Stanford 10, Washington State 7

October, 15, 2011
10/15/11
5:49
PM ET
PULLMAN Wash. -- Fumbles have turned into touchdowns.

While Washington State wasn't able to do anything with its first quarter interception of Andrew Luck, they were able to find the end zone after Stepfan Taylor's first fumble of the season in the second quarter.

But that was after the Cardinal were able to turn Jared Karstetter's fumble into points.

Corner back Johnson Bademosi forced the wide receiver to fumble at the Stanford 37 and Michael Thomas recovered and returned it 33 yards to the Washington State 20. Seven plays later, Jeremy Stewart barreled in from 1 yard out for the touchdown.

But with 2:18 left in the half, the Cougars got on the board on Carl Winston's 2-yard run following the Taylor fumble. It's the first fumble this season by a running back -- on a running play -- for Stanford.

Sloppy game thus far from both teams.

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