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Team: Stanford Cardinal Vs Washington State
Time: 03.30 PM
Date: 4th November 2017
Venue: Martin Stadium, Pullman
TV: NCAAF 2-014
The Cardinal just won their fifth game in a row, escaping from Corvallis last Thursday with a 15-14 victory over Oregon State. Stanford, playing without running back Bryce Love, struggled most of the game and trailed the Beavers 14-9 late into the fourth quarter. But the defense forced a fumble, and the offense cashed in, converting on a 4th-and-10 before getting the winning score with just 20 seconds left on the clock.
On the night, the Cardinal only came up with 222 yards of total offense but held Oregon State to 264. Stanford had chances to make things easier on itself but missed a short field goal, gained zero yards after recovering a fumble inside the Oregon State red zone and threw an interception from the Beavers’ 38-yard line.
Nonetheless, a win is a win, and at 5-1 in conference play, the Cardinal lead the Pac-12 North by a half-game over Washington.
There isn’t a quarterback controversy at Washington State, but Cougars head coach Mike Leach turned more than a few heads when he benched Falk in a 58-37 loss to Arizona last weekend.
Falk struggled to move the offense before being replaced by Tyler Hilinski late in the second quarter. Falk guided Washington State on seven drives; five ended in punts and only one ended in a touchdown. He totaled just 93 yards and a TD pass on 13-of-23 passing before his day came to an end.
Hilinski moved the offense better over the remainder of the game, but he ended up being too turnover prone. He threw for for 509 yards and a pair of touchdowns while completing 45-of-61 pass attempts, but he also threw four interceptions that opened the door for the Wildcats to pull away behind the legs of Khalil Tate.
History says that Falk can bounce back. Through nine games this season, he has been a model of consistent excellence much of the time. The senior has completed 68 percent of his passes, while totaling 2,576 yards, 23 touchdowns and seven interceptions.