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stanford earns road sweep with 73-64 win over washington


by tim boothseattle (ap) — daejon davis was still in his stanford uniform nearly 45 minutes later, signing autographs for the handful of kids still lingering around seeking out the former seattle high school star.there were good reasons for the kids to wait for davis after a memorable first college trip back to his hometown.“it was amazing. it was everything that i imagined. i wanted to come in here and get a win, (and) we did it,” davis said.davis, a one-time washington commit, had 16 points, reid travis also finished with 16 points, and stanford completed its first two-game road sweep in conference play in nearly eight years with a 73-64 win over washington on saturday night.the cardinal (10-8, 4-1 pac-12) had not won both games of a pac-12 road trip since sweeping the oregon schools in






stanford earns road sweep with 73-64 win over washington


by tim boothseattle (ap) — one-time washington commit daejon davis returned to his hometown and had 16 points, reid travis also finished with 16 points, and stanford completed its first two-game road sweep in conference play in nearly eight years with a 73-64 win over washington on saturday night.the cardinal (10-8, 4-1 pac-12) had not won both games of a pac-12 road trip since sweeping the oregon schools in february 2010. stanford raced past washington state on thursday and took advantage of a lengthy second-half scoring drought by washington to pull away for its fourth straight victory.for more pac-12 coveragefollow pac-12 hotline on flipboard.jaylen nowell led washington (13-5, 3-2) with 20 points and david crisp added 11. the huskies were unable to overcome long scoreless stretches in






no. 6 oregon finishes bay area sweep with close win over stanford


stanford (ap) — stanford suffered a similar fate as rival cal in its latest matchup with oregon.jordan bell scored on a putback with 14 seconds left to give the sixth-ranked ducks their second straight nail-biting victory in a rare bay area sweep as oregon beat the cardinal 75-73 on saturday.bell’s game-winner followed dillon brooks’ last-second, tiebreaking 3-pointer three nights earlier at california to give oregon (26-4, 15-2 pac-12) its second sweep of its conference bay area rivals since 1976. the other came two years ago.reid travis had 27 points and 14 rebounds to lead the way for the cardinal (14-14, 6-10), but committed a turnover on the final possession to end any comeback hopes on senior day that honored christian sanders, marcus allen and grant verhoeven.“there’s a little extra






no. 6 oregon finishes bay area sweep with close win over stanford


stanford — stanford suffered a similar fate as rival cal in its latest matchup with oregon.jordan bell scored on a putback with 14 seconds left to give the sixth-ranked ducks their second straight nail-biting victory in a rare bay area sweep as oregon beat the cardinal 75-73 on saturday.bell’s game-winner followed dillon brooks’ last-second, tiebreaking 3-pointer three nights earlier at california to give oregon (26-4, 15-2 pac-12) its second sweep of its conference bay area rivals since 1976. the other came two years ago.reid travis had 27 points and 14 rebounds to lead the way for the cardinal (14-14, 6-10), but committed a turnover on the final possession to end any comeback hopes on senior day that honored christian sanders, marcus allen and grant verhoeven.“there’s a little extra when






grading the loss to san diego state


the weekly report cards on the bay area teams are back. look for them each monday, in the late morning/lunchtime window, my schedule permitting.check the bay area news group’s stanford tag page every week for the report card and all other cardinal coverageresult: lost at san diego state 20-17grade: dcomment: might seem a tad high — why not an f? — but please recall the grading process: the marks are based on my expectations and the quality of competition.i expected a stanford loss: it was a difficult spot, between usc and ucla, on the road against a top-level group of five opponent that is comfortable playing stanford’s ground-and-pound style … the aztecs prefer that style, actually.so the outcome came as zero surprise.get pac-12 conference news in your inbox. sign up for the pac-12 hotlin






pac-12 basketball: oregon edges stanford to earn rare bay area sweep


oregon survived its bay area trip by the slimmest of margins. jordan bell scored on a put-back with 14 seconds left to give the sixth-ranked ducks their second straight nail-biting victory in a rare bay area sweep as oregon beat stanford, 75-73, on saturday in palo alto. “it stresses coach out,” guard dylan ennis said. “it shows us that we can just get gritty, get down and get the win. hopefully if we're down like that again we can fight back and do the same thing.” bell's game-winner followed dillon brooks' last-second, tiebreaking three-pointer three nights earlier at california to give oregon (26-4, 15-2 pac-12) its second sweep of its conference bay area rivals since 1976. the other came two years ago. tyler dorsey scored 15 points to lead oregon, while brooks added 14. “it's been a to






