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Old 02-07-2012, 03:17 PM   #305
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#17 Washington @ #7 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 17, 2015




Cardinal is top dog against UW
Defense wins the day for Stanford against Pac-12 North foe

PALO ALTO, CA - Washington entered the game against Stanford looking to make a statement that they were ready to get over the hump.

Instead they were used as fodder for a Stanford defense that appears to be hitting its stride.

The Cardinal turned a tight first half into a second half blowout, holding Washington's powerful running attack to -30 yards net rushing in a 34-10 blowout victory in front of the home faithful at Stanford Stadium. Stanford's own rushing game was a force as usual, aided by a surprising 61 yard touchdown dash by quarterback Shane Williams. The offense as a whole though, wasn't at the top of its game, seemingly content to let the defense take point on this day.

"I thought today was a great effort all around," Coach Kudron said. "I mean, yeah, people can look at the box score and see we didn't have a big day throwing the ball, but the need didn't present itself. We were running the ball well all game, and our defense had a great day. It's always about running the ball and stopping the run here at Stanford, and we did both of those things well today. Hard to complain."

Washington Huskies at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 17, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#17 Washington Huskies (5-1, 2-1)030710
#7 Stanford Cardinal (6-1, 4-1)010141034
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense234398
Rushing Yards-30272
Passing Yards264126
First Downs1113
Punt Return Yards1941
Kick Return Yards2048
Total Yards273487
Turnovers21
3rd Down Converstion2-135-13
4th Down Conversion2-32-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/11/2
Penalties3-252-20
Posession Time20:4527:15
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGWASHSTAN
10:48(STAN) Williams, 61 yard run (Clayton kick)07
6:34(WASH) McFarland, 28 yard FG37
0:00(STAN) Clayton, 32 yard FG310
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGWASHSTAN
7:41(STAN) Brown, 6 yard run (Clayton kick)317
5:11(STAN) Williams, 37 yard pass to Johnson (Clayton kick)324
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGWASHSTAN
11:15(STAN) Clayton, 30 yard FG327
8:10(STAN) Williams, 22 yard pass to Davenport (Clayton kick)334
7:16(WASH) Brown, 9 yard pass to Campbell (McFarland kick)1034
Washington Huskies
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
D. Brown13/2325810
T. Everett1/2600
N. McFarland0/1000
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
B. Sankey1480.50
D. Brown12-38-3.10
R. Hall4-4-1.00
W. Thompson144.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
R. Culver511022.00
P. Campbell4287.01
B. Sankey29246.00
J. Perkins2199.50
W. Thompson11515.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
R. Davis9000
J. Sample8000
D. Shelton41.000
M. Peters4000
M. Lyons71.000
C. Waller31.000
C. Rush4000
J. Finau2000
N. Elliott3010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
N. McFarland1/11/1428
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
N. McFarland729742.42
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
B. Sankey12020.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
B. Sankey3196.30
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
S. Williams8/1912621
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
K. Young201316.50
S. Williams10646.41
W. Brown77210.21
K. Purcell111.00
J. Hicks144.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Bradford23417.00
J. Hicks273.50
K. Jackson22613.00
M. Davenport12222.01
A. Johnson13737.01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
T. Simmons101.000
C. Webb61.000
T. Galloway6000
G. Fisher7000
A. Turner7000
K. Estes5000
M. Turner31.000
A. Edwards41.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
C. Clayton2/24/41032
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse523747.40
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Wilson24824.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
A. Johnson34113.60
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Week 8 Recap

