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Old 11-20-2011, 03:34 AM   #65
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

Cardinal knows nothing will be easy in the Big Easy
One of college football's bluebloods stands between Stanford and the national title

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Oklahoma isn't new to this party in the least; the Sooners know what to expect on college football's biggest stage.

Stanford, on the other hand, is the new kid on the block; the up and comer determined to prove it belongs amid college football's elite.

In that sense, tonight's BCS title game in New Orleans could be seen as a rebellion against the establishment. Stanford returns to the BCS a year after humiliating Virginia Tech in last year's Orange Bowl. Oklahoma, meanwhile, will appear in their 5th BCS championship game under Bob Stoops, having beaten Florida State in the 2001 Orange Bowl, losing to LSU in the 2004 Sugar Bowl, losing to USC in the 2005 Orange Bowl, and losing to the Florida Gators in the 2008 title game, also in south Florida.

The Sooners are immensely powerful on both sides of the ball, as usual under Stoops. Quarterback Landry Jones missed some time during the season, but is healthy for the title game and threw for 2270 yards and 23 touchdowns during the year at a 61% completion rate while only throwing four interceptions. OU has a stable of running backs, led by sophomore Brennan Clay (1062 yards, 11 TDs). On the outside, four Oklahoma receivers have over 500 yards receiving: Ryan Broyles (974), Kenny Stills (573), tight end James Hanna (522), and Dejuan Miller (548). Stills leads the team with 11 touchdowns, followed by seven each from Broyles and Miller.

On defense, playmaking sophomore linebacker Corey Nelson will miss the game with a shoulder injury, but the Sooners have plenty of starpower on every level. Senior Travis Lewis is the captain, leading the team with 76 tackles. Fellow senior Frank Alexander leads the Sooners with 5.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss. The Sooners have three standout corners capable of locking down opposing receivers in senior Jamell Fleming, junior Demontre Hurst, and sophomore Gabe Lynn. Elite safety play is a staple of Brent Venables' OU defenses, and this year's unit is no different, as Sam Proctor and Tony Jefferson both have great instincts and tremendous hitting power.

Overall, the two teams are very similar in mentality and talent. The main difference will be the offensive philosophy - Oklahoma will speed things up and run no huddle to try and wear the Stanford defense out, while the Cardinal will, of course, control the clock and try to pummel the Sooners into submission. Neither offense will find its objective to be easy, but the one that achieves it the most will likely prevail and take the crystal football.

Matchup Preview | January 9, 2012
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#2 Oklahoma Sooners
(12-0, Away)
#1 Stanford Cardinal
(13-0, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
6401Total Yards7384
5091Total Offensive Yards6210
3105Passing Yards3284
1986Rushing Yards2926
36.2Points Per Game40.6
34Passing TD35
16Rushing TD25
264First Downs229
56Red Zone Attempts66
36-13Red Zone TD-FG36-20
87Red Zone Percentage84
Defensive Stats Comparison
3589Total Yards Allowed3616
2098Passing Yards Allowed2529
1491Rushing Yards Allowed1087
188Points Allowed154
28Sacks51
10Fumble Recoveries12
19Interceptions16
15.7Points Per Game11.8
33Red Zone Attempts25
14-8Red Zone TD-FG5-11
66Red Zone Percentage64
Injury Report
Corey Nelson, OLB, torn shoulder
Out
Chris Owusu, WR, broken tailbone
Probable

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Old 11-21-2011, 07:34 PM   #66
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#2 Oklahoma vs. #1 Stanford
BCS National Championship
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, LA
January 9, 2012




Sooners sack Stanford
Cardinal's dream season dies a slow death in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Time and again, Stanford pressed down on Oklahoma's defense, always inching closer it seemed.

But in the end, the Sooners' defense held their ground, turning Andrew Luck away and snuffing out Stanford's national title hopes with a heart-stopping 7-6 win in the championship game in New Orleans.

Outside of Ryan Broyles' touchdown in the second quarter, Stanford's defense crushed Oklahoma's offense, giving Luck and the offense every opportunity to take control of the game. For almost the entire second half, Stanford kept the Sooners pinned and would end up taking over near midfield. But Bob Stoops' defense never broke. Stanford's closest incursion in the fourth quarter was Oklahoma's 36 yard line, and coach Brian Kudron decided to go for it instead of attempting a 53 yard field goal.

