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Old 11-16-2011, 07:34 AM   #49
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Love your dynasties man, been following for a while. Can't believe the Oregon finish, you must have gone wild with the way that one turned out! Good luck against ND, hopefully we see a championship bid in your future.
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Notre Dame @ #1 Stanford
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
November 26, 2011




No Bowl for the Golden Dome
Cardinal buckles down, pulls away from the pesky Irish

PALO ALTO, CA - After a quarter, it seemed like business as usual, with Stanford well on its way to an easy win against Notre Dame.

But the Irish fought back with surprising success, knocking the Cardinal defense back on its heels with their up tempo no huddle passing game. Even more of a surprise was the fact that Notre Dame's offensive line kept quarterback Tommy Rees upright all day, keeping Stanford's feared pass rush at bay.

But ultimately, Stanford's talent and ruthless efficiency won out, as the Cardinal pulled away in the second half for a 42-19 victory, setting the stage for the Pac-12 Championship Game in two weeks, where Stanford will have a chance to win their 13th conference title and book a trip to the BCS National Championship Game.

"Our guys never lost their focus," coach Brian Kudron said. "We started fast, but we sputtered in the second quarter, and they caught us with a right hook and took momentum for a while. But I know the resolve of this team, and I knew we would circle the wagons and get things straight. Now we've got a bye week, extra time to heal up and prepare for the next one."

Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Stanford Cardinal
Nov 26, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (5-7)3133019
#1 Stanford Cardinal (12-0, 9-0)21014742
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense352494
Rushing Yards33230
Passing Yards319264
First Downs1124
Punt Return Yards1549
Kick Return Yards49101
Total Yards416644
Turnovers01
3rd Down Converstion6-1713-18
4th Down Conversion1-11-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/35/0
Penalties3-261-10
Posession Time12:0036:13
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGNDSTAN
10:47(ND) Ruffer, 30 yard FG30
7:31(STAN) Luck, 7 yard pass to Hewitt (Williamson kick)37
4:41(STAN) Luck, 1 yard pass to Meinken (Williamson kick)314
0:20(STAN) Luck, 41 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)321
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGNDSTAN
10:41(ND) Ruffer, 42 yard FG621
8:38(ND) Rees, 61 yard pass to Riddick (Ruffer kick)1321
1:00(ND) Ruffer, 19 yard FG1621
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGNDSTAN
9:30(ND) Ruffer, 35 yard FG1921
5:50(STAN) Wilkerson, 15 yard run (Williamson kick)1928
2:31(STAN) Stewart, 4 yard run (Williamson kick)1935
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGNDSTAN
8:15(STAN) Luck, 12 yard pass to Fleener (Williamson kick)1942
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
T. Rees22/4331910
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
C. Wood12191.50
T. Rees2136.50
T. Jones111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Eifert710314.70
M. Floyd44711.70
J. Goodman3196.30
C. Wood242.00
D. Daniels23718.50
B. Koyack22814.00
T. Riddick16363.01
T. Jones11818.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
G. Gray10000
D. Fox10000
J. Slaughter9000
E. Johnson61.000
R. Blanton6000
D. Fleming6000
M. Te'o11000
S. Cwynar51.000
H. Smith8000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
D. Ruffer4/41/11343
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
B. Turk520140.20
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
G. Atkinson III24924.50
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Riddick2157.50
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
A. Luck16/2625240
D. Zychlinski1/11200
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
S. Taylor231546.60
J. Stewart20381.91
A. Wilkerson55410.81
A. Luck5-19-3.80
G. Meinken133.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
C. Fleener611819.62
Z. Ertz23417.00
L. Toilolo22110.50
D. Terrell11010.00
G. Meinken111.01
J. Rashad-Patterson13232.00
J. Richards11212.00
A. Wilkerson11212.00
G. Whalen11717.00
R. Hewitt177.01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S. Skov7000
D. Howell8000
T. Murphy5000
M. Bergen4000
M. Thomas6000
C. Thomas3000
J. Bademosi4000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson0/06/66
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
D. Zychlinski29246.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery410125.20
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Terrell24924.50
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Week 13 Recap

Week 13 Scoreboard
Results
#1 Stanford 42, Notre Dame 19
#2 Oklahoma 44, Iowa State 14
Oregon State 39, #3 Oregon 33
#4 Boise State 41, Wyoming 7
#5 Texas A&M 38, Texas 31
#6 Michigan State 34, Northwestern 10
#7 Miami-FL 34, Boston College 7
#8 Penn State 21, Wisconsin 17
#9 Alabama 28, Auburn 23
#10 Nebraska 24, #19 Iowa 21
#11 South Carolina 31, Clemson 13
#13 UCF 31, UTEP 14
#14 LSU 49, Arkansas 25
#15 Air Force 41, Colorado State 10
#16 Florida State 45, #23 Florida 9
#18 San Diego State 20, UNLV 17
#20 Illinois 34, Minnesota 10
#21 Michigan 52, Ohio State 14
#22 Virginia Tech 48, Virginia 14
#24 Georgia Tech 24, Georgia 17
Ole Miss 26, #25 Mississippi State 21


