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Old 01-31-2012, 05:35 PM   #281
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2015 NCAA Preseason 1st Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBAnthony Wood, Michigan6'1211So.
HBTodd Handley, Idaho5'8174Sr.
HBDavid Buchanan, Penn State6'0199Jr.
WRKevin Dunlap, Arizona6'5197Sr.
WRDanny Webster, ECU5'11187Sr.
TEKevin Jackson, Stanford6'4269Sr.
OTDavid Bowen, Boston College6'6275Sr.
OGErik Coleman, Ohio State6'3316So.
CBrett Horton, Georgia Tech6'4312So.
OGMatt Thorne, Air Force6'3307Sr.
OTBryan Chamberlain, Georgia Tech6'4288Sr.
DEJohn Carter, Vanderbilt6'6277Sr.
DELance Pope, Stanford6'5299Jr.
DTStephen Jackson, Oregon State6'4295Sr.
DTChris Mayes, Middle Tennessee State6'5308Sr.
OLBTony Mills, LSU6'6224Sr.
MLBKenny Moore, LSU5'11219Jr.
OLBKenny Curry, BYU6'6202Jr.
CBRobbie Austin, Rutgers5'11183Sr.
CBJoe Hill, Texas Tech6'0173Jr.
FSTodd Jenkins, Michigan State6'2179Jr.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201Jr.
KJames Greene, Penn State5'11161So.
PDavid Randall, Ohio State6'1243So.
RETHakim Jones, NC State6'2194Sr.
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Old 01-31-2012, 05:44 PM   #282
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2015 Pac-12 Preview

Projected Order of Finish

Pac-12 North
#2 Oregon
#3 Stanford
#10 California
Boise State
Oregon State
Washington State

Pac-12 South
#5 USC
#19 Arizona
#24 Arizona State
San Diego State

2015 Preseason All-Pac-12
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBBrett Hundley, UCLA6'3219Sr.
HBAmir Carlisle, USC5'10187Sr.
HBIan Fields, USC6'0215So.
WRKevin Dunlap, Arizona6'5197Sr.
WRJacques Davidson, Arizona State6'1173Sr.
TEKevin Jackson, Stanford6'4269Sr.
OTNick Cooper, USC6'6295So.
OGMark Carter, Oregon6'2304So.
CMo Latu, Arizona State6'3325Sr.
OGAustin Mathis, California6'5315Jr.
OTAustin Cox, UCLA6'7289Sr.
DELance Pope, Stanford6'5299Jr.
DEDJ Myrick, Boise State6'1260Jr.
DTStephen Jackson, Oregon State6'4295Sr.
DTAndrew Edwards, Stanford6'3349Jr.
OLBKenny Curry, BYU6'6202Jr.
MLBTremayne Simmons, Stanford6'0257Jr.
OLBPatrick Barrett, Nevada6'3204Jr.
CBKevin Estes, Stanford6'0192Jr.
CBWesley Matthews, Utah6'1165Sr.
FSRandall Sullivan, BYU5'11194So.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201Jr.
KNathan McFarland, Washington5'11166Sr.
PEdgar Jones, Nevada5'11188Jr.
RETAaron Johnson, Stanford5'11177So.
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Old 01-31-2012, 05:56 PM   #283
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Stanford Cardinal Depth Chart - 2015
Regular Offense
WRTerrance Bradford (88)Gary Harris (86)Willie Reed (85)
TEKevin Jackson (93)Marcus Davenport (94)Marvin Moore (77)
LTKevin Kelly (87)Williams Sanders (89)
LGJay Ramsey (89)Jarrett Green (83)
CJames Sanders (97)Maurice Foster (86)
RGTravis McDonald (90)James Garrett (84)
RTBrendon Austin (89)William Sanders (89)
WRRyan Mitchell (87)Aaron Johnson (82)Josh Lewis (85)
QBShane Williams (90)Craig Humphrey (86)
FBJay Hicks (86)
HBGarrett Cason (90)Kelsey Young (90)Kevin Purcell (87)Will Brown (82)
Base 3-4 Defense
LDELance Pope (91)Walter Peterson (75)
NTAndrew Edwards (90)Chris Ham (89)Anthony Hayes (88)Devin Church (84)
RDETravis Miller (87)Jason McKnight (80)
LOLBAdrian Turner (83)John Arnold (81)Jarod Harrington (80)
LILBTremayne Simmons (92)Michael Ross (82)
RILBMatt Turner (87)Cedric Phillips (82)
ROLBTrevor Galloway (84)Jeff Charles (82)
CBKevin Estes (90)Devin Wilson (84)Corey Thomas (77)
SSCurtis Webb (91)Justin Hunter (80)Terrell Moore (80)
FSGreg Fisher (83)Chad McBride (81)
CBAJ Grant (88)Johnathan Cole (83)
Special Teams
KChad Clayton (83)
PJermaine Rouse (83)
PRAaron Johnson (96)Devin Wilson (96)
KRAaron Johnson (96)Devin Wilson (96)
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Old 01-31-2012, 07:54 PM   #284
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Recruiting 2016