"It wasn't an easy choice," the Stanford coach said. "It was a long field goal, and I weighed it against the odds of converting a 4th and short. Obviously it didn't go our way. It just wasn't our night."

Stanford's punishing running game was beaten backward for the first time all season, as Oklahoma's defense never broke against the Cardinal's mauling front line. To make matters worse, Luck had no time to throw all game, taking five sacks in addition to constant pressure. The beating was evident at the end of the night, as Luck was weary and worn out by the time the Sooners ran the clock out.

The defeat is a bitter and heartbreaking one for the Cardinal, but a 13-1 record, a Pac-12 championship and an appearence in the national title game is a landmark season. Coupling it with last season's 12-1 record, the foundation for Stanford going forward seems solid. Coach Kudron is bringing in an excellent class in recruiting next year, but at the moment his biggest task will be to recruit several key players who could jump early to the NFL. Andrew Luck is almost assuredly gone this time, no matter what. But other vital pieces that could be swayed into returning are running back Stepfan Taylor, offensive linemen Jonathan Martin and David DeCastro, and star linebackers Shayne Skov and Chase Thomas.

Oklahoma Sooners at Stanford Cardinal
Jan 9, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#2 Oklahoma Sooners (13-0)07007
#1 Stanford Cardinal (13-1)30306
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense241246
Rushing Yards10888
Passing Yards133158
First Downs1314
Punt Return Yards1874
Kick Return Yards049
Total Yards259369
Turnovers20
3rd Down Converstion3-146-19
4th Down Conversion0-00-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/00/2
Penalties2-154-35
Posession Time15:1632:44
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGOKLASTAN
4:45(STAN) Williamson, 35 yard FG03
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGOKLASTAN
8:02(OKLA) Jones, 12 yard pass to Broyles (Stevens kick)73
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGOKLASTAN
7:00(STAN) Williamson, 23 yard FG76
Oklahoma Sooners
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. Jones18/3213311
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
B. Clay161157.10
L. Jones7-38-5.40
R. Finch5275.40
D. Miller122.00
T. Millard122.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
R. Broyles55310.61
K. Stills45313.20
D. Miller3113.60
B. Clay3134.30
T. Franks231.50
T. Ratteree100.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
F. Alexander103.000
R. Lewis72.000
D. Hurst6000
T. Wort7000
G. Lynn8000
E. Lee9000
T. Lewis5000
T. Jefferson8000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Stevens0/01/11
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Way835244.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
R. Broyles5183.60
Stanford Cardinal
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
A. Luck18/3415800
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
S. Taylor20492.40
A. Luck8-6-0.70
J. Stewart6325.30
C. Owusu263.00
A. Wilkerson177.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
C. Fleener7588.20
S. Taylor3-1-0.30
L. Toilolo23718.50
G. Meinken2147.00
J. Rashad-Patterson11212.00
C. Owusu11111.00
Z. Ertz11717.00
R. Hewitt11010.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
M. Thomas11000
D. Howell8000
B. Browning6010
S. Skov71.000
T. Stephens71.500
M. Masifilo51.000
B. Gardner40.500
M. Bergen61.000
C. Thomas31.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
J. Williamson2/20/0635
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
D. Zychlinski930834.26
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
T. Montgomery24924.50
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
D. Terrell77410.50
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Bowl Game Results

New Mexico Bowl: Troy 40, Arkansas 28
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: SMU 48, Syracuse 13
New Orleans Bowl: Tulsa 38, Arkansas State 17
Las Vegas Bowl: #18 San Diego State 26, Oregon State 24
Poinsettia Bowl: Hawaii 45, #13 Air Force 14
Hawaii Bowl: Southern Miss 42, Fresno State 32
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl: Washington 19, Northern Illinois 7
Belk Bowl: #22 Georgia Tech 19, West Virginia 13
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Utah 31, Connecticut 24 (OT)
Music City Bowl: Florida 31, North Carolina 27
Independence Bowl: #17 TCU 30, NC State 23
Military Bowl: Miami-OH 39, Army 35
Champs Sports Bowl: USF 20, Boston College 17 (OT)
Humanitarian Bowl: #24 Nevada 42, Ohio 24
Holiday Bowl: Arizona State 35, Missouri 13
Sun Bowl: USC 23, #21 Virginia Tech 14
Armed Forces Bowl: Colorado State 34, Marshall 0
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: #23 Houston 37, Louisville 29
Texas Bowl: Wisconsin 35, Maryland 21
Insight Bowl: Kansas State 48, #19 Michigan 31
Chick-fil-A Bowl: #10 Miami-FL 19, Georgia 6
Outback Bowl: #12 Michigan State 24, Ole Miss 15
Capital One Bowl: #20 Illinois 31, #11 LSU 17
Gator Bowl: #25 Iowa 41, Tennessee 24
TicketCity Bowl: ECU 20, Northwestern 17
Alamo Bowl: #13 Oregon 48, #16 Oklahoma State 35
Godaddy.com Bowl: FIU 38, Toledo 36
AT&T Cotton Bowl: #15 Alabama 38, Baylor 23
BBVA Compass Bowl: Mississippi State 34, Rutgers 10

