Stanford See Off Oregon St. Challenge, 38-13

    Andrew Luck shook off the rain and the chill to throw for 206 yards and three touchdowns in No. 4 Stanford’s 38-13 victory over Oregon State on Saturday.

    The victory was costly for the Cardinal, who lost senior receiver Chris Owusu to a concussion in the second quarter after a helmet-to-helmet collision with Beavers cornerback Jordan Poyer. Owusu was taken from the field by ambulance.

    Stanford (9-0, 7-0 Pac-12) extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 17 games. The Cardinal have not opened 9-0 since 1952.

    Redshirt freshman Sean Mannion threw for 252 yards and a touchdown for Oregon State (2-7, 2-4), which is guaranteed a losing season with the defeat. The Beavers’ only wins have come against Arizona and Washington State.

    Stanford was coming off a thrilling triple-overtime 56-48 victory over Southern California. Next week, the Cardinal host No. 6 Oregon in a game that could decide the Pac-12 North’s representative in the league’s inaugural championship game.

    Luck completed 20 of 30 passes with one interception. He upped his touchdown pass total to 26, six shy of his own school record set last year, by spreading it around and connecting for scores with Coby Fleener, Stepfan Taylor and Griff Whalen.

    Saturday’s victory was the Heisman Trophy candidate’s first in the state of Oregon.

    The Cardinal opened with a 2-yard touchdown run by Jeremy Stewart before Luck found Whalen with a 17-yard scoring pass to make it 14-0.

    Oregon State was efficient on drive that ended with Mannion’s 15-yard TD pass to James Rodgers midway through the second quarter.

    On Stanford’s ensuing drive, Poyer collided helmet-to-helmet with Owusu. As he was loaded into the ambulance, the receiver gave a thumbs up. Poyer was charged with a personal foul for the hit.

    Erik Whitaker added a 31-yard field goal for Stanford before halftime to make it 17-7.

    The Beavers narrowed it early in the second half on true freshman Malcolm Agnew’s 2-yard scoring dive, but Stanford went up 23-13 on Luck’s 27-yard touchdown pass to Taylor.

    Before the third quarter was over, Luck found Fleener with a 14-yard pass. Tyler Gaffney ran 10 yards for Stanford’s final score. Overall the Cardinal rushed for 300 yards, compared to just 33 rushing yards for the Beavers.

    Stanford had 507 yards in total offense, while Oregon State had 285.

    The Beavers were short-handed on offense because of injuries, missing slotback Jordan Bishop, tailback Jovan Stevenson and two offensive line starters, Grant Johnson and Burke Ellis.

    Stanford said Owusu was conscious and had full range of mobility in his extremities. He was taken to the hospital for X-rays.

    Last week in the 56-48 victory over the Trojans, safety T.J. McDonald leveled Owusu with a hit to the head, drawing a personal foul penalty late in regulation. The Pac-12 suspended McDonald for the first half of Friday’s night game at Colorado for the late hit.

    Tests after the game did not show a concussion, but Owusu did strain his shoulder.

    Owusu also suffered what Stanford coach David Shaw described as a “minor concussion” in a win at Washington State in mid-October.

    Going into the game, the senior receiver had 33 catches for 370 yards and two touchdowns this season. He had a 33-yard run against the Beavers in the first quarter.

    My LSU @ Alabama Predicition:

    Bama win by +5 points!

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    (Source: ESPN)

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Stanford See Off Oregon St. Challenge, 38-13
Andrew Luck  shook off the rain and the chill to throw for 206 yards and three  touchdowns in No. 4 Stanford’s 38-13 victory over Oregon State on  Saturday.
The victory was costly for the Cardinal, who lost senior receiver Chris Owusu  to a concussion in the second quarter after a helmet-to-helmet  collision with Beavers cornerback Jordan Poyer. Owusu was taken from the  field by ambulance.
Stanford (9-0, 7-0 Pac-12) extended the  nation’s longest winning streak to 17 games. The Cardinal have not  opened 9-0 since 1952.
Redshirt freshman Sean Mannion  threw for 252 yards and a touchdown for Oregon State (2-7, 2-4), which  is guaranteed a losing season with the defeat. The Beavers’ only wins  have come against Arizona and Washington State.
Stanford was  coming off a thrilling triple-overtime 56-48 victory over Southern  California. Next week, the Cardinal host No. 6 Oregon in a game that  could decide the Pac-12 North’s representative in the league’s inaugural  championship game.
Luck completed 20 of 30 passes with one  interception. He upped his touchdown pass total to 26, six shy of his  own school record set last year, by spreading it around and connecting  for scores with Coby Fleener, Stepfan Taylor and Griff Whalen.
Saturday’s victory was the Heisman Trophy candidate’s first in the state of Oregon.
The Cardinal opened with a 2-yard touchdown run by Jeremy Stewart before Luck found Whalen with a 17-yard scoring pass to make it 14-0.
Oregon State was efficient on drive that ended with Mannion’s 15-yard TD pass to James Rodgers midway through the second quarter.
On  Stanford’s ensuing drive, Poyer collided helmet-to-helmet with Owusu.  As he was loaded into the ambulance, the receiver gave a thumbs up.  Poyer was charged with a personal foul for the hit.
Erik Whitaker added a 31-yard field goal for Stanford before halftime to make it 17-7.
The Beavers narrowed it early in the second half on true freshman Malcolm Agnew’s 2-yard scoring dive, but Stanford went up 23-13 on Luck’s 27-yard touchdown pass to Taylor.
Before the third quarter was over, Luck found Fleener with a 14-yard pass. Tyler Gaffney  ran 10 yards for Stanford’s final score. Overall the Cardinal rushed  for 300 yards, compared to just 33 rushing yards for the Beavers.
Stanford had 507 yards in total offense, while Oregon State had 285.
The Beavers were short-handed on offense because of injuries, missing slotback Jordan Bishop, tailback Jovan Stevenson and two offensive line starters, Grant Johnson and Burke Ellis.
Stanford said Owusu was conscious and had full range of mobility in his extremities. He was taken to the hospital for X-rays.
Last  week in the 56-48 victory over the Trojans, safety T.J. McDonald  leveled Owusu with a hit to the head, drawing a personal foul penalty  late in regulation. The Pac-12 suspended McDonald for the first half of  Friday’s night game at Colorado for the late hit.
Tests after the game did not show a concussion, but Owusu did strain his shoulder.
Owusu  also suffered what Stanford coach David Shaw described as a “minor  concussion” in a win at Washington State in mid-October.
Going  into the game, the senior receiver had 33 catches for 370 yards and two  touchdowns this season. He had a 33-yard run against the Beavers in the  first quarter.
My LSU @ Alabama Predicition:
Bama win by +5 points!
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