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Old 01-29-2012, 12:07 AM   #265
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

2014 Pac-12 Leaders

Updated: Dec 15, 2014
Passing YardsYardsTouchdown PassesTDs
1. Cody Kessler, USC28491. Cody Kessler, USC33
2. Tyler Shreve, Utah27812. Brett Nottingham, Stanford30
3. Brett Nottingham, Stanford27793. Bryan Bennett, Oregon29
4. Jameill Showers, Arizona State27024. Tyler Shreve, Utah27
5. Connor Wood, Colorado26555. Jameill Showers, Arizona State26
Rushing YardsYardsYards Per CarryYPC
1. Teondray Caldwell, Nevada20811. Garrett Cason, Stanford9.5
2. Tra Carson, Oregon18532. Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona7.9
3. Remound Wright, Stanford15323. Remound Wright, Stanford6.7
4. Brendan Bigelow, California12434. Reid Adams, Nevada6.7
5. Deontae Cooper, Washington12135. Roy Finch, Arizona6.6
Rushing TouchdownsTDsReceptionsRec
1. Teondray Caldwell, Nevada221. Kevin Dunlap, Arizona96
2. Tra Carson, Oregon212. Tyler McCulloch, Colorado71
3. Deontae Cooper, Washington203. Max Hersey, Washington State63
4. Remound Wright, Stanford124. Ross Apo, BYU60
5. Trajuan Briggs, Colorado125. Kyle Prater, USC59
Receiving YardsYardsTouchdown ReceptionsTDs
1. Kevin Dunlap, Arizona15011. Maurice Harris, California13
2. Tyler McCulloch, Colorado13052. Aaron Bradley, Nevada12
3. Matt Miller, Boise State9593. Tyler McCulloch, Colorado12
4. Bobby Ratliff, Washington State8924. Kevin Dunlap, Arizona11
5. Aaron Bradley, Nevada8595. Kyle Prater, USC11


Updated: Dec 15, 2014
Total TacklesTklsTackles For LossTFL
1. Shaydon Akuna, Oregon State1061. Koa Ka'ai, Oregon38
2. Wayne Lyons, Stanford1002. Darryl Monroe, Washington State29
3. Darryl Monroe, Washington State973. Joe Hemschoot, Stanford27
4. Patrick Barrett, Nevada934. Scott Crichton, Oregon State26
5. Anthony Sarao, USC905. Lance Callihan, Stanford25
SacksSksInterceptionsINTs
1. Lance Callihan, Stanford14.51. Charles Garrett, Nevada8
2. Charlie Hopkins, Stanford12.52. Greg Henderson, Colorado7
3. Koa Ka'ai, Oregon11.53. Devan Spann, Arizona State7
4. Joe Hemschoot, Stanford10.54. Dior Mathis, Oregon6
5. Scott Crichton, Oregon State10.55. Quinn Fogle, Stanford6
Pass DeflectionsPDsForced FumblesFF
1. Quinn Fogle, Stanford171. Reggie Ervin, Boise State4
2. Mahbu Keels, San Diego State162. Joe Hemschoot, Stanford4
3. Kyle Benson, Arizona163. James Vaughters, Stanford4
4. Gregory Ducre, Washington154. Six tied3
5. Devan Spann, Arizona State155.
Fumble RecoveriesFR
1. Seven tied31.
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2014 Pac-12 Team Rankings

Total Offense

1. Arizona, 459.1 YPG
2. Stanford, 455.1 YPG
3. Oregon, 442.6 YPG
4. Nevada, 435.5 YPG
5. Washington, 423.2 YPG
6. California, 416.3 YPG
7. BYU, 408.7 YPG
8. USC, 404.8 YPG
9. Arizona State, 404.5 YPG
10. Colorado, 395.1 YPG
11. Utah, 393.7 YPG
12. San Diego State, 376.8 YPG
13. UCLA, 374.2 YPG
14. Boise State 339.5 YPG
15. Oregon State, 332.0 YPG
16. Washington State, 330.0 YPG

