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LaMichael James ran for 146 yards and three touchdowns and No. 6 Oregon sprinted past third-ranked Stanford 53-30 on Saturday night, giving Andrew Luck's Heisman Trophy campaign a blemish and taking a giant step toward hosting the inaugural Pac-12 championship. James ran for scores from 1, 4 and 58 yards and had Stanford (9-1, 7-1) defenders slipping all over a slick field.

LaMichael James' 58 Yard TD Run Against Stanford is Nice

Speaking of a potential LSU-Oregon rematch, here's Oregon running back LaMichael James slicing and dicing Stanford on Nov. 12. That run was 58 yards. Against LSU in the first game of the year, James only had 54 yards. James' long run against the Tigers was 13 yards. This video serves as a reminder of how impressive that effort was.

Stanford-Oregon Preview: Point Spread, Prediction, Poll, and Keys to Victory

The college football game that will get the most attention this week goes without saying, but the college football game of the week based on national title impact is out on the west coast as the two best teams in the Pac-12 square off with a likely birth in the conference championship game on the line. #7 Oregon heads to Palo Alto, California to take on #4 Stanford in a game that...

Oregon, Stanford showcase explosive offenses

Let the offensive fireworks begin. It's Andrew Luck and No. 3 Stanford against LaMichael James and No. 6 Oregon in a battle of two of the nation's most explosive attacks. Follow it all here.

Oregon takes the defensive to reassert its Pac-12 rule

Oregon 53, Stanford 30. Based on the final score, you're probably thinking "Business as usual," which is true to an extent: Oregon's never going to turn down three touchdown passes from Darron Thomas on the same night it gets 146 yards and three touchdowns on the ground from LaMichael James. Eighty-three points by both teams even eclipsed the over/under. But it...

On Paper, Upset Potential, Don’t Bother

On Paper #6 Oregon vs. #3 Stanford We may not have the playoffs (see Straitpinkie’s BaRackets ) but games like this will help determine who plays in the National Championship. This is Stanford’s remaining toughest test and if they can get by the Ducks they will be clammoring for a chance at the big crystal ball. Oregon comes in trying to spoil the Cardinal run and Andrew Luck’s...

Which Heisman hopefuls will be NFL stars/busts?

Winning the Heisman Trophy is not a ticket to NFL stardom. For every Roger Staubach and Tony Dorsett, there's a Gino Torretta and Rashaan Salaam. So where does that place Stanford's Andrew Luck, Alabama's Trent Richardson and Boise State's Kellen Moore? Luck looks like a lock to be the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft in April. Richardson could return to Alabama...

Relentless speed and tenacious D upends #4 Stanford

The Ducks were opportunistic in relentless in spoiling a perfect season for the Stanford Cardinal, winning 53-30 on a soggy grass field in Stanford Stadium. They picked off Andrew Luck twice, Mr. Heads Up Boseko Lokombo gathering in a bobble off the hands of Stanford freshman Ty Montgomery and returning it 40 yards for Oregon's final score. The Heisman Trophy candidate on the...

5 Things I Learned About College Football – Week 11 Review

That huge noise you heard Saturday night…the whooshing of air…that was the NCAA (and BCS) exhaling, knowing they will not have to worry about Boise State crashing the national championship party this year.  Like last season, the Broncos’ season came to a jolting end as a 39-yard field goal attempt was no good and TCU upset Boise, on the blue turf, ending their BCS hopes....
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