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Old 11-14-2011, 02:14 AM   #41
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#1 Oregon @ #2 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 12, 2011

Instant Classic
Andrew Luck gets the last laugh in offensive shootout against Oregon

PALO ALTO, CA - Oregon's first drive of the game ended with a 40 yard touchdown. Later, they ripped off touchdown runs of 72 and 81 yards, and as they went to the 4th quarter leading Stanford 38-28, it seemed they had seized firm control of the game and were prepared to vanquish the Cardinal's championship dreams.

But in the first minute of the 4th, senior safety Michael Thomas hauled in an interception, setting Stanford up with a short field that they turned into a touchdown. But things seemed to stall there, as Jordan Williamson missed two field goals, leaving the Ducks with a 38-35 lead. The second missed kick was immediately followed by a 40 yard catch and run by Oregon receiver Josh Huff, setting the Ducks up with a chance to put the game away late. But the Stanford defense made one final stand, forcing Oregon to settle for a field goal and a 41-35 lead with 1:22 remaining.

A perfect stage for Andrew Luck.

Stanford's heroic quarterback took the field at the 20 yard line, and methodically marched his team down the field, aided by huge games from his three tight ends, the "Tree Amigos," Coby Fleener, Zach Ertz and Levine Toilolo. The drive culminated with Stepfan Taylor's third yard plunge off left tackle, and Williamson's extra point gave Stanford an **** 42-41 victory and the Pac-12 South Division championship.

After the game, Stanford coach Brian Kudron was ecstatic.

"It's games like these, moments like these, that made me take this job. Big games like this are what we strive to be in, because that's the mark of an elite program. And I'm so proud of these kids. That was an unbelievable team we just faced, and our guys never quit, and they never got down on themselves. When they faced adversity, they just buckled their chin straps a little tigher and went to work. That's the sign of a championship team."

The largest hurdle is cleared, and Stanford will host the inaugural Pac-12 Championship Game on their homefield. But now the possibility of playing for a national title is on the table, and two hurdles for that goal remain: The Big Game against archrival Cal next week, and then the renewal of the rivalry against Notre Dame on Senior Day the week after that.

Oregon Ducks at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 12, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#1 Oregon Ducks (9-1, 6-1)101414341
#2 Stanford Cardinal (10-0, 8-0)72101442
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense562541
Rushing Yards343203
Passing Yards219338
First Downs2024
Punt Return Yards331
Kick Return Yards8796
Total Yards652668
3rd Down Converstion5-139-16
4th Down Conversion1-21-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/24/0
Posession Time16:1831:42
Scoring Summary
9:47(ORE) Da. Thomas, 40 yard pass to Paulson (Beard kick)70
5:29(STAN) Luck, 10 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)77
0:13(ORE) Beard, 23 yard FG107
9:41(STAN) Luck, 4 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)1014
4:30(STAN) Luck, 10 yard pass to Toilolo (Williamson kick)1021
3:30(ORE) James, 72 yard run (Beard kick)1721
1:26(STAN) Taylor, 69 yard run (Williamson kick)1728
0:07(ORE) James, 1 yard run (Beard kick)2428
7:53(ORE) James, 7 yard run (Beard kick)3128
6:03(ORE) De. Thomas, 81 yard run (Beard kick)3828
11:32(STAN) Luck, 23 yard pass to Taylor (Williamson kick)3835
1:22(ORE) Beard, 22 yard FG4135
0:06(STAN) Taylor, 3 yard run (Williamson kick)4142
Oregon Ducks
Da. Thomas18/2821911
L. James2020310.13
Da. Thomas14211.40
De. Thomas39030.01
K. Barner2178.50
R. Vaughn11010.00
J. Hoffman122.00
De. Thomas67512.50
D. Paulson47919.71
L. James382.60
L. Tuinei382.60
J. Huff14343.00
K. Barner166.00
D. Jordan62.000
R. Heimuli91.000
T. Turner71.000
J. Kaddu6000
J. Boyett10000
B. Jackson81.000
K. Alonso8000
T. Mitchell6000
A. Gildon5000
R. Beard2/25/51124
J. Rice28442.00
K. Barner37625.30
C. Lyerla11111.00
C. Harris231.50
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck25/3933840
S. Taylor251666.62
A. Luck8-4-0.50
A. Wilkerson4307.50
J. Stewart188.00
R. Hewitt133.00
L. Toilolo89812.21
C. Fleener77210.22
Z. Ertz6599.30
G. Whalen38628.60
S. Taylor12323.01
M. Thomas131.010
J. Bademosi8000
J. Richards51.000
M. Masifilo6000
C. Thomas41.000
S. Skov7000
D. Howell5000
H. Anderson51.000
J. Williamson0/26/66
D. Zychlinski417142.72
T. Montgomery49624.00
D. Terrell23115.5
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Old 11-14-2011, 03:08 AM   #42
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Week 11 Recap