Stanford's recruiting will again be severely restricted this year, with only 10 open spots headed into the season for the second year in a row. While there are several notable players likely to leave early for the NFL once again, this will be a very small class, limiting Brian Kudron's wiggle room considerably.

Quarterback: It's Shane Williams' show until he decides otherwise, and Ryan Miller is a true freshman, so there is no immediate need for a star QB. Craig Humphrey is a senior though, and it's never wise to have only two signal callers on the roster, so the Cardinal will likely push for one in this class.

Running Back: There are four tailbacks on the team currently: senior Kelsey Young, junior Kevin Purcell, sophomore Garrett Cason, and freshman Will Brown. With Young guaranteed to be gone after 2015 and the possibility of Purcell or Cason having seasons that urge them to leave early, taking one running back in the 2016 class is a minimum.

Wide Receiver: Just as the case was last year, Stanford is stacked with young wideouts. Eight receivers inhabit the roster, none of them seniors, and none of them (presently) projected to leave early, so receiver is not a need in this class.

Tight End: Stanford boasts perhaps the best 1-2 tight end combo in America this season in senior Kevin Jackson and junior Marcus Davenport. With Jackson gone after 2015, Davenport a possible early departure, and Jay Hicks entering his junior season at TE/FB, the Cardinal will likely pursue at least one tight end in the 2016 class.

Offensive Line: Stanford is set at guard with two freshmen and two sophomores, but three of the four tackles on the roster are seniors or juniors, so a pair of outside linemen will be preferred. At center, James Sanders is a junior, but is a star prospect and very real early exit candidate. Maurice Foster is the only true center behind him, but several of the guards on the team can play center as well. If the right prospect comes along, Stanford will probably take a center, but it's not required.

Defensive Line: Of the nine defensive linemen on the roster, only one is a senior: backup defensive tackle Anthony Hayes. However, nose guard Andrew Edwards and strongside defensive end Lance Pope are poised for huge junior seasons and could be gone after 2015. Stanford will likely try to sign at least two defensive linemen.

Linebacker: Just like almost everywhere else on the team, there are no seniors at linebacker, but the possibility for early departures exists. Tremayne Simmons had an excellent sophomore season in 2014, and a repeat performance in 2015 could nudge him toward the NFL. Stanford has plenty of options behind him at middle linebacker though, including three freshmen. Outside, Adrian Turner was a star as a true freshman, filling the Chase Thomas role of rushing outside linebacker to perfection. On the other side though, underrated senior Joe Hemschoot is gone, and fourth year junior Trevor Galloway will step in. Barring something unforeseen happening in 2015, the need for any linebackers in this class is almost non-existant.

