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Stanford-Arizona Football Post-Game Notes (October 14, 2006)
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 10/14/2006

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Wopamo Osaisai's 72-yard interception returned for a touchdown in the second quarter was his first career touchdown, the first one returned for a touchdown by a Cardinal player this season and the fourth-longest interception returned for a touchdown in school history.

Michael Okwo had 13 tackles to extend his personal-best string of double-digit tackle contests to five games in a row as he moved into the team's lead in tackles for the season with 61.

Trevor Hooper made a career-best 13 tackles, while Will Powers had a career-high six.

Tim Sims made his first career sack.

Jay Ottovegio was forced to punt a season-high seven times.

• Chris Hobbs' 16-yard punt return in the third quarter was the longest punt return of his career.

• Arizona's 20 points is the lowest point total Stanford has held an opponent to this season.

• Today's loss marks Stanford's first 0-7 start since 1960, which squad went on to finish the season 0-10.

• Stanford's four first downs marks Stanford's fewest first downs of the year.

• The Cardinal's seven penalties against the Wildcats ties last weekend's game versus Notre Dame for the most this season.

Wopamo Osaisai and Chris Marinelli made their first career starts.

• Stanford's 52 total yards of offense was the all-time lowest output by Stanford in school history for a single game ... The Cardinal's -6 rushing yards tied as the ninth-lowest total in school history, while the 58 passing yards was the second-lowest total in school history.

• TC Ostrander's 54-yard punt in the third quarter was his first career punt and Stanford's third quarterback punt on a quick kick this season ... Ostrander's punt ties for the Cardinal's second-longest punt this season.



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