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Old 02-12-2012, 07:34 PM   #329
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

2015 Awards

2015 Heisman Trophy Voting
PLAYERPOS.TEAM1st2nd3rdTOTAL
Jerome MendozaHBAlabama2602321631407
Shane WilliamsQBStanford2702121721406
Bobby MarshallHBBoston College128172174902
Zach PittsHBMichigan6487131497
Bishop SankeyHBWashington4766116389


2015 College Football Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Heisman Memorial TrophyJerome MendozaHBAlabama
Maxwell AwardShane WilliamsQBStanford
Walter Camp AwardShane WilliamsQBStanford
Chuck Bednarik AwardAlbert Louis-JeanCBBoston College
Bronko Nagurski TrophyNick LifkaOLBBoston College
Davey O'Brien AwardShane WilliamsQBStanford
Doak Walker AwardBroderick SnoddyHBGeorgia Tech
Fred Biletnikoff AwardJerome TompkinsWRBoise State
John Mackey AwardMJ MunozTETexas
Outland TrophyBryan ChamberlainRTGeorgia Tech
Rimington TrophyRudy SmithCBoston College
Lombardi AwardAJ JordanDTVirginia Tech
Linebacker of the YearNick LifkaOLBBoston College
Jim Thorpe AwardAlbert Louis-JeanCBBoston College
Lou Groza AwardReggie LawrenceKWisconsin
Ray Guy AwardDoug HicksPCalifornia
Returner of the YearAaron JohnsonWRStanford


2015 NCAA 1st Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBShane Williams, Stanford6'5237So.
HBJay Chavez, Texas6'1231Jr.
HBJerome Mendoza, Alabama6'0197So.
WRJerome Tompkins, Boise State6'2186Jr.
WRMark Jacobs, USC6'0195Jr.
TETim Francis, Fresno State6'6261Jr.
OTDavid Bowen, Boston College6'6275Sr.
OGMatt Clayton, Oregon6'4286So.
CRudy Smith, Boston College6'2294Jr.
OGAundrey Walker, USC6'6391Sr.
OTBryan Chamberlain, Georgia Tech6'4288Sr.
DENelson Wilson, Florida6'2268Jr.
DEJason Horne, Oregon6'4273Jr.
DTAJ Jordan, Virginia Tech6'6319Sr.
DTAntwaun Woods, USC6'1340Sr.
OLBGeorge Barrett, Oregon6'1205Jr.
MLBTremayne Simmons, Stanford6'0257Jr.
OLBNick Lifka, Boston College6'2245Sr.
CBAlbert Louis-Jean, Boston College6'2184Sr.
CBMartin Douglas, USC6'2177So.
FSLavelle Kirkpatrick, Nevada6'0195Sr.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201Jr.
KJames Greene, Penn State5'11161So.
PChris Albarado, USC6'0194Sr.
RETAaron Johnson, Stanford5'11177So.


2015 NCAA 2nd Team All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBRobert Lewis, Rutgers6'5221Jr.
HBBroderick Snoddy, Georgia Tech5'9198Sr.
HBBobby Marshall, Boston College6'0215Jr.
WRJaylon Denson, Auburn6'3203Sr.
WRDanny Madison, Hawai'i6'0202Jr.
TEMJ Munoz, Texas6'4268So.
OTJake Foster, Boston College6'7333Jr.
OGSean Carroll, TCU6'3281Jr.
CBrett Horton, Georgia Tech6'4312So.
OGMarcus Jackson, Tennessee6'2343Sr.
OTJason Stephens, Georgia6'4316Sr.
DERashaad Singleton, Ohio State6'4264Jr.
DEMichael Stallings, Georgia6'3256Jr.
DTAndrew Edwards, Stanford6'3349Jr.
DTTodd Peat, Jr., Nebraska6'3306Sr.
OLBBeau Fitte, Louisiana Tech6'1223Sr.
MLBLee Louis, Michigan State6'2250Sr.
OLBBronterrious Jakes, Arkansas State6'0226Sr.
CBJermaine Marshall, NC State6'2191Jr.
CBJeremy Doucette, Florida6'1197Jr.
FSRoshawn Howell, Georgia6'2192Sr.
SSCorey Moore, Virginia Tech6'2210Sr.
KReggie Lawrence, Wisconsin6'1168Sr.
PJermaine Rouse, Stanford6'4226Jr.
RETBishop Sankey, Washington5'10207Sr.


2015 NCAA Freshman All-Americans
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBChristian McIntosh, Ball State6'1214Fr.
HBJohn Rodriguez, Georgia6'0211Fr.
HBWill Brown, Stanford6'1230Fr.
WRJordan Evans, South Carolina6'4198Fr.
WRMike Peoples, Georgia6'2181Fr.
TEJay Peters, Washington State6'4221Fr.
OTKendrick Dockery, Mississippi State6'2309Fr.
OGMicah Page, Oregon6'0288Fr.
CJarod Smith, TCU6'1285Fr.
OGJames Garrett, Stanford6'5308Fr.
OTChris Day, Oregon6'5288Fr.
DECalvin Johnson, Nebraska6'2255Fr.
DEJohn Scott, Bowling Green6'6262Fr.
DTJerome Vickers, Michigan6'4271Fr.
DTAlan Pace, Alabama6'4291Fr.
OLBMatt Cooper, UNLV5'11217Fr.
MLBDane Black, USC6'0218Fr.
OLBNathan Dingle, Illinois6'0211Fr.
CBGeorge James, Michigan6'0176Fr.
CBCody Williams, Texas6'1176Fr.
FSJulian Ferguson, LSU6'1207Fr.
SSKevin Parker, Toledo5'10171Fr.
KChad Clayton, Stanford6'0184Fr.
PBobby Johnson, Utah State6'1221Fr.
RETDouglas Whitworth, Washington State5'11200Fr.