Cornerback: It's a testament to Kudron's cornerback recruiting that Stanford can lose Quinn Fogle and Scott Mitchell to the NFL a year early and not blink an eye, as Kevin Estes, AJ Grant, and Devin Wilson are all expected to excel as they step up to the starting/quasi-starting positions. Five of the six corners on the roster are freshmen and sophomores, so even if Estes leaves early after this season, Stanford will probably only sign one CB, and even then it'd have to be a great prospect.

Safety: The void left by three-year starter and two-time Thorpe Award winner Wayne Lyons at free safety is enormous, but sophomore Greg Fisher was a hyped recruit in his own right, and superstar freshman Chad McBride has even more potential than Lyons did coming out of high school. At strong safety, Curtis Webb is a Preseason All-American, making him an automatic candidate for early departure. With only Justin Hunter behind him at strong safety, and Terrell Moore bouncing back and forth between strong and free, one safety is required in this class, and two might be preferred.
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Week 1 Recap

Week 1 Scoreboard
#1 Penn State 38, Oregon State 7
#5 USC 31, UL Monroe 12
#21 Ole Miss 42, Kentucky 7
#23 West Virginia 44, Texas Tech 34

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#3 Stanford @ Northwestern
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Evanston, IL
September 5, 2015

Battle of the Brains
Northwestern hangs in early, but Stanford pulls away late to start 2015

EVANSTON, IL - They say a good coach always has something to fix, even if he has to look harder to find it.

That would explain Stanford coach Brian Kudron's subdued demeanor in the wake of his team's season-opening 37-17 win over Northwestern Saturday night in Evanston.

"We did some things well, but we did some other things very poorly," he said. "We gave up some big plays on defense, and that's priority #1 that we have to work on, because that simply can't be the case. You can't be an elite defense like we want to be and stop the opponent nine times out of ten, only to have the 10th play for 70 yards. So we've got to clean that up. Other than that, and this one is to be expected at first I guess, but Shane's got to work on his pocket presence. A few of the sacks he took today could've been avoided if he showed more awareness, or even just got rid of the ball quicker. That'll come with time."

Other than the excessive number of sacks, Shane Williams' debut as Stanford's starting quarterback was a success, as he completed over 60% of his passes and didn't turn the ball over. Garrett Cason grabbed hold of the #1 running back job too, smashing his way to 229 yards on the ground. On defense, cornerback Kevin Estes, thought to be one of Stanford's best defenders, was burned more than once through the air by the Wildcats, and was replaced by sophomore Devin Wilson in the second half, so that will be a storyline to monitor moving forward.

Stanford Cardinal at Northwestern Wildcats
Sep 5, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#3 Stanford Cardinal (1-0)31731437
Northwestern Wildcats (0-1)7010017
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense471348
Rushing Yards26780
Passing Yards204268
First Downs235
Punt Return Yards719
Kick Return Yards8624
Total Yards564391
3rd Down Converstion2-134-12
4th Down Conversion2-20-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/30/1
Posession Time35:4712:13
Scoring Summary
9:53(STAN) Clayton, 21 yard FG30
7:17(NW) Peoples, 69 yard run (Sparks kick)37
9:44(STAN) Williams, 1 yard run (Clayton kick)107
6:20(STAN) Clayton, 21 yard FG137
0:05(STAN) Cason, 7 yard run (Clayton kick)207
9:19(STAN) Clayton, 32 yard FG237
5:45(NW) Stevens, 83 yard pass to Mitchell (Sparks kick)2314
0:40(STAN) Sparks, 25 yard FG2317
9:22(STAN) Williams, 23 yard pass to Jackson (Clayton kick)3017
7:14(STAN) Young, 15 yard run (Clayton kick)3717
Stanford Cardinal
S. Williams15/2420410
G. Cason252299.11
S. Williams10-46-4.61
. Young6549.01
K. Purcell3217.00
W. Brown294.50
J. Hicks4235.70
K. Jackson34414.61
R. Mitchell23417.00
A. Johnson24924.50
G. Harris11717.00
M. Moore11818.00
K. Young122.00
G. Cason11717.00
C. Webb7000
T. Galloway5000
T. Simmons6000
A. Turner61.000
A. Edwards4000
M. Turner6000
W. Peterson11.000
C. Clayton3/34/41332
J. Rouse628547.53
A. Johnson26733.50
D. Wilson11919.00
A. Johnson177.00
Northwestern Wildcats
R. Stevens9/1726810
R. Stevens13-11-0.80
J. Peoples77510.71
J. Reid372.30
M. Ortiz300.00
B. Brown331.00
J. Jones263.00
R. Mitchell315652.01
S. Young22211.00
M. Ortiz16161.00
R. Robinson144.00
J. Reid111.00
M. Szott12424.00
S. Holland101.000
J. Rogers9000
M. Chapman53.000
J. Goodman7000
C. Burke41.000
J. Davidson51.000
D. Johnson8000
A. White41.000
M. Sparks1/12/2525
M. Sparks623739.51
R. Mitchell12424.00
R. Mitchell2199.50

