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Old 11-09-2011, 02:43 PM   #25
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Week 6 Recap

Week 6 Scoreboard
#1 Alabama 43, Vanderbilt 17
#2 Oklahoma 29, Texas 21
#3 Oregon 44, California 27
#4 Texas A&M 40, Texas Tech 24
#5 Stanford 48, Colorado 0
#7 Nebraska 24, #17 Ohio State 19
#8 LSU 35, #23 Florida 7
#9 Oklahoma State 35, Kansas 16
#11 Florida State 31, Wake Forest 14
#12 South Carolina 45, Kentucky 17
#19 Arkansas 31, #13 Auburn 18
#14 Fresno State 31, Fresno State 10
#15 Air Force 28, Notre Dame 7
San Diego State 41, #16 TCU 36
#18 Michigan 28, Northwestern 20
Miami-FL 33, #20 Virginia Tech 14
Kansas State 42, #21 Missouri 3
#22 UCF 24, Marshall 16
#24 Penn State 24, Iowa 10
#25 NC State 45, Central Michigan 6

Week 6 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#5 Stanford 48, Colorado 0A. Luck (STAN): 394S. Taylor (STAN): 85C. Fleener (STAN): 135
#3 Oregon 44, California 27Z. Maynard (CAL): 291L. James (ORE): 85K. Allen (CAL): 81
Oregon State 35, Arizona 30N. Foles (ARIZ): 367K. Antolin (ARIZ): 66J. Rodgers (OSU): 162
UCLA 37, Washington State 34 (2 OT)K. Prince (UCLA): 208K. Prince (UCLA): 95C. Harkey (UCLA): 109
Arizona State 17, Utah 10B. Osweiler (ASU): 172H. Langi (UTAH): 92D. Anderson (UTAH): 58

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 9, 2011
11Alabama (34)601498
23Oregon (25)501402
32Oklahoma (1)501365
45Stanford (1)501308
56Michigan State501308
64Texas A&M501264
99Oklahoma State41891
1111Florida State41821
1212South Carolina51771
1414Boise State41701
1515Air Force50698
2024Penn State51322
2117Ohio State33293
2225NC State51288
25NRGeorgia Tech51188

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 9, 2011
Spencer WareHBLSU655 rushing yards, 5.2 YPC, 9 TDs
Stephen GarciaQBSouth Carolina1613 passing yards, 21 TDs, 4 INTs
Darron ThomasQBOregon1058 passing yards, 12 TDs, 2 INTs, 290 rushing yards, 5 TDs
Jason FordHBIllinois568 rushing yards, 5.9 YPC, 10 TDs, 340 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Eddie LacyHBAlabama623 rushing yards, 6.6 YPC, 7 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 9, 2011
#4 Stanford5-01.0003-022927W5
#2 Oregon5-01.0002-021487W5
Oregon State2-30.4001-2128133W1
Washington State1-40.2000-2109174L4
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Old 11-09-2011, 02:58 PM   #26
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Matchup Preview | October 15, 2011
#4 Stanford Cardinal
(5-0, 2-0 Away)
Washington State Cougars
(1-4, 1-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3087Total Yards2428
2769Total Offensive Yards1514
1605Passing Yards870
1164Rushing Yards644
45.8Points Per Game21.8
14Passing TD7
10Rushing TD5
89First Downs90
23Red Zone Attempts19
10-10Red Zone TD-FG8-6
86Red Zone Percentage73
Defensive Stats Comparison
1203Total Yards Allowed2030
995Passing Yards Allowed1284
208Rushing Yards Allowed746
27Points Allowed174
3Fumble Recoveries3
5.4Points Per Game34.8
5Red Zone Attempts22
0-1Red Zone TD-FG12-7
20Red Zone Percentage86
Injury Report

Anthony Laurenzi, DT, sprained ankle

CJ Mizell, MLB, foot fracture
Out for season
Game Notes
You never want to take any opponent lightly, but this is perhaps the biggest mismatch of the season. Stanford is 2nd in the Pac-12 in total offense, 3rd in passing, 1st in rushing, 1st in points per game, 1st in total defense, 5th in pass defense, 1st in run defense, 1st in scoring defense, 1st in red zone offense, 1st in red zone defense, and 2nd in 3rd down conversions. Washington State, on the other hand, is last in total offense, last in passing offense, 11th in rushing, last in scoring, 10th in total defense, 11th in pass defense, 10th in run defense, 11th in scoring defense, 8th in red zone offense, 11th in red zone defense, and last in 3rd down offense. The two teams could not be further apart.
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#4 Stanford @ Washington State
Martin Stadium
Pullman, WA
October 15, 2011

Business as usual for Stanford
Cardinal doesn't give an inch against Washington State

PULLMAN, WA - All week long, Stanford coach Brian Kudron tried his best to hammer his players about not taking Washington State lightly, about focusing on the task at hand and not looking ahead to Washington next week, or USC after that.