stanford retires no. 9 jersey to honor mark marquess


stanford — the no. 9 jersey at stanford will forever be associated with mark marquess, the longtime baseball coach who will retire next month at the end of his 41st season at helm.sunday afternoon at sunken diamond following a 6-5 victory in 10 innings on senior day — of course, nine innings wouldn’t be enough to send off the man affectionately known as “9” — the cardinal showed its appreciation of marquess’ legacy on the farm in a postgame ceremony.when the microphone was handed to stanford athletic director bernard muir, a special announcement soon followed.“coach, one other thing i wanted to officially recognize,” muir said. “there will not be anybody else who will wear the no. 9. your number has been officially retired.”it’s the program’s first and only retired number.“you had to kind






stanford faces washington state at martin stadium – the mercury news


the stanford cardinal traveld to pullman, washington to take on the washington state cougars on saturday, nov. 4, 2017. stanford running back bryce love returned to action after suffering an ankle injury on oct. 14 against oregon. love still leads the fbs with 1,387 rushing yards. stanford coach david shaw, in his seventh season at the helm, is one win shy of tying glen “pop” warner for most wins in program history.click here if you are having trouble viewing the gallery or video on your mobile device.






usc and washington roll as a playoff path opens (slightly)


november 04, 2017, 4:25 pm the stanford cardinal traveld to pullman, washington to take on the washington state cougars on saturday, nov. 4, 2017. stanford running back bryce love returned to action after suffering an ankle injury on oct. 14 against oregon. love still leads the fbs with 1,387 rushing yards. stanford coach david shaw, in his seventh season at the helm, is one win...






usc and washington roll as a playoff path opens (slightly)


november 04, 2017, 4:25 pm the stanford cardinal traveld to pullman, washington to take on the washington state cougars on saturday, nov. 4, 2017. stanford running back bryce love returned to action after suffering an ankle injury on oct. 14 against oregon. love still leads the fbs with 1,387 rushing yards. stanford coach david shaw, in his seventh season at the helm, is one win...






stanford scores in 10th to defeat uw baseball team


no. 9 stanford beat visiting washington 6-5 sunday to earn a pac-12 baseball series sweep. jesse huet singled home the winning run with two outs in the 10th inning as no. 9 stanford beat visiting washington 6-5 sunday to earn a pac-12 baseball series sweep.the cardinal (36-14, 18-9) got a strong performance from tyler thorne (4-1), who threw the final five innings and shut out the huskies (26-25, 12-15) on just two hits.washington took a five-run lead after three innings. kyle london led off the game with a single and scored on a ground out by catcher joey morgan.the huskies scored twice in the second inning. john naff and josh cushing started the inning with singles and both would eventually score – naff on a ground out by ben baird and cushing on a two-out single by london.most read stor






twins blank cleveland; santana earns 10th win


 cleveland - what first looked like a long and daunting 11-game road trip has suddenly turned into one in which the twins get to protect a division lead again.behind more early runs and solid, if somewhat laborious, pitching from ervin santana, the twins on sunday defeated the indians 4-0 to complete a three-game sweep of the weekend series - their first such sweep here since june 14-16, 1991.by winning all three games, the twins slipped back into first place in the al central by one half-game over the indians, whose offense disappeared in the face of twins pitching.when cleveland used the series in target field to start an 8-1 spurt, it looked to be the surge that would allow the defending al champions to pull away from pack. but the road twins preformed like they have all season, enterin






as stanford and washington state sweat out final weekend, usc waits for pac-12 c


football coach david shaw spoke with stanford athletic officials this week to devise a plan for the cardinal’s game against notre dame on saturday.not a game plan; shaw could handle that just fine by himself. the plan was for the day’s other big game, one that might be more important for stanford than its own: washington vs. washington state.stanford and washington state are vying to play usc in the pac-12 conference championship game next week, but only washington state’s game matters. stanford’s is nonconference. both games start at 5 p.m.so shaw tried to lay some ground rules. an announcement of the other game’s score here and there, during a timeout, would be ok, he said. he knows his players will be curious. but he doesn’t want them to lose focus.“it's not going to be scrolling every