2015 All Pac-12 1st Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBShane Williams, Stanford6'5237So.
HBBurditt Ernst, California5'11163So.
HBBishop Sankey, Washington5'10207Sr.
WRJerome Tompkins, Boise State6'2186Jr.
WRMark Jacobs, USC6'0195Jr.
TEKevin Jackson, Stanford6'4269Sr.
OTDaniel Mason, Oregon6'6339So.
OGMatt Clayton, Oregon6'4286So.
CCorey Wade, Oregon6'3300Jr.
OGAundrey Walker, USC6'6391Sr.
OTJosh Greene, USC6'6296So.
DELance Pope, Stanford6'5299Jr.
DEJason Horne, Oregon6'4273Jr.
DTAntwaun Woods, USC6'1340Sr.
DTAndrew Edwards, Stanford6'3349Jr.
OLBGeorge Barrett, Oregon6'1205Jr.
MLBTremayne Simmons, Stanford6'0257Jr.
OLBTre Madden, USC6'0231Sr.
CBMartin Douglas, USC6'2177So.
CBCourtney Weber, Oregon5'10167Jr.
FSGreg Fisher, Stanford6'3204So.
SSCurtis Webb, Stanford6'2201Jr.
KChad Clayton, Stanford6'0184Fr.
PChris Albarado, USC6'0194Sr.
RETAaron Johnson, Stanford5'11177So.


2015 All Pac-12 2nd Team
PosPlayer NameHtWtYear
QBMax Wittek, USC6'4214Sr.
HBDamon Morrow, Boise State6'3238Sr.
HBBarry Brooks, Oregon5'10199Jr.
WRNelson Spruce, Colorado6'2206Sr.
WRKevin Dunlap, Arizona6'5197Sr.
TEChristian French, Oregon6'5246Sr.
OTEmmanuel Wade, Nevada6'5283So.
OGFred Bailey, USC6'5303So.
CBrian Goff, Utah6'4329Jr.
OGAustin Mathis, California6'5315Jr.
OTAndre Yruretagoyena, Oregon6'5302Sr.
DEJarett Finau, Washington6'2267Sr.
DEMichael Dorsey, USC6'3267Jr.
DTViliseni Fauonuku, Utah6'0301Sr.
DTAshton Cameron, Oregon6'0287Jr.
OLBAdrian Turner, Stanford6'7233So.
MLBMatt Turner, Stanford6'4250So.
OLBTyson Coleman, Oregon6'1217Sr.
CBWesley Matthews, Utah6'1165Sr.
CBDevin Wilson, Stanford5'11177So.
FSTrent Pollock, USC5'11180Jr.
SSJason Adams, USC6'2199Jr.
KSteve Madison, Oregon6'0191Jr.
PJermaine Rouse, Stanford6'4226Jr.
RETTacoi Sumler, Oregon5'9180Sr.
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2015 Pac-12 Leaders

Updated: Dec 15, 2015
Passing YardsYardsTouchdown PassesTDs
1. Shane Williams, Stanford29211. Shane Williams, Stanford30
2. Max Wittek, USC28962. Jermaine Sanders, Boise State28
3. Jermaine Sanders, Boise State28433. Michael Eubank, Arizona State26
4. Jimmy Laughrea, Washington State27754. Stevie Dorman, Colorado23
5. Trevor Parham, Arizona26875. Trevor Parham, Arizona22
Rushing YardsYardsYards Per CarryYPC
1. Burditt Ernst, California16091. Kelsey Young, Stanford7.6
2. Garrett Cason, Stanford11892. Johnny Owens, Colorado7.5
3. Bishop Sankey, Washington11853. Tim Wallace, USC7.3
4. Dwayne Rankin, Oregon State10694. Steve Fletcher, Oregon6.9
5. Damon Morrow, Boise State10505. Will Brown, Stanford6.8
Rushing TouchdownsTDsReceptionsRec
1. Damon Morrow, Boise State141. Jay Peters, Washington State104
2. Burditt Ernst, California132. Jerome Tompkins, Boise State76
3. Three tied103. Larry Clark, San Diego State73
4. 4. Mark Jacobs, USC69
5. 5. Nelson Spruce, Colorado67
Receiving YardsYardsTouchdown ReceptionsTDs
1. Jay Peters, Washington State11541. Jerome Tompkins, Boise State18
2. Jerome Tompkins, Boise State11262. Mark Jacobs, USC11
3. Mark Jacobs, USC11073. Four tied9
4. Larry Clark, San Diego State10254.
5. Tyrequek Zimmerman, Oregon State9525.


