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4-1, 2nd in Pac 12 - North
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Cardinal offense is on a roll

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 rises in Power Rankings

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

Stanford steamrolls Arizona (1:03)

Stanford dominates Arizona in win

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.


Stanford adds another touchdown

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.


Cardinal pile it on the Wildcats

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.


Stanford extend early lead vs. Arizona

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.

Team Stats

Passing Yards242.851st
Rushing Yards209.829th
Points For35.0Tied-64th
Points Against19.0Tied-31st

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