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Stanford vs. UCLA Postgame Notes
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 10/01/2011

Oct. 1, 2011

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POST GAME STANFORD NOTES
UCLA at Stanford, October 1, 2011

  • The 12-straight wins are remain the nation's longest win streak.
  • It was the 20th and 21st career rushing touchdowns for Stepfan Taylor when he crossed the line at 9:14 in the first and 10:22 in the fourth quarter.
  • It was the ninth career 100-yard game for Stepfan Taylor, tying him for fifth all-time at Stanford with Mike Mitchell.
  • The attendance of 50,360 is the fifth sellout in new Stanford stadium history (since 2006).
  • The Andrew Luck catch from Drew Terrell in the first quarter was the second career reception for the Cardinal quarterback and first since he caught a Griff Whalen pass at Arizona on October 17, 2009.
  • Andrew Luck's three TD passes gives him 56 in his career, still third all-time at Stanford. The 24 wins at quarterback also ties Steve Stenstrom (1991-94) for first all-time.
  • With a 17-7 halftime lead, Stanford has now outscored opponents 378-117 in the first half over last 17 games. Stanford has never trailed this year, stopping UCLA's first drive on the one-yard line.
  • Stanford is now 19-2 at home since last game of 2007, winning its eighth-straight on its home turf and are 24-6 dating back to 2009 campaign.
  • The points allowed tonight are the most allowed since Washington State scored 28 on October 23, 2010 (a span of nine games since).
  • David Shaw is now 4-0 to start his career, tying Chuck Taylor who was 4-0 in 1951 in his first season.
  • The six-straight games that Zach Ertz caught a touchdown pass ended.
  • This is the first three-game win steak in the series over UCLA since Stanford won each meeting between 1925 and 1931 in part during the Ernie Nevers era.

POST GAME UCLA NOTES
UCLA at Stanford, October 1, 2011

  • WR Nelson Rosario hauled in the 100th catch of his career in the first quarter. He is now 15th in catches and 16th in receiving yards all-time at UCLA.
  • Johnathan Franklin became the 15th back in UCLA history to rush for over 2000 career rushing yards.

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