Updated: Dec 15, 2015
Total TacklesTklsTackles For LossTFL
1. Kenny Curry, BYU911. Adrian Turner, Stanford27
2. Eric Peterson, USC882. George Barrett, Oregon25
3. George Barrett, Oregon863. Tremayne Simmons, Stanford24
4. Tyson Coleman, Oregon854. Four tied22
5. Two tied835.
SacksSksInterceptionsINTs
1. Jason Horne, Oregon9.51. Courtney Weber, Oregon7
2. Lance Pope, Stanford9.02. Martin Douglas, USC7
3. Michael Washington, Colorado8.53. Adam Young, Oregon State6
4. Brennan Scarlett, Washington State8.54. Seth White, Washington State5
5. Andrew Edwards, Stanford8.05. Rashad Wadood, Arizona State5
Pass DeflectionsPDsForced FumblesFF
1. Jake Bowers, Nevada241. Trevor Galloway, Stanford5
2. Rashad Wadood, Arizona State222. JJ Maxey, Utah5
3. Jonathan Morris, Boise State173. George Barrett, Oregon4
4. Three tied164. Curtis Webb, Stanford4
5. 5. Four tied3
Fumble RecoveriesFR
1. Lavonte Barnett, Oregon State41.
2. Mike Webb, Washington State32.
3. Andre McKinney, UCLA33.
4. Wesley Matthews, Utah34.
5. 14 tied25.
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2015 Pac-12 Team Rankings

Total Offense

1. Stanford, 488.9 YPG
2. USC, 436.8 YPG
3. Oregon, 431.9 YPG
4. Colorado, 426.9 YPG
5. Arizona State, 425.1 YPG
6. Utah, 410.2 YPG
7. Boise State, 390.2 YPG
8. Arizona, 389.4 YPG
9. UCLA, 386.1 YPG
10. Washington, 378.7 YPG
11. Nevada, 368.1 YPG
12. BYU, 363.1 YPG
13. California, 354.1 YPG
14. Oregon State, 349.3 YPG
15. San Diego State, 330.7 YPG
16. Washington State, 314.9 YPG

Passing Offense

1. Arizona, 272.2 YPG
2. Stanford, 251.2 YPG
3. Washington State, 244.4 YPG
4. Boise State, 236.9 YPG
5. Colorado, 235.8 YPG
6. USC, 233.7 YPG
7. Utah, 233.5 YPG
8. Arizona State, 222.8 YPG
9. BYU, 216.9 YPG
10. Oregon State, 211.1 YPG
11. San Diego State, 208.3 YPG
12. UCLA, 187.3 YPG
13. Oregon, 184.8 YPG
14. California, 181.8 YPG
15. Washington, 176.3 YPG
16. Nevada, 161.0 YPG

Rushing Offense

1. Oregon, 247.1 YPG
2. Stanford, 237.8 YPG
3. Nevada, 207.1 YPG
4. USC, 203.1 YPG
5. Washington, 202.3 YPG
6. Arizona State, 202.3 YPG
7. UCLA, 198.8 YPG
8. Colorado, 191.1 YPG
9. Utah, 176.7 YPG
10. California, 172.3 YPG
11. Boise State, 153.3 YPG
12. BYU, 146.2 YPG
13. Oregon State, 138.2 YPG
14. San Diego State, 122.4 YPG
15. Arizona, 117.3 YPG
16. Washington State, 70.5 YPG

Points Per Game
  1. Stanford, 43.3
  2. Oregon, 33.1
  3. Boise State, 32.6
  4. Washington, 32.5
  5. Colorado, 32.0
  6. Utah, 31.0
  7. USC, 29.8
  8. Arizona State, 29.7
  9. Arizona, 28.5
  10. UCLA, 25.3
  11. California, 25.2
  12. BYU, 23.3
  13. Nevada, 21.5
  14. Oregon State, 19.5
  15. Washington State, 16.7
  16. San Diego State, 14.0

Passing Touchdowns
  1. Utah, 31
  2. Stanford, 31
  3. Boise State, 28
  4. Arizona State, 28
  5. Arizona, 28
  6. Oregon, 26
  7. Colorado, 24
  8. USC, 21
  9. Washington, 21
  10. UCLA, 20
  11. California, 19
  12. Washington State, 18
  13. BYU, 17
  14. Oregon State, 17
  15. San Diego State, 13
  16. Nevada, 12

Rushing Touchdowns
  1. Stanford, 30
  2. Oregon, 27
  3. USC, 27
  4. Washington, 25
  5. Colorado, 22
  6. Boise State, 21
  7. Utah, 20
  8. California, 19
  9. Nevada, 18
  10. UCLA, 16
  11. BYU, 15
  12. Arizona State, 15
  13. Arizona, 14
  14. Oregon State, 13
  15. San Diego State, 6
  16. Washington State, 2

Sacks Allowed
  1. Oregon, 19
  2. San Diego State, 22
  3. Utah, 25
  4. Arizona State, 26
  5. Washington, 28
  6. USC, 29
  7. Oregon State, 33
  8. UCLA, 34
  9. Colorado, 34
  10. Nevada, 34
  11. BYU, 35
  12. California, 41
  13. Boise State, 42
  14. Arizona, 45
  15. Stanford, 53
  16. Washington State, 55

First Downs
  1. Oregon, 296
  2. USC, 295
  3. Colorado, 263
  4. UCLA, 257
  5. Nevada, 253
  6. Arizona State, 253
  7. Washington, 252
  8. Utah, 252
  9. Boise State, 252
  10. California, 243
  11. BYU, 232
  12. Oregon State, 225
  13. Washington State, 219
  14. Arizona, 219
  15. Stanford, 212
  16. San Diego State, 197

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Total Defense
  1. California, 313.3 YPGA
  2. Stanford, 313.7 YPGA
  3. Washington, 316.8 YPGA
  4. USC, 317.4 YPGA
  5. Oregon, 349.8 YPGA
  6. Arizona State, 358.3 YPGA
  7. Arizona, 375.0 YPGA
  8. Utah, 375.5 YPGA
  9. Boise State, 381.5 YPGA
  10. Nevada, 386.8 YPGA
  11. BYU, 401.3 YPGA
  12. Oregon State, 412.0 YPGA
  13. UCLA, 413.3 YPGA
  14. Colorado, 414.0 YPGA
  15. San Diego State, 449.5 YPGA
  16. Washington State, 472.7 YPGA