Week 11 Scoreboard
#2 Stanford 42, #1 Oregon 41
#4 UCF 13, Southern Mississippi 9
#12 Penn State 13, #5 Nebraska 10
#6 Boise State 34, #16 TCU 17
#7 Texas A&M 45, Kansas State 14
#8 Michigan State 30, #19 Iowa 17
#9 Miami-FL 37, #15 Florida State 9
Illinois 24, #10 Michigan 21
#11 Alabama 17, Mississippi State 13
#13 South Carolina 48, #18 Florida 28
#14 Oklahoma State 38, Texas Tech 14
#17 LSU 37, Western Kentucky 0
#20 San Diego State 38, Colorado State 17
#21 Air Force 27, Wyoming 14
Arkansas 34, #22 Tennessee 7
Virginia Tech 27, #23 Georgia Tech 24
#24 Georgia 41, Auburn 14
#25 Wisconsin 31, Minnesota 17

Week 11 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#2 Stanford 42, #1 Oregon 41A. Luck (STAN): 338L. James (ORE): 203L. Toilolo (STAN): 98
USC 28, Washington 14M. Barkley (USC): 231J. Callier (WASH): 100R. Woods (USC): 130
Arizona 27, Colorado 20N. Foles (ARIZ): 270R. Stewart (COL): 117J. Criner (ARIZ): 80
Arizona State 35, Washington State 17B. Osweiler (ASU): 261J. Tuel (WSU): 91M. Wilson (WSU): 107
Oregon State 38, California 14R. Katz (OSU): 205R. McCants (OSU): 121J. Rodgers (OSU): 103
Utah 34, UCLA 27J. Wynn (UTAH): 324H. Langi (UTAH): 64A. Denham (UTAH): 83

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 13, 2011
12Stanford (37)1001501
23Oklahoma (22)901344
34UCF (2)1001210
56Boise State811099
67Texas A&M911060
78Michigan State821036
912Penn State91967
1213South Carolina82839
1314Oklahoma State82800
1620San Diego State81582
1721Air Force82525
1815Florida State73430
25NRVirginia Tech73254

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 13, 2011
56Boise State810.972
612Penn State910.969
77Michigan State820.969
88Texas A&M910.967

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 13, 2011
Ryan TannehillQBTexas A&M2231 passing yards, 26 TDs, 5 INTs, 714 rushing yards, 10 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon2106 passing yards, 24 TDs, 7 INTs,
Stepfan TaylorHBStanford1228 rushing yards, 8.4 YPC, 10 TDs, 270 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Jason FordHBIllinois892 rushing yards, 5.3 YPC, 14 TDs, 363 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Montel HarrisHBBoston College992 rushing yards, 6.2 YPC, 13 TDs, 372 receiving yards, 3 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 13, 2011
#1 Stanford10-01.0008-0424122W10
#4 Oregon9-10.9006-1418181L1
Oregon State6-40.6004-3286217W1
Washington State1-90.1000-7159360L9

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 13, 2011
Arizona State6-40.6004-3272221W2
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Big game yields big results
Recruiting reaps the benefits of classic duel with Oregon

PALO ALTO, CA - Cal and Notre Dame may be more traditional rivals for Stanford, but coach Brian Kudron circled the Oregon game as Stanford's primary recruiting weekend during the season. And it paid off.

The Cardinal pulled in a dazzling haul in the wake of the win over the Ducks, landing three offensive linemen, three stellar tight ends, and the prize jewel - the nation's top-ranked player.

