Oct. 15, 2011
POST GAME STANFORD NOTES
Stanford at Washington State, October 15, 2011
- The 14-straight wins sets a new school-record, besting the 1904-05 and 1939-41 teams' 13-game streaks and continues the nation's longest win streak.
- Stepfan Taylor topped 100 yards for the tenth time in his career, tying Marin native Brad Muster (1984-87) for fourth all-time.
- It was the 11th time in Andrew Luck's career that he has thrown for three or more touchdowns. The four touchdowns ties a career high, is the second time this year and the sixth time in his career he has done so.
- The 62-yard pass from Andrew Luck to Coby Fleener was the longest pass play of the year. With over 100 yards, Fleener topped the century mark for the second time in his career.
- Stanford has held its last 12 opponents to under 20 points. It is the longest streak since 1939-41 when Stanford held 14-straight opponents under 20.
- The 10 points in the first half was the lowest first half total since seven points against Arizona State last year (a 17-13 win after a 7-7 tie at the half).
- It was the first lost fumble for Stepfan Taylor since he lost two against USC last year (he also fumbled against Cal but Stanford recovered).
- With the field goal with 1:34 left in the first, Stanford has now scored in the first quarter in 26-straight games.
- It was the sixth consecutive true road win, the longest true road win streak since 1991-92.
- Stanford is now 5-1 in last six trips to Washington State. Stanford has won the last four in the series.