here’s what went wrong in washington’s 30-22 loss at stanford


bryce love had a big game for stanford, but uw's depleted secondary had no answer for 6-3 receiver jj arcega-whiteside.there is a lot digest from stanford’s 30-22 upset of no. 9 washington on saturday night.the huskies (8-2, 5-2 pac-12) lost their second straight road game, saw their college football playoff dreams go up in flames and suddenly need help (from california) to have any shot at the pac-12 north title.how did all that happen?here are three things stand out from stanford’s victory:no. 1: third-down defensemost read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksstanford did what stanford has done so well to so many around the pac-12 for much of the last decade: it beat up the huskies, wore them down at the line of scrimmage, and held onto the ball.stanford (7-3, 6-2) converted 1






no. 10 stanford tops washington st 66-36 in pac-12 tourney


seattle — stanford rolled to an easy victory in its pac-12 tournament opener, which might give the cardinal a leg up in the next round.karlie samuelson had 21 points and 10th-ranked stanford scored the first 21 points of the game on the way to a 66-36 win over washington state in the quarterfinals friday night."i thought we just came out and jumped on them," said stanford coach tara vanderveer, whose team had a first-round bye. "we just came out really playing well and then we were able to get a lot of young players in the game."stanford (26-5), which did not have a starter who played more than 27 minutes, advanced to saturday's semifinals against oregon, a 70-69 winner over no. 11 washington.the cardinal improved to 62-0 against washington state, which missed its first 11 field goal attem






two women groped friday night on stanford campus


stanford — two women were groped by a man in separate incidents friday night on the stanford university campus.at around 10:40 p.m., a woman walking on the 600 block of escondido road was grabbed from behind by the man, campus police said. the assailant walked away after the assault.about 20 minutes later, a female jogger on the 800 block of escondido road was approached from behind and groped, police said. the man fled down the road.police described the suspect as a short, bald, white man wearing either a dark track suit or beige pants and a blue jacket. police are urging anyone with information to call the university’s public safety department at (650) 329-2413.






cal hosts oregon state at memorial stadium – the mercury news


november 04, 2017, 4:25 pm the stanford cardinal traveld to pullman, washington to take on the washington state cougars on saturday, nov. 4, 2017. stanford running back bryce love returned to action after suffering an ankle injury on oct. 14 against oregon. love still leads the fbs with 1,387 rushing yards. stanford coach david shaw, in his seventh season at the helm, is one win...






analysis | first impressions from stanford’s 30-22 upset win over no. 9 uw huski


the huskies were haunted once again in palo alto — where they haven't won since 2007 — falling 30-22 to stanford in a loss that surely ends their college football playoff hopes.the huskies were haunted once again in palo alto — where they haven’t won since 2007 — falling 30-22 to stanford in a loss that surely ends their college football playoff hopes.bryce love carried the load for the cardinal, with three touchdowns and 120 yards on 18 carries, and uw’s comeback effort was too little, too late on friday night.here are our impressions from washington’s loss to stanford.adam jude:that’ll do it. washington’s college football playoff hopes are dashed — and the huskies’ chances of repeating as pac-12 champs are now slim too. stanford stunned the huskies by holding onto the ball for more than






stanford women roll past wsu


seattle — stanford rolled to an easy victory in its pac-12 tournament opener, which might give the cardinal a leg up in the next round.karlie samuelson had 21 points and 10th-ranked stanford scored the first 21 points of the game on the way to a 66-36 win over washington state in the quarterfinals friday night.“i thought we just came out and jumped on them,” said stanford coach tara vanderveer, whose team had a first-round bye. “we just came out really playing well and then we were able to get a lot of young players in the game.”stanford (26-5), which did not have a starter who played more than 27 minutes, advanced to saturday’s semifinals against no. 11 washington or oregon, who played later friday night.the cardinal improved to 62-0 against washington state, which missed its first 11 fie






stanford rolls past no. 9 washington


stanford — bryce love did not let an ankle tweak bother him against the nation’s toughest defense. and stanford gave a huge boost to its hopes of winning the pac-12 north with a 30-22 upset of no. 9 washington in front of 44,589 fans at stanford stadium on friday night.love rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns and the cardinal shut out the huskies for the first 26 1/2 minutes of second half to effectively end any chance the pac-12 will be represented in the four-team college football playoff.get pac-12 conference news in your inbox with the pac-12 hotline newslettersign upthe cardinal (7-3, 6-2 pac-12) still can win the north title with the combination of a win over cal in the big game next week at stanford and a victory by washington (8-2, 5-2) over washington state in the apple cup






