Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • STAN436
    • 76COLO
  • Turnovers

    • STAN0
    • 3COLO
  • Possession

    STANCOLO
    27:0236:12
  • 1st Downs

    • STAN25
    • 6COLO

Game Information

Folsom Field
Coverage: FX
  • Boulder, CO 80309
Attendance: 44,138
11/3/2012 Associated Press

Stanford deals Colorado rare home shutout loss

Kevin Hogan ignited Stanford's sputtering offense and led the Cardinal (No. 14 BCS, No. 15 AP) to a 48-0 rout of Colorado, the Buffaloes' first shutout at home in 26 years.

Scoring Summary

1234T
Stanford72810348
Colorado00000
first QuarterSTANCOLO
TD
8:18
Jordan Webb pass intercepted by Ed Reynolds at the Stanf 48, returned for 52 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
colorado drive: 6 plays 15 yards, 03:35 colorado int, 3:35
70
XP
8:18
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
colorado drive: 6 plays 15 yards, 03:35 colorado int, 3:35
70
second QuarterSTANCOLO
TD
14:30
Stepfan Taylor rush for 26 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
stanford drive: 3 plays 40 yards, 00:31 stanford td, 0:31
130
XP
14:30
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 3 plays 40 yards, 00:31 stanford td, 0:31
140
TD
8:26
Remound Wright rush for 1 yard for a TOUCHDOWN.
stanford drive: 15 plays 70 yards, 00:00 stanford td, 0:00
210
XP
8:26
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 15 plays 70 yards, 00:00 stanford td, 0:00
210
XP
8:26
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 15 plays 70 yards, 00:00 stanford td, 0:00
210
TD
3:23
Kevin Hogan pass complete to Zach Ertz for 1 yard for a TOUCHDOWN.
stanford drive: 10 plays 65 yards, 04:14 stanford td, 4:14
270
XP
3:23
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 10 plays 65 yards, 04:14 stanford td, 4:14
280
TD
0:08
Stepfan Taylor rush for 2 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
stanford drive: 9 plays 58 yards, 02:06 stanford td, 2:06
340
XP
0:08
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 9 plays 58 yards, 02:06 stanford td, 2:06
350
third QuarterSTANCOLO
FG
10:28
Jordan Williamson 31 yard field goal GOOD.
stanford drive: 8 plays 49 yards, 04:32 stanford fg, 4:32
380
TD
5:08
Kevin Hogan pass complete to Levine Toilolo for 19 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
stanford drive: 8 plays 77 yards, 04:13 stanford td, 4:13
440
XP
5:08
Jordan Williamson extra point GOOD.
stanford drive: 8 plays 77 yards, 04:13 stanford td, 4:13
450
fourth QuarterSTANCOLO
FG
9:52
Jordan Williamson 35 yard field goal GOOD.
stanford drive: 3 plays 4 yards, 01:44 stanford fg, 1:44
480

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