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Week 2 Recap

Week 2 Scoreboard
Rutgers 28, #1 Penn State 21
#2 Oregon 35, Fresno State 14
#3 Stanford 37, Northwestern 17
#4 Michigan 62, FCS Midwest 0
Boise State 30, #5 USC 14
#6 Georgia 31, Texas Tech 10
#7 Florida 34, Wyoming 6
#8 Oklahoma 42, #23 West Virginia 9
#9 Pittsburgh 44, #22 Iowa 17
#10 California 35, Temple 28 (OT)
Boston College 21, #11 Notre Dame 16
#13 Nebraska 38, Miami-FL 14
#14 Auburn 44, #19 Arizona 35
#15 TCU 41, Arkansas 20
#16 Wisconsin 26, Washington State 0
#17 Michigan State 49, Western Michigan 7
#18 USF 31, FCS East 3
#20 Maryland 38, Bowling Green 13
#24 Arizona State 42, New Mexico 14
#25 Oklahoma State 42, Central Michigan 9

Week 2 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#3 Stanford 37, Northwestern 17R. Stevens (NW): 268G. Cason (STAN): 229R. Mitchell (NW): 156
Utah 37, Buffalo 35B. Williams (UTAH): 223J. Hayes (BUFF): 105L. Williams (BUFF): 120
#14 Auburn 44, #19 Arizona 35K. Frazier (AUB): 324K. Nixon (AUB): 102K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 130
#2 Oregon 35, Fresno State 14M. McDade (FS): 165J. Bowie (FS): 78C. French (ORE): 68
#10 California 35, Temple 28 (OT)M. Allen (CAL): 106B. Ernst (CAL): 102N. Outlaw (CAL): 74
Colorado 41, Hawai'i 31H. Wallace (HAW): 313J. Owens (COL): 157D. Madison (HAW): 151
Boise State 30, #5 USC 14J. Sanders (BSU): 233D. Morrow (BSU): 94M. Jacobs (USC): 99
Washington 35, Miami-OH 14D. Brown (WASH): 188B. Sankey (WASH): 118B. Sankey (WASH): 59
#24 Arizona State 42, New Mexico 14D. Walton (UNM): 199M. Bush (ASU): 92J. Davidson (ASU): 91
Virginia 28, UCLA 24D. Watford (UVA): 251S. Robinson (UCLA): 100A. Gamble (UVA): 86
#16 Wisconsin 26, Washington State 0J. Laughrea (WSU): 207M. Gordon (WISC): 129F. Willis (WISC): 77
Nevada 27, Oregon State 3C. Gibson (NEV): 218K. Watson (NEV): 84L. Weisbecker (NEV): 125

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Sep 6, 2015
12Oregon (34)101498
23Stanford (21)101456
34Michigan (1)101378
46Georgia (1)101261
57Florida (1)101220
68Oklahoma (1)101152
79Pittsburgh (1)101137
810California (1)101029
131Penn State11724
1517Michigan State10655
19NRBoise State10464
2021Ole Miss10422
2111Notre Dame01386
2224Arizona State10264
2325Oklahoma State10212
25NRSouth Carolina10176
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Nevada @ #2 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
September 12, 2015

Stanford pulverizes the Wolf Pack
Defense shows what it's made of in 2015 home opener

PALO ALTO, CA - After last week's season opener, Stanford coach Brian Kudron highlighted two issues his team had to take care of: giving up the big play on defense, and avoiding unnecessary sacks on offense.

