case of just having one on the field. They almost always have two on the field, and sometimes three or even four, so I know I'll be able to come in and play early if I work hard enough."

The 6'5, 249-pound Anderson gives Stanford seven commitments for 2015, with only three targets left on the board for the time being: 4* Houston corner Corey Thomas, who has held a Stanford offer for months, and two newly offered prospects: 4* Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco corner Benjamin Gilbert, and the nation's third ranked kicker, Chad Clayton, from Archbishop Alter High School in Kettering, OH. The offer to Gilbert may say something about Coach Kudron's feeling about the odds of junior corners Quinn Fogle and Scott Mitchell returning for their senior years. Fogle seems like a sure bet to leave early at this point, and Mitchell may be leaning that way as well.

Stanford Recruiting - November 25, 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
Phil AndersonTE#5Monroe (NC) Sun Valley6'5249
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Week 14 Recap

Week 14 Scoreboard
#2 Oregon 41, Oregon State 21
#3 Penn State 45, #15 Iowa 20
#4 Florida 35, Florida State 26
#5 Georgia 46, Georgia Tech 38 (3 OT)
#25 Minnesota 42, #6 Nebraska 35
#14 Clemson 30, #7 South Carolina 14
#8 Michigan 35, Ohio State 10
#10 Oklahoma State 43, Kansas State 21
#12 Arizona 43, Colorado 14
Illinois 24, #13 Wisconsin 21
#17 Oklahoma 49, Texas Tech 21
#18 Auburn 24, Alabama 17
#19 California 48, BYU 7
#21 USC 54, UCLA 21
#22 USF 41, Connecticut 14
#24 Arizona State 37, Utah 10

Week 14 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#21 USC 54, UCLA 21C. Kessler (USC): 294A. Carlisle (USC): 80D. Lucien (UCLA): 85
Washington 58, Washington State 3N. Montana (WASH): 230B. Sankey (WASH): 113J. Perkins (WASH): 65
San Diego State 28, UNLV 21B. Woods (SDSU): 191D. Harwick (SDSU): 106J. Waddell (SDSU): 77
#24 Arizona State 37, Utah 10T. Shreve (UTAH): 194M. Bush (ASU): 110K. Scott (UTAH): 90
Nevada 29, Boise State 19C. Fajardo (NEV): 293R. Adams (NEV): 122L. Peterson (NEV): 129
#19 California 48, BYU 7K. Boehm (CAL): 171D. Lasco (CAL): 134C. Kidd (CAL): 73
#12 Arizona 43, Colorado 14D. Ingram (ARIZ): 395R. Finch (ARIZ): 65K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 185
#2 Oregon 41, Oregon State 21B. Bennett (ORE): 292T. Carson (ORE): 239D. Blackmon (ORE): 172

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 30, 2014
11Stanford (61)1201525
33Penn State1111226
810Oklahoma State92917
1316West Virginia101697
1720Notre Dame93533
187South Carolina84529
2223Arkansas State101431
2324Arizona State93395

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 30, 2014
22Penn State1110.992
1011Oklahoma State920.0945

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 30, 2014
Tra CarsonHBOregon1853 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 21 TDs
Malcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh1392 rushing yards, 6.3 YPC, 19 TDs, 524 receiving yards, 6 TDs
Teondray CaldwellHBNevada2184 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 22 TDs
Deontae CooperHBWashington1213 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 20 TDs
Tahj KimbleHBBoston College1913 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 15 TDs
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Week 15 Recap

Week 15 Scoreboard
#7 TCU 41 #13 West Virginia 17
#14 Oklahoma 48, #8 Oklahoma State 34
#20 USF 48, Rutgers 7
#22 Arkansas State 24, North Texas 14

Final 2014 Conference Standings

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#1 Stanford12-01.0009-0559230W12
#2 Oregon11-10.9108-1462268W3
#14 California8-40.6606-3365198W1
Boise State4-80.3304-5256386L2
Oregon State4-80.3302-7258409L1
Washington State1-110.0800-9214478L9

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#23 Arizona State9-30.7507-2371251W1
#19 USC8-40.6606-3419266W1
#10 Arizona9-30.7506-3411298W2
San Diego State5-70.4103-6287392W1