Week 13 Pac-12 Scoreboard
ResultsHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
#1 Stanford 42, Notre Dame 19T. Rees (ND): 319S. Taylor (STAN): 154C. Fleener (STAN): 118
Arizona State 27, California 20A. Bridgford (CAL): 248I. Sofele (CAL): 94M. Willie (ASU): 78
Arizona 49, UL-Lafayette 0N. Foles (ARIZ): 218G. Nwoko (ARIZ): 124D. Douglas (ARIZ): 107
Oregon State 39, #3 Oregon 33Da. Thomas (ORE): 233R. McCants (OSU): 107J. Hoffman (ORE): 90
Washington 52, Washington State 45K. Price (WASH): 287K. Price (WASH): 61A. Seferian-Jenkins (WASH): 156
Utah 37, Colorado 14J. Wynn (UTAH): 387R. Stewart (COL): 102D. Anderson (UTAH): 219
USC 28, UCLA 21M. Barkley (USC): 207J. Franklin (UCLA): 81B. Carswell (USC): 67


NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 27, 2011
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford (35)1201499
22Oklahoma (26)1101353
34Boise State1011109
45Texas A&M1111069
56Michigan State1021033
67Miami-FL111988
78Penn State111984
89Alabama102942
910Nebraska102876
1011South Carolina102827
1112Oklahoma State92788
1213UCF111758
1314LSU93709
1415Air Force102690
1516Florida State93686
163Oregon102674
1717TCU83601
1818San Diego State92583
1920Illinois93510
2021Michigan93467
2122Virginia Tech93444
2224Georgia Tech93370
23NRHouston111328
24NRUSC93278
25NRNevada92261


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 27, 2011
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Stanford1201.000
22Oklahoma1100.994
34Boise State1010.983
46Michigan State1020.981
57Texas A&M1110.978
65Penn State1110.978
78Miami-FL1110.967
89Alabama1020.964
910Nebraska1020.953
1011South Carolina1020.945


Heisman Watch - Updated: Nov 27, 2011
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Ryan TannehillQBTexas A&M2613 passing yards, 28 TDs, 10 INTs, 874 rushing yards, 14 TDs
Stepfan TaylorHBStanford1557 rushing yards, 8.4 YPC, 12 TDs, 273 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Darron ThomasQBOregon2616 passing yards, 27 TDs, 8 INTs, 750 rushing yards, 9 TDs
Spencer WareHBLSU1007 rushing yards, 5.1 YPC, 15 TDs, 232 receiving yards, 3 TDs
Jason FordHBIllinois1092 rushing yards, 5.3 YPC, 14 TDs
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Rumor: Pac-12 looking to expand again?
College football's conference shakeup continues

WALNUT CREEK, CA - A year after the Pac-12 added Colorado and Utah, and the Big 10 added Nebraska, the waves of conference realignment continue to vibrate through the college football world.

Texas A&M and Missouri are leaving the Big 12 for the SEC. TCU and West Virginia will replace them in the Big 12. Pitt and Syracuse will defect from the dying Big East to the ACC.

And now, while the Big East scrambles for survival by inquiring about several smaller schools across the country, the Pac-12 has mostly stayed on the sidelines, seemingly content at staying at twelve after the additions of Colorado and Utah - until now.

While nothing is official, a source close to the top of the Pac-12 food chain confirmed that the conference has reached out to several schools, including San Diego State, BYU, Boise State, and Hawaii, about possible membership. It's unknown what the pecking order is for the schools, and if these talks will even get off the ground, but things are expected to move quickly one way or the other after this season concludes.
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Week 14 Recap

Week 14 Scoreboard
Results
#2 Oklahoma 25, #11 Oklahoma State 23
#3 Boise State 52, New Mexico 0
#17 TCU 45, UNLV 3
#18 San Diego State 23, Fresno State 20
#25 Nevada 21, Idaho 16


Final 2011 Conference Standings

Pac-12 North Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#1 Stanford12-01.0009-0511144W12
#15 Oregon10-20.8307-2487253L1
Oregon State7-50.5805-4335277W1
Washington6-60.5004-5327298W2
California4-80.3302-7258285L3
Washington State1-110.0800-0230464L11


Pac-12 South Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#24 USC9-30.7506-3338295W1
Arizona State8-40.6606-3323258W4
Utah7-50.5806-3352273W4
Arizona6-60.5004-5410324W1
UCLA7-50.5804-5362281L1
Colorado4-80.3302-7238336L4


