Stanford Usc Score
October 30, 2011 by staff
Stanford Usc Score, If you were not watching Saturday’s game between the Stanford Cardinal and the USC Trojans, there is a chance you may have lost the game of the year. And that statement can not even be limited to college football.
After quarterback Andrew led the Cardinal luck in a unit at the end of the fourth quarter to tie the game at 34-34, the game headed to overtime, despite the objection of proof by the Trojans head coach Lane Kiffin , who insisted that USC still had possession of the ball with one second left in regulation.
USC won the toss and elected to defend first. Jeremy Stewart scored on a short-term the goal line, and the Trojans responded with a touchdown pass from Matt Barkley 10 yards to Robert Woods. The game went to second overtime with the score still tied, 41-41.
The second OT was very similar to the first. USC opened the scoring this time with another pass to Randall Telfer Barkley. Not to be outdone, the fate responded immediately with a 11-yard pass to Levine Toilolo the lead in the third overtime and the start of the scores of two-point conversion.
Stepfan Taylor had an easy 5-yard touchdown up the middle against a Trojan defense tired, and Stanford in the first attempt two-point conversion of the season, luck ended Coby Fleener in the end zone to put the Cardinal at the top, 56 – 48. This conversion and second Stanford touchdown OT were created specifically to take advantage of first-year students at USC, and both works were executed to perfection.
At this point, it seemed that both teams were willing to be there overnight. USC took possession of the ball and threw another pass to Barkley Marqise Lee to take the Trojans to Stanford University 4. On the next play, Curtis McNeal – who had scored two touchdowns before USC – took the ball to the line of scrimmage, where he was arrested by the supporters of Stanford. He fought against them for a few moments before the ball was stripped and rolled into the end zone, where freshman redshirt linebacker AJ Tarpley Stanford fell on the ball to give the Cardinal the victory and keep the team unbeaten. It was the most exciting final of what was undoubtedly the most exciting game of the season.
Lucky finished the game 29-of-40 with 325 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Barkley was 28 to-45 with 284 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Great performance from both quarterbacks.
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