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Old 11-18-2011, 02:14 AM   #57
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#24 USC @ #1 Stanford
Pac-12 Championship Game
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, CA
December 10, 2011




Cardinal Rule
In dramatic fashion, Stanford captures the Pac-12 title and makes plans for New Orleans

PALO ALTO, CA - Stanford knew USC wouldn't roll over so easily this time, like they did last month in the Coliseum when the Cardinal put a 58-20 smackdown on them.

But even they didn't expect this.

The Trojans crushed Stanford's offense, thoroughly and completely. Andrew Luck had his worst day as Stanford quarterback, and the Cardinal's feared running game was stuck in neutral. Thankfully, Stanford's defense was equal to the task, turning USC away time and again, while also forcing four turnovers.

But it still seemed like USC might pull off the upset, when they finally broke through early in the 4th quarter on a Robert Woods touchdown for a 10-9 lead. But with their backs pushed to the wall, Stanford finally answered, and Andrew Luck and Jeremy Stewart executed a perfect wheel route off playaction to Stewart out of the backfield, as the pass floated over the surprised USC defenders into Stewart's arms. After a two-point play, the Cardinal's defense took it from there.

Stanford 17, USC 10.

The drama-filled victory gives Stanford the Pac-12 championship, their first conference title since 1999. More importantly, though, it sends the Cardinal to the BCS National Championship Game in New Orleans, where they can capture the program's first national title since 1926.

"I can't even express how proud I am of these guys," first year coach Brian Kudron said in the aftermath. "This was our toughest test of the season, and we stepped up when the moment called for it. Great teams make big plays in big moments, and that's what our kids did out there tonight."

Barring something unforeseen taking place in the BCS rankings, Stanford appears set to face powerhouse Oklahoma in the title game in the Big Easy.

USC Trojans at Stanford Cardinal
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#24 USC Trojans (9-4)300710
#1 Stanford Cardinal (13-0)063817
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense317184
Rushing Yards90140
Passing Yards22744
First Downs179
Punt Return Yards589
Kick Return Yards4842
Total Yards423235
Turnovers40
3rd Down Converstion5-153-14
4th Down Conversion2-40-1
2-Point Conversion0-01-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/11/3
Penalties0-02-15
Posession Time19:3328:27
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
7:29(USC) Heidari, 32 yard FG30
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
6:47(STAN) Williamson, 18 yard FG33
3:27(STAN) Williamson, 33 yard FG36
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
6:37(STAN) Williamson, 31 yard FG39
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGUSCSTAN
11:22(USC) Barkley, 4 yard pass to Woods (Heidari kick)109
7:31(STAN) Luck, 9 yard pass to Stewart (Taylor run)1017
USC Trojans
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
M. Barkley19/3322712
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
M. Tyler26973.70
M. Barkley7-18-2.50
G. Farmer3113.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
R. Woods56112.21
M. Lee3258.30
B. Butler22713.50
R. Ellison2105.00
R. Telfer23417.00
B. Carswell22110.50
K. Prater12525.00
M. Tyler188.00
G. Farmer11616.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
D. Bailey8000
T. Harris6000
J. Starling91.000
D. Kennard31.000
C. Galippo6000
N. Perry6000
T. McDonald9000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
A. Heidari1/11/1432
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
C. Albardo413333.20
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
P. Hall24824.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
R. Woods6589.60
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
A. Luck6/114410
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
S. Taylor18764.20
J. Stewart17794.60
A. Luck6-27-4.50
R. Hewitt242.00
A. Wilkerson284.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Stewart199.01
C. Fleener144.00
G. Whalen11717.00
J. Rashad-Patterson122.00
Z. Ertz133.00
L. Toilolo199.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
B. Browning7000
D. Howell11010
J. Bademosi81.000
C. Thomas41.000
T. Murphy5010
M. Thomas8000
M. Masifilo71.000
J. Gowan11.000
S. Skov5000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson3/30/0933
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
D. Zychlinski732245.91
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery24221.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Terrell199.00
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Championship Week Recap

Pac-12 Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#24 USC Trojans (9-4)300710
#1 Stanford Cardinal (13-0)063817