5* athlete Scott Mitchell was being wooed by the academic prestige of Stanford for quite a while, but his first visit and game experience on The Farm put the Cardinal over the top for him, and he committed to coach Kudron shortly after the game was over. The 6'4, 179-pound Mitchell is stunningly fast for his size, and Stanford's coaches have not committed to a position for him yet. He has supreme potential at both safety and wide receiver, and will likely get a shot at both when he arrives on campus.

Meanwhile, the Cardinal's haul on the line is nothing but impressive. 4* guard Travis McDonald of Serra High School in Gardena is mammoth-sized at 6'4, 345 pounds, fitting the mold of the destructive Stanford lineman. His high school teammate, 3* tackle William Sanders is also well-built already at 6'7, 297 pounds. And he isn't even the biggest tackle commitment of the weekend, as 3* Anaheim Servite standout Kevin Kelly measures in at 6'8, 325 pounds.

At tight end, with Coby Fleener graduating and Levine Toilolo entering his senior year next season, restocking at the position was needed, and Stanford has addressed this need in spades. Kevin Jackson of San Diego, Marcus Davenport of Window Rock (Arizona), and Jay Hicks of La Habra (CA) give the Cardinal the best haul in the nation at tight end. All three are college-ready, sizewise: Jackson is 6'4, 262, Davenport is 6'7, 244, and Hicks is 6'4, 242. Jackson and Davenport are in the top 10 nationally at the position, with Hicks checking in at #15.
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Matchup Preview | November 19, 2011
California Golden Bears
(4-6, 1-2 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(10-0, 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4777Total Yards5892
3661Total Offensive Yards5024
2185Passing Yards2745
1476Rushing Yards2279
23.8Points Per Game42.4
18Passing TD28
10Rushing TD19
199First Downs179
31Red Zone Attempts50
17-6Red Zone TD-FG26-16
74Red Zone Percentage84
Defensive Stats Comparison
3153Total Yards Allowed2823
1797Passing Yards Allowed1900
1312Rushing Yards Allowed923
213Points Allowed122
8Fumble Recoveries9
21.3Points Per Game12.2
38Red Zone Attempts17
16-6Red Zone TD-FG4-6
57Red Zone Percentage58
Injury Report
Zach Maynard, QB, foot stress fracture
5 weeks
Terrence Stephens, DT, broken ribs
3 weeks
Anthony Miller, TE, broken collarbone
Out for season
Chris Owusu, WR, broken tailbone
8 weeks
Marvin Jones, WR, sprained ACL
1 week

Game Notes
The Cal Bears enter the Big Game a beleaguered bunch for the second straight year, and Stanford drove them into the dirt in Berkeley last year. This time around, Cal's offense is injury-riddled, and the evidence is apparent in their bleak rankings across the board. Quarterback Zach Maynard was having a decent season before going down with a broken foot. In his stead, Allan Bridgford has thrown twice as many interceptions as he has touchdowns, and is only completing 48% of his passes. This isn't helped by the absence of star wideout Marvin Jones and star tight end Anthony Miller. Spencer Hagan and Keenan Allen have tried to fill the void, and Isi Sofele and Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson provide a decent 1-2 punch at tailback, but this is a lopsided matchup on paper; Stanford's defense should clamp down on Cal's offense with relative ease, even without nose tackle Terrence Stephens, who was injured late against Oregon.

Cal's defense, on the other hand, remains a sturdy and strong unit, ranking 3rd in the Pac-12 in total defense, 2nd in pass defense (ahead of Stanford), and 6th in run defense. They tout a 3-4 look, just as Stanford does. Their own nose tackle, Kendrick Payne, leads the Bears with six sacks. Cornerback Marc Anthony leads the conference with eight interceptions. Like most successful 3-4 defenses, Cal has two large, standout inside linebackers in Mychal Kendricks and DJ Holt, who will be key in Cal's efforts to stop Stanford's running game.
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California @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 19, 2011

Bay Area Beatdown
Stanford shows no mercy as they black out their arch rivals from Berkeley

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford pulled a rabbit out of its hat at the last minute Saturday, surprising the crowd by coming out of the tunnel in all black; jerseys, pants, shoes, socks.

And then they gave their hated rivals from Cal two black eyes.

The Cardinal turned in a dazzling performance in all aspects, completing a perfect 9-0 Pac-12 season with a 45-3 steamrolling of the Cal Bears.