Rose Bowl: #5 Penn State 33, #3 Boise State 17
Fiesta Bowl: #4 Texas A&M 28, #7 Nebraska 14
Orange Bowl: #9 Florida State 30, #8 UCF 10
Sugar Bowl: Pittsburgh 31, #6 South Carolina 22

BCS National Championship: #2 Oklahoma 7, #1 Stanford 6
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Stanford Cardinal Stats - 2011
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Andrew Luck222/383332814.9237.787342159.2
Brett Nottingham9/1410211.317.03410149.1
Daniel Zychlinski1/11212.04.01200200.8
Stepfan Taylor0/200.00.00000.0
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Stepfan Taylor22416827.5961512120.10
Anthony Wilkerson917247.98310951.70
Jeremy Stewart914284.7532335.70
Tyler Gaffney16815.1150016.20
Ryan Hewitt9485.313003.40
Geoff Meinken22412.021104.00
Brett Nottingham4184.520103.00
Chris Owusu4123.04001.30
Andrew Luck96-30.02841-0.25
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Coby Fleener71101514.21487872.5267
Zach Ertz2831311.2234426.1166
Griff Whalen2643016.5362230.7142
Levine Toilolo2336716.0342633.4124
Chris Owusu2245820.8681050.9216
Jamal Rashad-Patterson1726815.8156026.890
Stepfan Taylor1527218.1379319.4288
Ryan Hewitt121149.512818.174
Geoff Meinken6213.511213.514
Drew Terrell510921.805207.755
Ty Montgomery33110.301603.123
Jeremy Stewart199.01900.70
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Shayne Skov43611043.519820
Michael Thomas3945841.051430
Delano Howell4634800.06821
Max Bergen3047774.016510
Trent Murphy3735724.020410
Matthew Masifilo33296210.522110
Chase Thomas4418627.521222
Johnson Bademosi3220521.062311
Ben Gardner2625518.518200
Barry Browning3219510.031330
Terrence Stephens2424487.514200
Terrence Brown1616320.02400
Blake Lueders2011200.01000
Devon Carrington97160.00100
Usua Amanam95140.00010
Jordan Richards67131.02000
Henry Anderson37102.02000
Alex Debniak3680.00100
Jacob Gowan5161.01000
Josh Mauro3031.01000
Charlie Hopkins2111.02000
KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Drew Terrell000003612.01
Ty Montgomery2566026.4500000
Chris Owusu820225.2350000
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Jordan Williamson263574476464100142
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Daniel Zychlinski5222996344.235.401211
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Cardinal wins some, loses some
Early departures leave a mixed bag for Stanford

PALO ALTO, CA - It's certainly not surprising, but it still stings: Andrew Luck is gone.

Stanford's star quarterback spurned the NFL to return to The Farm in 2011, but he isn't doing so again, as he officially announced today that he will skip his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft.

"It's been an extraordinary ride," Luck said in his statement. "But it's time to move on."

Joining Luck on the early entry train to the NFL are running back Stepfan Taylor and outside linebacker Chase Thomas. Taylor's departure is neither surprising nor crippling, as the Cardinal will remain loaded in the backfield in 2012. Thomas's jump, however, is somewhat unexpected, and leaves a significant hole in Stanford's pass rush.

Also leaving is quarterback Josh Nunes via transfer. The redshirt sophomore was third string all season and saw no action. His departure is perilous, as Brett Nottingham is now the only quarterback on the roster, which will prompt Stanford coach Brian Kudron to take a quarterback in this year's recruiting class.

