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STANFORD (6 - 1) at OREGON ST (6 - 1)
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Week 9 Saturday, 10/26/2013 10:30 PM
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STANFORD - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-1+0.73-44-334.416.7407.9(6.3)1.320.47.1363.4(4.9)1.4
Road Games2-1-2.31-22-136.717.0452.3(7.5)1.721.312.3373.7(5)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1-1.31-21-225.311.3364.0(5.7)1.321.79.3390.0(5.2)1.3
Turf Games2-1-2.31-22-136.717.0452.3(7.5)1.721.312.3373.7(5)1.3
Conference Games4-1+0.73-23-234.616.0408.6(6.3)
STANFORD - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)34.416.718.731:3541-199(4.9)15-2462.0%209(8.8)64-408(6.3)(11.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.413.920.531:3640-168(4.2)19-3258.1%227(7.1)72-394(5.4)(15)
Offense Road Games36.717.016.728:1434-195(5.7)15-2658.4%258(10)60-452(7.5)(12.3)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.33.41723.929:2440-185(4.6)23-3662.0%276(7.6)76-461(6.1)(13.8)
Defense Road Games21.312.320.731:4638-172(4.6)23-3662.4%202(5.6)74-374(5)(17.5)

OREGON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-1+5.64-35-244.118.1515.9(6.7)1.328.413.3396.7(5.7)2.9
Home Games2-1+11-22-141.016.0525.0(6.6)1.026.715.3388.0(5.9)1.7
Last 3 Games3-0+33-02-148.320.7569.3(7)
Turf Games5-1+4.64-24-245.818.8539.0(6.9)
Conference Games4-0+4.64-03-149.020.5549.7(7)1.526.56.5397.0(5.4)4.2
OREGON ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.34.918.923.332:4441-172(4.2)23-3763.3%291(7.9)77-463(6)(13.3)
Offense Home Games41.016.027.735:2830-94(3.1)33-4967.6%431(8.7)80-525(6.6)(12.8)
Defense (All Games)28.413.320.726:3433-132(4)22-3759.0%265(7.1)70-397(5.7)(14)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.915.221.828:1332-120(3.7)25-4258.5%311(7.4)75-431(5.8)(14.9)
Defense Home Games26.715.320.024:3232-133(4.1)19-3358.0%255(7.6)66-388(5.9)(14.5)
Average power rating of opponents played: STANFORD 40.4,  OREGON ST 25.3
STANFORD - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013SAN JOSE ST34-13W-24L48.5U41-19717-27-207123-3529-44-2161
9/14/2013@ ARMY34-20W-30.5L48.5O34-20313-22-205261-2846-10-491
9/21/2013ARIZONA ST42-28W-6.5W51.5O49-24011-17-151124-5030-56-3672
9/28/2013*WASHINGTON ST55-17W-8.5W47O40-23817-28-322113-5139-65-3222
10/12/2013@ UTAH21-27L-7.5L53U29-14315-27-246239-18123-34-2341
10/26/2013@ OREGON ST            
11/16/2013@ USC            

OREGON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013E WASHINGTON46-49L-27L57.5O24-10537-44-422037-17726-34-4480
9/14/2013@ UTAH51-48W3.5W54O28-4827-44-443039-26019-33-2793
9/21/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST34-30W-6.5L54.5O20-1038-55-367240-7416-26-2512
10/12/2013@ WASHINGTON ST52-24W-2.5W62O28-10235-53-496222-11329-55-2706
10/19/2013@ CALIFORNIA49-17W-11.5W70U28-7436-46-496230-7532-47-2914
11/16/2013@ ARIZONA ST            
STANFORD: Despite losing the NFL's top overall pick (Andrew Luck), the Cardinal still won a dozen games in 2012, including the Pac-12 Championship and Rose Bowl. Now a replacement for RB Stepfan Taylor is needed, but RBs Anthony Wilkerson (914 rush yds, 7 TD career) and Tyler Gaffney (791 rush yds, 12 TD career) are suitable fill-ins. It helps that they'll run behind what could be the country's best O-Line. QB Kevin Hogan (1,096 pass yds, 9 TD, 3 INT) progressed rapidly last year, winning all five starts. Receivers are a bit thin, with WRs Ty Montgomery (213 rec. yds) and Devon Cajuste the best available, and no proven tight end. The stingy defense (17.2 PPG, 11th in FBS) was led by an amazing front seven that led FBS in sacks (57) and TFL (124). Many of those standouts return, including DE Ben Gardner (7.5 sacks, 14.5 TFL) and LBs Shayne Skov (81 tackles, 9 TFL) and Trent Murphy (10 sacks, 18 TFL). All-American S Ed Reynolds (6 INT, 3 TD) leads a fantastic back four.
OREGON ST: After starting 6-0, the Beavers alternated losses (three by four points or less) and wins to finish 9-4. Coach Mike Riley will delay picking a starter between QBs Sean Mannion (7.9 YPA, 15 TD, 13 INT) or Cody Vaz (8.0 YPA, 11 TD, 3 INT). The winner will throw most often to WR Brandin Cooks (1,151 rec. yds, 5 TD), but will not forget about TE Connor Hamlett (403 rec. yds, 3 TD) or WR Kevin Cummings (208 rec. yds). Four starters return to the offensive line to create holes for a now-healthy RB Storm Woods (940 rush yds, 13 TD). On defense, pass-rushing machine DE Scott Crichton (9 sacks, 17.5 TFL) headlines a JUCO-laden D-Line, while OLBs Michael Doctor (83 tackles, 11 TFL) and D.J. Alexander (50 tackles) fly all over the field. Three starting DBs return, including blanket CB Rashaad Reynolds (75 tackles, 3 INT, 13 PD).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (STANFORD-OREGON ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

