Munch on this:
Kibbles and Bits
Dating back to last season:
- When Stanford scores first, their record is 4-3. When the opponent scores first, Stanford is 2-3.
- The Boston College game was the third straight in which special teams blocked and/or returned a punt for a TD.
- The Cardinal have scored at least 4 TD's in six straight games.
- Stanford has averaged 25.0 ppg. The opponents have averaged 23.8 ppg
- The Card are 4-2 when outrushing their opponent and 2-4 when they are outrushed.
- When Stanford has more takeaways than their opponent, they stand at 5-1. When they turn the ball over more, they have a mark of 1-4. When the turnovers are equal, they are 0-1.
- Stanford is 6-1 when both Randy Fasani and Chris Lewis take snaps in the same game.
- Stanford is 9-4 at home, 5-5 on the road and 0-1 in bowl games.
- The Card are 3-4 against ranked opponents.
- Cutter's 13th rushing TD of his career moved him into a 7th place tie with Glyn Milburn on Stanford's all time rushing TD list. He stands 3 behind 6th place Bill Tarr but a staggering 24 behind Touchdown Tommy.
- Thunderfoot's 80th career PAT vaulted him into 6th place all time in that category. He needs 46 more to tie Eric Abrams for first place, so we better average 5 TD's a game.
- Stanford hasn't had a 200 yard rusher since John Volpe scampered for 220 vs. Washington in 1988.
- This weeks opponent, ASU, surrendered 693 yards (581 of those through the air) to Stanford in their 1981 meeting, a Cardinal record for most yards (and passing yards) in a game and an ASU record for most yards allowed.
- Sadly, the inverse of the above is true. In that same game, ASU scorched the Card "D" for 743 yards, setting the high mark for them and a low mark for us.