His team listened. Stanford marched right down the field on their opening possession and put a touchdown on the board, and save for one offensive miscue that resulted in a sack and an Andrew Luck fumble that was returned for a touchdown, Washington State never threatened to score, as Stanford continued rolling, 48-7.

Luck threw two touchdowns, while Anthony Wilkerson ran for three. The Cardinal defense was on fire, registering eight sacks and collecting five turnovers, the last of which was returned for a touchdown by Chase Thomas.

As previously mentioned, things get significantly more important from here, as Washington comes to The Farm next week, and then Stanford faces powerful USC in the Coliseum in Los Angeles.

Stanford Cardinal at Washington State Cougars
Oct 15, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#4 Stanford Cardinal (6-0, 4-0)714101748
Washington State Cougars (1-5, 0-3)70007
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense415136
Rushing Yards26721
Passing Yards148105
First Downs209
Punt Return Yards926
Kick Return Yards64128
Total Yards488290
3rd Down Converstion3-125-16
4th Down Conversion0-10-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/10/0
Posession Time31:4816:12
Scoring Summary
10:23(STAN) Wilkerson, 9 yard run (Williamson kick)70
0:49(WSU) Clayton, 24 yard fumble return (Furney kick)77
4:36(STAN) Luck, 13 yard pass to Owusu (Williamson kick)147
2:14(STAN) Luck, 16 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)217
10:22(STAN) Wilkerson, 24 yard run (Williamson kick)287
5:32(STAN) Williamson, 44 yard FG317
7:25(STAN) Williamson, 29 yard FG347
3:13(STAN) Wilkerson, 16 yard run (Williamson kick)417
0:37(STAN) C. Thomas, 55 yard fumble return (Williamson kick)487
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck14/2514820
S. Taylor15895.90
A. Wilkerson141299.23
A. Luck1080.80
J. Stewart22412.00
R. Hewitt2178.50
C. Fleener7639.01
C. Owusu33210.61
L. Toilolo12424.00
G. Meinken144.00
G. Whalen11414.00
A. Wilkerson11111.00
M. Bergen111.000
M. Thomas5000
B. Gardner61.500
M. Masifilo62.010
T. Stephens52.500
S. Skov7000
C. Thomas4001
B. Browning2020
J. Mauro11.000
J. Williamson2/26/61244
D. Zychlinski629048.30
C. Owusu13535.00
T. Montgomery12929.00
D. Terrell199.00
Washington State Cougars
J. Tuel11/249902
M. Lobbestael1/2601
L. Mitz18573.10
J. Tuel16-26-1.60
M. Wilson4328.00
I. Barton33110.30
S. Stormo284.00
L. Mitz166.00
B. Ratliff199.00
J. Karstetter11919.00
A. Hoffman Ellis12000
T. Toomer10000
B. Rankin6000
T. Long61.000
D. Bucannon13000
E. Oertel71.000
J. Clayton33.001
A. Furney0/01/11
A. Furney1045645.61
M. Wilson412832.00
M. Wilson22613.00
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Week 7 Recap

Week 7 Scoreboard
Ole Miss 17, #1 Alabama 10
#2 Oregon 38, Arizona State 14
#3 Oklahoma 42, Kansas 3
#4 Stanford 48, Washington State 7
#13 Michigan 35, #5 Michigan State 21
#6 Texas A&M 52, Baylor 20
Tennessee 32, #8 LSU 24
#9 Oklahoma State 54, Texas 16
#10 Wisconsin 40, Indiana 10
#11 Florida State 48, Duke 24
Mississippi State 24, #12 South Carolina 17
#14 Boise State 52, Colorado State 24
San Diego State 29, #15 Air Force 13
Florida 21, #17 Auburn 7
#18 UCF 35, SMU 25
#19 Miami-FL 35, North Carolina 20
#20 Penn State 31, Purdue 13
Illinois 26, #21 Ohio State 6
#24 Georgia 38, Vanderbilt 17
#25 Georgia Tech 24, Virginia 17