ACC Atlantic Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#14 Florida State9-30.7506-2381207W2
Boston College8-40.6606-2330272L1
NC State8-40.6604-4358195W2
Maryland7-50.5804-4344268L1
Clemson4-80.3303-5271268L2
Wake Forest2-100.1601-7239382L4


ACC Coastal Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#6 Miami-FL11-10.9108-0456216W9
#21 Virginia Tech9-30.7505-3376210W4
#22 Georgia Tech9-30.7505-3361200W2
North Carolina7-50.5804-4292279W1
Virginia4-80.3301-7240320L2
Duke4-80.3301-7300394L5


Big 12 Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#2 Oklahoma12-01.0009-0435188W12
#4 Texas A&M11-10.9108-1476240W3
Baylor8-40.6606-3350303W2
#17 Oklahoma State9-30.7506-3455259L1
Kansas State8-40.6605-4355240W2
Texas Tech5-70.4103-6254307L1
Missouri6-60.5003-6314361W1
Texas4-80.3302-7268335L3
Kansas4-80.3302-7221349L3
Iowa State2-100.1601-8250320L8


Big East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
Pittsburgh10-20.8306-1354221W2
USF7-50.5804-3380268W2
West Virginia6-60.5004-3282284L2
Louisville8-40.6604-3332238L2
Syracuse8-40.6604-3342301L1
Rutgers6-60.5003-4321290W3
Connecticut8-40.6603-4378263W1
Cincinnati3-90.2500-7241312L9


Big Ten Leaders Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#7 Penn State11-10.9108-0344167W10
#19 Illinois9-30.7506-2370212W3
Wisconsin7-50.5803-5347208L2
Indiana4-80.3302-6259299W1
Ohio State5-70.4102-6247292L2
Purdue5-70.4102-6282288L3


Big Ten Legends Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#5 Michigan State10-20.8306-2363195W5
#9 Nebraska10-20.8306-2305188W2
Iowa8-40.6605-3360236L1
#20 Michigan9-30.7505-3387219W1
Northwestern6-60.5002-6348304L1
Minnesota3-90.2501-7225278L6


SEC East Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#10 South Carolina10-20.8306-2461227W5
Georgia8-40.6605-3356243L2
Tennessee8-40.6605-3376288W2
Florida7-50.5804-4326220L1
Kentucky5-70.4102-6312326L1
Vanderbilt3-90.2500-8245395W1


SEC West Conference Standings - Updated: Dec 1, 2011
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
#8 Alabama10-20.8306-2405203W4
#12 LSU9-30.7506-2435231W3
Ole Miss8-40.6606-2318229W1
Mississippi State7-50.5803-5340219L1
Arkansas6-60.5003-5376333L2
Auburn6-60.5002-6349330L1

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#24 USC Trojans
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#1 Stanford Cardinal
(12-0, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
6333Total Yards7149
4691Total Offensive Yards6026
2972Passing Yards3240
1719Rushing Yards2786
28.1Points Per Game42.5
24Passing TD34
15Rushing TD25
228First Downs220
49Red Zone Attempts61
30-7Red Zone TD-FG35-17
75Red Zone Percentage85
Defensive Stats Comparison
4380Total Yards Allowed3299
2457Passing Yards Allowed2302
1923Rushing Yards Allowed997
295Points Allowed144
43Sacks47
4Fumble Recoveries10
16Interceptions14
24.6Points Per Game12.0
46Red Zone Attempts22
25-7Red Zone TD-FG4-10
69Red Zone Percentage63
Injury Report
Nickell Robey, CB, torn pectoral
Doubtful
Terrence Stephens, DT, broken ribs
Probable

Chris Owusu, WR, broken tailbone
5 weeks
Game Notes
The names are the same as they were a month ago for the Trojans, who put a dent in Stanford's defense before the Cardinal ripped off 41 straight points in a 58-20 slaughter at the Coliseum. Now the stakes are infinitely higher, as Stanford's national title hopes ride on the rematch on The Farm.


Talent wise, the Trojans are as dangerous as ever, with Matt Barkley (2972 yards, 24 TDs, 7 INTs), Marc Tyler (1001 yards, 10 TDs), and Robert Woods (65 receptions, 1103 yards, 9 TDs) leading the firepower on offense, and 43 sacks coming from the defense, second in the Pac-12 to Stanford's 47.
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Loving seeing my Pitt Panthers taking care of business in the Big East, awesome job for them. For Stanford, hopefully you can just get a repeat performance of the last time you played USC and it will be smooth sialing into the BCS national championship game.
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Wow, the Game of the Century against Oregon turned out to be just that. Let's hope for another rout in the rematch against SC...
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