stanford rolls past no. 9 washington


stanford — bryce love did not let an ankle tweak bother him against the nation’s toughest defense. and stanford gave a huge boost to its hopes of winning the pac-12 north with a 30-22 upset of no. 9 washington in front of 44,589 fans at stanford stadium on friday night.love rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns and the cardinal shut out the huskies for the first 26 1/2 minutes of second half to effectively end any chance the pac-12 will be represented in the four-team college football playoff.the cardinal (7-3, 6-2 pac-12) still can win the north title with the combination of a win over cal in the big game next week at stanford and a victory by washington (8-2, 5-2) over washington state in the apple cup on nov. 25.stanford led 30-14 when myles gaskin scored on a 1-yard run with 4:22 l






limping love helps no. 20 stanford hold off california 17-14


stanford, calif. — bryce love walked slowly out of stanford's locker room and paused just long enough to grab a box of chicken and shake a few hands before heading home to rest his sore ankles.whether the nation's leading running back plays next week against no. 9 notre dame remains to be seen, but this much is certain: there are few players with love's breakaway speed and even fewer who can reach that level while injured.love rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown despite missing most of the fourth quarter after aggravating an ankle injury, and no. 20 stanford held off california 17-14 on saturday to keep its pac-12 title hopes alive."i'm sure we'll be scoreboard watching to a certain degree," stanford coach david shaw said. "we can't worry about what happens on somebody else's field. eithe






huskies suffer crushing defeat at stanford 30-22; pac-12 title hopes suddenly go


bryce love rushed for 166 yards, and stanford (7-3, 6-2 pac-12) moved ahead of the huskies (8-2, 5-2) atop the pac-12 north standings.stanford, calif. — stanford’s effective keep-away tactics have effectively killed washington’s college football playoff hopes.worse yet, the huskies’ chances of repeating as pac-12 conference champs took a mighty blow as well.stanford’s offense held onto the ball for 35 minutes and wore down the nation’s top-ranked defense, knocking off no. 9 huskies 30-22 friday night at stanford stadium.bryce love rushed for 166 yards, and stanford (7-3, 6-2 pac-12) moved ahead of the huskies (8-2, 5-2) atop the pac-12 north standings. the huskies, for the moment, fall into a tie for second place with washington state in the division, two weeks before the apple cup. the co






stanford beats washington, usc wins but doesn't cover


stanford over washington was the hotline’s pick in august, and stanford over washington is the hotline’s pick in november.the huskies are on a short week, looked wobbly the last time they were on the road and are losing playmakers seemingly by the day (the latest: receiver quinten pounds and tight end hunter bryant).the cardinal has played well at home, owns loads of big game experience and has a defense that’s just good enough to provide resistance.yep, the huskies are granite.yep, the cardinal looks lost.but stanford has options in the passing game and coach david shaw, stung by the flatline in pullman, will make a point of calling plays for his tight ends. (their size will be problematic for uw.)quarterback k.j. costello is mobile enough to elude the pass rush and should complete just e






usc returns to play sunday at stanford


usc returns to pac-12 conference basketball play sunday night at stanford, coming off perhaps its best defensive effort of the season.the trojans (11-5 overall, 2-1 pac-12 conference) held the golden bears to a season low in points while forcing them into 22 turnovers during an 80-62 victory.sophomore nick radocevic had a career-high 19 points in the victory. junior chimezie metu sat out the first half of the game as punishment for punching a washington state player in the groin during the previous game.stanford (7-8, 1-1) might have needed the extra day of rest after its double-overtime victory over ucla on thursday, when star big men reid travis and michael humphrey fouled out but dorian pickens stuck around to score 26 points, including the go-ahead three-pointer in the second overtime.






colorado buffaloes men's basketball end road woes with win over stanford


stanford, calif. — check those road struggles off the list for a colorado men’s basketball team that suddenly has found a spark.combining a -shooting effort and a balanced scoring punch with a dominant effort on the gl , the buffaloes were able to overcome a rash of turnovers to hold off stanford for an 81-74 win thursday night in a pac-12 conference battle at maples pavilion.the victory was the third in a row for cu after an 0-7 start in league play, and it snapped a 10-game losing streak in pac-12 road games dating back to last season.cu held a 10-point lead at halftime but stanford steadily chipped away, eventually trimming the buffs’ lead to four points with under 12 minutes remaining. however cu delivered in crunch time, reeling off a 13-2 run to extend the lead to 15 points. freshman