On the bright side, three of Stanford's most crucial pieces opted to return for their senior seasons. Defensive captain linebacker Shayne Skov and star offensive linemen Jonathan Martin and David DeCastro all contemplated leaving, but ultimately decided to conclude their college careers before heading to the pros.
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Stanford Cardinal Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Scott MitchellATHHSYucaipa (CA)6'4179
Terrance BradfordWRHSCedar Rapids (IA)6'0188
Kevin JacksonTEHSSan Diego (CA) Scripps Ranch6'4262
Tremayne SimmonsLBHSSan Clemente (CA)6'0248
Marcus DavenportTEHSWindow Rock (AZ)6'7244
Travis McDonaldOLHSGardena (CA) Junipero Serra6'4345
Willie ReedWRHSFort Bliss (TX)6'2185
Quinn FogleCBHSSanta Cruz (CA)6'1180
James SandersOLHSCypress (CA)6'5297
Kevin EstesCBHSFairfield (CA) Armijo6'0190
Kevin PurcellHBHSSan Bernardino (CA) Arroyo Valley6'0211
William SandersOLHSGardena (CA) Junipero Serra6'7297
Jay HicksTEHSLa Habra (CA)6'4242
Kevin KellyOLHSAnaheim (CA) Servite6'8325
Lance PopeDEHSYucaipa (CA)6'5282
Tony ParrishSHSDavis (CA)6'5215
John ArnoldDEHSFlowing Wells (AZ)6'4240
Trevor GallowayLBHSThousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian6'4235
Craig HumphreyQBHSMonterey Park (CA) Garfield6'4193
Chris HamDTHSWaxahachie (TX)6'0300
Jason MillerFBHSPalm Springs (CA)6'1202
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2012 Recruiting Recap

Top Recruiting Classes - 2012
RKTEAM54321TOTAL
1Oklahoma4910023
2Penn State2137022
3Alabama3115019
4LSU2123219
5Stanford1109121
6Michigan288220
7Boise State01110223
8Texas1910020
9Tennessee0913123
10Georgia2512221
11Florida State1810221
12Nebraska0911121
13Ohio State1711019
14Virginia Tech178218
15TCU1610219
16Florida1513019
17BYU0711321
18West Virginia096419
19Michigan State0612321
20Texas A&M0513523
21North Carolina078722
22Notre Dame1412118
23Houston0218424
24USC159318
25SMU0316423


2012 Pac-12 Classes

1. Stanford Cardinal
Stanford Cardinal Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Scott MitchellATHHSYucaipa (CA)6'4179
Terrance BradfordWRHSCedar Rapids (IA)6'0188
Kevin JacksonTEHSSan Diego (CA) Scripps Ranch6'4262
Tremayne SimmonsLBHSSan Clemente (CA)6'0248
Marcus DavenportTEHSWindow Rock (AZ)6'7244
Travis McDonaldOLHSGardena (CA) Junipero Serra6'4345
Willie ReedWRHSFort Bliss (TX)6'2185
Quinn FogleCBHSSanta Cruz (CA)6'1180
James SandersOLHSCypress (CA)6'5297
Kevin EstesCBHSFairfield (CA) Armijo6'0190
Kevin PurcellHBHSSan Bernardino (CA) Arroyo Valley6'0211
William SandersOLHSGardena (CA) Junipero Serra6'7297
Jay HicksTEHSLa Habra (CA)6'4242
Kevin KellyOLHSAnaheim (CA) Servite6'8325
Lance PopeDEHSYucaipa (CA)6'5282
Tony ParrishSHSDavis (CA)6'5215
John ArnoldDEHSFlowing Wells (AZ)6'4240
Trevor GallowayLBHSThousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian6'4235
Craig HumphreyQBHSMonterey Park (CA) Garfield6'4193
Chris HamDTHSWaxahachie (TX)6'0300
Jason MillerFBHSPalm Springs (CA)6'1202