Pass Defense
  1. California, 139.9 YPGA
  2. Washington, 168.7 YPGA
  3. USC, 177.1 YPGA
  4. Arizona, 187.3 YPGA
  5. Oregon, 195.8 YPGA
  6. Utah, 203.7 YPGA
  7. Arizona State, 204.3 YPGA
  8. Boise State, 214.7 YPGA
  9. BYU, 217.7 YPGA
  10. Nevada, 220.6 YPGA
  11. Oregon State, 229.4 YPGA
  12. San Diego State, 232.7 YPGA
  13. UCLA, 240.4 YPGA
  14. Stanford, 245.7 YPGA
  15. Colorado, 260.3 YPGA
  16. Washington State, 271.8 YPGA

Run Defense
  1. Stanford, 68.0 YPGA
  2. USC, 140.3 YPGA
  3. Washington, 148.2 YPGA
  4. Colorado, 153.7 YPGA
  5. Oregon, 154.0 YPGA
  6. Arizona State, 154.1 YPGA
  7. Nevada, 166.3 YPGA
  8. Boise State, 166.8 YPGA
  9. Utah, 171.8 YPGA
  10. UCLA, 172.9 YPGA
  11. California, 172.9 YPGA
  12. Oregon State, 182.6 YPGA
  13. BYU, 189.7 YPGA
  14. Arizona, 187.8 YPGA
  15. Washington State, 200.8 YPGA
  16. San Diego State, 216.8 YPGA

Points Allowed Per Game
  1. California, 16.1
  2. Stanford, 18.5
  3. Washington, 19.6
  4. USC, 19.6
  5. Arizona State, 21.6
  6. Oregon, 21.6
  7. Boise State, 24.2
  8. Utah, 24.7
  9. Arizona, 25.1
  10. BYU, 26.2
  11. Oregon State, 26.4
  12. Nevada, 26.8
  13. San Diego State, 30.1
  14. Colorado, 31.0
  15. UCLA, 33.3
  16. Washington State, 37.2

Sacks
  1. Stanford, 58
  2. BYU, 43
  3. Oregon, 43
  4. Arizona, 41
  5. USC, 40
  6. Nevada, 38
  7. Oregon State, 37
  8. Colorado, 36
  9. Washington State, 36
  10. Washington, 34
  11. UCLA, 31
  12. Boise State, 31
  13. California, 29
  14. Arizona State, 28
  15. Utah, 26
  16. San Diego State, 21

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

Interceptions
  1. USC, 21
  2. Boise State, 18
  3. BYU, 17
  4. Arizona State, 17
  5. Washington State, 16
  6. Oregon, 16
  7. Washington, 16
  8. Colorado, 16
  9. Stanford, 16
  10. Nevada, 15
  11. California, 13
  12. Arizona, 13
  13. Oregon State, 13
  14. San Diego State, 12
  15. UCLA, 9
  16. Utah, 8

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Third Down Conversions
  1. Utah, 50%
  2. Colorado, 47%
  3. California, 46%
  4. UCLA, 45%
  5. Washington, 45%
  6. USC, 45%
  7. Boise State, 44%
  8. Arizona State, 44%
  9. Oregon, 42%
  10. Nevada, 41%
  11. Arizona, 39%
  12. BYU 38%
  13. Stanford, 37%
  14. San Diego State, 36%
  15. Oregon State, 35%
  16. Washington State, 31%

Fourth Down Conversions
  1. Arizona, 75% (9/12)
  2. Arizona State, 70% (7/10)
  3. Oregon, 66% (10/15)
  4. Washington, 64% (11/17)
  5. Colorado, 64% (9/14)
  6. Boise State, 64% (9/14)
  7. Stanford, 58% (10/17
  8. Utah, 58% (10/17)
  9. UCLA, 57% (8/14)
  10. BYU, 56% (9/16)
  11. 56% (9/16)
  12. Washington State 50% (9/18)
  13. California, 44% (4/9)
  14. Oregon State, 37% (6/16)
  15. Nevada, 37% (3/8)
  16. San Diego State, 14% (2/14)

Two-Point Conversions
  1. BYU, 100% (1/1)
  2. UCLA, 100% (1/1)
  3. Arizona, 100% (2/2)
  4. Nevada, 100% (1/1)
  5. Arizona State, 50% (1/2)
  6. Oregon State, 40% (2/5)
  7. USC, 37% (3/8)
  8. Washington State, 33% (1/3)
  9. Washington, 33% (1/3)
  10. California, 33% (1/3)
  11. Colorado, 25% (1/4)
  12. Oregon, 16% (1/6)
  13. Utah, 0% (0/0)
  14. Boise State, 0% (0/1)
  15. Stanford, 0% (0/2)
  16. San Diego State, 0% (0/6)