C-USA Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
East Carolina Pirates (8-5)1677333
#23 Houston Cougars (12-1)713172158


ACC Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#14 Florida State Seminoles (10-3)2170735
#6 Miami (FL) Hurricanes (11-2)7371330


SEC Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#10 South Carolina Gamecocks (11-2)3031420
#8 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-3)073010


Big Ten Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#5 Michigan State Spartans (10-3)390315
#7 Penn State Nittany Lions (12-1)71401435


MAC Championship
Dec 10, 20111ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Miami (OH) RedHawks (9-4)7310020
Toledo Rockets (9-4)377724
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2011 Awards

2011 College Football Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Heisman Memorial TrophyRyan TannehillQBTexas A&M
Maxwell AwardRyan TannehillQBTexas A&M
Walter Camp AwardRyan TannehillQBTexas A&M
Chuck Bednarik AwardRicardo AllenCBPurdue
Bronko Nagurski TrophyMatthew MasifiloDEStanford
Davey O'Brien AwardKyle PadronQBSMU
Doak Walker AwardStepfan TaylorHBStanford
Fred Biletnikoff AwardJuron CrinerWRArizona
John Mackey AwardCoby FleenerTEStanford
Outland TrophyChima OkoliRTPenn State
Rimington TrophyWilliam VlachosCAlabama
Lombardi AwardMatthew MasifiloDEStanford
Linebacker of the YearChase ThomasOLBStanford
Jim Thorpe AwardIsiah FreyCBNevada
Lou Groza AwardJimmy StevensKOklahoma
Ray Guy AwardAlex ButterworthPPenn State
Returner of the YearRyan SwopeWRTexas A&M


2011 All-Americans
1st Team OffensePosTeam2nd Team OffensePosTeam
Kyle PadronQBSMUStephen GarciaQBSouth Carolina
Jason FordHBIllinoisMontel HarrisHBBoston College
Stepfan TaylorHBStanfordSpencer WareHBLSU
Lance LewisWRECUJustin BlackmonWROklahoma State
Patrick EdwardsWRHoustonJuron CrinerWRArizona
Coby FleenerTEStanfordGavin EscobarTESan Diego State
Chima OkoliTPenn StateBrandon WashingtonTMiami-FL
Harland GunnGMiami-FLBrandon LinderGMiami-FL
William VlachosCAlabamaJay FinchCGeorgia Tech
DeOntae PannellGPenn StateDavid SpurlockGFlorida State
Marcel JonesTNebraskaRyan BasfordTNavy
1st Team DefensePosTeam2nd Team DefensePosTeam
Devin TaylorDESouth CarolinaFrank AlexanderDEOklahoma
Matthew MasifiloDEStanfordBen GardnerDEStanford
Jared CrickDTNebraskaDa'John HarrisDTUSC
Terrence StephensDTStanfordJerel WorthyDTMichigan State
Bruce TaylorOLBVirginia TechTrent MurphyOLBStanford
Shayne SkovMLBStanfordMarcus McGrawMLBHouston
Chase ThomasOLBStanfordReginald BowensOLBSouth Carolina
Ricardo AllenCBPurdueD'Anton LynnCBPenn State
Isiah FreyCBNevadaAlfonzo DennardCBNebraska
Michael ThomasFSStanfordOmar BrownFSMarshall
Delano HowellSSStanfordRay Ray ArmstrongSSMiami-FL
1st Team SpecialistsPosTeam2nd Team SpecialistsPosTeam
Jimmy StevensKOklahomaDan ConroyKMichigan State
Alex ButterworthPPenn StateBrett MaherPNebraska
Ryan SwopeKRTexas A&MJamal TurnerKRNebraska