Week 8 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Oregon 38, #10 Boise State 31 (OT)
#21 Illinois 38, #2 Nebraska 20
#8 Michigan 36, #3 Michigan State 29
#4 TCU 41, Iowa State 0
#5 Mississippi State 21, Texas A&M 16
#6 USF 28, UCF 3
#7 Stanford 34, #17 Washington 10
Idaho 45, #9 Utah 42
#11 USC 37, Arizona State 36
#12 Boston College 28, Wake Forest 21
#13 Oklahoma 37, Kansas 23
#14 Auburn 59, Southern Miss 7
#15 Alabama 36, Ole Miss 13
#16 Texas 35, Baylor 21
Navy 42, #18 Rutgers 37
Notre Dame 27, #19 Florida 21
#20 Wisconsin 33, Minnesota 17
#22 California 25, Washington State 3
#23 Georgia 13, Vanderbilt 7
#24 Air Force 31, Cincinnati 28


Week 8 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#7 Stanford 34, #17 Washington 10D. Brown (WASH): 258K. Young (STAN): 131R. Culver (WASH): 110
Colorado 30, San Diego State 29B. Woods (SDSU): 308M. Creer (COL): 110L. Clark (SDSU): 140
Oregon State 17, BYU 6C. Jones (BYU): 200S. Allen (BYU): 158K. Johnson (BYU): 66
#1 Oregon 38, #10 Boise State 31 (OT)M. Mariota (ORE): 220D. Morrow (BSU): 104S. Olson (BSU): 87
#11 USC 37, Arizona State 36M. Wittek (USC): 353I. Fields (USC): 144M. Jacobs (USC): 160
Idaho 45, #9 Utah 42B. Williams (UTAH): 164T. Handley (IDAHO): 134N. West (UTAH): 285
Arizona 38, Nevada 28T. Parham (ARIZ): 229C. Gibson (NEV): 132K. Dunlap (ARIZ): 112
Ohio 34, UCLA 27W. Whitehead (OHIO): 291S. Robinson (UCLA): 118K. Wilson (OHIO): 80
#22 California 25, Washington State 3M. Allen (CAL): 265B. Ernst (CAL): 142J. Rush (CAL): 119


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 18, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Oregn (32)601496
25Mississippi State (22)601264
34TCU (4)701206
46USF (1)501143
58Michigan511039
67Stanford61988
712Boston College (2)70911
83Michigan State61910
92Nebraska51873
1011USC61827
1113Oklahoma51763
1221Illinois70756
1314Auburn51716
1415Alabama61681
1510Boise State52669
1616Texas41652
179Utah42554
1820Wisconsin42487
1924Air Force50486
20NRIdaho40442
2117Washington51437
2222California43408
2323Georgia52393
2425LSU42308
25NRVirginia51295


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 18, 2015
RKTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1Oregon601.000
2Mississippi State600.994
3TCU700.989
4Michigan510.981
5USF500.977
6Stanford610.969
7Michigan State610.956
8USC619.952
9Nebraska510.944
10Boston College700.943


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 18, 2015
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Bobby MarshallHBBoston College1158 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 10 TDs
Kelly MorganHBTCU837 rushing yards, 5.9 YPC, 9 TDs
Shane WilliamsQBStanford1621 passing yards, 57%, 16 TDs, 5 INTs, 176 rushing yards, 5 TDs
Bishop SankeyHBWashington578 rushing yards, 5.1 YPC, 7 TDs, 282 receiving yards, 4 TDs
Andrew FarrisHBNebraska664 rushing yards, 6.4 YPC, 9 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 18, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 Oregon6-01.0003-0216114W6
#6 Stanford6-10.8504-1314127W3
#21 Washington5-10.8302-1215100L1
Oregon State4-20.6602-1133126W4
#15 Boise State5-20.7103-2214149L2
#22 California4-30.5702-2189147W2
BYU1-50.1600-394154L3
Washington State1-50.1600-389177L1


Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 18, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#10 USC6-10.8505-1204129W5
Colorado5-10.8302-1214153W1
#17 Utah4-20.6602-1184160L2
Arizona State4-30.5702-2226157L1
UCLA3-40.4202-2168175L1
Arizona2-40.3301-2172198W1
Nevada4-40.5002-4185218L1
San Diego State0-60.0000-675191L6
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Stanford goes one for two with DeMatha duo