ACC Atlantic Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#9 Clemson9-30.7507-2372250W3
#24 Maryland9-30.7506-3373234W2
Florida State7-50.5806-3323295L2
Boston College8-40.6606-3342236L1
NC State5-70.4103-6319326L1
Wake Forest1-110.0800-9197383L9

ACC Coastal Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#8 Pittsburgh10-20.8307-2417230W3
North Carolina8-40.6606-3405315L1
Virginia Tech5-70.4104-5307339W2
Georgia Tech5-70.4104-5300289L2

Big 12 Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#11 Oklahoma11-10.9108-1438213W11
#7 TCU10-20.8308-1440219W1
#17 West Virginia10-20.8308-1379263L1
#15 Oklahoma State9-30.7506-3416284L1
Texas Tech4-80.3303-6319372L4
Kansas State4-80.3302-7285364W1
Iowa State2-100.1600-9228456L9

Big East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#20 USF10-20.8308-1470225W7
Air Force10-20.8307-2440247W5

Big Ten Leaders Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#3 Penn State11-10.9107-1453174W5
Ohio State6-60.5003-5303265L2

Big Ten Legends Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#12 Nebraska9-30.7506-2360303L1
#6 Michigan10-20.8306-2418193W1
#21 Minnesota9-30.7505-3392298W2
#25 Iowa8-40.6604-4342262L1
Michigan State7-50.5804-4402248W1

SEC East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#5 Georgia11-10.9108-1459224W3
#4 Florida10-20.8307-2410248W7
#18 South Carolina8-40.6606-3314245L2

SEC West Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 7, 2014
#13 Auburn9-30.7506-3428201W1
Ole Miss8-40.6605-4405304W1
Texas A&M7-50.5805-4310285W3
Mississippi State7-50.5805-4317278L1
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Matchup Preview | December 13, 2014
#23 Arizona State Sun Devils
(9-3, 7-2, Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(12-0, 9-0, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
408.6Total Offensive Yards461.4
208.1Passing Yards237.2
200.5Rushing Yards224.2
30.9Points Per Game46.5
24Passing TD35
17Rushing TD27
275First Downs220
53Red Zone Attempts62
31-8Red Zone TD-FG38-18
73Red Zone Percentage90
Defensive Stats Comparison
334.8Total Yards Allowed357.2
204.2Passing Yards Allowed259.9
130.6Rushing Yards Allowed97.3
251Points Allowed230
9Fumble Recoveries16
20.9Points Per Game19.2
38Red Zone Attempts31
22-6Red Zone TD-FG20-5
73Red Zone Percentage80
Injury Report
DJ Bush, HB, high ankle sprain
1 week
Kevin Purcell, HB, abdominal tear
Game Notes
America's Finest City will host the showdown between Stanford and Arizona State, as the rotating Pac-12 Championship Game comes to San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium, with Stanford's perfect season on the line and the Sun Devils hoping to spring the season's biggest upset.

Former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken and former Colorado head coach Jon Embree have turned the Sun Devils around quickly. Monken's first season in 2013 was a dismal 6-6, but the addition of Embree to the staff helped boost ASU to a 9-4 season, a win over USC, and a South Division title. The Sun Devils are led by Texas A&M transfer quarterback Jameill Showers, who in addition to 2465 yards passing (along with 24 touchdowns to 13 interceptions) also has 548 yards on the ground. Senior tailback DJ Bush will miss the game with a high ankle sprain; he was ASU's leading rusher with 884 yards and eight touchdowns. Redshirt freshman Californian Mike Bush (no relation) (429 yards, 4 TDs) will likely be his replacement.

Arizona State does not have one dominant receiving threat, but they boast an impressive stable of targets: juniors Ezekiel Bishop (43 receptions, 501 yards, 5 TDs), Jacques Davidson (36-445-9), Eric Wright (26-254-2), Gary Chambers (24-298-1), and sophomore tight end Tyler Tatum (37-551-4) will be a stiff test for Stanford's sketchy pass defense. The Sun Devils are underrated and very physical up front, led by Rimington Trophy favorite Mo Latu at center and USC transfer and Arizona native Cyrus Hobbi at guard.

ASU runs a traditional 4-3 defense, led by undersized senior Jordan McDonald at defensive end. McDonald is only 220 pounds, but makes up for it with exceptional quickness and explosion off the ball; he is second on the team with 5.5 sacks, trailing only fellow defensive end Jerome Lamb's 6.5. ASU has nice size inside at tackle with 293-pound Scott McKinley, 315-pound Mark Coleman, and 294-pound Terry Johnson.