Passing Offense

1. Arizona, 290.8 YPG
2. BYU, 260.1 YPG
3. Colorado, 238.9 YPG
4. USC, 238.8 YPG
5. Washington State, 237.7 YPG
6. Stanford, 237.5 YPG
7. Utah, 236.8 YPG
8. Oregon, 223.8 YPG
9. Boise State, 220.8 YPG
10. San Diego State, 218.0 YPG
11. Arizona State, 210.3 YPG
12. Nevada, 207.8 YPG
13. California, 199.7 YPG
14. Washington, 196.0 YPG
15. Oregon State, 182.0 YPG
16. UCLA, 173.8 YPG

Rushing Offense

1. Nevada, 227.7 YPG
2. Washington, 227.2 YPG
3. Oregon, 218.8 YPG
4. Stanford, 217.6 YPG
5. California, 216.6 YPG
6. UCLA, 200.4 YPG
7. Arizona State, 194.2 YPG
8. Arizona, 168.3 YPG
9. USC, 166.1 YPG
10. San Diego State, 158.8 YPG
11. Utah, 156.9 YPG
12. Colorado, 156.2 YPG
13. Oregon State, 150.0 YPG
14. BYU, 148.6 YPG
15. Boise State, 118.8 YPG
16. Washington State, 92.3 YPG

Points Per Game

1. Stanford, 44.4
2. Oregon, 38.5
3. Washington, 36.1
4. USC, 34.9
5. Arizona, 34.2
6. Nevada, 34.2
7. Arizona State, 31.1
8. Utah, 31.0
9. California, 30.4
10. UCLA, 28.9
11. Colorado, 26.9
12. BYU, 26.7
13. San Diego State, 23.9
14. Oregon State, 21.5
15. Boise State, 21.3
16. Washington State, 17.8

Passing Touchdowns

1. Stanford, 36
2. Arizona, 34
3. USC, 33
4. Oregon, 30
5. Utah, 27
6. Colorado, 26
7. Arizona State, 26
8. California, 26
9. BYU, 25
10. Nevada, 24
11. UCLA, 23
12. Boise State, 22
13. San Diego State, 21
14. Washington State, 18
15. Oregon State, 17
16. Washington, 17

Rushing Touchdowns

1. Washington, 36
2. Oregon, 30
3. Nevada, 29
4. Stanford, 27
5. Utah, 20
6. UCLA, 20
7. Arizona, 18
8. Arizona State, 18
9. California, 17
10. Colorado, 16
11. USC, 16
12. Oregon State, 13
13. San Diego State, 13
14. BYU, 12
15. Boise State, 10
16. Washington State, 6

Sacks Allowed

1. Washington, 17
2. Oregon, 25
3. Nevada, 26
4. USC, 28
5. Utah, 29
6. Colorado, 30
7. California, 30
8. Stanford, 31
9. Arizona, 31
10. UCLA, 32
11. San Diego State, 36
12. Arizona State, 37
13. Boise State, 38
14. Oregon State, 38
15. BYU, 40
16. Washington State, 52

First Downs

1. Arizona State, 291
2. Nevada, 283
3. California, 269
4. Arizona, 267
5. UCLA, 264
6. Oregon, 257
7. USC, 253
8. Washington, 250
9. Utah, 247
10. BYU, 246
11. Stanford, 238
12. San Diego State, 233
13. Colorado, 232
14. Washington State, 211
15. Oregon State, 210
16. Boise State, 198

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Total Defense

1. California, 265.2 YPGA
2. Oregon, 334.9 YPGA
3. Arizona State, 338.3 YPGA
4. USC, 342.8 YPGA
5. Arizona, 343.3 YPGA
6. BYU, 353.3 YPGA
7. Stanford, 357.0 YPGA
8. Nevada, 363.2 YPGA
9. Washington, 369.0 YPGA
10. UCLA, 386.8 YPGA
11. Utah, 390.8 YPGA
12. San Diego State, 424.5 YPGA
13. Oregon State, 426.1 YPGA
14. Colorado, 430.3 YPGA
15. Boise State, 436.3 YPGA
16. Washington State, 472.7 YPGA