Offensive Red Zone Percentage
(TDs scored + FGs scored = total scores/total attempts)
  1. Washington, 86% (32 + 12 = 44/51)
  2. Colorado, 84% (37 + 11 = 48/57)
  3. Arizona, 83% (23 + 13 = 36/43)
  4. San Diego State, 82% (14 + 9 = 23/28)
  5. Stanford, 82% (32 + 15 = 47/57)
  6. Nevada, 79% (21 + 10 = 31/39)
  7. Utah, 78% (40 + 1 = 41/52)
  8. Oregon, 78% (41 + 10 = 51/65)
  9. UCLA, 77% (27 + 4 = 31/40)
  10. California, 77% (31 + 6 = 37/48)
  11. USC, 75% (40 + 13 = 53/70)
  12. Boise State, 72% (34 + 9 = 43/59)
  13. Arizona State, 71% (27 + 8 = 35/49)
  14. Oregon State, 70% (22 + 6 = 28/40)
  15. BYU, 67% (23 + 8 = 31/46)
  16. Washington State, 61% (12 + 7 = 19/31)

Red Zone Defense
(TDs allowed + FGs allowed = total scores allowed/total attempts)
  1. California, 67% (21 + 6 = 27/40)
  2. Oregon, 67% (24 + 7 = 31/46)
  3. Oregon State, 71% (29 + 12 = 41/57)
  4. Nevada, 71% (30 + 10 = 40/56)
  5. Washington, 74% (20 + 9 = 29/39)
  6. BYU, 76% (25 + 8 = 33/43)
  7. Arizona State, 76% (23 + 7 = 30/39)
  8. Washington State, 77% (35 + 12 = 47/61)
  9. Boise State, 78% (28 + 12 = 40/51)
  10. San Diego State, 79% (30 + 13 = 43/54)
  11. Utah, 79% (21 + 6 = 27/34)
  12. Stanford, 79% (12 + 7 = 19/24)
  13. Colorado, 80% (34 + 11 = 45/56)
  14. Arizona, 81% (28 + 11 = 39/48)
  15. UCLA, 82% (39 + 12 = 51/62)
  16. USC, 84% (21 + 7 = 28/33)

Giveaways
  1. Stanford, 11
  2. Arizona State, 13
  3. California, 13
  4. Colorado, 15
  5. San Diego State, 17
  6. BYU, 17
  7. Washington, 17
  8. Boise State, 18
  9. Washington State, 19
  10. Arizona, 20
  11. Oregon State, 22
  12. UCLA, 24
  13. Nevada, 24
  14. USC, 24
  15. Utah, 25
  16. Oregon, 29

Takeaways
  1. Stanford, 27
  2. Washington, 24
  3. Washington State, 24
  4. USC, 24
  5. Colorado, 22
  6. Oregon State, 22
  7. Arizona State, 22
  8. Boise State, 21
  9. Nevada, 21
  10. Utah, 20
  11. California, 19
  12. San Diego State, 18
  13. BYU, 18
  14. Oregon, 18
  15. Arizona, 17
  16. UCLA, 14

Turnover Differential
  1. Stanford, +16
  2. Arizona State, +9
  3. Washington, +7
  4. Colorado, +7
  5. California, +6
  6. Washington State, +5
  7. Boise State, +3
  8. San Diego State, +1
  9. BYU, +1
  10. Oregon State, 0
  11. USC, 0
  12. Arizona, -3
  13. Nevada, -3
  14. Utah, -5
  15. UCLA, -10
  16. Oregon, -11
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2015 Bowl Games

New Mexico Bowl: Kentucky (6-6) vs. North Texas (7-5)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Tulsa (6-6) vs. Notre Dame (7-5)
New Orleans Bowl: ECU (6-6) vs. Arkansas State (8-4)
Las Vegas Bowl: #10 California (8-4) vs. Fresno State (7-5)
Poinsettia Bowl: Arizona State (6-6) vs. UNLV (8-4)
Hawai'i Bowl: Memphis (6-6) vs. Bowling Green (7-5)
Little Caesars Bowl: Illinois (7-5) vs. Ball State (9-4)
Belk Bowl: NC State (6-6) vs. #22 Cincinnati (10-2)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: UCF (6-6) vs. #9 Boise State (9-3)
Music City Bowl: LSU (6-6) vs. Florida State (6-6)
Independence Bowl: Hawai'i (7-5) vs. Nevada (6-6)
Military Bowl: Buffalo (6-6) vs. UL Lafayette (7-5)
Champs Sports Bowl: #19 Rutgers (10-2) vs. Miami-FL (8-4)
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Matchup Preview | January 9, 2016
vs
#2 Texas Longhorns
(11-1, Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(10-2, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
478.6Total Offensive Yards488.9
255.0Passing Yards251.2
223.6Rushing Yards237.8
37.5Points Per Game43.3
22Passing TD31
36Rushing TD30
305First Downs212
67Red Zone Attempts57
48-9Red Zone TD-FG32-15
85Red Zone Percentage82
Defensive Stats Comparison
334.3Total Yards Allowed313.7
190.0Passing Yards Allowed245.7
144.3Rushing Yards Allowed68.0
273Points Allowed222
25Sacks58
3Fumble Recoveries11
12Interceptions16
22.3Points Per Game18.5
33Red Zone Attempts24
25-1Red Zone TD-FG12-7
78Red Zone Percentage79
Injury Report
Donnie Taylor, MLB, upper arm fracture
Questionable

Game Notes
Four years ago, the first season for Brian Kudron and the final season for Andrew Luck at Stanford culminated here in New Orleans at the BCS title game, and the Cardinal died a slow death in a grueling 7-6 loss to Big 12 champion Oklahoma. Fast forward to the present, and Stanford, despite two losses, is once again in the Big Easy, facing off against the Big 12 champions for the coveted crystal football.


This time around though, it's the Texas Longhorns that stand between Stanford and their prize. The Longhorns have wandered through the wilderness for several years, but have exploded back to prominence behind second year head coach Alex Larson and first year offensive coordinator Greg Peterson.


