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  10/29/19 - Paulson AdeborSo/2022, Stanford, 6-1, 189 (DS#2 CB) + More +

  OCT 28 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Paulson Adebo, Jr., CB, Stanford (Mansfield, Texas),...Recorded two interceptions, his second career two INT game, in a 41-31 victory over Arizona. Both interceptions came in the fourth quarter, with the second INT of the game thwarting Arizona's final drive and sealing the Stanford victory...Now has four interceptions on the season and eight in his career...Has at least one interception in back-to-back games for the second time in his career and three interceptions in a two-game stretch for the second time in his career. Also nominated: Terrell Burgess, Utah; Stephan Blaylock, UCLA; John Houston Jr., USC, K.J. Trujillo, COLO. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#2 CB) rSo/2022 CB Paulson AdeboStanford
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  10/26/19 - K.J. CostellorJr/2021, Stanford, 6-4, 215 (DS#7 QB) + More +

  The final test for K.J. Costello came in the pregame warmups. If he could show he could hold and throw the football, he was a go. Being forced to stand on the sidelines for the past three weeks took its toll on the senior quarterback, who returned to Stanford's starting lineup and led the Cardinal to a 41-31 victory over visiting Arizona on Saturday. "It doesn't feel good. It's awful," Costello said of being sidelined. "Not playing a few weeks I have to challenge myself in terms of energy." An energized Costello threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns after missing three games with a thumb injury. He was 30 of 43 passing with no interceptions. Back-up Davis Mills, out with a calf injury, was unavailable.

"I feel a whole lot different playing than not playing. It's everything," Costello said. "When our offense plays the way we know we can, when we're able to run the ball, you can see the full complexion of the offense and what we want to do." Showing no signs of discomfort, Costello rifled passes to 12 different receivers, including a pair of touchdown passes to Simi Fehoko and one to Brycen Tremayne, whose only two career receptions have both gone for touchdowns. "I haven't hit an inside pass to Simi all year," Costello said. "It felt good. I think the game has finally slowed down for him." Fehoko agreed. "A lot of this season I've felt rushed," he said. "Today it slowed down. It's good to have him back, leading the ship." - Stanford/AP College Football


(DS#7 QB) rJr/2021 QB K.J. CostelloStanford
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  10/24/19 - Jet TonerrJr/2021, Stanford, 6-3, 201 (DS#1 K) + More +

  Stanford football coach David Shaw announced Tuesday that kicker Jet Toner will miss the rest of the season with a lower body injury. Toner, 12 of 16 on field goals with a long of 51 yards this season, was injured on a kickoff during Stanford's loss to UCLA on Thursday. It appeared trainers were working on his left knee or ankle. The senior also connected on 13 consecutive PAT kicks and leads the Cardinal in scoring with 49 points. He has kicked 47 field goals and 101 successful PATs with Stanford. Freshman punter Ryan Sanborn will also assume kicking duties for the foreseeable future. "His handling of the punting and kicking duties was outstanding," Shaw said. The team also held open tryouts for Sanborn's backup. "We found some possibilities," said Shaw. Quarterbacks K.J. Costello (thumb) and Davis Mills (knee) remain questionable and it appears Jack West will get the start Saturday when Stanford (3-4, 2-3) hosts Arizona (4-3, 2-2) at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. - Palo Alto Online

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  10/07/19 - Paulson AdeborSo/2022, Stanford, 6-1, 189 (DS#2 CB) + More +

  OCT 7/WEEK 6 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Paulson Adebo, Jr., CB, Stanford (Mansfield, Texas),...Matched career high with four pass breakups and added five tackles in a 23-13 win over No. 15 Washington on Saturday...Helped limit the Huskies to 206 passing yards (16-36) and 88 yards rushing (22 attempts)...Also helped limit Washington to just 2-of-12 in third-down conversions...Coverage down field helped Stanford get to the quarterback, registering two sacks and six QB hurries...Also nominated: Tony Fields II, LB, ARIZ; Kuony Deng, LB, CAL; Carson Wells, LB, COLO; Isaac Slade-Matautia, LB, ORE; Avery Roberts, LB, OSU. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#2 CB) rSo/2022 CB Paulson AdeboStanford
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  10/07/19 - Drew DalmanrSo/2022, Stanford, 6-2, 280 (DS#7 C) + More +