2011 All Pac-12 Teams
1st Team OffensePosTeam2nd Team OffensePosTeam
Andrew LuckQBStanfordDarron ThomasQBOregon
Marc TylerHBUSCLaMichael JamesHBOregon
Stepfan TaylorHBStanfordKenjon BarnerHBOregon
Robert WoodsWRUSCMike WillieWRArizona State
Juron CrinerWRArizonaLavasier TuineiWROregon
Coby FleenerTEStanfordJoe HalahuniTEOregon State
Darrion WeemsTOregonMike RemmersTOregon State
Ryan ClantonGOregonRamsen GolpashinGOregon
Hroniss GrasuCOregonKhaled HolmesCUSC
John MartinezGUSCPercy TaumoelauGUtah
Mark AsperTOregonKevin GrafTUSC
1st Team DefensePosTeam2nd Team DefensePosTeam
Ben GardnerDEStanfordDion JordanDEOregon
Matthew MasifiloDEStanfordNick PerryDEUSC
Da'John HarrisDTUSCRicky HeimuliDTOregon
Terrence StephensDTStanfordChristian TupouDTUSC
Trent MurphyOLBStanfordHayes PullardOLBUSC
Shayne SkovMLBStanfordMax BergenMLBStanford
Chase ThomasOLBStanfordJosh KadduOLBOregon
Omar BoldenCBArizona StateJohnson BademosiCBStanford
Brandon HardinCBOregon StateAnthony GildonCBOregon
Michael ThomasFSStanfordJohn BoyettFSOregon
Delano HowellSSStanfordLance MitchellSSOregon State
1st Team SpecialistsPosTeam2nd Team SpecialistsPosTeam
Jordan WilliamsonKStanfordRob BeardKOregon
Daniel ZychlinskiPStanfordChris AlbaradoPUSC
Dan BucknerKRArizonaPatrick HallKRUSC
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2011 Pac-12 Leaders

Updated: Dec 11, 2011
Passing YardsYardsTouchdown PassesTDs
1. Nick Foles, Arizona34321. Nick Foles, Arizona38
2. Matt Barkley, USC31992. Andrew Luck, Stanford34
3. Andrew Luck, Stanford31703. Darron Thomas, Oregon27
4. Brock Osweiler, Arizona State29254. Three tied25
5. Darron Thomas, Oregon26165.
Rushing YardsYardsYards Per CarryYPC
1. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford16331. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford8.0
2. Rodney Stewart, Colorado11112. Anthony Wilkerson, Stanford7.9
3. Marc Tyler, USC10983. Kenjon Barner, Oregon5.9
4. LaMichael James, Oregon9454. LaMichael James, Oregon5.7
5. Jonathan Franklin, UCLA8985. Three tied5.4
Rushing TouchdownsTDsReceptionsRec
1. Kenjon Barner, Oregon141. Juron Criner, Arizona71
2. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford122. Robert Woods, USC70
3. Marc Tyler, USC103. Coby Fleener, Stanford64
4. Four tied94. Mike Willie, Arizona State62
5. 5. James Rodgers, Oregon State61
Receiving YardsYardsTouchdown ReceptionsTDs
1. Juron Criner, Arizona12081. Juron Criner, Arizona17
2. Robert Woods, USC11642. Coby Fleener, Stanford14
3. James Rodgers, Oregon State10493. Lavasier Tuinei, Oregon11
4. Coby Fleener, Stanford9574. Robert Woods10
5. Jermaine Kearse, Washington8895. Three tied9


Updated: Dec 11, 2011
Total TacklesTklsTackles For LossTFL
1. Shayne Skov, Stanford971. Brandon Rankin, Washington State24
2. Alex Hoffman-Ellis, Washington State922. Derrick Shelby, Utah23
3. Sean Westgate, UCLA853. CJ Parish, Arizona22
4. Brandon Magee, Arizona State834. Jake Fischer, Arizona22
5. Matt Martinez, Utah825. Four tied20
SacksSksInterceptionsINTs
1. Matthew Masifilo, Stanford9.51. Brandon Hardin, Oregon State10
2. Ben Gardner, Stanford8.52. Omar Bolden, Arizona State9
3. Seven tied6.53. Marc Anthony, California8
4. 4. Lance Mitchell, Oregon State6
5. 5. Two tied5
Pass DeflectionsPDsForced FumblesFF
1. Brandon Hardin, Oregon State221. Matt Martinez, Utah4
2. Johnson Bademosi, Stanford192. Travis Sandersfeld, Colorado4
3. Torin Harris, USC143. Five tied3
4. Michael Thomas, Stanford144.
5. Five tied135.
Fumble RecoveriesFR
1. Sheldon Price, UCLA51.
2. Robert Golden, Arizona52.
3. Five tied33.
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2011 Pac-12 Team Rankings
Conference Rankings in paranthesis