Week 7 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#4 Stanford 48, Washington State 7A. Luck (STAN): 148A. Wilkerson (STAN): 129C. Fleener (STAN): 63
USC 21, California 10M. Barkley (USC): 260C. DeBoskie-Johnson (CAL): 100M. Tyler (USC): 98
#2 Oregon 38, Arizona State 14B. Osweiler (ASU): 222L. James (ORE): 120M. Willie (ASU): 103
Washington 38, Colorado 21K. Price (WASH): 212T. Jones (COL): 112D. Aguilar (WASH): 81
Pittsburgh 41, Utah 14T. Sunseri (PITT): 260R. Graham (PITT): 116M. Shanahan (PITT): 98
Oregon State 24, BYU 10R. Katz (OSU): 302J. Jenkins (OSU): 55M. Wheaton (OSU): 168

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 16, 2011
12Oregon (38)601502
24Stanford (22)601423
33Oklahoma (1)601365
56Texas A&M601215
79Oklahoma State51959
911Florida State51865
105Michigan State51830
1214Boise State51737
1720Penn State61476
1812South Carolina52399
1922NC State51392
2015Air Force51367
2525Georgia Tech61286

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 16, 2011
Jason FordHBIllinois650 rushing yards, 5.6 YPC, 12 TDs, 343 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon1211 passing yards, 17 TDs, 2 INTs, 349 rushing yards, 5 TDs
Ryan TannehillQBTexas A&M1557 passing yards, 14 TDs, 3 INTs, 496 rushing yards, 5 TDs
Silas ReddHBPenn State662 rushing yards, 5.8 YPC, 10 TDs
Stephen GarciaQBSouth Carolina1823 passing yards, 22 TDs, 6 INTs, 417 rushing yards, TD

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 16, 2011
#2 Stanford6-01.0004-027734W6
#1 Oregon6-01.0003-0252101W6
Oregon State3-30.5001-2152143W2
Washington State1-50.1600-3116222L5
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Matchup Preview | October 22, 2011
Washington Huskies
(4-2, 1-1 Away)
Stanford Cardinal
(6-0, 3-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3259Total Yards3575
2583Total Offensive Yards3184
1331Passing Yards1753
1252Rushing Yards1431
31.0Points Per Game46.1
12Passing TD16
11Rushing TD13
137First Downs109
29Red Zone Attempts29
18-6Red Zone TD-FG14-11
82Red Zone Percentage86
Defensive Stats Comparison
1864Total Yards Allowed1339
1041Passing Yards Allowed1100
823Rushing Yards Allowed239
115Points Allowed34
2Fumble Recoveries5
19.2Points Per Game5.7
13Red Zone Attempts5
9-0Red Zone TD-FG0-1
69Red Zone Percentage20
Injury Report
Senio Kelemete, LT, strained knee

Game Notes
Stanford's coaches and players will never admit it publically, but they've been on high alert about the looming matchup with Washington for a couple weeks now, and for good reason. The Huskies are a very talented squad and are anxious to prove themselves against a big name opponent like Stanford. Sophomore quarterback Keith Price has a 12 to 3 TD to interception ratio, and is completing his passes at a 60% clip. The Huskies' bread and butter, however, is the running game, led by bowling ball tailback Chris Polk (538 yards) and his understudy Jesse Callier (386). Jermaine Kearse and Devin Aguilar give the Huskies a pair of very solid wideouts, and freshman tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is a star in the making. One thing that could hinder UW's offense is the probable absence of left tackle Senio Kelemete.

Defensively, Washington has the size to match up against Stanford's mauling offensive line, especially in the middle with 334-pound defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu. The main question for Washington's defense will be the linebackers, who are very young and inexperienced outside of senior MIKE linebacker Cort Dennison. The Huskies' secondary is physical and fast, led by corners Desmond Trufant and Quinton Richardson, and safeties Nate Fellner and Sean Parker.
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Washington @ #2 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
October 22, 2011

Cardinal D flexes its muscles
Skov leads Stanford's defense in a smothering performance against Washington

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford's coaches were right.