Weakside linebacker Cooper Pelluer is the Sun Devils' leading tackler with 66 stops, just ahead of strongside linebacker Jamaal Williams' 65. ASU may be vulnerable at middle linebacker: redshirt freshman Steve Wilkerson's inexperience could prove fatal against Stanford's offense.

In the secondary, senior corner Devan Spann is one of the conference's best ballhawks with seven interceptions, and Rashad Wadood and Jeremy Sawyer round out a solid trio of corners. Safety, however, is a different story. Sophomore Brett Bentley and freshman Daniel Bailey both bring decent size, but they are very, very green, which leaves the potential for the middle of the field to be badly exposed by the Cardinal, especially in playaction.

Arizona State Depth Chart
Regular Offense
WRJacques Davidson (JR, 6'1, 172, 80)Eric Wright (r-JR, 5'11, 183, 79)
TETyler Tatum (r-SO, 6'4, 236, 76)Daniel Snyder (FR, 6'2, 241, 66)
LTCharles Daniels (r-SO, 6'5, 317, 75)
LGCyrus Hobbi (r-JR, 6'3, 287, 91)
CMo Latu (r-JR, 6'3, 323, 88)
RGVi Teofilo (SR, 6'3, 307, 83)
RTRon Anderson (JR, 6'6, 302, 80)
WREzekiel Bishop (r-JR, 5'10, 185, 79)Gary Chambers (r-JR, 6'3, 199, 77)
QBJameill Showers (r-SR, 6'1, 223, 92)Michael Eubank (r-JR, 6'5, 237, 83)
FBBilly Thompson (JR, 6'1, 237, 80)
HBMike Bush (r-FR, 6'0, 199, 70)Billy Thompson (JR, 6'1, 237, 75)
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEJordan McDonald (r-SR, 6'4, 218, 87)Matt Beverly (JR, 6'3, 257, 79)
LDTScott McKinley (JR, 6'4, 293, 82)Terry Johnson (SO, 6'3, 294, 74)
RDTMark Coleman (r-SO, 6'5, 315, 80)Jerry Washington (SO, 6'4, 272, 73)
RDEJerome Lamb (JR, 6'1, 251, 80)Matt Beverly (JR, 6'3, 257, 79)
WLBCooper Pelluer (r-SR, 6'3, 228, 84)Bryan Robinson (r-SO, 6'1, 238, 75)
MLBSteve Wilkerson (r-FR, 6'1, 229, 73)Anthony Bray (JR, 6'3, 235, 76)
SLBamaal Williams (JR, 6'4, 210, 81)Anthony Bray (JR, 6'3, 235, 76)
CBDevan Spann (r-SR, 5'11, 177, 84)Jeremy Sawyer (r-SR, 5'10, 171, 80)
SSDaniel Bailey (FR, 6'2, 194, 67)Jeremy Sawyer (r-SR, 5'10, 171, 75)
FSBrett Bentley (SO, 6'2, 197, 73)Jeremy Sawyer (r-SR, 5'10, 171, 77)
CBRashad Wadood (r-JR, 5'10, 181, 81)Charles Robertson (r-SO, 6'3, 197, 78)
Special Teams
KAlex Garoutte (r-SR, 6'1, 194, 92)
PAlex Garoutte (r-SR, 6'1, 194, 92)
PREzekiel Bishop (r-JR, 5'10, 185, 95)Jacques Davidson (JR, 6'1, 172, 94)
KREzekiel Bishop (r-JR, 5'10, 185, 95)Jacques Davidson (JR, 6'1, 172, 94)

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#23 Arizona State vs. #1 Stanford
Pac-12 Championship Game
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, CA
December 13, 2014

Scorched Earth
Sun Devils put Stanford's dreams up in flames with stunning upset

SAN DIEGO, CA - For a season that featured so many breaks, so many clutch plays, and seemed to be filled with so much hope, Stanford will deserve a better fate than it's going to get.

Underdog Arizona State did the unthinkable Saturday night, beating top-ranked Stanford 34-19 in the Pac-12 Championship Game in San Diego. The loss not only shatters Stanford's national title hopes, but it will knock the Cardinal clean out of the BCS, as Arizona State will play in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, while North Division runner-up Oregon will back its way into the BCS National Championship Game in Glendale, Arizona. That will relegate 12-1 Stanford to the Holiday or Alamo Bowl.

