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Stanford-Oregon State Football Post-Game Notes (November 18, 2006)
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 11/18/2006

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• The 36-yard touchdown run by Anthony Kimble with 11:39 remaining in the first quarter marked the first time this season that Stanford has scored first in a game this season.

Jason Evans had six kickoff returns for 151 yards with a long of 35 (all career-highs).

Chris Hobbs returned four punts for 26 yards with a long of 20 (all career-highs).

Ekom Udofia had career-highs in tackles (9) and solo stops (6) with his nine total tackles sharing the team lead.

Jay Ottovegio had the longest rush of his career with an 11-yard run on a fake punt in the fourth quarter.

Erik Lorig had a pair of catches for 17 yards, marking the first time in his career that he has had two or more catches in a game.

Trevor Hooper's sack was the second unassisted sack of his career and second in the past three weeks.

Bo McNally had career-bests in total tackles (6) and solos (5).

Chris Horn had a career-best four assisted stops.

• Stanford has now dropped eight straight games at home and finishes the 2006 campaign with an 0-5 mark at Stanford Stadium

• Stanford has lost to Oregon State each of the last three times they have met at Stanford Stadium and five of the last six times overall.

• A total of 18 Stanford seniors were honored before in a pregame ceremony prior to their final home game at Stanford Stadium (Jon Cochran, Patrick Danahy, Jeff Edwards, Trent Edwards, Nick Frank, Brandon Harrison, Trevor Hooper, David Jackson, David Lofton, David Long, Tim Mattran, Matt McClernan, Marcus McCutcheon, Michael Okwo, Mike Silva, Ismail Simpson, Matt Traverso and Josiah Vinson).

• Someone might have played for the first time this season

• Matt Moore has the longest active streak in the nation for pass attempts without an interception at 117.

• Oregon State is 6-0 when a running back rushes for 100-plus yards this season.

• Yvenson Bernard moved into fourth place at Oregon State for career rushing yards and now has a career total of 2,375.

• Oregon State will finish the 2006 season with a winning Pac-10 record for the third time in school history. Two of the seasons have been under current head coach Mike Riley.



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