Senior tailback Jeremy Stewart, lightly used behind Stepfan Taylor and Anthony Wilkerson this season, had a breakout performance, rumbling for 131 yards and two touchdowns. Taylor added 175 and two scores of his own as the Cardinal outran the Golden Bears 277-41.

Cal put together their only sustained drive midway through the first quarter, only to be snuffed out by Stanford's defense on three straight run plays inside the five yard line. They settled for three, and it was all Cardinal from there on out, as Shayne Skov and Chase Thomas led a smothering defensive effort that held the Bears' already-anemic offense to a hapless 124 yards of total offense. Thomas in particular forced all three Cal turnovers with two interceptions and a fumble recovery. Skov led the Cardinal with nine tackles.

Stanford now stands two games away from the National Championship Game in New Orleans, and both will be played at Stanford Stadium, starting with rival Notre Dame next week.

California Golden Bears at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 19, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
California Golden Bears (4-7, 2-6)30003
#1 Stanford Cardinal (11-0, 9-0)71771445
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense124508
Rushing Yards41277
Passing Yards83231
First Downs717
Punt Return Yards1152
Kick Return Yards5553
Total Yards190613
3rd Down Converstion3-149-19
4th Down Conversion0-03-5
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/14/1
Posession Time14:1333:47
Scoring Summary
4:31(CAL) Tavecchio, 20 yard FG30
0:12(STAN) Luck, 36 yard pass to Whalen (Williamson kick)37
11:02(STAN) Stewart, 1 yard run (Williamson kick)314
7:05(STAN) Williamson, 24 yard FG317
5:00(STAN) Taylor, 15 yard run (Williamson kick)324
0:50(STAN) Luck, 15 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)331
5:17(STAN) Taylor, 59 yard run (Williamson kick)338
2:14(STAN) Stewart, 8 yard run (Williamson kick)345
California Golden Bears
A. Bridgford15/298302
I. Sofele15453.00
A. Bridgford3-7-2.30
C. DeBoskie-Johnson210.50
C. Edmond221.00
K. Allen4317.70
M. Calvin3113.60
S. Hagan3144.60
W. Kapp210.50
K. Clay155.00
I. Sofele144.00
C. Edmond11717.00
D. Wilkerson81.000
S. Cattouse111.000
M. Kendricks92.000
S. Williams5000
K. Payne5000
J. Hill6000
T. Guyton41.000
G. Tavecchio1/10/0320
B. Anger835043.71
C. Edmond12828.00
I. Sofele12727.00
K. Allen11111.00
Stanford Cardinal
A. Luck17/3222120
B. Nottingham1/11000
S. Taylor0/1000
J. Stewart211316.22
S. Taylor1717510.22
A. Luck6-41-6.80
A. Wilkerson3124.00
C. Fleener59218.41
Z. Ertz5377.40
L. Toilolo2126.00
S. Taylor133.00
D. Terrell13636.00
G. Whalen13636.01
J. Rashad-Patterson11111.00
R. Hewitt144.00
S. Skov9000
C. Thomas4020
D. Howell4000
T. Murphy8000
M. Thomas6000
M. Bergen5000
J. Williamson1/26/6924
D. Zychlinski27738.50
T. Montgomery25326.50
D. Terrell55210.40
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Week 12 Recap

Week 12 Scoreboard
#1 Stanford 45, California 3
#2 Oklahoma 24, Baylor 17
ECU 21, #3 UCF 20
#4 Oregon 36, USC 33
#5 Boise State 42, #16 San Diego State 28
#6 Texas A&M 45, Kansas 7
#7 Michigan State 45, Indiana 24
#8 Miami-FL 37, USF 34
#9 Penn State 30, Ohio State 7
#10 Alabama 59, FCS Southeast 7
#11 Nebraska 24, #15 Michigan 20
#12 South Carolina 63, FCS Southeast 0
#13 Oklahoma State 35, Iowa State 14
#14 LSU 24, Ole Miss 17
#17 Air Force 55, UNLV 10
#18 Florida State 21, Virginia 5
#19 TCU 45, Colorado State 16
Kentucky 34, #20 Georgia 28
#23 Illinois 24, #21 Wisconsin 10
#22 Iowa 34, Purdue 27
Mississippi State 37, #24 Arkansas 10
#25 Virginia Tech 33, North Carolina 7

