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Stanford records a football victory for the ages

Original post made on Nov 8, 2010

==BI Cardinal No. 7 in AP poll, No. 6 in BCS==

With the spotlight of a national television audience and the prospects of facing the Pac-10's top defense, Andrew Luck imposed his will on the game and produced one of his finest efforts in Stanford's signature 42-17 victory over visiting Arizona.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Sunday, November 7, 2010, 12:45 AM

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Posted by Bob Aulgur
a resident of Green Acres
on Nov 8, 2010 at 1:31 pm

This is from the New York Times.....

If Stanford were to finish at 11-1, it would be in the mix for a B.C.S. at-large berth.

The program’s downside was evident to anybody who watched Saturday’s national telecast. The attendance was announced as 43,506, but there were entire sections that were sparsely occupied. It was a reminder to the B.C.S. brass that the Cardinal does not have the most rabid following, no small consideration for bowl officials trying to fill stadiums at neutral sites.


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