Pass Defense

1. California, 146.3 YPGA
2. BYU, 168.1 YPGA
3. USC, 188.7 YPGA
4. Arizona, 196.2 YPGA
5. Oregon, 196.5 YPGA
6. Utah, 198.3 YPGA
7. UCLA, 202.2 YPGA
8. Arizona State, 207.1 YPGA
9. Washington, 207.2 YPGA
10. Nevada, 209.2 YPGA
11. Oregon State, 234.5 YPGA
12. Washington State, 238.9 YPGA
13. San Diego State, 250.3 YPGA
14. Colorado, 250.9 YPGA
15. Boise State, 253.0 YPGA
16. Stanford, 258.1 YPGA

Rush Defense

1. Stanford, 98.9 YPGA
2. California, 118.8 YPGA
3. Arizona State, 131.2 YPGA
4. Oregon, 138.4 YPGA
5. Arizona, 147.1 YPGA
6. Nevada, 154.0 YPGA
7. USC, 154.1 YPGA
8. Washington, 161.8 YPGA
9. San Diego State, 174.3 YPGA
10. Colorado, 179.3 YPGA
11. Boise State, 183.3 YPGA
12. UCLA, 184.7 YPGA
13. BYU, 185.3 YPGA
14. Oregon State, 191.6 YPGA
15. Utah, 192.5 YPGA
16. Washington State, 233.8 YPGA

Points Allowed Per Game

1. California, 16.5
2. Stanford, 20.3
3. Arizona State, 20.8
4. USC, 22.2
5. Oregon, 22.3
6. Washington, 23.0
7. Nevada, 23.6
8. Arizona, 24.8
9. BYU, 27.6
10. Utah, 27.8
11. UCLA, 30.5
12. Boise State, 32.2
13. San Diego State, 32.7
14. Oregon State, 34.1
15. Colorado, 34.3
16. Washington State, 39.8

Sacks

1. Stanford, 81
2. Oregon State, 42
3. California, 41
4. Oregon, 41
5. Arizona State, 36
6. BYU, 35
7. Boise State, 32
8. Colorado, 32
9. Washington State, 31
10. Nevada, 31
11. UCLA, 28
12. Washington, 28
13. San Diego State, 25
14. USC, 25
15. Utah, 24
16. Arizona, 24

Fumbles Recovered

1. Stanford, 17
2. USC, 11
3. BYU, 10
4. Washington State, 9
5. Utah, 9
6. Arizona, 9
7. Boise State, 9
8. Arizona State, 9
9. Oregon, 8
10. Oregon State, 7
11. California, 5
12. Colorado, 4
13. Nevada, 4
14. San Diego State, 3
15. UCLA, 3
16. Washington, 2

Interceptions

1. Stanford, 20
2. BYU, 20
3. Nevada, 20
4. USC, 19
5. Arizona State, 18
6. San Diego State, 18
7. Washington, 18
8. Colorado, 16
9. Oregon State, 16
10. Oregon, 15
11. Washington State, 14
12. California, 13
13. Utah, 13
14. Arizona, 13
15. Boise State, 12
16. UCLA, 12

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Third Down Conversions

1. Arizona State, 55%
2. Oregon, 53%
3. USC, 50%
4. Nevada, 50%
5. Washington, 50%
6. UCLA, 48%
7. Utah, 47%
8. California, 46%
9. Arizona, 45%
10. Stanford, 44%
11. BYU, 42%
12. Boise State, 41%
13. Colorado, 41%
14. Oregon State, 37%
15. San Diego State, 35%
16. Washington State, 34%

Fourth Down Conversions

1. San Diego State, 81% (9/11)
2. Arizona, 81% (13/16)
3. Colorado, 66% (8/12)
4. Arizona State, 66% (8/12)
5. Oregon, 66% (6/9)
6. Utah, 60% (9/15)
7. Nevada, 57% (8/14)
8. Stanford, 56% (9/16)
9. UCLA, 53% (7/13)
10. BYU, 52% (9/17)
11. Oregon State, 50% (7/14)
12. Boise State, 43% (7/16)
13. Washington State, 43% (7/16)
14. Washington, 41% (5/12)
15. USC, 33% (4/12)
16. California, 25% (4/16)