2. USC Trojans
USC Trojans Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Mark JacobsWRHSGreenwood (AR)6'0188
Jason AdamsSHSLake Forest (CA) El Toro6'2195
Stephen GutierrezDEHSElba (AL)6'4233
Vic ClancyDTHSCenterville (OH)6'5284
Lee JeffersonOLBHSPhoenix (AZ) Desert Vista5'11211
Eric PetersonOLBHSBoulder City (NV)6'1220
Fred WallSHSWillmington Island (GA)6'2185
Jamie RiveraMLBHSRaceland (LA)6'0239
Garrett MedlockOLHSEl Centro (CA) Central Union6'2280
Maurice BrownHBHSSanta Clarita (CA)5'10211
Chris WoodsSHSPleasanton (CA) Foothill6'1190
Caleb BeckDEHSKailua (HI)6'0252
Brian JohnsonDEHSBridgeton (NJ)6'3237
Brian LongDTHSJonesboro (LA)6'5291
Jason McClellandSHSWarrington (FL)6'1185
Nick ColeFBHSCosta Mesa (CA)6'0208
Dustin JohnsonOLBJUCO JrMonrovia (CA)6'2201
Brandon PhillipsSJUCO JrIrvine (CA)6'2208


3. Oregon Ducks
Oregon Ducks Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Kyle WilliamsOLHSHuntington Beach (CA) Edison6'4301
Corey WadeOLHSCosta Mesa (CA)6'3284
Brad DavisDEHSNorth Creek (WA)6'5218
Terrance WarrenSHSPecan Grove (TX)5'10181
Lamar HarveyMLBHSInglewood (CA)6'3241
George BarrettOLBHSPalmdale (CA)6'1200
Courtney WeberCBHSBellflower (CA) St. John Bosco5'10165
Glen YoungATHHSEnid (OK)6'1271
Eric WhiteDTHSClanton (AL) Chilton County6'2295
Darrell HillQBHSNorthview (OH)5'11196
David JosephQBHSRobinson (PA)6'0195
Steve FletcherHBHSConcord (CA) De La Salle5'10168
Jason HorneDEHSScottsboro (AL)6'4260
Adam WebbOLBHSTwinsburg (OH)6'2211
Travis LeakCBHSGlendale (CA)5'10189
Jesse GibbonsFBJUCO JrVista (CA)6'0200
Keith HarrisOLJUCO JrLewiston (ID)6'4288


4. Utah Utes
Utah Utes Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Corey WilsonOLBHSOxnard (CA) Santa Clara6'3208
Wesley MatthewsCBHSDaly City (CA) Archbishop Riordan6'1164
Dave SandersHBHSSalinas (CA) Palma6'1194
Bobby ChapmanOLHSDayton (NV)6'3284
Jimmy MeansDEHSWebster Groves (MO)6'1227
Ernest BrownWRHSPrescott Valley (AZ) Bradshaw Mountain6'3183
Craig WashingtonWRHSGolden Valley (MN) Breck6'0202
David LandrumWRHSArlington (TX) Sam Houston5'11186
Billy WilliamsQBHSCanyon Lake (TX) Smithson Valley6'4201
Jeremy HarrisonATHHSJacksonville (AR) Jacksonville Senior6'3215
Thomas BrooksATHHSCherry Hills Village (CO)6'2197
Napoleon MorganQBHSLivermore (CA) Granada6'0193
Clark JenkinsDEHSLincoln (NE) Southeast6'5234
Nick SellersCBHSOrange (CA) Lutheran5'9180
Brian GoffCHSWest Point (UT)6'4315
Wesley CollinsOLHSHewitt (TX) Midway6'7310
CJ SmithCBHSSearcy (AR) Riverview5'10175
Hunter ScottSHSCorsicana (TX)6'2207
Cedric LumpkinOLHSJacinto City (TX)6'4316
Roger DurbinWRJUCO SoCarmichael (CA)6'4181
Cole MillerWRJUCO JrDes Moines (WA)6'0163
Pat BerryDEJUCO SoHayward (CA)6'1232
Josh MadisonFBHSApplewood (CO)6'1205