October 20, 2015

The Washington Catholic Athletic Conference in the Washington Metropolitan Area around the nation's capital has become one of Stanford coach Brian Kudron's favorite recruiting grounds; particularly Maryland rivals Our Lady of Good Counsel in Olney and DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, as both schools are talent factories that send numerous players to D-1 college football every season. Third year sophomores Garrett Cason and AJ Grant are Good Counsel alums currently enjoying breakout seasons in the starting lineup for the Cardinal, while DeMatha product Jarrett Green is a redshirt freshman with an exceptionally bright future.

Stanford returned to DeMatha this year in search of two of the Stags' standout seniors - and will leave one for two. DeMatha is fertile ground for Stanford because of its traditionally prestigious academics, but even then, the rigorous Stanford admissions process inevitably turns some down. That appears to be the case with three-star DeMatha offensive tackle Carl Johnson, who, after favoring Stanford for the entire process, chose Florida State Tuesday. While the Stanford admissions office of course cannot comment on prospective students' transcripts and admissions status, this is a familiar script in Stanford recruiting: a prospect is heavily pursued by the Cardinal coaching staff, reciprocates interest, and then mysteriously commits to another school out of the blue. Adding two and two together, it seems logical that Johnson got bad news from Stanford, and chose FSU as his second choice.

However, the good news outweighs the bad in this case, as the most highly touted of DeMatha's senior class, four-star cornerback Louis Gray, was admitted to Stanford over the weekend, and ended his recruitment today, picking the Cardinal over South Carolina, Pittsburgh, Illinois, Florida, and others. Gray is decently sized at 5'11, 180 pounds, has good-not-great speed, and has exceptional awareness and tackling skills. He will join the long line of elite national-level cornerback recruits to head for the Farm under Brian Kudron's tenure.

Stanford Recruiting - October 20, 2015
NAMEPOSPOS. RANK
NATL. RANK
HOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Timothy BradleySS#16
NR
Glen Ellyn (IL) Glenbard West6'2205
Louis GrayCB#3
#44
Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha Catholic5'11180
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#6 Stanford @ Washington State
Martin Stadium
Pullman, WA
October 24, 2015




Pulling away in Pullman
Cougars put a scare in Stanford prior to 42-point run

PULLMAN, WA - The Cougars of Washington State are in the midst of the darkest period any Pac-12 team has ever had; it's been over five years since they won a conference game.

So for them to jump out to a 21-0 lead against powerful Stanford was more than just a little surprising.

But what happened after that wasn't. Stanford erased the deficit in a little over six minutes, and after Wazzu inched out a 24-21 lead in the third, Shane Williams took it from there, and the Cardinal ripped off six touchdowns in a row, turning a 21-0 deficit into a 63-24 laugher.

Williams' star continued to bloom as he threw for 560 yards and five touchdowns while running for two more. When it was all over, his coach was a bit flabbergasted.

"Well, I mean...we certainly need to start on time," Brian Kudron said. "Our attitude at the start of the game was terrible. We took our opponent for granted, we got too cocky and full of ourselves and reading our press clippings, and they punched us in the mouth for it. And we deserved it. Lucky for us, our guys got the message and found their focus. We've got a bye week coming up, and then the biggest test of our season, so we've got two weeks to erase whatever that was at the start of the day."

That biggest test he's talking about is top-ranked Oregon coming to the Farm on November 7th. Assuming the Ducks don't trip up beforehand, it should be the fifth time in five years under Coach Kudron that Stanford and Oregon will both be in the top 10 when they play.

