Final Stats |
FOOTBALL POST-GAME NOTES
Washington 23, at Stanford 9 (Stanford, CA - Stanford Stadium)
October 27, 2007
Stanford had its two-game win streak against Washington snapped as the Huskies extended their all-time lead in the series to 40-34-3.
Mark Bradford had two receptions to increase his career total to 145 and 19 yards receiving to reach 2095 for his career. Bradford is ninth on Stanford's all-time reception list and has moved within 130 yards of 10th-place Tony Hill (2225, 1973-76) on Stanford's all-time list for yards receiving.
Tyrone McGraw had career-highs in rushing yardage with 89 on 11 carries, as well as receptions (4) and yards receiving (36). He also scored his first career touchdown on a one yard run with 2:30 remaining in the third quarter and had the longest run of his career with a 33-yarder.
Corey Gatewood made his debut as a running back and had 63 yards on just five carries, including a 43-yarder. Gatewood also had a career-best 41-yard kickoff return the first time he has returned a kick in his career.
Stanford had 2.0 sacks and now has 29.0 on the season to more than double the team's 14.0 in 2006. Stanford also has 23.0 sacks in its last five contests.
Stanford had 8.0 tackles-for-loss and now has 72.0 on the season.
Stanford forced a pair of turnovers (one interception, one fumble) and now has forced at least one opponent turnover in seven of its last eight games.
Stanford tied a season-high with 94 tackles.
Clinton Snyder had a career-high, game-high and team season-high 16 tackles and now has 75 in his last seven contests with at least nine in each of those games.
equaled career-bests with 13.0 tackles, 2.0 TFL and 1.0 sack.
Chike Amajoyi recorded a career-best 10.0 tackles and his first career interception.
Pannel Egboh extended his consecutive games started streak to 21 and forced his second fumble of the season to tie Clinton Snyder for the team lead.
Levirt Griffin recovered the second fumble of his career.
Kris Evans equaled a career-high seven tackles.
Austin Yancy tied a career-high with six tackles for the third consecutive game.
Chris Horn tied a career-high with six tackles.
Ekom Udofia had a season-high seven tackles.
Udeme Udofia had a season-high six tackles.
Kelton Lynn made his first reception of the season, catching two balls for 24 yards.
Derek Belch made one of his two field goal attempts is now 12-of-17 (70.6%) this season.
Stanford passed for a season-low 137 yards.
Stanford allowed Washington 388 rushing yards to mark the sixth-highest opponent total in school history.
The 255-yard rushing game by Washington's Louis Rankin marked the first 200-yard rushing game by an opponent since Washington State's Jerome Harrison rushed for 218 against the Cardinal on October 8, 2005.
The Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame honored its 2007 class at halftime of the contest with the inductees including Canyon Ceman, Jessica Fischer, Debbie Graham, John Paye, Brian Retterer, Kate Starbird, Jenny Thompson and the late Dr. Sebron "Ed" Tucker.