Week 12 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 45, California 3A. Luck (STAN): 221S. Taylor (STAN): 175C. Fleener (STAN): 92
UCLA 41, Colorado 17K. Prince (UCLA): 299R. Stewart (COL): 181S. Evans (UCLA): 100
Washington 27, Oregon State 10N. Montana (WASH): 157R. McCants (OSU): 76J. Kearse (WASH): 215
#4 Oregon 36, USC 33M. Barkley (USC): 335M. Tyler (USC): 91B. Carswell (USC): 97
Utah 52, Washington State 26J. Wynn (UTAH): 255T. Palamo (UTAH): 115I. Barton (WSU): 98
Arizona State 24, Arizona 17B. Osweiler (ASU): 235G. Nwoko (ARIZ): 116G. Robinson (ASU): 134

NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 20, 2011
11Stanford (37)1101501
22Oklahoma (24)1001389
45Boise State911153
56Texas A&M1011088
67Michigan State921044
89Penn State1011022
1112South Carolina92855
1213Oklahoma State92829
1517Air Force92667
1618Florida State83622
1816San Diego State82523
2225Virginia Tech83360
24NRGeorgia Tech83221
25NRMississippi State74156

NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 20, 2011
45Boise State910.978
56Penn State1010.975
67Michigan State920.975
78Texas A&M1010.972

Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 20, 2011
Ryan TannehillQBTexas A&M2393 passing yards, 28 TDs, 7 INTs, 754 rushing yards, 13 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon2383 passing yards, 26 TDs, 7 INTs, 658 rushing yards, 8 TDs
Stepfan TaylorHBStanford1403 rushing yards, 8.6 YPC, 12 TDs, 273 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Montel HarrisHBBoston College1092 rushing yards, 6.2 YPC, 14 TDs, 436 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Jason FordHBIllinois975 rushing yards, 5.3 YPC, 14 TDs, 372 receiving yards, 3 TDs

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 20, 2011
#1 Stanford11-01.0009-0469125W11
#3 Oregon10-10.9007-1454214W1
Oregon State6-50.5404-4296244L1
Washington State1-100.0900-8185412L10

Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Nov 20, 2011
Arizona State7-40.6305-3296238W3
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Matchup Preview | November 26, 2011
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
(5-6, 3-2 Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(11-0, 6-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
5309Total Yards6505
4015Total Offensive Yards5532
2543Passing Yards2976
1472Rushing Yards2556
23.4Points Per Game42.6
21Passing TD30
10Rushing TD23
212First Downs196
41Red Zone Attempts55
23-6Red Zone TD-FG30-17
70Red Zone Percentage85
Defensive Stats Comparison
3619Total Yards Allowed2947
1719Passing Yards Allowed1983
1900Rushing Yards Allowed1470
261Points Allowed125
6Fumble Recoveries10
23.7Points Per Game11.4
40Red Zone Attempts18
24-5Red Zone TD-FG4-7
72Red Zone Percentage61
Injury Report
Louis Nix, DT, torn shoulder
Terrence Stephens, DT, broken ribs
2 weeks

Chris Owusu, WR, broken tailbone
7 weeks
Game Notes
It's another incredibly disappointing season for Notre Dame, but they are fighting for bowl eligibility, and would love to ruin Stanford's national title hopes. Tommy Rees is completing only 45% of his passes as the Irish QB this season, but Cierre Wood is averaging 5.5 yards per carry, and has 853 rushing yards and five touchdowns. Rees's struggles at QB have hampered star wideout Michael Floyd at times, but the All-American still has 897 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Sophomore TJ Jones is second to Floyd with 587 yards and six touchdowns.

Manti Te'o leads the Irish with 81 tackles and 15 tackles for loss, comparable to Shayne Skov's standout season for Stanford (85 tackles, 16 TFL). The difference is, Skov is surrounded by other standouts, while Te'o doesn't have much in the way of a supporting cast. Defensive end Ethan Johnson leads the Irish with four and a half sacks, followed by four from Kapron Lewis-Moore and 3.5 from Prince Shembo. Senior cornerback Robert Blanton has an impressive six interception on the season, along with Notre Dame's only defensive score of the year.

Overall, while Notre Dame can never be taken for granted, this is not a game Stanford has any business losing. The Cardinal knows what's stake, and the prestige that the Irish carry with them is sure to have Stanford's complete attention.
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