huskies gamecenter: live updates as uw travels to stanford for pivotal pac-12 no


follow here for live updates, analysis and more as the no. 9 huskies travel to palo alto and face off against the stanford cardinal in their final road game of the regular season.jump to: highlights » | photos » | comments »for the first time since the season opener, the huskies are back under the lights on friday night. they are set to face off against heisman hopeful bryce love and the stanford cardinal in palo alto, calif.[ using our mobile app? switch to browser mode » ]the huskies can’t clinch the pac-12 north friday night, but they can come close. a win over stanford would improve no. 9 washington to 6-1 in conference play (9-1 overall) with only home games against utah and washington state to go. wins this weekend, and that apple cup could be for the north title.stanford is coming o






stanford women beat washington state for 63rd straight time


stanford — alanna smith tallied 20 points and kaylee johnson added 10 points and 15 rebounds to propel stanford to a 70-57 victory over washington state on friday night.kiana williams had 15 points and brittany mcphee scored 12 with five assists for the cardinal (10-7, 4-1 pac-12 conference), who ran their all-time record against wsu to 63-0 and won for the fourth time in five games.get pac-12 conference news in your inbox with the pac-12 hotline newslettersign upcelena molina topped the cougars (8-9, 1-4) with 19 points, while borislava hristova added 14 points but hit just 5 of 19 from the floor. the cougars shot a dismal 34 percent (24 of 71) from the floor. heading into the final period, wsu had made just 29 percent (15 of 51) of its shots. the cougars have lost four of five.smith scor






chryst to locker room, burns in at quarterback for stanford


ucla (2-1, 0-0 in pac-12 play) will face stanford (1-2, 0-1) tonight at the stanford stadium (7:30 p.m., espn). keep it here for updates throughout the game.scoring summaryfirst quarterstanford's jet toner, 34-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 0ucla's jj molson 27-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 3stanford's jet toner, 32-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 3






stanford cardinal loses to washington state


pullman, wash. – snow and stanford football are a rare combination — even more rare than a substandard day from electric cardinal running back bryce love.both things happened saturday afternoon at wet and cold martin stadium as no. 19 stanford dropped a 24-21 decision to 25th-ranked washington state in a pivotal pac-12 north game.playing in snowy conditions for the first time since a 1936 game at columbia, stanford (6-3, 5-2) fell into a tie with the cougars (8-2, 5-2) for second place in the pac-12 north. washington (4-1) was scheduled to play later saturday.love, a heisman trophy candidate who missed last week’s win at oregon state, managed 69 rushing yards on 16 carries. other than a 52-yard td run in the first half, he was shut down by the cougars’ swarming defense.for more pac-12 cove






tv info and other fast facts


no. 18 stanford cardinal at no. 25 washington state cougars2017 records: stanford 6-2 (5-1 pac-12). washington state 7-2 (4-2)kickoff: saturday, 12:30 p.m. at martin stadiumtv: foxradio: knbr 1050series history: 68th meeting (stanford leads 40-26-1)storylines: there’s a new sheriff in town, or at least in pullman this weekend, as stanford made a switch at quarterback (read more) … heisman trophy candidate bryce love missed last week’s 15-14 squeaker at oregon state, which is winless in the pac-12, but the 5-foot-10, 196-pound junior still leads the fbs with 1,387 rushing yards and his possible return to action after suffering an ankle injury on oct. 14 against oregon early in the second half could help take the pressure off redshirt freshman k.j. costello under center … stanford coach davi






pac-12 basketball: oregon edges stanford to earn rare bay area sweep


jordan bell scored on a putback with 14 seconds left to give no. 6 oregon its second straight nail-biting victory in a rare bay area sweep as the ducks beat stanford, 75-73, on saturday in palo alto. bell's game-winner followed dillon brooks' last-second, tiebreaking three-pointer three nights earlier at california to give oregon (26-4, 15-2 pac-12) its second sweep of its conference bay area rivals since 1976. the other came two years ago. tyler dorsey scored 15 points to lead oregon, while brooks added 14. reid travis had 27 points and 14 rebounds to lead the way for the cardinal (14-14, 6-10), but committed a turnover on the final possession to end any comeback hopes. stanford trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half but battled back to tie the game five times in the second hal






stanford's bryce love runs at night and perfection in washington


october 06, 2017, 6:09 am stanford at no. 20 utah 2017 records: stanford 3-2, 2-1 pac-12. utah 4-0, 1-0 pac-12 kickoff: saturday, 7:15 p.m. at rice-eccles stadium in salt lake city tv: fs1 radio: knbr 1050 series history: 8th meeting (utah leads 4-3) storylines: expect to see to both keller chryst and k.j. costello take snaps for the cardinal, but no details were revealed this week about how reps were split at...