Stanford Cardinal at Washington State Cougars
Oct 24, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#6 Stanford Cardinal (7-1, 5-1)021212163
Washington State Cougars (1-6, 0-4)1473024
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense718325
Rushing Yards158-47
Passing Yards560372
First Downs2216
Punt Return Yards638
Kick Return Yards6533
Total Yards789396
Turnovers32
3rd Down Converstion5-134-19
4th Down Conversion2-41-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/01/1
Penalties6-502-20
Posession Time31:3916:21
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSTANWSU
9:32(WSU) Laughrea, 15 yard pass to Evans (Garcia kick)07
5:40(WSU) White, 40 yard INT return (Garcia kick)014
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSTANWSU
10:57(WSU) Laughrea, 52 yard pass to Williams (Garcia kick)021
7:39(STAN) Cason, 1 yard run (Clayton kick)721
6:22(STAN) Williams, 36 yard pass to Bradford (Clayton kick)1421
1:10(STAN) Williams, 3 yard run (Clayton kick)2121
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSTANWSU
8:46(WSU) Garcia, 22 yard FG2124
5:01(STAN) Williams, 25 yard run (Clayton kick)2824
1:19(STAN) Williams, 50 yard pass to Jackson (Clayton kick)3524
1:07(STAN) Williams, 16 yard pass to Davenport (Clayton kick)4224
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSTANWSU
11:51(STAN) Williams, 67 yard pass to Harris (Clayton kick)4924
10:25(STAN) Williams, 81 yard pass to Johnson (Clayton kick)5624
6:13(STAN) Young, 2 yard run (Clayton kick)6324
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
S. Williams27/4756052
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
K. Purcell12685.60
S. Williams9161.72
G. Cason7284.01
K. Young5224.41
W. Brown2168.00
A. Johnson155.00
J. Hicks100.00
R. Mitchell133.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
K. Jackson922124.51
M. Davenport88110.11
G. Harris410125.21
A. Johnson18181.01
T. Bradford13636.01
M. Moore144.00
J. Hicks11111.00
G. Cason11010.00
R. Mitchell11515.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
C. Webb111.000
D. Wilson5000
T. Miller51.000
A. Turner5000
M. Turner61.010
J. Charles40.500
J. Arnold41.000
A. Hayes11.000
D. Church30.500
L. Pope11.000
M. Ross31.000
A. Grant2010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
C. Clayton0/09/99
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse420451.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Wilson35919.60
A. Johnson166.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
A. Johnson166.00
Washington State Cougars
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
J. Laughrea29/5237222
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
J. Laughrea13-51-3.90
D. Pearson7-3-0.40
D. Williams3-6-2.00
D. Whitworth2147.00
S. Evans100.00
B. Harris1-1-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Peters1113011.80
S. Evans77610.81
B. Harris46716.70
A. Smith33812.60
D. Williams26331.51
B. Miles1-1-1.00
D. Pearson1-1-1.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
T. Johnson81.000
J. Ellison8000
P. McClain10000
M. Gama81.000
M. Webb71.000
B. Scarlett91.500
S. White6020
S. Thomas40.500
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
C. Garcia1/23/3622
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
C. Garcia1036236.22
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Ellison12626.00
D. Pearson177.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Whitworth23517.50
T. Harrell133.00
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Week 9 Recap

Week 9 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Oregon 46, BYU 21
#2 Mississippi State 30, #24 LSU 24
#3 TCU 24, Baylor 17
#4 USF 31, SMU 22
#5 Michigan 31, Minnesota 26
#6 Stanford 63, Washington State 24
Virginia Tech 34, #7 Boston College 27
#8 Michigan State 40, Indiana 14
Penn State 13, #9 Nebraska 12
#10 USC 21, Notre Dame 18
#11 Oklahoma 28, Kansas State 21
#13 Auburn 27, Texas A&M 17
#14 Alabama 38, Tennessee 17
#15 Boise State 28, Oregon State 24
#16 Texas 45, Iowa State 15
#17 Utah 49, UCLA 35
#18 Wisconsin 27, Northwestern 17
#19 Air Force 24, Connecticut 21
#20 Idaho 19, Utah State 14
#22 California 13, #21 Washington 6
#23 Georgia 31, Missouri 14
#25 Virginia 63, NC State 28


