For those planning on attending Saturday's Pac-10 Conference football matchup between Stanford and Washington in Stanford Stadium at 5 p.m., you had better have a ticket because the game is sold out.
For the third time in four games, Stanford football will have played to a capacity crowd of over 50,000 in Stanford Stadium. The game pits the No. 7 Cardinal (4-0, 6-0) against the No. 22-ranked Huskies (3-0, 5-1), co-leaders of the Northern Division of the Pac-12. Stanford holds the nation's longest winning streak of 14 games.
Stanford head coach David Shaw said Tuesday that he expects wide receiver Chris Owusu to be cleared in time to face Washington. Owusu suffered a concussion during last week's 44-14 win over Washington State and was not cleared by doctors as of Tuesday.
Stanford leads the Pac-12 in seven defensive categories, including allowing the fewest points (11.17) and yards (294.83).
For ticket information regarding Stanford's last three home games against Oregon, California and Notre Dame, call 1-800-STANFORD.
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