Two-Point Conversions

1. Stanford, 100% (2/2)
2. Oregon State, 100% (2/2)
3. California, 100% (1/1)
4. BYU, 75% (3/4)
5. USC, 66% (2/3)
6. San Diego State, 60% (3/5)
7. Arizona State, 50% (2/4)
8. Arizona, 33% (1/3)
9. UCLA, 33% (1/3)
10. Oregon, 0% (0/3)
11. Boise State, 0% (0/3)
12. Colorado, 0% (0/3)
13. Nevada, 0% (0/2)
14. Washington State, 0% (0/2)
15. Washington, 0% (0/1)
16. Utah, 0% (0/0)

Offensive Red Zone Percentage
(TDs scored + FGs scored = total scores/total attempts)

1. Stanford, 89% (38 + 21 = 59/66)
2. UCLA, 89% (34 + 9 = 43/48)
3. Oregon State, 86% (26 + 6 = 32/37)
4. Washington, 85% (40 + 7 = 47/55)
5. California, 80% (35 + 15 = 50/62)
6. Colorado, 79% (29 + 6 = 35/44)
7. Utah, 79% (34 + 6 = 40/51)
8. Washington State, 77% (16 + 8 = 24/31)
9. USC, 77% (38 + 9 = 47/61)
10. Nevada, 75% (34 + 7 = 41/54)
11. Arizona State, 74% (33 + 8 = 41/55)
12. Oregon, 72% (46 + 3 = 49/68)
13. Arizona, 72% (40 + 7 = 47/65)
14. San Diego State, 71% (23 + 10 = 33/46)
15. BYU, 69% (23 + 9 = 32/46)
16. Boise State, 60% (21 + 5 = 26/43)

Red Zone Defense
(TDs allowed + FGs allowed = total scores allowed/total attempts)

1. Arizona, 61% (26 + 3 = 29/47)
2. Arizona State, 73% (22 + 9 = 31/42)
3. San Diego State, 73% (36 + 5 = 41/56)
4. BYU, 74% (28 + 10 = 38/51)
5. Utah, 76% (30 + 8 = 38/50)
6. Oregon State, 77% (31 + 13 = 44/57)
7. Oregon, 77% (28 + 10 = 38/49)
8. California, 79% (18 + 5 = 23/29)
9. UCLA, 80% (31 + 9 = 40/50)
10. Boise State, 80% (38 + 8 = 46/57)
11. USC, 80% (29 + 3 = 32/40)
12. Stanford, 81% (22 + 5 = 27/33)
13. Washington State, 82% (42 + 10 = 52/63)
14. Nevada, 84% (26 + 12 = 38/45)
15. Colorado, 86% (33 + 13 = 46/53)
16. Washington, 86% (23 + 9 = 32/37)

Giveaways

1. Stanford, 11
2. Nevada, 12
3. Washington, 13
4. USC, 16
5. Utah, 18
6. Colorado, 18
7. California, 18
8. Arizona State, 22
9. Boise State, 23
10. San Diego State, 23
11. Oregon, 23
12. UCLA, 24
13. BYU, 28
14. Washington State, 28
15. Arizona, 29
16. Oregon State, 30

Takeaways

1. Stanford, 36
2. BYU, 30
3. USC, 30
4. Arizona State, 27
5. Nevada, 24
6. Oregon State, 23
7. Washington State, 23
8. Oregon, 23
9. Utah, 22
10. Arizona, 22
11. Boise State, 21
12. San Diego State, 21
13. Colorado, 20
14. Washington, 20
15. California, 18
16. UCLA, 15

Turnover Differential

1. Stanford, +25
2. USC, +14
3. Nevada, +12
4. Washington, +7
5. Arizona State, +5
6. Utah, +4
7. BYU, +2
8. Colorado, +2
9. California, 0
10. Oregon, 0
11. Boise State, -2
12. San Diego State, -2
13. Washington State, -6
14. Oregon State, -7
15. Arizona, -7
16. UCLA, -9
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2014 Bowl Games

