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Stanford 58, UCLA 34

Date of competition: Saturday, September 23, 2017

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Pac-12 Conference
Saturday
UCLA 3 10 14 7 – 34
Stanford 6 17 14 21 -- 58
Stan: FG Toner 34
UCLA: FG Molson 27
Stan: FG Toner 32
UCLA: FG Molson 45
UCLA: Andrews 12 pass from Rosen (Molson kick)
Stan: Scarlett 2 run (Toner kick)
Stan: Costello 9 run (Toner kick)
Stan: FG Toner 39
UCLA: Jamabo 3 run (Molson kick)
Stan: Irwin 15 pass from Costello (Toner kick)
Stan: Scarlett 1 run (Toner kick)
UCLA: Lasley 39 pass from Rosen (Molson kick)
Stan: Schultz 3 pass from Costello (Toner kick)
UCLA: Massington 15 pass from Rosen (Molson kick)
Stan: Love 69 run (Toner kick)
Stan: Scarlett 4 run (Toner kick)
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing:
UCLA, Jamabo 12-100, Rosen 3-15. Totals: 15-115.
Stanford, Love 30-263, Scarlett 8-86, Wedington 1-43, Costello 2-15, Chryst 1-5, Burns 1-2, Speights 1-(minus-1), Team 1-(minus-8). Totals: 45-405.
Passing: UCLA, Rosen 40-60-2-480.
Stanford, Costello 13-19-0-123, Chryst 1-3-0-12, Burns 2-2-0-13.
Receiving: UCLA, Lasley 11-158, Wilson 11-145, Andrews 6-48, Holland 4-26, Jamabo 3-41, Massington 2-24, Pabico 1-27, Roberts 1-8, Gentosi 1-3.
Stanford, Arcega-Whiteside 5-62, Irwin 3-33, Schultz 3-15, Wedington 2-9, Smith 1-20, Scarlett 1-7, Love 1-2.
Records: Stanford 1-1 (2-2); UCLA 0-1 (2-2)

posted by Rick on Sep 23, 2017 at 11:26 pm

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posted by Rick Eymer on Sep 24, 2017 at 3:46 am

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