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  Jaren Hall threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score before leaving with an ankle injury to lead BYU to a 35-26 victory over Stanford on Saturday night, and Cardinal coach David Shaw announced his resignation after the game. After arriving unusually late for his postgame news conference, Shaw said he told his team in the locker room he was stepping down. "It's been a great run," Shaw said. "But it's time for me to step aside. It's time for the next group to come in." The Cougars (7-5) scored touchdowns on their first four possessions to take control in their regular-season finale and assure themselves of a winning record for a fifth straight season. Hall threw two TD passes to Isaac Rex before getting hurt. Coach Kalani Satake said he expected Hall to be able to play in the bowl game.

BYU did much of its damage on the ground with 358 yards rushing against a depleted defense for the Cardinal (3-9). Chris Brooks ran for 164 yards a year after gaining 131 against Stanford in the Big Game for rival California. Hinckley Ropati added a 43-yard touchdown run and Puka Nacua scored on a 25-yard run. Tanner McKee threw for 313 yards and a TD, and Mitch Leigber and Ashton Daniels scored on 1-yard runs for Stanford. But it wasn't enough to prevent the Cardinal from posting back-to-back seasons with at least nine losses for the first time in school history. The Cougars took control early with Hall capping a 75-yard game-opening drive with a 19-yard keeper. - BYU/AP College Football

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