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Stanford controls Oregon for coach factory outlet 2nd straight season
A year after an astonishing upset of then No. 1 Oregon, the Cardinal played their ball control, coach outlet factory stout defense game to perfection Thursday night and again shocked the Ducks, this time ranked No. 2 in the country.
Tailback Tyler Gaffney was a nearly unstoppable force, rushing for 157 yards on a school record 45 carries, but the Ducks made the game a white knuckler at the end.
Gaffney and quarterback ran for touchdowns, kicked four field goals, and the Stanford defense rose to the occasion as the No. 6 Cardinal won 26 20 in a game that shouldn't have been that close.
"You control the line of scrimmage, you have a chance to win," Stanford head coach said. He called the game a "more complete performance" than last year's 17 14 overtime win in Eugene.
Stanford (8 1 overall) took over first place in the Pac 12 North Division with a 6 1 record by handing the Ducks their first loss under rookie head coach .
Before a packed house of 51,545 at Stanford Stadium, the Cardinal also moved themselves firmly into contention for the national championship and those words must lift eyebrows around the nation because the Stanford program was all but comatose just seven years ago.
Oregon entered the game as the second most explosive offense in the country, with an amazing 632 yards of total coach poppy outlet offense and 56 points per game. Only Baylor's 718/64 were better.
Stanford's defense made the Ducks look ordinary. For more than 49 minutes, the Cardinal pitched a shutout.
, Oregon's Heisman Trophy candidate, was flustered into a very rocky evening, completing 20 of 34 passes for 250 yards, way below his typical numbers. He couldn't get Oregon (8 1, 5 1) into the end zone until he hit for a 23 yard authentic coach outlet store online touchdown with 10:11 left.
Until that play, Stanford had held Oregon scoreless in 12 straight possessions going back to last year's game.
The Ducks cut the lead to 26 13 when returned a blocked field goal try for a touchdown with a little more than five minutes left. The Ducks failed on a two point conversion try, but they recovered an onside kick. And on a fourth down play, Mariota hit tight end with a 12 yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 26 20 with 2:12 left.
What looked like a Stanford romp had become a thriller. Shaw likened the Ducks' run to a waterfall. "It didn't seem like it was ever going to end," he said, "but our guys didn't panic."
Backup wide receiver recovered his second onside kick of the final quarter, and Stanford ran out the clock.
"We knew they were a dangerous team," said linebacker , who had a team high nine tackles, two forced fumbles and a recovery. "We weren't going to let it slip away."
Stanford didn't commit a turnover, recovered two Oregon fumbles, nearly eliminated the Ducks' big gainers and had a whopping advantage (42:34 17:26) in time of possession. The Cardinal was assessed just two penalties for 10 yards, the Ducks 10 for 81.
Mariota was under heavy pressure all night by coordinator 's rugged defense and couldn't find coach factory store outlet open receivers because of the clinging coverage. Oregon was held to 62 yards rushing.
Meanwhile, the Stanford offensive line had its way, repeatedly opening holes for Gaffney even when everybody in the stadium knew he was going to get the ball.
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