Stanford 55 Arizona 17
Stanford scored on its first eight possessions on the way to dismantling undermanned Arizona. The Cardinal has won four straight games since their season-opening loss to Northwestern.
Player of the game
- Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan was nearly perfect as he converted 17-of-19 passes for 217 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The senior has thrown multiple touchdowns in six of his last seven games dating back to last season.
- Stanford has won the last four meetings between the teams and holds a 15-14 edge in the all-time series.
- Cardinal running back Remound Wright rushed for two touchdowns and caught another, giving the senior three straight games with multiple scores.
- Wildcats quarterback Jerrard Randall filled in admirably for the injured Anu Solomon, passing for 178 yards and a touchdown and adding 67 yards on the ground.
- Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey rushed for 156 yards and scored his first rushing touchdown of the season; he has rushed for at least 115 yards in each of the last three games.
- Stanford’s defense held Arizona running back Nick Wilson, who entered the game averaging 142.5 yards per game, to 46 rushing yards.
- Wilson did add his 22nd career rushing touchdown - seventh most in school history.
- Arizona saw its streak of scoring in 22 consecutive quarters snapped after entering the second quarter down 13-0.
- Stanford has now scored at least 40 points in three straight games for the first time since the Andrew Luck era.
- With 1:27 left in the first half, Hogan found Wright for a 16-yard touchdown to give Stanford a commanding 27-3 lead.
- Arizona vs. Oregon State (10/10)
- Stanford vs. UCLA (10/15)