After firing on all cylinders basically all season, Stanford could never get out of neutral against the Sun Devils, who managed to avoid the fatal mistakes that Cal made three weeks ago in the regular season finale. Worse, Stanford, whose calling card in Brian Kudron's four seasons as head coach has become dominating the turnover margin and breaking the will of its opponents with crucial turnovers at crucial times, lost control of the game late in the third quarter on a horrifying pick six thrown by Brett Nottingham that put ASU ahead 20-16. After that, Nottingham was visibly rattled, and with him Stanford's offense collapsed, opening the door for the Sun Devils to deliver the knockout blows late in the fourth.

"I'm not really sure what I can say, I'm kind of at a loss for words," Kudron said on the field after the game. "There was nothing different in practice, no different mindset or anything like that in the leadup to the game. We prepared for this just like every other one, and I felt - we all felt, really - that we were in a good spot mentally headed into today. And once the game started, we just didn't seem like ourselves. We weren't crisp, we weren't focused, we didn't execute like we've come to expect of ourselves, and it all just caved in on us. If it hasn't hit us yet, it will soon. We let a tremendous opportunity slip away from us today. Give credit to Arizona State, they wanted it much more than we did today. And considering how much was at stake for us, that's incredibly disappointing. For our seniors, this is a tough way to go out. And for our younger kids, we have to make this into a learning experience so the next time we're in a spot like this, we're better prepared."

Arizona State Sun Devils vs. Stanford Cardinal
Dec 13, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#23 Arizona State Sun Devils (10-3)06141434
#1 Stanford Cardinal (12-1)367319
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense355380
Rushing Yards118139
Passing Yards237241
First Downs1618
Punt Return Yards134
Kick Return Yards32189
Total Yards400573
3rd Down Converstion6-173-13
4th Down Conversion2-31-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/00/3
Posession Time22:3025:30
Scoring Summary
7:50(STAN) Williamson, 27 yard FG03
7:57(STAN) Williamson, 36 yard FG06
5:28(ASU) Garoutte, 40 yard FG36
0:13(ASU) Garoutte, 54 yard FG66
0:00(STAN) Williamson, 56 yard FG69
5:13(ASU) Showers, 13 yard run (Garoutte kick)139
4:56(STAN) Nottingham, 62 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)1316
2:50(ASU) Wadood, 15 yard INT return (Garoutte kick)2016
11:16(STAN) Williamson, 28 yard FG2019
5:16(ASU) Showers, 45 yard pass to Wright (Garoutte kick)2719
1:36(ASU) Showers, 8 yard pass to Zeigler (Garoutte kick)3419
Arizona State Sun Devils
J. Showers21/3723721
J. Showers211205.71
B. Thompson1550.30
T. Tatum1-7-7.00
J. Davidson6447.30
T. Tatum47117.70
E. Wright47218.01
G. Chambers3237.60
C. Zeigler22512.51
E. Bishop100.00
B. Thompson122.00
J. McDonald111.000
J. Sawyer9000
S. Wilkerson9000
R. Wadood4011
D. Spann7000
B. Bentley4000
C. Pelluer5000
M. Coleman31.000
A. Garoutte2/24/41054
A. Garoutte418446.03
E. Bishop13232.00
E. Bishop2136.50
Stanford Cardinal
B. Nottingham20/3624111
R. Wright211366.40
K. Young5153.00
B. Nottingham3-12-4.00
M. Davenport5499.80
R. Wright310.30
G. Harris34916.30
R. Mitchell3155.00
M. Moore23316.50
K. Jackson28643.01
T. Montgomery1-1-1.00
T. Bradford199.00
C. Webb10010
W. Lyons6000
J. Vaughters80.500
J. Hemschoot41.000
L. Callihan52.000
C. Hopkins42.000
S. Mitchell51.000
A. Edwards31.000
T. Simmons30.500
J. Williamson4/51/11356
J. Rouse415037.50
T. Montgomery39933.00
W. Lyons29045.00
A. Johnson144.00

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Championship Week Recap

ACC Championship
Dec 13, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#9 Clemson Tigers (9-4)00000
#8 Pittsburgh Panthers (11-2)707317

SEC Championship
Dec 13, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#13 Auburn Tigers (9-4)7140627
#5 Georgia Bulldogs (12-1)7147735