5. Arizona Wildcats
Arizona Wildcats Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Kevin DunlapWRHSCommerce City (CO) Adams City6'5192
Trevor ParhamQBHSSan Manuel (AZ)6'2209
Adam LoveATHHSBig Park (AZ)6'1174
Geoffrey JohnsonDEHSSuperior (AZ)6'5283
Allen DowningDEHSLitchfield Park (AZ) Millennium6'4252
Jason HickmanWRHSMoreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde6'2209
Anthony SullivanWRHSManteca (CA)6'2170
Thomas HubbardWRHSSantee (CA) Santana6'0161
Timothy BurtonMLBHSTaos (NM)6'1234
Matt BrownMLBHSRockwall (TX) Rockwall-Heath6'4239
David IngramQBHSOquirrh (UT)5'11188
Travis ClarkeATHHSCarlsbad (CA) La Costa Canyon6'1201
Herb WeberCBHSRedlands (CA) East Valley6'1178
Brad DavisSHSWewoka (OK)6'3185
Troy GrayHBJUCO SoPhoenix (AZ)6'0215
Travis JosephHBHSCorpus Christi (TX) Carroll5'10175
Nate LewisHBHSBedford (TX) LD Bell5'8175
Bret SappMLBHSKapa'a (HI)6'1210
Mike MitchellSHSGlendale (AZ) Cactus6'2181
Nate IrvinWRJUCO JrFort Bliss (TX)6'3185
James StephensOLBHSDaly City (CA) Archbishop Riordan5'11202
Sam NewtonDTHSTustin (CA)6'4306


6. Arizona State Sun Devils
Arizona State Sun Devils Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Jacques DavidsonWRHSTucson (AZ) Salpointe6'1171
Jamaal WilliamsOLBHSPalo Alto (CA)6'4205
Mark ColemanDTHSLancaster (CA) Paraclete6'5301
Eric WrightATHJUCO SoSan Francisco (CA) City College of San Francisco5'11181
Jerome LambDEHSCanon City (CO)6'1245
Matt WashingtonQBHSThatcher (AZ)6'1205
Tyler TatumTEHSRohnert Park (CA) Rancho Cotate6'4228
Bryan RobinsonOLBHSPayson (AZ)6'1231
Caleb ZeiglerATHHSCamarillo (CA)6'5196
Matt BeverlyDEHSProvo (UT) Timpview6'3250
Ron AndersonOLHSGlobe (AZ)6'6295
Scott McKinleyDTHSStockton (CA) St. Mary's6'4285
Brian FuquaOLBHSSecurity-Widefield (CO)6'4222
Leonard HaumillerSHSAbilene (TX)6'2176
Bryan BrowningCHSStillwater (OK)6'3276
Julian BellamyQBHSSun City West (AZ)6'1223
Paul StevensOLHSBell (CA)6'7290
Billy ThompsonFBHSDurango (CO)6'1231


7. California Golden Bears
California Golden Bears Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Junior DavisMLBHSBakersfield (CA)6'3228
Jim HargroveCBHSCarmichael (CA) Jesuit5'11160
Jared RushWRHSWatsonville (CA) Monte Vista Christian6'2173
Austin MathisOLHSTroutdale (OR)6'4291
Mike BeckOLHSFlorence-Graham (CA)6'3294
Joel EvansHBHSHanford (CA)5'10175
Andrew MayhewHBHSNational City (CA) Sweetwater6'3212
John SandersHBHSManhattan Beach (CA) Mira Costa6'2192
Andre WhiteWRHSLakewood (CA)6'2175
Noah OutlawWRHSLos Angeles (CA) Crenshaw6'2183
Brandon ClarkSHSColton (CA)6'1169
Mark AllenQBHSIrvine (CA) Woodbridge6'5204
Jose SmithCBHSLa Puente (CA) Bishop Amat5'11180
Tim BoydOLHSTurlock (CA)6'5280
Andrew RoyalDTHSPost Falls (ID)6'2259
Jeremy BarrOLBHSSantee (CA) West Hills6'0223
Doug HicksPHSCarmichael (CA) Jesuit5'10214
Dane LesterSJUCO JrRedondo Beach (CA)6'1186
Darrell OutlawDEJUCO SoSan Rafael (CA)6'4244
Ashley StegallKHSBurbank (CA) Burroughs5'10160
Joe WinstonMLBHSBell (CA)5'11210
Dan HowardFBHSSweet Home (OR)6'1222