New Mexico Bowl: BYU (6-6) vs. North Texas (7-5)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Marshall (7-5) vs. Rutgers (7-5)
New Orleans Bowl: UTEP (6-6) vs. #23 Arkansas State (11-1)
Las Vegas Bowl: #11 California (8-4) vs. Colorado State (9-3)
Poinsettia Bowl: UCLA (6-6) vs. Hawai'i (7-5)
Hawai'i Bowl: Southern Miss (7-5) vs. Florida Atlantic (6-6)
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Michigan State (7-5) vs. Ohio (10-2)
Belk Bowl: Florida State (7-5) vs. Cincinnati (7-5)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: LSU (6-6) vs. Washington (8-4)
Music City Bowl: Mississippi State (7-5) vs. Boston College (8-4)
Independence Bowl: Utah (6-6) vs. Miami-FL (6-6)
Military Bowl: Western Michigan (6-6) vs. Army (7-5)
Champs Sports Bowl: Air Force (10-2) vs. North Carolina (8-4)
Humanitarian Bowl: Ball State (7-6) vs. New Mexico State (9-3)
Holiday Bowl: Baylor (7-5) vs. #16 USC (8-4)
Sun Bowl: #9 Arizona (9-3) vs. #24 Maryland (9-3)
Armed Forces Bowl: ECU (6-6) vs. Nevada (7-5)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: UCF (8-4) vs. Memphis (8-4)
Texas Bowl: #25 Iowa (8-4) vs. Tulsa (6-6)
Insight Bowl: Texas (6-6) vs. #18 Minnesota (9-3)
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Arkansas (8-4) vs. #19 Clemson (9-4)
Outback Bowl: #22 Auburn (9-4) vs. Illinois (7-5)
Capital One Bowl: #17 South Carolina (8-4) vs. #7 Michigan (10-2)
Gator Bowl: Texas A&M (7-5) vs. #21 Nebraska (9-4)
TicketCity Bowl: UAB (7-5) vs. Wisconsin (8-4)
Alamo Bowl: #14 Oklahoma State (9-3) vs. #8 Stanford (12-1)
Godaddy.com Bowl: Bowling Green (11-2) vs. Troy (9-3)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Ole Miss (8-4) vs. #13 West Virginia (10-2)
BBVA Compass Bowl: Ohio State (6-6) vs. Alabama (7-5)

2014 Bowl Championship Series



#3 Florida (10-2) vs. #15 Arizona State (10-3)
BCS At-large vs. Pac-12 Champion
Rose Bowl Game
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
January 2, 2015




#4 Georgia (12-1) vs. #20 South Florida (10-2)
SEC Champion vs. Big East Champion
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 2, 2015




#5 Pittsburgh (11-2) vs. #6 TCU (10-2)
ACC Champion vs. BCS At-large
Discover Orange Bowl
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
January 3, 2015




#10 Oklahoma (11-1) vs. #12 Notre Dame (9-3)
Big 12 Champion vs. BCS At-large
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
January 4, 2015




#1 Penn State (12-1) vs. #2 Oregon (11-1)
BCS #1 vs. BCS #2
Tostitos BCS National Championship Game
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
January 9, 2015
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Matchup Preview | January 2, 2015
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#14 Oklahoma State Cowboys
(9-3, Away)
#8 Stanford Cardinal
(12-1, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
480.0Total Offensive Yards455.1
266.2Passing Yards237.5
213.8Rushing Yards217.6
34.6Points Per Game44.4
31Passing TD36
20Rushing TD27
299First Downs238
61Red Zone Attempts66
35-11Red Zone TD-FG38-21
75Red Zone Percentage89
Defensive Stats Comparison
356.8Total Yards Allowed357.0
203.3Passing Yards Allowed258.1
153.5Rushing Yards Allowed98.9
284Points Allowed264
33Sacks81
5Fumble Recoveries17
12Interceptions20
23.7Points Per Game20.3
43Red Zone Attempts33
28-6Red Zone TD-FG22-5
79Red Zone Percentage81
Injury Report
Daniel Koenig, OLB, strained back
Questionable

Game Notes
The main wildcard in this year's Alamo Bowl is Stanford's mindset. After being a game away from the national championship, being relegated all the way to the Alamo Bowl may be veyr deflating to the Cardinal, and if their minds are elsewhere, the Cowboys will quickly run them out of the building.