The Longhorns are, as usual, dominated by Texas-grown kids on their roster: 10 of their 11 starters on offense, and 8 of 11 on defense, hail from the Lone Star State. They are led by 6'6, 237-pound behemoth quarterback Bret Burgess, who invokes memories of Vince Young and Cam Newton, possessing a cannon of an arm while also being able to run over linebackers and run away from defensive backs. The redshirt junior missed time due to injury this season, but still threw for 2090 yards and 15 touchdowns, while running for 445 yards and three more scores. The Texas backfield is anchored by 231-pound bowling ball Jay Chavez, who leads the team with 1190 yards and 19 touchdowns, while averaging 6.2 yards per carry.


At wide receiver, the Longhorns don't have a single superstar, but a cast of dependable catchers: sophomore Jeff Williams (43-689-5), sophomore Tyler Hawthorne (22-336-2), and true freshman Ricky Connor (22-254-2). The star of their passing game, though, is MJ Munoz, winner of the Mackey Award as the country's best tight end. It takes a rare player to bump Stanford's Kevin Jackson and Marcus Davenport to the back burner, but Munoz is it: the 6'4, 268-pound sophomore caught 61 passes for 1004 yards - 16.5 yards per catch - and eight touchdowns on the season. He will be perhaps the key matchup for Stanford's defense.


Up front, the Longhorns start three sophomores and two seniors on their offensive line, but assuming their youth is a hinderance would be a fatal mistake. They average 320 pounds per man, and will provide Stanford's top-ranked run defense with its most difficult test of the season.


On defense, Texas deploys an unorthodox 4-2-5 scheme, but they rotate in a lot of players, and they are exceptionally talented. On the line, Kevin Woodard (16 TFL) and Tony Norwood (45 tackles, 9 TFL) are a dangerous pass rushing duo. If there's one weakness on the entire Texas team, it's the interior line, which consists of two sophomores - Josh Parker and Ryan Cowan - and a freshman, Scott Griffin. They are undersized for interior linemen as well; Parker and Cowan are 279 and 258 pounds, respectively, with only Griffin measuring up to typical DT size at 297.


Texas's two primary linebackers in their 4-2-5 scheme are senior Kendall Thompson (57 tackles) and sophomore Erik Jones (61 tackles, 5.5 sacks), but senior Chet Moss and sophomore Donnie Taylor rotate in regularly. Taylor is nursing a broken arm, but is expected to at least try to play.


The Longhorns are talented and deep at corner, led by fifth year senior Josh Turner, who leads the team with three interceptions. Three redshirt freshmen and one true freshman follow Turner on the depth chart, but their skill is not to be questioned. 6'1, 176-pound Cody Williams is blazing fast, in particular. At safety, senior Bob Doty is the captain of the Texas defense, having started for the majority of his four-year career in Austin, while fellow senior Joe Cooper, while undersized at 5'9, hits like a truck and runs like a gazelle. Junior Marty Miller sees starting time in the 4-2-5 as well, and hits even harder than Cooper.


Overall, this has the makings of a very physical, violent football game. Since losing to Oklahoma four years ago, Stanford has won three bowl games in a row, in excessively destructive fashion. It would be foolish to assume they will steamroll a team as talented as Texas, but there is no doubt that Brian Kudron has proven he can properly prepare his team for the big game.


Texas Depth Chart
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRJeff Williams (SO, 6'2, 209, 83)Jay Stephens (r-FR, 6'4, 217, 76)
TEMJ Munoz (SO, 6'4, 268, 84)Jason Larson (SO, 6'7, 241, 77)
LTGarrett Greenlea (r-SR, 6'7, 311, 98)
LGSteven Smith (r-SO, 6'4, 331, 88)
CJustin Williams (SO, 6'5, 301, 79)
RGSedrick Flowers (r-SR, 6'3, 320, 93)
RTThomas Rogers (r-SO, 6'6, 334, 86)
WRTyler Hawthorne (SO, 6'3, 205, 80)Sean Wade (SO, 5'11, 160, 74)
QBBret Burgess (r-JR, 6'6, 237, 93)David Ash (r-SR, 6'3, 227, 93)
WRRicky Connor (FR, 6'2, 211, 78)
HBJay Chavez (JR. 6'1, 231, 91)Erik Moore (r-SO, 5'10, 194, 89)
Base 4-2-5 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDEKevin Woodard (SR, 6'4, 260, 93)Cedric Reed (r-SR, 6'6, 270, 84)
LDTRyan Cowan (SO, 6'3, 258, 83)Scott Griffin (r-FR, 6'5, 297, 80)
RDTJosh Parker (r-SO, 6'3, 279, 83)Cedric Reed (r-SR, 6'6, 270, 76)
RDETony Norwood (r-JR, 6'2, 262, 91)Cedric Reed (r-SR, 6'6, 270, 84)
SLBKendall Thompson (r-SR, 6'3, 233, 87)Donnie Taylor (r-SO, 6'0, 256, 86)
WLBErik Jones (r-SO, 6'1, 202, 84)Chet Moss (r-SR, 6'2, 250, 84)
CBJosh Turner (r-SR, 6'0, 180, 87)Sheroid Evans (r-SR, 6'1, 192, 83)
SSJoe Cooper (SR, 5'9, 201, 94)Jaymond Murphy (r-SO, 5'11, 214, 82)
FSBob Doty (SR, 6'4, 205, 93)Sheroid Evans (r-SR, 6'1, 192, 81)
SSMarty Miller (r-JR, 6'0, 186, 88)Jaymond Murphy (r-SO, 5'11, 214, 82)
CBCody Williams (r-FR, 6'1, 176, 84)Joel James (r-FR, 5'11, 179, 81)
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KDavid McClain (FR, 5'11, 189, 71)
PAl Young (SR, 6'1, 220, 97)
PRJay Chavez (JR, 6'1, 231, 96)Erik Moore (r-SO, 5'10, 194, 96)
KRJay Chavez (JR, 6'1, 231, 96)Erik Moore (r-SO, 5'10, 194, 96)
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#1 Stanford vs. #2 Texas
Allstate BCS National Championship Game
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January 9, 2016




