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After 'inexcusable' start, Stanford rally falls short against UCLA

It began as dullsville, a book you couldn’t wait to set aside, and it turned into a keeper. The scoreboard didn’t look like much for Stanford, but UCLA’s 35-24 victory proved compelling and memorable on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Stanford Stadium. For one thing, it marked the Cardinal’s first...
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UCLA Bruins Spoil Stanford Homecoming

STANFORD (AP) — Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter and also ran for two short scores to help No. 24 UCLA spoil Stanford’s return home with a 35-24 victory over the Cardinal on Saturday. Stanford (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12) had played its last seven games away from...
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Dons Knock Off Reigning Champion Santa Clara

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- The Dons used a strong defensive effort and timely late-game offense to knock off the reigning National Champion Santa Clara Broncos Saturday night at Negoesco Stadium. It was a signature victory for USF and an impressive way to end the non-conference season. IN CASE YOU MISSED...
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Lions Top USF in Matinee Matchup

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Competing in their second conference match of the season, the University of San Francisco volleyball team (0-10) fell to Loyola Marymount in straight sets, 3-0, at War Memorial at the Sobrato Center on Saturday afternoon. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:. Trading points out of the gates,...
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Press Democrat

Stanford unable to complete comeback, falls to UCLA 35-24

STANFORD — When the game was on the line, Dorian Thompson-Robinson wasn’t going to allow UCLA to lose. Thompson threw a tiebreaking 75-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter and came back from a banged-up shoulder to throw a clinching touchdown late that helped No. 24 UCLA spoil Stanford’s return home with a 35-24 victory over the Cardinal on Saturday.
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Thompson-Robinson leads No. 24 UCLA past Stanford 35-24

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — When the game was on the line, Dorian Thompson-Robinson wasn't going to allow UCLA to lose. Thompson threw a tiebreaking 75-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter and came back from a banged-up shoulder to throw a clinching touchdown late that helped No. 24 UCLA spoil Stanford's return home with a 35-24 victory over the Cardinal on Saturday.
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Stanford Daily

Cardinal fall to Bruins in home opener

Despite it being Stanford’s first home game in front of fans since Nov. 30, 2019, the Cardinal was not able to use the crowd’s energy in their favor against UCLA’s football team. The Stanford offense struggled mightily to open the game, with the offense failing to record a first down...
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Lewiston Morning Tribune

Washington State at California: what to know

Washington State will play its second consecutive Pac-12 road game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday against California at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif. The Cougars fell to 1-3 overall and 0-2 in Pac-12 play with a 24-13 loss Saturday at Utah. Senior running back Deon McIntosh led the offense with 63 yards on 13 carries. Senior quarterback Jarrett Guarantano was 25-for-36 passing for 248 yards with one touchdowns and three interceptions. Freshman receiver De'Zhaun Stribling caught six passes for 93 yards and a touchdown, and senior receiver Travell Harris finished with six receptions for 49 yards. Senior linebacker Jahad Woods had nine tackles, including five solo stops.
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All Bruins UCLA Football Players of the Game: Week 4 vs. Stanford

The Bruins went into Saturday as a favorite, but they had lost their last game and were preparing to face one of their most bitter rivals on the road. No. 20 UCLA football (3-1) marched up north to take on Stanford (2-2, 1-1) and left with a 35-24 victory. Taking a look at each unit individually, here are the three student-athletes who have earned the All Bruins UCLA Football Players of the Game awards.
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Washington Edges Cal In Overtime, 31-24

SEATTLE - Sean McGrew scored his second touchdown of the game in overtime, Washington's defense forced California's Damien Moore to fumble at the 1-yard line and the Huskies escaped with a 31-24 win over the Golden Bears on Saturday night. The Pac-12 Conference opener ended after Washington linebacker Jackson Sirmon...
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WATCH: Qwuantrezz Knight on Lessons Learned, Holding Off Stanford Late

UCLA football safety Qwuantrezz Knight talks to reporters about the Bruins’ win against rival Stanford in their first road game of 2021. It just took guts, do you know what I mean? Guts to finish the game. Like you said, last week, we weren’t able to go in and absolutely finish the game the way we’ve been coached. This week, during practice, that’s the main thing that Coach Kelly talked about. We have to finish, we have to finish, we finish. Bruins finish. And, you know, this game got down to a fourth quarter game...we knew Stanford wasn’t just going to roll over. Deep down out here, we knew we have to come finish this game and that’s what we did.
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UCLA vs. Stanford Week 4: Social media reactions to the Bruins' bounce back rivalry win

For all of their past failures in close games versus the Cardinal in the past, the Bruins were able to pull one out Saturday evening in Palo Alto. No. 24 UCLA football (3-1, 1-0 Pac-12) bested Stanford (2-2, 1-1) on the road Saturday, taking a hold of the game, nearly slipping late before recovering for the always-stressful win. It marked the Bruins' second victory over the Cardinal in three years following Stanford's 11-game winning streak in the annual rivalry.
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Seattle Times

UW notes: Husky safety Alex Cook relishes opportunity to topple childhood favorite

Alex Cook says he was “brainwashed” to be a Cal Golden Bear. The Sacramento native — now a junior safety for UW — starred on both sides of the ball at Sheldon High School, and Berkeley, California, was located conveniently 77 miles away. He has multiple family members who are Cal alums, and his father grew up in nearby Oakland.
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