Oklahoma State's offense is as powerful as ever, led by star junior JW Walsh, a lethal dual-threat quarterback with 2702 passing yards in addition to 759 rushing yards. Walsh has thrown for 24 touchdowns and run for four more, while senior tailback Herschel Sims has carried the load on the ground with 870 yards and 11 touchdowns to go with an impressive 6.7 yards per carry. The Cowboys don't have an all-world receiver in the Dez Bryant or Justin Blackmon mold, but they boast a deep corps of reliable playmakers, led by senior wideout Kevin Johnson (58 catches, 939 yards, 12 TDs). Fullback Grant Goodwin is a surprisingly important target, often lining up as a sort of H-back, or as an extra tailback in pistol formations; he has 575 rushing yards and four scores, and 511 receiving yards and four more touchdowns via the catch. Other receiving threats for the Cowboys include junior Josh Stewart (20-270-4) and sophomores James Wise (24-422-2) and Rob Lynch (30-330-3). Redshirt sophomore tight end Quinton Mann (41-497-4) is one of the most promising young weapons in college football.


Defensively, third year sophomore outside linebacker Maurice Williams is the leader for the Pokes in tackles (74), TFL (24), and sacks (eight). The Cowboys have an under-appreciated defense due to their flashy, explosive offense, but they are capable of making plays, even if they are also prone to giving them up. Senior safety Deion Imade will have to be accounted for in all aspects of the game by Stanford.


Oklahoma State Depth Chart
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRKevin Johnson (r-SR, 6'0, 191, 86)Rob Lynch (r-SO, 6'0, 177, 85)
TEQuinton Mann (r-SO, 6'6, 238, 86)Grant Goodwin (r-SR, 5'7, 212, 74)
LTDevin Davis (r-JR, 6'5, 267, 81)
LGGerron Anthony (r-SR, 6'3, 343, 88)
CJosh Byrd (SR, 6'0, 278, 79)
RGTony Myers (r-SR, 6'4, 304, 79)
RTTravis Webster (JR, 6'8, 293, 83)
WRJosh Stewart (r-JR, 5'10, 177, 85)James Wise (SO, 6'2, 190, 81)
QBJW Walsh (r-JR, 6'1, 200, 91)Aaron Butler (r-SO, 6'3, 221, 83)
FBGrant Goodwin (r-SR, 5'7, 212, 88)
HBHerschel Sims (SR, 5'9, 213, 96)Grant Goodwin (r-SR, 5'7, 212, 87)
Base 4-3 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDEPeter Okonofua (r-SR, 6'1, 267, 84)John McKnight (SO, 6'1, 279, 76)
LDTChristian Littlehead (r-SR, 6'3, 317, 86)Diamonte Wheeler (r-SR, 6'1, 293, 81)
RDTAshaad Mabry (r-JR, 6'3, 307, 81)Justin Henderson (r-FR, 6'4, 313, 79)
RDEJimmy Bean (r-JR, 6'5, 238, 78)John McKnight (SO, 6'1, 279, 76)
WLBMaurice Williams (r-SO, 5'11, 219, 84)Nico Ornelas (r-JR, 6'3, 209, 75)
MLBDeMarcus Sherod (r-JR, 6'2, 234, 77)Ron Smith (FR, 6'2, 210, 76)
SLBDaniel Koenig (r-SR, 6'4, 240, 81)Dwayne Vinson (JR, 6'2, 188, 80)
CBLarry Stephens (r-SR, 5'10, 176, 81)Dwayne Vinson (JR, 6'2, 188, 80)
SSDerek Anderson (JR, 6'0, 221, 79)Luke Smith (FR, 5'10, 178, 76)
FSDeion Imade (r-SR, 5'11, 194, 91)Dwayne Vinson (JR, 6'2, 188, 84)
CBRyan Newman (r-SO, 5'11, 193, 79)Wayne McNair (SO, 6'1, 175, 74)
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KMatt Greene (r-Jr, 6'2, 232, 90)
PMatt Greene (r-Jr, 6'2, 232, 90)
PRJosh Stewart (r-JR, 5'10, 177, 99)Kevin Johnson (r-SR, 6'0, 191, 99)
KRJosh Stewart (r-JR, 5'10, 177, 99)Kevin Johnson (r-SR, 6'0, 191, 99)
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#14 Oklahoma State vs. #8 Stanford
Valero Alamo Bowl
Alamodome
San Antonio, Texas
January 2, 2015




Cardinal bowls over Cowboys
Stanford lays siege to OSU, ensuring the Cowboys will remember the Alamo

SAN ANTONIO, TX - Deep in the heart of one of their most promising young recruiting pipelines, Stanford showed no ill effects of their Pac-12 Championship Game loss to Arizona State.