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Arizona442.6 (3)307.2 (1)135.4 (9)34.1 (3)41 (1)10 (t-11)34 (t-6)248 (3)
Arizona State376.8 (8)253.8 (2)122.9 (10)26.9 (8)25 (t-6)13 (t-7)35 (t-8)240 (6)
California347.5 (9)209.7 (9)137.8 (8)21.5 (10)19 (10)11 (t-9)28 (1)224 (9)
Colorado333.3 (10)167.9 (12)165.3 (5)19.8 (11)13 (t-11)13 (t-7)32 (5)221 (10)
Oregon464.3 (2)234.2 (6)230.1 (1)40.5 (2)28 (3)35 (1)29 (t-2)277 (1)
Oregon State330.8 (11)221.6 (8)109.2 (12)27.9 (6)25 (t-6)11 (t-9)40 (10)190 (12)
Stanford477.7 (1)252.6 (3)225.1 (2)40.6 (1)35 (2)25 (2)45 (12)229 (8)
UCLA402.8 (4)230.7 (7)172.1 (4)30.1 (4)23 (9)22 (3)35 (t-8)261 (2)
USC385.2 (6)246.1 (4)139.1 (7)26.7 (9)25 (t-6)15 (t-5)29 (t-2)245 (5)
Utah385.0 (7)237.5 (5)147.5 (6)29.3 (5)26 (t-4)15 (t-5)31 (4)235 (7)
Washington388.5 (5)206.2 (10)182.3 (3)27.2 (7)26 (t-4)16 (4)34 (t-6)247 (4)
Washington State286.0 (12)170.0 (11)116.0 (11)19.1 (12)13 (t-11)10 (t-11)43 (11)200 (11)
DEFENSETOTPASSRUSHPTSSACKFUMBINT
Arizona387.9 (11)260.7 (11)127.3 (3)27.0 (10)37 (4)9 (t-2)10 (t-9)
Arizona State319.1 (2)185.2 (1)133.9 (6)21.5 (3)32 (9)5 (10)21 (2)
California330.1 (5)190.2 (2)139.9 (8)23.8 (7)33 (t-7)8 (t-4)17 (3)
Colorado373.5 (9)230.8 (10)142.8 (9)28.0 (11)28 (12)6 (9)11 (8)
Oregon348.3 (7)218.2 (t-8)130.2 (5)21.1 (2)31 (t-10)8 (t-4)12 (7)
Oregon State382.5 (10)218.2 (t-8)165.2 (11)23.1 (5)33 (t-7)8 (t-4)25 (1)
Stanford278.2 (1)194.5 (5)83.6 (1)11.8 (1)51 (1)12 (1)16 (t-4)
UCLA334.7 (6)205.3 (7)129.3 (4)23.4 (6)35 (5)9 (t-2)8 (12)
USC351.1 (8)192.4 (4)158.7 (10)24.0 (8)45 (2)4 (11)16 (t-4)
Utah320.9 (3)202.4 (6)118.5 (2)22.8 (4)31 (t-10)7 (8)9 (11)
Washington329.5 (4)191.7 (3)137.8 (7)24.8 (9)34 (6)3 (12)10 (t-9)
Washington State430.5 (12)263.9 (12)166.6 (12)38.7 (12)41 (3)8 (t-4)13 (6)
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California7018338 (t-8)101952 (6)010 (t-10)
Colorado7318838 (t-8)81942 (11)1250 (t-5)
Oregon8515554 (1)91464 (2)2540 (7)
Oregon State6117035 (12)122060 (t-3)1250 (t-5)
Stanford8718547 (t-3)122060 (t-3)11100 (t-1)
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USC7418041 (7)91656 (5)1333 (t-8)
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Washington7515847 (t-3)61346 (t-9)11100 (t-1)
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UCLA53 (3)33 (3)4 (12)69 (11)41 (6)23 (t-5)7 (t-2)73 (6)
USC52 (4)31 (4)8 (t-6)74 (7)51 (11)26 (11)10 (t-7)70 (5)
Utah49 (t-5)28 (t-6)9 (t-4)75 (t-5)36 (2)23 (t-5)9 (t-5)88 (12)
Washington48 (7)28 (t-6)8 (t-6)75 (t-5)38 (3)25 (10)6 (1)81 (9)
Washington State39 (11)16 (12)14 (2)76 (4)53 (12)34 (12)10 (t-7)83 (10)
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2011 Bowl Games