Week 9 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#6 Stanford 63, Washington State 24S. Williams (STAN): 560K. Purcell (STAN): 68K. Jackson (STAN): 221
#15 Boise State 28, Oregon State 24A. Owens (OSU): 232D. Morrow (BSU): 141J. Tompkins (BSU): 122
#1 Oregon 46, BYU 21D. Hill (ORE): 191S. Allen (BYU): 106C. French (ORE): 120
#12 Utah 49, UCLA 35B. Hundley (UCLA): 287B. Hundley (UCLA): 81D. Hodge (UCLA): 133
Colorado 39, Nevada 23C. Gibson (NEV): 129J. Owens (COL): 118L. Weisbecker (NEV): 115
Arizona 40, San Diego State 10T. Parham (ARIZ): 375T. Gray (ARIZ): 86P. Onwuasor (ARIZ): 133
#22 California 13, #21 Washington 6M. Allen (CAL): 151B. Sankey (WASH): 180J. Rush (CAL): 46
#10 USC 21, Notre Dame 18M. Wittek (USC): 211I. Fields (USC): 148C. Butler (USC): 82


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 25, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Mississippi State (40)701504
21Oregon (21)701495
33TCU801306
44USF601259
55Michigan611046
612Illinois701031
76Stanford711017
88Michigan State71918
910USC71849
1011Oklahoma61805
1113Auburn61712
1214Alabama71674
137Boston College71667
1415Boise State62637
1519Air Force60623
1616Texas51594
1717Utah52559
189Nebraska52550
1918Wisconsin52510
2020Idaho50501
2122California53407
22NRVirginia Tech61353
23NRPenn State53353
2423Georgia62346
2525Virginia61276


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 25, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Mississippi State700.997
21Oregon700.997
33TCU800.989
45USF600.977
54Michigan610.975
612Illinois700.972
76Stanford710.967
87Michigan State710.957
98USC710.956
1011Oklahoma610.950


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 25, 2015
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Shane WilliamsQBStanford2181 passing yards, 57%, 21 TDs, 7 INTs, 192 rushing yards, 7 TDs
Kelly MorganHBTCU1005 rushing yards, 5.9 YPC, 11 TDs
Jerome MendozaHBAlabama949 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 8 TDs
Andrew FarrisHBNebraska852 rushing yards, 7.0 YPC, 10 TDs
Bishop SankeyHBWashington758 rushing yards, 5.5 YPC, 7 TDs, 289 receiving yards, 4 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 25, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#2 Oregon7-01.0004-0262135W7
#7 Stanford7-10.8705-1377151W4
#14 Boise State6-20.7504-2242173W1
#21 California5-30.6203-2202153W3
Washington5-20.7102-2221113L2
Oregon State4-30.5702-2157154L1
Washington State1-60.1400-4113240L2
BYU1-60.1400-4115200L4


Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 25, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#9 USC7-10.8705-1225147W6
Colorado6-10.8503-1253176W2
#17 Utah5-20.7103-1233195W1
Arizona State4-30.5702-2226157L1
Arizona3-40.4202-2212208W2
UCLA3-50.3702-3203224L2
Nevada4-50.4402-5208257L2
San Diego State0-70.0000-785231L7
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Parker plots a course for Palo Alto

October 27, 2015

Stanford had set its sights on Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha star Carl Johnson as its primary offensive line target in the 2016 class, but when Johnson abruptly committed to Florida State amidst rumors that he didn't pass through Stanford's admissions office, plans had to change.

Thankfully, Stanford didn't have to wait long nor travel far to find a more than suitable replacement. Outside the DMV, a couple hundred miles to the south, Virginia Beach (VA) Bayside offensive tackle Jeremy Parker, the 12th-ranked offensive tackle in the nation, has pledged his services to the Cardinal, making him the third member of Stanford's 2016 crop.