Stanford put on a dazzling show in the Valero Alamo Bowl, exploding out of the gates and never letting up in a 73-28 blitzkrieg victory over the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The final game for quarterback Brett Nottingham, and perhaps the finale for running back Remound Wright as well, was a smashing success, as the Cardinal showed no hangover effect from being on the precipice of the BCS title game and being relegated to the Alamo Bowl.

Although the disappointment of losing the Pac-12 Championship to Arizona State still lingered, even after the fireworks against the Cowboys concluded, Stanford coach Brian Kudron has three one-loss seasons in his first four years in Palo Alto, and he's headed into 2015 with an optimistic outlook.

"Obviously we didn't accomplish some of the things we wanted to accomplish this year," he said on the field in the Alamodome after the game. "But it's difficult to put a negative spin on a 13-1 season. This senior class lost seven games in four years, and are leaving college with degrees from Stanford University. Under no twisted measures are these kids 'failures.' They've accomplished an incredible amount, both on and off the field. And I'm proud that I've been able to coach them along the way."

Next season, as the final batch of Harbaugh recruits begin to matriculate their way out of the program, Kudron's fingerprints on the team will increase. Offensive tackle Kevin Kelly and offensive guard Travis McDonald will finally take their places in the starting lineup after three years of destruction in practice as two of Kudron's most hyped OL recruits. Every player that starts on defense next year will be a Kudron recruit. And of course, most notably, 5* Shane Williams will take the reigns at quarterback as a redshirt sophomore.

Oklahoma State Cowboys at Stanford Cardinal
Jan 2, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#14 Oklahoma State Cowboys (9-4)0714728
#8 Stanford Cardinal (13-1)1714281473
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense503673
Rushing Yards128437
Passing Yards375236
First Downs2222
Punt Return Yards1357
Kick Return Yards084
Total Yards516814
Turnovers31
3rd Down Converstion4-137-10
4th Down Conversion0-20-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/02/0
Penalties7-855-59
Posession Time18:0129:59
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGOKSTSTAN
10:47(STAN) Johnson, 57 yard punt return (Williamson kick)07
10:19(STAN) Estes, 12 yard fumble return (Williamson kick)014
0:28(STAN) Williamson, 47 yard FG017
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGOKSTSTAN
6:52(STAN) Nottingham, 26 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)024
1:48(STAN) Wright, 14 yard run (Williamson kick)031
0:48(OKST) Walsh, 11 yard pass to Johnson (Green kick)731
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGOKSTSTAN
11:41(STAN) Wright, 84 yard run (Williamson kick)738
11:06(OKST) Walsh, 57 yard pass to Johnson (Green kick)1438
7:11(STAN) Nottingham, 29 yard pass to Hicks (Williamson kick)1445
4:40(STAN) Nottingham, 4 yard pass to Jackson (Williamson kick)1452
3:29(OKST) Walsh, 68 yard pass to Stewart (Green kick)2152
1:28(STAN) Young, 51 yard run (Williamson kick)2159
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGOKSTSTAN
11:56(OKST) Walsh, 8 yard pass to Stewart (Green kick)2859
9:49(STAN) Nottingham, 37 yard pass to Montgomery (Williamson kick)2866
5:57(STAN) Young, 53 yard run (Williamson kikc)2873
Oklahoma State Cowboys
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
J. Walsh25/3433740
A. Butler6/113801
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
J. Walsh16664.10
G. Goodwin8263.20
H. Sims8212.60
D. Roland263.00
M. Thompson231.50
A. Butler166.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
K. Johnson710815.42
R. Lynch5418.20
J. Stewart411428.52
D. Roland300.00
Q. Mann35217.30
J. Wise2199.50
I. McCoy2168.00
D. Holt2136.50
H. Sims294.50
M. Thompson133.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
M. Williams101.000
P. Okonofua5000
D. Anderson10000
D. Vinson5010
D. Imade9000
R. Newman10000
L. Stephens4000
C. Littlehead4000
J. Bean31.000
A. Mabry51.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Green0/14/44
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
M. Green519238.41
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Stewart11313.00
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Nottingham13/2223141
S. Williams1/1500
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
R. Wright2126612.62
K. Young1016116.12
K. Purcell6386.30
B. Nottingham4-30-7.50
A. Johnson122.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery37324.32
M. Moore2105.00
K. Jackson22211.01
J. Hicks25025.01
R. Mitchell12121.00
T. Bradford11111.00
A. Johnson13838.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
J. Vaughters13000
C. Webb6000
A. Edwards73.500
S. Mitchell7010
A. Grant6000
K. Estes81.001
L. Pope32.000
T. Simmons50.500
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson1/110/101347
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse14747.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery27035.00
A. Johnson11414.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
A. Johnson15757.01
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Bowl Game Results