Hooked & Heartbroken
Stanford storms back, but runs out of gas and time as Texas takes the title

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Four years ago it was as if Stanford never truly arrived in New Orleans, playing lazily and without interest for essentially the entire game against Oklahoma in the championship game. This time around, they seemed to arrive late, but they did finally "arrive" against the Texas Longhorns.

But by then, the damage was done.

The Cardinal scraped and clawed their way out of a two touchdown deficit they themselves dug, but the gas tank was empty by the end, as Texas put together the winning drive, and Stanford's time ran out at the Longhorns' 15 yard line, giving Texas a 31-24 win the Allstate BCS National Championship Game Saturday night in New Orleans.

The Longhorns came out of the gate swinging, delivering the opening salvo on their first drive. Stanford settled down from there, and seemed to be right in it, until they handed the momentum to their opponents. First, Shane Williams threw an awful interception which set UT up inside the 20 yard line. Three plays later, the Longhorns were in the endzone. Things got exponentially worse when Aaron Johnson, Stanford's All-American return man, fumbled away the ensuing kick return. Seconds later, the Longhorns were in the endzone again, and the crowd, solidly 75% burnt orange, was whipped into a frenzy.

All-American QB Shane Williams calmed his troops down, showing leadership and poise well beyond his years. Williams and the Cardinal dominated the second quarter, bookending the frame with touchdowns early and late to forge a 21-21 tie. But the bizarre nature of the first half seemed to throw Stanford off. The Cardinal's fabled running game never got anywhere, and the second half settled into a quagmire before Texas quarterback Bret Burgess capped off an epic fourth quarter drive by bouncing off a Matt Turner tackle attempt and running through another by Kevin Estes and into the endzone standing up from nine yards out with just over two minutes remaining.

After the game, the look of anguish on Brian Kudron's face was plain as day.

"I really, truly thought things would be different this time," the Stanford coach said. "We prepared well, we practiced well, we were healthy and feeling great as a team coming into the game, and then we make a couple of mistakes, and against a team like this, on a stage like this, where the stakes are so high, you just can't get away with errors like that. We showed great character in coming back, and we certainly had our chances to seize control of the game, but ultimately it just wasn't meant to be. I'm still very, very proud of every single kid on this team. For our seniors, and for any underclassmen who choose to move on now, I would've loved to send them out as national champions, but the loss tonight doesn't take away from what they've accomplished, both as football players and as people during their time at this university. And for the guys coming back next year, I know this setback here tonight will serve as motivation for them to get back to this stage and win it all."

Stanford's exceptionally small departing senior class will almost assuredly be joined by a few early departures to the NFL. Garrett Cason, despite having a solid 1200 yard season in his debut as starting tailback, is almost assuredly returning. None of Stanford's wide receivers have a stock high enough to justify leaving early. Tight end Marcus Davenport could make the jump, but with Kevin Jackson graduating, Davenport could improve his pro prospects immensely by returning for his senior year and being the clear #1. On the offensive line, center James Sanders is probably a sure bet to at least seriously consider leaving.

On defense, huge finishes down the stretch this season could prompt linemen Lance Pope and Andrew Edwards to leave, which would be, quite frankly, devastating to the Cardinal's outlook for 2016. At linebacker, Tremayne Simmons has put together back to back stellar seasons, and may be ready to move on. Matt Turner had a big season too, but he's only a third year sophomore and this was just his first year as a starter, so he'll likely be back. Cornerback Kevin Estes had an up and down junior year, and with rumors that the coaches expected more from him and may favor younger corners AJ Grant, Devin Wilson and Corey Thomas, he may opt to leave now. Safety Curtis Webb has been solid and more or less dependable the last two years, but he isn't the fastest, and hasn't had the standout type of seasons that would justify skipping a senior year.

But of course, the most important decision will be that of quarterback Shane Williams, whose stock is sky high right now. He now faces the same decision Andrew Luck did, where the possibility of leaving after one year as a starter and still being a first round pick is not only realistic, but likely. If he leaves, Stanford will have only redshirt freshman Ryan Miller and whatever quarterback signs in this recruiting class (if any). The staff is high on Miller's skills, but throwing him into the fire as a redshirt freshman would essentially nullify any title hopes of any kind for 2016. The Cardinal faithful will have to pray that Williams makes the same choice Luck made and returns for his fourth year.

