Found November 12, 2012 on Oregon Sports News:
What was shaping up to be a historic season looks to be tarnished from the loss to Stanford, putting the Beavers record at 7-2, with both losses in Pac-12 play. In his first career start as Stanford quarterback, freshman Kevin Hogan threw 22 of 29 with 254 yards and three touchdowns. With half a minute left in the first quarter, Hogan hit fullback Ryan Hewitt to the right, off a play action pass. Hewitt stiff-armed his way into the end zone, putting the Cardinals up 14-0 and giving them the momentum early on. “No disrespect to the other team, they are a good football team,” Storm Woods said. “But, we beat ourselves today.” Woods rushed for 94 yards, with help from an impressive performance by the offensive line. The Cardinals rush defense is ranked number one in the NCAA, only allowing 55.6 rush yards per game this season. Terron Ward, the star from last week, had a 7-yard touchdown run, the first allowed by Stanford in 17 quarters, which started a 23-point run that was unanswe...
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