Posted September 22, 2013 on
STANFORD, Calif. – a multitude of errors as well as extremely poor play had Arizona State trailing 29-0 after the first half. The second stanza saw the Sun Devils outscore Stanford 28-13. But this isn’t a case of the glass half empty or half full, but rather ASU overall failing to show up on their biggest stage thus far in 2013 as they were dominated by the Cardinal 42-28.
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#23 ARIZONA STATE AT #5 STANFORDStanford Stadium, Palo Alto, CA
Saturday, September 21, 7:00 PM on FOX
We've already made enough jokes about the horrible Week 4 line-up, but we didn't lose this matchup in the shuffle. Arizona State's trip to Stanford in the only meeting between ranked teams this week, so you don't really have an excuse not to watch it. Not that...
Stanford put together one of the finest halves in program history against Arizona State on Saturday. The team struggled after easing up on the gas later, but the good overcame the bad in the Pac-12 opener.
In a week that doesn't offer many big-time matchups, Week 4 has a showdown of top 25 teams in Stanford.The No. 23 Arizona State Sun Devils face off against No. 5 Stanford Cardinal.This game could go a long ways in determining the PAC 12 champion at season's end.The Sun Devils are coming off a crazy finish against Wisconsin last week in which they won in controversial fashion...
The Arizona State Sun Devils find themselves ranked this week but if they want to keep that ranking they will likely have to upset Stanford.
No. 23 Arizona State pulled off an upset against Wisconsin last week thanks largely to some awful officiating but alas it still counts as a win. This week they play against No. 5 ranked Stanford.
FOX will have coverage of the match-up between...
Saturday’s Stanford-Arizona State matchup is the marquee game in the Pac-12 for Week 4, but this contest could serve as an early preview for...
The Cardinal defense, in its biggest test of the game thus far, came up big in the third quarter. Read on as we describe what happened.
All of The Bootleg's Stanford-Arizona State coverage is in one spot. The Cardinal's first true, physical test of the 2013 season here, and there's no better way to prepare for kick-off than a perusal through this page.
If a college football team has had a better half this season, I’d love to see it. Stanford leads 29-0 at the break, and add in a missed extra point, a missed field goal and a touchdown instead of a safety, and it could easily be 38-0. One week after a grind-it-out win at Army, the Cardinal look elite this afternoon.
A beautiful first half gave way to a second half of necessity. Three Arizona State touchdowns gave the Sun Devils new life in the fourth quarter, but then the Cardinal running game salted the game away and practically refused to give the visitors the ball back. A come-from-ahead 42-28 win for your Stanford Cardinal, now 3-0 for the fourth straight season for the first time since 1911.
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