Texas Longhorns vs. Stanford Cardinal
Jan 9, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Texas Longhorns (12-1)2103731
#1 Stanford Cardinal (10-3)7140324
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense363401
Rushing Yards1519
Passing Yards212392
First Downs1720
Punt Return Yards380
Kick Return Yards2431
Total Yards425432
Turnovers02
3rd Down Converstion6-178-14
4th Down Conversion3-40-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/03/1
Penalties1-53-20
Posession Time28:5319:07
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGTEXSTAN
10:47(TEX) Chavez, 3 yard run (McClain kick)70
5:54(STAN) Williams, 1 yard pass to Jackson (Clayton kick)77
1:56(TEX) Burgess, 16 yard pass to Williams (McClain kick)147
1:37(TEX) Burgess, 18 yard pass to Munoz (McClain kick)217
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEXSTAN
10:19(STAN) Williams, 11 yard pass to Jackson (Clayton kick)2114
0:08(STAN) Williams, 4 yard pass to Davenport (Clayton kick)2121
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEXSTAN
6:27(TEX) McClain, 44 yard FG2421
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEXSTAN
10:46(STAN) Clayton, 41 yard FG2424
2:16(TEX) Burgess, 9 yard run (McClain kick)3124
Texas Longhorns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
B. Burgess18/2821220
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
J. Chavez251074.21
B. Burgess19422.21
E. Moore144.00
J. Riley1-2-2.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Williams68313.81
T. Hawthorne5367.20
R. Connor34414.60
M. Munoz22814.01
J. Larson22110.50
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Doty12000
J. Cooper72.000
M. Miller5000
S. Evans3000
C. Williams6010
E. Jones6000
R. Cowan32.000
C. Moss3000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
D. McClain1/24/4744
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
A. Young523246.40
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Chavez12424.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Chavez4389.50
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
S. Williams33/5339231
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
S. Williams6-22-3.60
G. Cason461.50
K. Young3258.30
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
G. Harris111099.90
K. Jackson1018518.52
M. Davenport6183.01
A. Johnson26331.50
R. Mitchell177.00
W. Reed166.00
T. Bradford199.00
K. Young1-5-5.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Wilson10000
C. Webb8000
T. Simmons100.500
T. Miller60.500
A. Turner4000
T. Galloway5000
L. Pope31.000
M. Turner5000
C. McBride21.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
C. Clayton1/13/3641
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
J. Rouse627646.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
A. Johnson11717.00
D. Wilson11414.00

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Bowl Game Results

New Mexico Bowl: Kentucky 42, North Texas 13
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Notre Dame 24, Tulsa 6
New Orleans Bowl: ECU 31, Arkansas State 10
Las Vegas Bowl: #10 California 38, Fresno State 14
Poinsettia Bowl: Arizona State 48, UNLV 9
Hawai'i Bowl: Bowling Green 24, Memphis 19
Little Caesars Bowl: Ball State 17, Illinois 12
Belk Bowl: NC State 42, #22 Cincinnati 26
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: #9 Boise State 41, UCF 24
Music City Bowl: LSU 31, Florida State 30
Independence Bowl: Hawai'i 27, Nevada 24
Military Bowl: Buffalo 27, UL Lafayette 20
Champs Sports Bowl: #19 Rutgers 38, Miami-FL 14
Humanitarian Bowl: Akron 34, New Mexico State 21
Holiday Bowl: Arizona 34, Oklahoma State 28
Sun Bowl: Utah 35, Virginia 10
Armed Forces Bowl: Washington 36, South Carolina 26
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: USF 35, Southern Miss 21
Texas Bowl: Colorado 28, #25 Nebraska 16
Insight Bowl: #24 Ohio State 27, Kansas State 24
Chick-fil-A Bowl: #23 Georgia Tech 47, #21 Mississippi State 35
Outback Bowl: Florida 13, #16 Michigan State 10
Capital One Bowl: #13 Michigan 37, #14 Alabama 7
Gator Bowl: #17 Auburn 28, #15 Wisconsin 14
TicketCity Bowl: Iowa 38, Rice 31
Alamo Bowl: #20 Oregon 24, West Virginia 20
Godaddy.com Bowl: Miami-OH 27, Middle Tennessee State 10
AT&T Cotton Bowl: #18 Oklahoma 25, Tennessee 17
BBVA Compass Bowl: Arkansas 38, Connecticut 0

Rose Bowl: #4 USC 31, #5 Penn State 28
Sugar Bowl: #11 Georgia 35, #8 Boston College 14
Orange Bowl: #7 Virginia Tech 35, #12 Idaho 21
Fiesta Bowl: #6 Air Force 33, #3 TCU 14

BCS National Championship: #2 Texas 31, #1 Stanford 24
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NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Jan 10, 2016
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Texas (61)1211525
23USC1221465
36Air Force1211295
41Stanford1031094
59Virginia Tech1221094
68Boise State1031035
712Georgia113985
84TCU103905
911California94885
1013Michigan113827
1110Idaho102767
127Boston College113754
135Penn State104717
1417Oklahoma103637
1518Rutgers112604
1620Auburn103584
1719Oregon113562
1823Georgia Tech112461
1915Michigan State103460
2024Ohio State85382
21NRFlorida94376
2214Alabama104354
2316Wisconsin94300
24NRArizona85269
25NRUtah94247


NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Jan 10, 2016
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
12Texas (48)1211608
25USC1221446
37Air Force (17)1211436
46Virginia Tech1221224
51Stanford1031185
612Georgia1131166
79Boise State1031109
810California941062
93TCU1031052
1013Michigan113960
1115Auburn103880
1211Idaho102872
134Penn State104866
148Boston College113835
1518Oklahoma103726
1619Rutgers112688
1721Georgia Tech112607
1822Oregon113593
1916Michigan State103495
2024Ohio State85440
21NRFlorida94384
2214Wisconsin94346
23NRArizona85300
2417Alabama104270
25NRUtah94212
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