Pac-12 Championship
Dec 13, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#23 Arizona State Sun Devils (10-3)06141434
#1 Stanford Cardinal (12-1)367319

Big Ten Championship
#12 Nebraska Cornhuskers (9-4)77710031
#3 Penn State Nittany Lions (12-1)141070839

MAC Championship
Dec 13, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Ball State Cardinals (7-6)037818
Bowling Green Falcons (11-2)0001414
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2014 Awards

2014 College Football Awards
Heisman Memorial TrophyMalcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh
Maxwell AwardMalcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh
Walter Camp AwardMalcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh
Chuck Bednarik AwardWayne LyonsSStanford
Bronko Nagurski TrophyJoe HemschootOLBStanford
Davey O'Brien AwardBarry BrunettiQBOle Miss
Doak Walker AwardMalcolm CrockettHBPittsburgh
Fred Biletnikoff AwardKevin DunlapWRArizona
John Mackey AwardColt LyerlaTEOregon
Outland TrophyPaul ThompsonRTMississippi State
Rimington TrophyMo LatuCArizona State
Lombardi AwardLance CallihanDTStanford
Linebacker of the YearDesmond MorganOLBMichigan
Jim Thorpe AwardWayne LyonsSStanford
Lou Groza AwardJordan WilliamsonKStanford
Ray Guy AwardJermaine RousePStanford
Returner of the YearStephen HopkinsHBMichigan

2014 NCAA 1st Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBJamius Gunsby, USF6'4239Sr.
HBMalcolm Crockett, Pittsburgh5'10189Jr.
HBTra Carson, Oregon6'0236Jr.
WRKevin Dunlap, Arizona6'5195Jr.
WRChris Dunkley, USF6'0187Sr.
TEColt Lyerla, Oregon6'5243Sr.
OTDavid Bowen, Boston College6'6275Jr.
OGJarrod James, North Carolina6'4299Jr.
CMo Latu, Arizona State6'3323Jr.
OGJermaine Parham, Georgia6'5289Jr.
OTPaul Thompson, Mississippi State6'3290Sr.
DECharlie Hopkins, Stanford6'6281Sr.
DEKoa Ka'ai, Oregon6'4255Sr.
DTLance Callihan, Stanford6'3306Jr.
DTKenny Wilkins, Michigan6'3288Sr.
OLBJoe Hemschoot, Stanford6'1222Sr.
MLBJames Vaughters, Stanford6'2250Jr.
OLBDesmond Morgan, Michigan6'1227Sr.
CBTroy Hill, Colorado State5'11168Sr.
CBScott Mitchell, Stanford6'4182Jr.
FSWayne Lyons, Stanford6'1193Sr.
SSStephen Adkins, TCU6'2202So.
KJordan Williamson, Stanford5'11182Sr.
PJermaine Rouse, Stanford6'4221So.
RETSammy Watkins, Clemson6'3205Sr.

2014 NCAA 2nd Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBChristian LeMay, Georgia6'2203Sr.
HBTeondray Caldwell, Nevada5'10197Jr.
HBDeontae Cooper, Washington6'0205Sr.
WRDanny Webster, ECU5'11185Jr.
WRJJ Greenwood, Miami-OH5'10183Sr.
TEKevin Jackson, Stanford6'4268Jr.
OTNathaniel Clarke, Maryland6'5332Jr.
OGAndrew Anderson, Oklahoma6'4312Jr.
CTunde Fairyike, UAB6'2299Sr.
OGDavid Hearn, TCU6'4279So.
OTDerrick Hendrix, Penn State6'4337Jr.
DESteve Miller, Ohio State6'4260Jr.
DEDarius Lively, UL Monroe6'1236Sr.
DTChris Ham, Stanford6'0309So.
DTTodd Peat, Jr., Nebraska6'3304Jr.
OLBDerrick Malone, Oregon6'2216Sr.
MLBTreymayne Simmons, Stanford6'0255So.
OLBMike Hull, Penn State6'0227Sr.
CBQuinn Fogle, Stanford6'1181Jr.
CBJeremiah Johnson, Maryland5'11172Sr.
FSTodd Jenkins, Michigan State6'2178So.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201So.
KAndre Heidari, USC5'11194Sr.
PDarron Brown, Georgia6'1214So.
RETStephen Hopkins, Michigan6'0234Sr.