8. Oregon State Beavers
Oregon State Beavers Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Chad VincentPHSTillmans Corner (AL)6'2241
Stephen JacksonDTHSApple Valley (CA) Granite Hills6'4285
Adam YoungCBHSKodiak (AK)6'0192
Jacob WolfeSHSLaguna Hills (CA)5'10187
Geoff MitchellOLBHSKennewick (WA) Southridge6'3218
Chad HargroveOLHSHonolulu (HI) St. Louis6'4281
Jason DukesOLHSCarlin (NV)6'4302
Kyle SmithATHHSWilsonville (OR)5'11186
Mike RobisonOLHSSimi Valley (CA) Royal6'3287
CJ HendersonOLBHSHuntington Beach (CA) Edison6'2233
Maurice CantrellSHSEl Centro (CA) Central Union6'2202
Dwayne RankinHBHSHalawa (HI)6'2198
Sam CraigTEHSPort Orchard (WA) South Kitsap6'3232
Jarvis MitchellDTHSKelso (WA)6'4268
Michael HawkinsTEHSJollyville (TX)6'3246
Chris StanleyTEHSGlasgow (MT)6'3229
Jasper HodgesOLHSKilgore (TX)6'5308
Patrick MontgomeryMLBHSWinchester (NV)5'10232
Will WalterTEHSCloverleaf (TX)6'6214
JJ IngramDTHSCarson (CA)6'2272
Victor MullinsFBHSMercedes (TX)6'1252
Tony ThibodeauxFBHSColleyville (TX) Heritage School6'3235


9. Colorado Buffaloes
Colorado Buffaloes Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Michael WashingtonDEHSBoulder (CO) Fairview6'1247
Johnny OwensHBHSFort Morgan (CO)6'0207
Damian BradleyHBHSMurray (UT) Cottonwood Senior5'11160
James MillerTEHSAurora (CO) Gateway6'5219
Marques MossOLBHSWoodway (TX)6'2211
Barrett JohnsonDTHSLincoln (NE) East6'1275
Stephen BaileyOLBHSWhiteriver (AZ)6'0209
Ryan BradfordDEHSGlobe (AZ)6'3245
Leon RiversOLHSDallas (TX) Skyline6'3317
Trey AdamsDEHSGreenville (TX)6'4240
Pete LoveWRHSAlameda (CA) Encinal6'1166
Amir BrackenCBHSChino (CA) Don Lugo6'0177
Adam SmithDTHSRendon (TX)6'3295
Mario McCollumWRHSPerryton (TX)6'5211
Kasey JamesOLBHSForest Hill (TX)6'3204
Josh HallSHSTurlock (CA)5'11210
Jason BowieOLHSArden-Arcade (CA)6'1287
Brian EllisOLHSLake Havasu (AZ)6'6272
Leon DayFBHSMustang (OK)5'11225
Aaron WalkerWRJUCO JrBellaire (TX)6'3200
Jason SnyderHBJUCO JrSan Gabriel (CA)5'11195
Justin LemonFBHSBeatrice (NE)6'2244
Scott BennettSJUCO JrCollege Station (TX)6'2194
Mike PittmanOLBJUCO JrManitou Springs (CO)6'1209


10. Washington Huskies
Washington Huskies Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Phillip CampbellWRHSTacoma (WA) Wilson6'0183
Ryan HallHBHSValdez (AK)5'11194
Jason DavisOLHSIrvine (CA) Northwood6'3312
Desmond WalkerOLHSKahuku (HI)6'5288
Dane DeanHBHSOlympia (WA)5'10160
Phillip HolmesCHSSilver Lake-Fircrest (WA)6'3300
Trent EverettQBHSPleasant Hill (CA)6'4208
Eric JamisonHBHSYakima (WA) AC Davis5'9170
Jeffrey FlynnWRHSKennewick (WA) Southridge6'5178
Jesse SandersDTHSLacey (WA) Timberline6'3263
Josh ShawHBHSNewark (CA)5'11212
Nick HillHBHSSan Francisco (CA) St. Ignatius5'10209
Terrell WashingtonHBHSWest Linn (OR)6'1196
John BrownHBJUCO SoKingsgate (WA)6'1202
Kyle SchmidtATHJUCO SoFountain Valley (CA)6'3240
Phillip MasseyCBHSSan Dimas (CA)6'0163
Mike WattsCBJUCO SoKahului (HI)6'0175
Kris HorneATHJUCO JrKapolei (HI)6'0240
Nathan McFarlandKHSYorba Linda (CA) Esperanza5'11163
Leon ThompsonFBHSSan Leandro (CA)5'11219
Terry MartinFBHSMonrovia (CA)6'1226