love's 3 tds lead stanford past no. 9 washington 30-22


stanford, calif. — when bryce love aggravated his injured ankle in the first half and had to go to the sideline to get checked out, stanford coach david shaw wasn't sure how much he'd be able to get out of his star running back.love showed he had plenty left in the latest signature performance in his campaign for the heisman trophy.love ran 30 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns on the gimpy ankle against the nation's stingiest defense, leading stanford to a 30-22 victory over no. 9 washington on friday night."he goes out there from start to finish and pours his heart out for his teammates," shaw said. "i don't' know if you could ask anything more of a football player. i don't know if you can find a better football player in america than bryce love."love has not had a full practice in






stanford leads ucla, 51-34, in fourth quarter


sept. 23, 2017, 11:23 p.m. ucla (2-1, 0-0 in pac-12 play) will face stanford (1-2, 0-1) tonight at the stanford stadium (7:30 p.m., espn). keep it here for updates throughout the game.scoring summaryfirst quarterstanford's jet toner 34-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 0ucla's jj molson 27-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 3stanford's jet tone, 32-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 3second quarterucla's jj molson 45-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 6ucla's darren andrews 12-yard touchdown pass from josh rosen: ucla 13, stanford 6stanford's cameron scarlett 2-yard touchdown run: ucla 13, stanford 13stanford's k.j. costello 9-yard touchdown run: stanford 20, ucla 13stanford's jet toner 39-yard field goal: stanford 23, ucla 13third quarterucla's soso jamabo 3-yard touchdown run: stanford 23,






not bad for a third-stringer; costello strikes again for stanford


sept. 23, 2017, 11:12 p.m. ucla (2-1, 0-0 in pac-12 play) will face stanford (1-2, 0-1) tonight at the stanford stadium (7:30 p.m., espn). keep it here for updates throughout the game.scoring summaryfirst quarterstanford's jet toner 34-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 0ucla's jj molson 27-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 3stanford's jet tone, 32-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 3second quarterucla's jj molson 45-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 6ucla's darren andrews 12-yard touchdown pass from josh rosen: ucla 13, stanford 6stanford's cameron scarlett 2-yard touchdown run: ucla 13, stanford 13stanford's k.j. costello 9-yard touchdown run: stanford 20, ucla 13stanford's jet toner 39-yard field goal: stanford 23, ucla 13third quarterucla's soso jamabo 3-yard touchdown run: stanford 23,






stanford overcomes mistakes to pull away again on great catch


sept. 23, 2017, 11:23 p.m. ucla (2-1, 0-0 in pac-12 play) will face stanford (1-2, 0-1) tonight at the stanford stadium (7:30 p.m., espn). keep it here for updates throughout the game.scoring summaryfirst quarterstanford's jet toner 34-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 0ucla's jj molson 27-yard field goal: stanford 3, ucla 3stanford's jet tone, 32-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 3second quarterucla's jj molson 45-yard field goal: stanford 6, ucla 6ucla's darren andrews 12-yard touchdown pass from josh rosen: ucla 13, stanford 6stanford's cameron scarlett 2-yard touchdown run: ucla 13, stanford 13stanford's k.j. costello 9-yard touchdown run: stanford 20, ucla 13stanford's jet toner 39-yard field goal: stanford 23, ucla 13third quarterucla's soso jamabo 3-yard touchdown run: stanford 23,






facebook atwitter over friendly fox sightings in southern minnesota


a friendly pet fox named notchi has gone missing from his lakeville home and is gallivanting across southern minnesota, despite multiple run-ins with humans, a social media paign and a $1,000 reward for his return.notchi, a tame, 8-month-old red fox, was rescued from a fur farm as a kit by mikayla raines, 21, who has a usda license to keep foxes. notchi has distinctive silver and white markings because foxes used for fur often are bred over generations for unique colors.foxes generally make poor pets, raines said, because they mark their territory and chew things up.“there’s just a special bond that i have with foxes that i can’t explain,” raines said. “you have to work hard to bond with a fox, but i like the challenge.”more than 50 people have spotted notchi traipsing from lonsdale to was