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Stanford has rattled off four-straight victories following its season-opening loss to Northwestern. Do our experts think the Cardinal can run the table and earn a spot in the College Football Playoff? Bowl projections
Stanford's Kevin Hogan has been nearly unstoppable during Stanford's four-game winning streak; Mike Bercovici guided ASU to a huge victory.
The Cardinal offense looks unrecognizable from the unit that sputtered against Northwestern in the opener. What's behind the uptick in production?
In Week 5, Arizona State made the Pac-12 South race a lot more interesting, and Oregon running back Royce Freeman helped keep the Ducks afloat.
Since scoring six points in a loss to Northwestern in Week 1, the Cardinal have averaged 42.3 points per game. Where are they slotted now? Power Rankings
Our favorite part of gameday. #GoStanford
Platonic performances from Florida and Alabama, Clemson buries 'Clemsoning,' and all the other action from the weekend.
When it's Sunday and you've got a bye week. #GoStanford
Utah sat at home this weekend and spent its bye week watching four teams ranked ahead of it lose and now awaits the arrival of ESPN's College GameDay.
UCLA, Cal and Stanford were among the Pac-12 teams with key recruits on hand this weekend.
Welcome to the Week 5 Power Rankings. If you don't like where you're ranked, don't lose at home to unranked teams.
Tipping our cap to three stars from Week 5 in the Pac-12.
With the help of another punishing performance, Kevin Hogan delivered his own nearly flawless effort as the Cardinal overwhelmed Arizona.
The Cardinal scored seven touchdowns, including this one from RB Barry Sanders -- no not that one, but his son -- in No. 18 Stanford's 55-17 win over Arizona.
Christian McCaffrey ran for 156 yards and a touchdown, Remound Wright scored three times and No. 18 Stanford overwhelmed Arizona 55-17 on Saturday night.
Keller Chryst made a "beautifully thrown" TD pass to Rollins Stallworth to continue Stanford's dominance over Arizona by making it 55-17 in the fourth quarter.
Nice TD scamper by Barry Sanders. AZ 17, Stanford 48.
Thanks to this touchdown pass from Kevin Hogan, Stanford is rolling vs. Arizona and leads 27-3 with less than 2 minutes left in the first half.
Christian McCaffrey plunged in from 4 yards out to help give Stanford a 14-0 lead vs. Arizona. The Cardinal RB has 79 yards on 10 carries already in the first quarter.
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