11. UCLA Bruins
UCLA Bruins Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Kasey ReidCHSRedlands (CA) East Valley6'2281
Jeff ChurchDTHSSan Buenaventura (CA)6'5289
Austin CoxOLHSAntioch (CA) Deer Valley6'7277
Kevin ScottWRHSSan Rafael (CA) Redwood6'3186
Steve RobinsonHBHSCathedral City (CA)6'2201
Cory HallWRHSLas Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman5'10204
James NelsonATHHSSan Mateo (CA) Junipero Serra6'0214
Cory PopeHBHSSan Diego (CA) Helix5'9196
Richie WhiteATHHSWoodland Hills (CA) Taft5'10177
Tanner ColesDEHSCovina (CA) Charter Oak6'6250
Andre McKinneyOLBHSClovis (CA)6'3232
Kris HorneFSHSWatsonville (CA) Monte Vista Christian6'0190
Tyler DeAngelisOLHSSan Francisco (CA) Sacred Heart Cathedral6'5315
Chad GandyOLBHSManteca (CA)6'6249
Buck SchultzOLHSNapa (CA)6'3292
Heath HendrixOLHSCorona (CA) Centennial6'3299
Quinton MitchellOLHSCentral Heights (AZ)6'7310
David HillDTJUCO SoEnterprise (NV)6'5265


12. Washington State Cougars
Washington State Cougars Recruiting - 2012
NAMEPOSCLASSHOMETOWNHTWTCALIBER
Tony WynnDTHSIssaquah (WA) Liberty6'2310
Tyler HarrellHBHSYakima (WA) AC Davis6'1192
Trey JohnsonOLBHSHoquiam (WA)6'2216
Paul McClainMLBHSEast Hill-Meridian (WA)6'2240
Jared FreemanOLHSNorth Hollywood (CA)6'2315
Chris McFarlandQBHSRenton (WA) Kennedy6'3194
Leroy WebbDEHSGlendora (CA)6'3243
Jarvis GreenDEHSSanta Cruz (CA)6'3273
Marquis HarwellHBHSHonolulu (HI) St. Louis5'11193
Mark HaywardDEHSSunnyvale (CA) Fremont6'3264
Chase MosesOLBHSKirkland (WA) Juanita6'1239
Trey MarquardtMLBHSPort Orchard (WA) South Kitsap5'11230
Mike WebbOLBHSWenatchee (WA)6'0207
Donnell HerronDTHSGladstone (OR)6'4286
Dane HinesWRHSBryn Mawr-Skyway (WA)6'5206
Seth ThomasDTJUCO SoMountlake Terrace (WA)6'0276
Derrick MasseyCBJUCO JrSan Diego (CA)6'0179
Aaron RileyFBHSDes Moines (WA)6'1216
Otis SmithCBJUCO JrKent (WA)6'0182
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Re: Stanford Cardinal (NCAA 12)

Conference shakeup in college football
College football's landscape is turned on its head headed into 2012

WALNUT CREEK, CA - The first "super conference" has been formed. And now some of college football's most notable conferences bear numbers that don't represent their membership.

The Big Ten, just as last year, has 12 teams. The Big 12, just as last year, has ten, having replaced the outgoing Texas A&M and Missouri with TCU and West Virginia.

And the biggest of them all: the Pac-12 now has 16 teams.

The rumored blockbuster expansion that was being explored by the Pac-12 shot callers from conference headquarters in Walnut Creek, California has come to pass, as the conference has added Boise State, BYU, Nevada, and San Diego State as full members, with their football programs ready for competition immediately, beginning in the upcoming 2012 season.

BYU and Boise will join Stanford, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, and Washington State in the North Division of the conference, while SDSU and Nevada will join USC, UCLA, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and Arizona State in the South. Additionally, the Pac-12 has ditched the poorly-received mandate that the team will the better record will host the Pac-12 Championship Game. Instead, the possibility of rotating the title game between different sites has been suggested, and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena has been selected for the 2012 game.

Elsewhere in the college football world, Syracuse and Pitt jump from the Big East to the ACC, with the Orange entering the Atlantic Division and the Panthers entering the Coastal. As previously mentioned, TCU and West Virginia join the Big 12, as Texas A&M moves to the SEC West and Missouri moves to the SEC East. The gutted Big East tried its best to stop the bleeding, adding Air Force, Houston, Navy, SMU and Central Florida. They've been allowed to keep their automatic BCS bid, but it's reportedly on very shaky ground, and a lackluster season on the field by the conference could very well result in the Big East being frozen out.
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