All week long they told everyone who would listen that Washington was a talented and dangerous opponent, and the Huskies didn't disappoint, matching Stanford blow for blow in the trenches all game long, and doing what no other opponent had been able to do against the Cardinal this year: control the ball and win the time of possession battle.

But even then, Stanford's defense answered the bell, led by crushing linebacker Shayne Skov, who made a crucial interception in the red zone in the third quarter, snuffing out Washington's offense and propelling the Cardinal to a gritty 20-3 win.

"Shayne was our MVP today," coach Brian Kudron said. "He's one of our leaders on defense for a reason. We usually go as he goes, and he brought his A game today, and set the tone for our defense as a whole."

It was a sputtering, uneven day for Stanford's offense. Andrew Luck never got into a rhythm, the running game was knocked off balance by Washington's defense, and the lack of any sustained drive stifled the offense's efforts for most of the day. The Cardinal defense never relented though, and that was enough for Luck to connect on two touchdown passes, both off screen plays, to Chris Owusu and Stepfan Taylor.

The competition continues to ratchet up next week, as the Cardinal heads south to Los Angeles to face the still-dangerous and still-talented USC Trojans.

Washington Huskies at Stanford Cardinal
Oct 22, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Washington Huskies (4-3, 2-2)30003
#2 Stanford Cardinal (7-0, 5-0)0130720
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense274289
Rushing Yards10985
Passing Yards165204
First Downs148
Punt Return Yards913
Kick Return Yards7867
Total Yards361369
3rd Down Converstion8-194-13
4th Down Conversion2-41-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/10/2
Posession Time28:0419:56
Scoring Summary
4:51(WASH) Folk, 28 yard FG30
7:54(STAN) Williamson, 23 yard FG33
4:02(STAN) Luck, 50 yard pass to Owusu (Williamson kick)310
0:33(STAN) Williamson, 26 yard FG313
4:41(STAN) Luck, 39 yard pass to Taylor (Williamson kick)320
Washington Huskies
K. Price9/1911601
N . Montana5/114900
J. Callier21713.30
K. Price7233.20
C. Polk6193.10
D. Cooper5132.60
N. Montana3-17-5.60
D. Aguilar4246.00
A. Seferian-Jenkins37023.30
J. Johnson34013.30
J. Kearse23216.00
K. Smith144.00
J. Callier1-5-5.00
S. Parker7000
C. Dennison7000
A. Ta'amu5000
H. Jamora51.000
A. Gobern51.000
E. Folk1/10/0328
K. Rasp415538.70
J. Callier24723.50
K. Smith13131.00
D. Aguilar199.00
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck9/1920420
S. Taylor0/1000
S. Taylor16734.50
A. Luck581.60
A. Wilkerson3-3-1.00
C. Owusu144.00
T. Gaffney133.00
G. Whalen35016.60
C. Owusu26633.01
S. Taylor13939.01
L. Toilolo13434.00
R. Hewitt144.00
C. Fleener11111.00
B. Gardner83.000
M. Masifilo101.500
C. Thomas51.000
D. Howell9000
B. Browning6000
M. Bergen7000
T. Stephens40.500
S. Skov11010
T. Murphy7000
M. Thomas5000
J. Williamson2/42/2826
D. Zychlinski525050.01
T. Montgomery14040.00
C. Owusu12727.00
D. Terrell2136.50
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Week 8 Recap

Week 8 Scoreboard
#1 Oregon 35, Colorado 10
#2 Stanford 20, Washington 3
#3 Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 10
#4 Nebraska 12, Minnesota 7
#5 Texas A&M 45, Iowa State 24
#7 Oklahoma State 40, Missouri 28
#8 Wisconsin 31, #10 Michigan State 7
Maryland 21, #9 Florida State 10
#22 Tennessee 38, #11 Alabama 35 (OT)
#12 Boise State 31, #20 Air Force 0
Ole Miss 34, #13 Arkansas 20
#14 UCF 42, UAB 35
#15 LSU 50, Auburn 20
#16 Miami-FL 20, #25 Georgia Tech 17
#17 Penn State 41, Northwestern 31
#19 NC State 41, Virginia 7
#21 TCU 49, New Mexico 0