New Mexico Bowl: Troy (8-4) vs. Arkansas (6-6)
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: SMU (8-4) vs. Syracuse (8-4)
New Orleans Bowl: Tulsa (6-6) vs. Arkansas State (8-4)
Las Vegas Bowl: Oregon State (7-5) vs. #18 San Diego State (10-2)
Poinsettia Bowl: Hawaii (6-6) vs. #14 Air Force (10-2)
Hawaii Bowl: Southern Miss (8-4) vs. Fresno State (8-4)
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Washington (6-6) vs. Northern Illinois (8-4)
Belk Bowl: #22 Georgia Tech (9-3) vs. West Virginia (6-6)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Connecticut (8-4) vs. Utah (7-5)
Music City Bowl: Florida (7-5) vs. North Carolina (7-5)
Independence Bowl: #17 TCU (9-3) vs. NC State (8-4)
Military Bowl: Miami-OH (9-4) vs. Army (6-6)
Champs Sports Bowl: USF (7-5) vs. Boston College (8-4)
Humanitarian Bowl: Ohio (9-3) vs. #24 Nevada (10-2)
Holiday Bowl: Missouri (6-6) vs. Arizona State (8-4)
Sun Bowl: USC (9-4) vs. #21 Virginia Tech (9-3)
Armed Forces Bowl: Marshall (6-6) vs. Colorado State (6-6)
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Louisville (8-4) vs. #23 Houston (12-1)
Texas Bowl: Wisconsin (7-5) vs. Maryland (7-5)
Insight Bowl: Kansas State (8-4) vs. #19 Michigan (9-3)
Chick-fil-A Bowl: Georgia (8-4) vs. #10 Miami-FL (11-2)
Outback Bowl: Ole Miss (8-4) vs. #12 Michigan State (10-3)
Capital One Bowl: #11 LSU (9-3) vs. #20 Illinois (9-3)
Gator Bowl: Tennessee (8-4) vs. #25 Iowa (8-4)
TicketCity Bowl: ECU (8-5) vs. Northwestern (6-6)
Alamo Bowl: #16 Oklahoma State (9-3) vs. #13 Oregon (10-2)
Godaddy.com Bowl: Toledo (9-4) vs. FIU (6-6)
AT&T Cotton Bowl: #15 Alabama (10-3) vs. Baylor (8-4)
BBVA Compass Bowl: Rutgers (6-6) vs. Mississippi State (7-5)

2011 Bowl Championship Series



#4 Penn State (12-1) vs. #3 Boise State (11-1)
Big Ten Champion vs. BCS At-large
Rose Bowl Game
Rose Bowl
Pasadena, CA
January 2, 2012



#6 South Carolina (11-2) vs. Pittsburgh (10-2)
SEC Champion vs. Big East Champion
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 2, 2012



#8 Florida State (10-3) vs. #9 Central Florida (11-1)
ACC Champion vs. BCS At-large
Discover Orange Bowl
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
January 3, 2012



#5 Texas A&M (11-1) vs. #7 Nebraska (10-2)
BCS At-large vs. BCS At-large
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
January 4, 2012



#1 Stanford (13-0) vs. #2 Oklahoma (12-0)
BCS #1 vs. BCS #2
BCS National Championship Game
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 9, 2012
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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




Wow seemed like a fun game, I had a few like that during my first season, and in my conference championship my second season, good luck in the BCS
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Those stats for the season just show that your team was really unbelievable and played fantastic. The defense was ridiculously good, and then with an offense led by Andrew Luck, of course that was stellar as well.

Interesting to see 2 BCS Busters in Boise and UCF. I think Boise should probably have a better chance to pull off a win than UCF, I'm shocked they even got in. Hopefully, Pitt proves the Big East deserves their BCS bid and picks up a big win, and same to you at Stanford.
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