(UPDATES with Stanford WR Cajuste, K Williamson out)

*Stanford-Oregon St. Preview* =============================


No. 6 Stanford (6-1) at No. 25 Oregon State (6-1), 10:30 p.m. EDT

Stanford's status among the elite probably isn't in much trouble, but Oregon State is looking to join them behind the most prolific offense in the nation.

The Beavers' longest winning streak in nearly 13 years should do it.

The No. 8 Cardinal face another tough test Saturday night when they try to beat surging Oregon State for a fourth straight meeting.

Stanford (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) is the highest ranked one-loss team in both the AP Poll and the BCS, appearing at No. 6 in this season's first installment.

"Nothing ever surprises me on that stuff," coach David Shaw said. "I don't know what to say about it. It's so early. I wish they'd come out with one (poll) at the end of the season and say who's playing. We know what it's for. It's for the TV shows, it's for the rankings, it's for the conversation, it's for everybody that doesn't play or coach football."

Oregon State (6-1, 4-0), though, may not share that sentiment after coming 38 votes shy of being ranked this week. A win over the Cardinal would surely be enough to get the Beavers back among the elite for the first time since appearing at No. 25 in the preseason poll.

The Beavers fell out of the rankings following a season-opening 49-46 loss to Eastern Washington, but rebounded by winning six straight. They haven't put together a seven-game streak since ending the 2000 season with a win over No. 10 Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl.

Matching that run would likely mean another big performance from their high-powered offense, led by quarterback Sean Mannion.

Mannion leads the nation with 2,992 passing yards and is second with 29 touchdowns while tossing just three interceptions. He was 35 of 45 for 481 yards with four scores in last weekend's 49-17 win over California.

His favorite target is Brandin Cooks, who leads the country with 76 catches and 1,176 yards to go with 12 touchdowns. The wide receiver is also a serious threat running the ball, gaining 116 yards on 18 carries while adding two more touchdowns.

Mannion and Cooks, though, will be challenged by a Stanford defense that limits opponents to average of 247.1 yards through the air.

The unit came up big last Saturday, holding then-No. 9 UCLA to 266 yards of offense - 192 passing - en route to a 24-10 victory, a week after falling 27-21 at Utah.

The Cardinal defense has been thriving despite the continued absence of defensive end Henry Anderson (knee), who is expected to miss a sixth straight game before potentially returning next week against second-ranked Oregon.

Even without Anderson, Stanford has collected 15 sacks and held opponents to an average of 98.0 rushing yards over the past five games.

Shaw is confident in the Cardinal's depth.

"That's always been the goal in recruiting is to recruit smart, tough players and to recruit enough of them so if somebody gets hurts we can still play our style of football," Shaw said.

It would have been easier for Shaw's team to continue its style if wide receiver Devon Cajuste could go Saturday, but he'll sit out after suffering a bruised right knee when his leg bent awkwardly on a tackle against UCLA.

"I was right there when it happened and just heard the pain when he grabbed his knee. That's tough to watch when Devon's not just a teammate but a friend," fellow receiver Jordan Pratt said. "I kind of had to tell myself, 'All right, can't think about it. You've got to go out and you've got a job to do.'"

His job will be to start against the Beavers, but his only catch on the season was a 13-yarder last weekend. Kodi Whitfield and Michael Rector also will play more as reserves.

Cajuste won't be the only starter sidelined in Corvallis. Kicker Jordan Williamson will miss his second straight game with a leg injury. Freshman Conrad Ukropina went 1 for 2 in his place against the Bruins, connecting for a 31-yarder and missing a 46-yard attempt.

Stanford pulled out a 27-23 victory at home on Nov. 10, 2012, its third consecutive win against Oregon State.

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Last Updated: 5/27/2018 10:29:28 AM EST

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