"It wasn't an easy decision, because I always thought I'd be staying closer to home for school," the 6'6, 320-pound Parker said. "But when a school as prestigious as Stanford comes calling, you have to re-evaluate your priorities. I really bonded with Coach Kudron, and aside from selling me on Stanford's academics and their offensive line play, he made me feel at home, which put me and my family at ease about me going so far away for college. So once I got word that I was admitted, that was the clincher, and I committed as soon as I heard."

Parker's commitment stems the tide of sour news regarding offensive line recruiting for Stanford. Aside from Johnson's sudden pledge to Florida State, several other notable Stanford targets recently fell off the board: 4* Libertyville (IL) guard Billy Powers committed to South Carolina, 4* Indian Hills (NV) guard Terrance Green committed to USC, 3* Zion (IL) Zion Benton tackle/guard Shaun Means committed to Northwestern, and 3* Sugar Land (TX) Dulles center Greg Newton opted to stay close to home at the University of Houston. These setbacks may lead to an offer going out to Darren Johnson of Mountain View High School in Vancouver, Washington.

Stanford Recruiting - October 27, 2015
NAMEPOSPOS. RANK
NATL. RANK
HOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Timothy BradleySS#16
NR
Glen Ellyn (IL) Glenbard West6'2205
Louis GrayCB#3
#44
Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha Catholic5'11180
Jeremy Parker
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Virginia Beach (VA)
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Week 10 Recap

Week 10 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Mississippi State 48, Kentucky 3
#2 Oregon 41, Washington State 0
#15 Air Force 37, #4 USF 35
#5 Michigan 37, Purdue 10
#23 Penn State 44, #6 Illinois 27
#8 Michigan State 38, #18 Nebraska 24
#10 Oklahoma 55, Iowa State 0
#11 Auburn 43, LSU 20
#13 Boston College 24, NC State 20
#16 Texas 52, Kansas 20
Arizona 21, #17 Utah 7
#19 Wisconsin 37, Ohio State 20
#20 Idaho 42, San Jose State 32
#22 Virginia Tech 38, Duke 10
#24 Georgia 38, Florida 35 (OT)
Miami-FL 38, #25 Virginia 10


Week 10 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Wyoming 30, San Diego State 15A. Porter (WYO): 317D. Harwick (SDSU): 101N. Lott (WYO): 123
BYU 42, Colorado 15S. Dorman (COL): 272B. Romero (BYU): 97N. Spruce (COL): 154
#2 Oregon 41, Washington State 0M. Mariota (ORE): 162S. Fletcher (ORE): 109J. Peters (WSU): 87
Arizona 21, #17 Utah 7D. Ingram (ARIZ): 205T. Gray (ARIZ): 77W. Kirby (UTAH): 91
Nevada 24, Arizona State 21M. Eubank (ASU): 162K. Watson (NEV): 143B. Thompson (ASU): 73
Washington 30, Oregon State 7T. Everett (WASH): 215D. Rankin (OSU): 89J. Perkins (WASH): 112


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 1, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Mississippi State (36)801500
22Oregon (230801455
33TCU (1)801344
45Michigan711084
58Michigan State811000
67Stanford71990
79USC71910
815Air Force (1)70909
94USF61874
1010Oklahoma71870
1111Auburn71831
1212Alabama71792
1313Boston College81766
146Illinois71749
1514Boise State62705
1616Texas61649
1720Idaho60548
1819Wisconsin62519
1923Penn State63483
2021California53438
2122Virginia Tech71431
2224Georgia72371
2318Nebraska53297
24NRWashington62271
25NRGeorgia Tech71256


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 1, 2015
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Mississippi State800.997
22Oregon800.997
33TCU800.989
45Michigan710.981
514Air Force700.972
67Stanford710.972
78Michigan State810.972
89USC710.964
910Oklahoma710.948
1011Auburn710.944


Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 1, 2015
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Shane WilliamsQBStanford2181 passing yards, 57%, 21 TDs, 7 INTs, 192 rushing yards, 7 TDs
Bobby MarshallHBBoston College1257 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 11 TDs
Kelly MorganHBTCU1005 rushing yards, 5.9 YPC, 11 TDs
Daniel WestHBMichigan State862 rushing yards, 6.7 YPC, 11 TDs
Jerome MendozaHBAlabama949 rushing yards, 6.0 YPC, 8 TDs, 180 receiving yards, 2 TDs


Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 1, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#2 Oregon8-01.0005-0303135W8
#6 Stanford7-10.8705-1377151W4
#15 Boise State6-20.7504-2242173W1
#24 Washington6-20.7503-2251120W1
#20 California5-30.6203-2202153W3
Oregon State4-40.5002-3164184L2
BYU2-60.2501-4157215W1
Washington State1-70.1200-5113281L3


Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 1, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#7 USC7-10.8705-1225147W6
Colorado6-20.7503-2268218L1
Arizona4-40.5003-2233215W3
Utah5-30.6203-2240216L1
Arizona State4-40.5002-3247181L2
UCLA3-50.3702-3203224L2
Nevada5-50.5003-5232278W1
San Diego State0-80.0000-7100261L8
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#2 Oregon Ducks
(8-0 (5-0), 4-0 Away)
#6 Stanford Cardinal
(7-1 (5-1), 4-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
450.4Total Offensive Yards536.3
197.4Passing Yards277.4
253.0Rushing Yards258.9
37.8Points Per Game47.1
21Passing TD21
17Rushing TD23
195First Downs158
44Red Zone Attempts43
30-4Red Zone TD-FG23-12
77Red Zone Percentage81
Defensive Stats Comparison
343.3Total Yards Allowed301.0
214.5Passing Yards Allowed269.6
128.8Rushing Yards Allowed31.4
135Points Allowed151
26Sacks36
1Fumble Recoveries9
10Interceptions12
16.9Points Per Game18.9
21Red Zone Attempts15
9-2Red Zone TD-FG7-4
52Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report
Andre Yruretagoyena, RT, strained achilles
Questionable
Ryan Mitchell, WR, strained back
Out
Game Notes
Brian Kudron's 3-1 record against Oregon is impressive enough; it's even more impressive when all four meetings have been when both teams were ranked, with the lowest ranking for either team being when Stanford was #15 in 2012. The three wins have all come in heart-stopping fashion, from a last minute touchdown in 2011, an overtime win in 2013, and the famous Gary Harris touchdown on the final play of the game in the snowstorm at Autzen last year. Two of the three wins (2011 and 2014) have been #1 vs. #2 matchups. This year's edition is "only" the 2nd ranked Ducks trying to break #6 Stanford's 40 game winning streak on The Farm.


The Ducks are quarterbacked by fifth year senior Marcus Mariota, who has done a decent job protecting the ball (16 touchdowns to 7 interceptions). He's also a solid runner, averaging 5.7 yards a carry while racking up 494 yards, third on the team behind the two junior running backs who share the workload, Steve Fletcher (702 yards, 6.6 YPC, 7 TDs) and Barry Brooks (555, 6.0, 5). At wideout, the Ducks have an abundance of talent: Tacoi Sumler is perhaps the fastest player in the nation, while sophomores Travis Matthews and Tim Brooks are big, physical targets. Senior tight end Christian French is the #1 target though; it's a testament to Kevin Jackson and Marcus Davenport that French is perhaps the third best tight end in this game. Oregon's leading receiver has 423 yards and six touchdowns, while averaging 16.9 yards per catch.


On defense, Oregon's line is unremarkable but reliable. The playmaking comes from the linebackers, where junior SAM George Barrett has 50 tackles, 17 TFL, and five sacks, and senior WILL Tyson Coleman has four sacks of his own thanks to his safety-like speed. In the middle, junior Lamar Harvey is one of the hardest hitters in the conference.