Week 8 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#2 Stanford 20, Washington 3A. Luck (STAN): 204S. Taylor (STAN): 73A. Seferian-Jenkins (WASH): 70
Utah 31, California 22A. Bridgford (CAL): 161H. Langi (UTAH): 66S. Hagan (CAL): 78
Arizona 38, UCLA 20N. Foles (ARIZ): 305J. Franklin (UCLA): 86J. Criner (ARIZ): 91
#1 Oregon 35, Colorado 10Da. Thomas (ORE): 179T. Jones (COL): 100L. James (ORE): 94
USC 17, Notre Dame 13T. Rees (ND): 180M. Tyler (USC): 85T. Riddick (ND): 65
Oregon State 31, Washington State 9R. Katz (OSU): 351J. Jenkins (OSU): 152J. Halahuni (OSU): 120

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Oct 23, 2011
11Oregon (38)701502
22Stanford (22)701441
34Nebraska (1)701362
65Texas A&M701217
87Oklahoma State61990
912Boise State61788
1317Penn State71603
1410Michigan State52597
1518South Carolina52545
1719NC State61530
209Florida State52413
24NRSan Diego State51284
2520Air Force52263

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 23, 2011
6Texas A&M700.972
8Oklahoma State610.961
9Boise State610.956

Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 23, 2011
Ryan TannehillQBTexas A&M1771 passing yards, 17 TDs, 3 INTs, 552 rushing yards, 8 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon1390 passing yards, 19 TDs, 4 INTs, 427 rushing yards, 6 TDs
Jason FordHBIllinois719 rushing yards, 5.4 YPC, 13 TDs, 356 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Jeffery GodfreyQBUCF1684 passing yards, 13 TDs, 9 INTs, 382 rushing yards, 9 TDs
Spencer WareHBLSU681 rushing yards, 5.2 YPC, 10 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Oct 23, 2011
#2 Stanford7-01.0005-029737W7
#1 Oregon7-01.0004-0287111W7
Oregon State4-30.5702-2183152W3
Washington State1-60.1400-4125253L6
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Matchup Preview | October 29, 2011
#2 Stanford Cardinal
(7-0, 3-0 Away)
USC Trojans
(6-1, 3-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
3944Total Yards3728
3473Total Offensive Yards2683
1957Passing Yards1614
1516Rushing Yards1069
42.4Points Per Game27.8
18Passing TD13
13Rushing TD9
117First Downs141
32Red Zone Attempts30
14-13Red Zone TD-FG18-4
84Red Zone Percentage73
Defensive Stats Comparison
1613Total Yards Allowed2395
1265Passing Yards Allowed1563
348Rushing Yards Allowed832
37Points Allowed159
7Fumble Recoveries2
5.3Points Per Game22.7
8Red Zone Attempts19
0-2Red Zone TD-FG9-3
25Red Zone Percentage63
Injury Report

Nickell Robey, CB, torn pectoral
6 weeks

Dion Bailey, LB, upper arm fracture
1 week
Game Notes
As big as last week's matchup against Washington was, this week's showdown in the Coliseum against USC is gargantuan for Stanford. The mystique the Trojans created themselves under Pete Carroll is mostly gone now, but Lane Kiffin's roster is still supremely talented, led by star quarterback Matt Barkley (1614 yards, 13 TDs, 3 INTs), running back Marc Tyler (571 yards, 5.4 YPC, 6 TDs) and wideout Robert Woods (43 catches, 613 yards, 5 TDs). As is usually the case against Stanford, the ability of the opposing offensive line to hold up against the pressure will largely dictate how things go. The Trojans will need to maintain balance if they're going to penetrate through the Cardinal's seemingly invincible defense.

On the flip side, USC still boasts star power on their defense, but they have largely struggled as a unit, giving up over 22 points a game on the season. Worse, they are without starting linebacker Dion Bailey and starting corner Nickell Robey. They have several very disruptive defensive linemen, with Nick Perry, Wes Horton and Devon Kennard at end and Christian Tupou and Da'John Harris at tackle, but they sorely lack experience at linebacker (save for Chris Galippo), and outside of freight train TJ McDonald at free safety, their secondary doesn't resemble the smothering defensive backfields that terrorized the Pac-10 under Carroll. Overall, Stanford should be able to put up plenty of points against the Trojans.
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