The Cardinal corrected one of those problems superbly against Nevada, smothering the Wolf Pack's offense to the tune of a 51-0 shutout in the 2015 home opener on The Farm.

Quarterback Shane Williams still took a couple sacks that normally should be avoided, but overall Kudron was pleased with the progression of his young signal caller - and his team as a whole.

"I thought we took a step forward today," he said. "We identified a few issues from the first game, and I thought we did a good job improving on them for the second. And really, that's what it always boils down to in this sport. You want to improve a little bit each week in every phase of the game, but especially in areas you put extra emphasis on. Our defense responded well to the challenge our coaches put on them this week in practice, and Shane made progress too. In Shane's case in particular, he's still a young quarterback, so the process is still in its infancy, but we have all the faith in the world in him, because we see how dedicated he is and how much hard work he puts into this every single day."

Nevada Wolf Pack at Stanford Cardinal
Sep 12, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Nevada Wolf Pack (2-1, 1-1)00000
#2 Stanford Cardinal (2-0, 1-0)720101451
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense193536
Rushing Yards79372
Passing Yards114164
First Downs920
Punt Return Yards510
Kick Return Yards2135
Total Yards219581
3rd Down Converstion2-136-15
4th Down Conversion0-01-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/03/2
Posession Time12:3735:23
Scoring Summary
7:51(STAN) Cason, 46 yard run (Clayton kick)07
6:08(STAN) Williams, 25 yard pass to Moore (Clayton kick)014
5:31(STAN) Williams, 32 yard pass to Jackson (Clayton kick)021
3:53(STAN) Clayton, 31 yard FG024
0:00(STAN) Clayton, 45 yard FG027
9:30(STAN) Williams, 7 yard run (Clayton kick)034
3:37(STAN) Clayton, 28 yard FG037
9:54(STAN) Brown, 1 yard run (Clayton kick)044
6:04(STAN) Brown, 2 yard run (Clayton kick)051
Nevada Wolf Pack
C. Gibson4/115802
E. Porter4/195602
K. Watson17704.10
C. Gibson420.50
E. Porter2-9-4.50
R. Johnson11616.00
D. Bryant33913.00
B. Cochran24020.00
R. Bryant11515.00
L. Peterson11313.00
L. Weisbecker177.00
J. Bowers1001.00
M. Harris8000
B. Lane7000
D. Johnson8000
J. Anderson71.000
D. Parker31.000
P. Barrett42.000
J. Pollard4000
E. Jones939143.41
L. Peterson12121.00
M. Harris155.00
Stanford Cardinal
S. Williams12/2214520
C. Humphrey1/21900
G. Cason201859.21
W. Brown11595.32
S. Williams9-19-2.11
K. Purcell6528.60
C. Humphrey2-4-2.00
K. Young24020.00
A. Johnson25929.50
M. Davenport34013.30
K. Jackson37424.61
M. Moore24422.01
G. Cason1-4-4.00
W. Brown133.00
T. Bradford1-4-4.00
R. Mitchell199.00
J. Hicks122.00
C. Webb4000
G. Fisher6000
C. McBride3000
A. Edwards21.000
A. Grant4010
T. Miller21.000
T. Simmons2000
M. Ross1010
D. Wilson1010
K. Estes2010
C. Clayton3/36/61545
J. Rouse417243.01
D. Wilson13535.00
A. Johnson11010.00

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