New Mexico Bowl: BYU 21, North Texas 17
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Marshall 36, Rutgers 31
New Orleans Bowl: UTEP 17, #23 Arkansas State 14
Las Vegas Bowl: #11 California 45, Colorado State 7
Poinsettia Bowl: UCLA 35, Hawai'i 7
Hawai'i Bowl: Southern Miss 27, Florida Atlantic 24
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Michigan State 34, Ohio 9
Belk Bowl: Florida State 38, Cincinnati 31
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: LSU 41, Washington 38
Music City Bowl: Mississippi State 45, Boston College 7
Independence Bowl: Utah 27, Miami-FL 10
Military Bowl: Western Michigan 47, Army 34
Champs Sports Bowl: Air Force 14, North Carolina 10
Humanitarian Bowl: Ball State 35, New Mexico State 26
Holiday Bowl: #16 USC 55, Baylor 10
Sun Bowl: #24 Maryland 35, #9 Arizona 24
Armed Forces Bowl: Nevada 31, ECU 14
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: UCF 41, Memphis 7
Texas Bowl: #25 Iowa 35, Tulsa 19
Insight Bowl: Texas 38, #18 Minnesota 0
Chick-fil-A Bowl: #19 Clemson 34, Arkansas 27
Outback Bowl: #22 Auburn 52, Illinois 31
Capital One Bowl: #7 Michigan 21, #17 South Carolina 14
Gator Bowl: #21 Nebraska 30, Texas A&M 27
TicketCity Bowl: Wisconsin 49, UAB 14
Alamo Bowl: #8 Stanford 73, #14 Oklahoma State 28
Godaddy.com Bowl: Troy 20, Bowling Green 7
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Ole Miss 43, #13 West Virginia 37
BBVA Compass Bowl: Ohio State 31, Alabama 19

Rose Bowl: #3 Florida 34, #15 Arizona State 17
Sugar Bowl: #20 South Florida 39, #4 Georgia 35
Orange Bowl: #5 Pittsburgh 31, #6 TCU 10
Fiesta Bowl: #10 Oklahoma 31, #12 Notre Dame 22

BCS National Championship: #1 Penn State 34, #2 Oregon 24
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NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 10, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Penn State (61)1311525
25Pittsburgh1221381
33Florida1121360
41Oregon1121261
56Michigan1121226
68Stanford1311149
74Georgia1221076
810Oklahoma1211057
911California94968
107TCU103873
1117USF112843
1216USC94754
1320Clemson104593
1424Maryland103555
159Arizona94548
1622Nebraska104513
1714West Virginia103506
1823Auburn104474
1913Notre Dame94473
2012Oklahoma State94436
2125Iowa94395
2218Arizona State104320
23NRWisconsin94319
24NRAir Force112294
25NRTroy103251


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RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Penn State (63)1311623
26Pittsburgh1221414
32Florida1121415
47Michigan1121194
53Oregon1121191
68Stanford (1)1311162
79Oklahoma (1)1211125
84Georgia1221086
919USF112964
1012California94961
115TCU103925
1218USC94722
1323Maryland103718
1420Clemson104645
1522Nebraska104568
1610Arizona94549
1715West Virginia103531
1811Arizona State104523
1913Notre Dame94511
2024Auburn104491
2125Air Force112425
22NRIowa94413
2316Oklahoma State95352
24NRWisconsin94338
25NROle Miss94295
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Pitt/PSU #2-1 in the polls, how bout that? Solid way to end your season there, great to bounce back even in a game that didn't really mean anything to you guys.
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