2014 NCAA Freshmen All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBAnthony Wood, Michigan6'1210Fr.
HBIan Fields, USC6'0214Fr.
HBGarrett Cason, Stanford6'1220Fr.
WRDoug Anderson, Ohio6'1194Fr.
WRRobert Hudson, Iowa5'11163Fr.
TESeth Keller, Illinois6'5219Fr.
OTNick Cooper, USC6'6288Fr.
OGMark Carter, Oregon6'2296Fr.
CBrett Horton, Georgia Tech6'4305Fr.
OGErik Coleman, Ohio State6'3308Fr.
OTAndrew Marshall, Michigan State6'6335Fr.
DETerrence Taylor, Northern Illinois6'2240Fr.
DEDarrell Parker, Nevada6'2232Fr.
DTDonald Douglas, Oregon6'5272Fr.
DTTom Palmer, Auburn6'4284Fr.
OLBAdrian Turner, Stanford6'7230Fr.
MLBChris Woodard, Nebraska6'1237Fr.
OLBBrad Miller, New Mexico6'0234Fr.
CBKelvin Madison, Fresno State6'2180Fr.
CBAJ Grant, Stanford6'2199Fr.
FSMatt Hunter, Kansas6'2193Fr.
SSMarquis Coley, Penn State6'3189Fr.
KJames Greene, Penn State5'11160Fr.
PDavid Randall, Ohio State6'1239Fr.
RETAaron Johnson, Stanford5'11175Fr.

2014 All Pac-12 1st Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBCody Kessler, USC6'1215Jr.
HBTra Carson, Oregon6'0236Jr.
HBTeondray Caldwell, Nevada5'10197Jr.
WRKevin Dunlap, Arizona6'5195Jr.
WRDevon Blackmon, Oregon6'1181Jr.
TEColt Lyerla, Oregon6'5243Sr.
OTMike Criste, Washington6'5286Sr.
OGMark Carter, Oregon6'2296Fr.
CMo Latu, Arizona State6'3323Jr.
OGDavid Yankey, Stanford6'5309Sr.
OTTyler Johnstone, Oregon6'6292Jr.
DECharlie Hopkins, Stanford6'6281Sr.
DEKoa Ka'ai, Oregon6'4255Sr.
DTLance Callihan, Stanford6'3306Jr.
DTChris Ham, Stanford6'0309So.
OLBDerrick Malone, Oregon6'2216Sr.
MLBJames Vaughters, Stanford6'2250Jr.
OLBJoe Hemschoot, Stanford6'1222Sr.
CBScott Mitchell, Stanford6'4182Jr.
CBQuinn Fogle, Stanford6'1181Jr.
FSWayne Lyons, Stanford6'1193Sr.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201So.
KJordan Williamson, Stanford5'11182Sr.
PJermaine Rouse, Stanford6'4221So.
RETAaron Johnson, Stanford5'11175Fr.

2014 All Pac-12 2nd Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBBrett Nottingham, Stanford6'4220Sr.
HBDeontae Cooper, Washington6'0205Sr.
HBRemound Wright, Stanford5'9205Jr.
WRTyler McCulloch, Colorado6'5207Sr.
WRAaron Bradley, Nevada6'1185Sr.
TEKevin Jackson, Stanford6'4268Jr.
OTKyle Williams, Oregon6'4306Jr.
OGAustin Mathis, California6'5312So.
CHroniss Grasu, Oregon6'3303Sr.
OGDevin Goodman, Arizona State6'2281Jr.
OTKyle Roberts, Nevada6'6286Sr.
DELance Pope, Stanford6'5296So.
DEJordan McDonald, Arizona State6'4218Sr.
DTAshton Cameron, Oregon6'0285So.
DTStephen Jackson, Oregon State6'4293Jr.
OLBAdrian Turner, Stanford6'7230Fr.
MLBTreymayne Simmons, Stanford6'0255So.
OLBCooper Pelluer, Arizona State6'3228Sr.
CBDevan Spann, Arizona State5'11177Sr.
CBCharles Garrett, Nevada5'11192Sr.
FSRene Siluano, San Diego State5'10193Sr.
SSCortez Johnson, Arizona6'2193Jr.
KAndre Heidari, USC5'11194Sr.
PReggie Simpson, Oregon6'1202So.
RETEzekiel Bishop, Arizona State5'10185Jr.
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