In the secondary, the Ducks have an elite trio of cornerbacks, led by Thorpe semifinalist Courtney Weber, who leads the Pac-12 with six interceptions and is a projected first round pick. Senior Ifo Ekpre-Olomu and sophomore Eric Morales round out the trio; all three have elite cover skills and would be the #1 corner on almost any other team in the Pac-12. The Ducks are younger at safety: junior Terrance Warren is in his first year starting, and free safety Willie Gibson, while being immensely talented, is a true freshman.


Oregon Depth Chart
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRTacoi Sumler (r-SR, 5'9, 180, 93)Johnny Williams (r-SO, 6'1, 177, 87)
TEChristian French (r-SR, 6'5, 246, 99)Patrick Baker (FR, 6'5, 275, 69)
LTDaniel Mason (r-SO, 6'6, 339, 85)
LGMark Carter (r-SO, 6'2, 304, 78)
CCorey Wade (r-JR, 6'3, 300, 92)
RGMatt Clayton (SO, 6'4, 286, 83)
RTAndre Yruretagoyena (r-SR, 6'5, 302, 91)
WRTravis Matthews (r-SO, 6'3, 201, 90)Steve Flynn (r-SO, 6'2, 186, 86)
QBMarcus Mariota (r-SR, 6'4, 204, 88)Darrell Hill (r-JR, 5'11, 203, 87)
WRTim Brooks (r-SO, 6'1, 211, 89)
HBBarry Brooks (JR, 5'10, 199, 89)Steve Fletcher (r-JR, 5'10, 175, 81)
Base 4-3 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDEBrad Davis (SR, 6'5, 226, 89)Sam Kemp (r-SR, 6'4, 258, 79)
LDTAshton Cameron (JR, 6'0, 287, 84)Todd Jones (r-SO, 6'5, 291, 82)
RDTDonald Douglas (SO, 6'5, 276, 83)Eric White (r-JR, 6'2, 311, 82)
RDEJason Horne (r-JR, 6'4, 273, 82)Sam Kemp (r-SR, 6'4, 258, 79)
WLBTyson Coleman (r-SR, 6'1, 217, 90)Eric Anderson (FR, 6'0, 188, 77)
MLBLamar Harvey (r-JR, 6'3, 247, 88)Josh Nichols (JR, 6'2, 226, 77)
SLBGeorge Barrett (r-JR, 6'1, 205, 90)Adam Webb (r-JR, 6'2, 217, 87)
CBCourtney Weber (r-JR, 5'10, 167, 94)Eric Morales (r-SO, 6'1, 188, 90)
SSTerrance Warren (r-JR, 5'10, 185, 87)Joe Strong (r-FR, 6'0, 195, 83)
FSWillie Gibson (FR, 6'0, 175, 78)Eric Morales (r-SO, 6'1, 188, 86)
CBIfo Ekpre-Olomu (r-SR, 5'10, 184, 91)Sylvester Lilly (FR, 5'11, 175, 77)
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KSteve Madison (JR, 6'0, 191, 91)
PReggie Simpson (JR, 6'1, 206, 93)
PRTacoi Sumler (r-SR, 5'9, 180, 99)Travis Matthews (r-SO, 6'3, 201, 99)
KRTacoi Sumler (r-SR, 5'9, 180, 99)Travis Matthews (r-SO, 6'3, 201, 99)


Official Visitors: Oregon @ Stanford
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Kirkwood
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Mike HarrisFSNoLaguna Hills (CA)6'4199
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Hamilton
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Carlos RobertsDTYesSierra Vista (AZ)
Buena
6'0316
Sean ConleyQBYesWest Bloomfield (MI)
St. Mary's
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Evan ArringtonOLBNoPittsburgh (PA)
Penn Hills
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