  OCT 7/WEEK 6 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Drew Dalman, Jr., C, Stanford (Salinas, Calif.),...Directed traffic on a line that featured three true freshmen in a 23-13 win over No. 15 Washington on Saturday...Created holes that allowed Cameron Scarlett to rush a career-high 33 times for 151 yards (first career 100-yard game) and a touchdown...Protected QB Davis Mills who finished 21-of-30 for a career-high 293 yards and one touchdown and was not sacked...Stanford posted 24 first downs, was 6-of-14 on third-down conversions, and had 482 yards total offense (189 rushing, 293 passing)...Also nominated: Shane Lemieux, OL, ORE; Blake Brandel, OL, OSU; Will Sherman, So., COLO. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#7 C) rSo/2022 C Drew DalmanStanford
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  10/07/19 - Simi FehokoSo/2022, Stanford, 6-3, 210 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  OCT 7/WEEK 6 PAC-12 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Simi Fehoko, R-Fr., WR, Stanford (Sandy, Utah),...Career-high three catches for 91 yards and a touchdown in a 23-13 win over No. 15 Washington on Saturday...Career-long 42-yard touchdown reception from Davis Mills was first career TD and marked the longest pass completion of the year for Stanford (previous: 39, Davis Mills to Michael Wilson at Oregon State on Sept. 28)...Also nominated: Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE, ORE. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#999 WR) So/2022 WR Simi FehokoStanford
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  10/06/19 - Cameron ScarlettrSr/2020, Stanford, 6-0, 216 (DS#20 RB) + More +

  Cameron Scarlett rushed for a career-high 157 yards and a touchdown, quarterback Davis Mills had another impressive game in place of injured starter K.J. Costello before apparently getting hurt himself, and Stanford pulled off its biggest win of the season, stunning No. 15 Washington 23-13 on Saturday night. The Cardinal (3-3, 2-2 Pac-12) extended their home winning streak to six games, dating to 2007, against the Huskies with a plodding, methodical offense that kept Washington quarterback Jacob Eason on the sidelines for long chunks of the game. Stanford dominated Washington (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) in nearly every offensive category and held an 18-minute edge in time of possession.

Jet Toner added three field goals to help the Cardinal, who have won back-to-back games following a three-game losing streak. Mills was crisp until coming out of the game for an unknown reason in the middle of a scoring drive in the fourth quarter. Mills was 21-of-30 passing for 293 yards and a touchdown, but spent the final 9 minutes on the sidelines with what appeared to be a bag of ice wrapped around his left calf. Jack West ran the offense down the stretch. Stanford got a big lift from its defense, which harassed Eason into an interception and forced a punt on Washington's first two drives in the fourth quarter. Eason was 15 of 35 for 181 yards, one touchdown and one interception. - Stanford/AP College Football


(DS#20 RB) rSr/2020 RB Cameron ScarlettStanford
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  09/30/19 - Jet TonerrJr/2021, Stanford, 6-3, 201 (DS#1 K) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jet Toner, Sr., K, Stanford (Honolulu, Hawaii),...Science, Tech. and Society Major Hit game-winning 39-yard field goal with one second left to hand Stanford a 31-28 victory at Oregon State...Made four extra points to move to 98-for-98 on extra points in his career...Delivered two kickoffs for touchbacks...Toner is currently on the 2019 Lou Groza Award preseason watch list. - Pac-12 Football

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  09/29/19 - Jet TonerrJr/2021, Stanford, 6-3, 201 (DS#1 K) + More +

  There was no reason for any doubt when Jet Toner stepped up to kick the game-winning field goal for Stanford Saturday night. "He's got that cool Hawaiian breeze going through his veins," Cardinal coach Davis Shaw said about the senior from Honolulu. Toner's 39-yard field goal came with just a second left on the clock, and Stanford overcame Oregon State's late rally for a 31-28 victory that snapped a three-game losing streak. The Beavers tied the game at 28 on Artavis Pierce's 1-yard touchdown run with 1:55 left in the game. But Connor Wedington returned the kickoff 43 yards and Davis Mills passed for a first down and ran for another on a final drive that ended with Toner's field goal.

Mills, starting in place of injured quarterback K.J. Costello, threw for 245 yards and three touchdowns for the Cardinal (2-3, 1-2 Pac-12), who extended their winning streak over the Beavers to 10 games. Costello sat out of the game after injuring his thumb in Stanford's loss to No. 13 Oregon last Saturday. "It was huge," Shaw said about the win. "First and foremost because it was a conference win. Tonight was the great team win that you're looking for." The game, which was delayed for 15 minutes because of lightning in the area, was the Pac-12 opener for the Beavers (1-3, 0-1). Oregon State had a bye last weekend after a 45-7 victory over lower-tier Cal Poly two weeks ago. - Stanford/AP College Football


(DS#1 K) rJr/2021 K Jet TonerStanford
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  09/10/19 - Walker LittleJr/2021, Stanford, 6-6, 313 (DS#4 OT) + More +

  Quarterback K.J. Costello will be back on the field for Stanford on Saturday but the Cardinal will be missing another offensive standout. Coach David Shaw announced Costello's return on Tuesday at the same time that he said tackle Walker Little will be undergoing season-ending surgery on his left knee. "We hope to get him full go for next season," Shaw said. Costello and Little, who was on the preseason Outland Trophy watch list, were injured in the Cardinal's Aug. 31 season-opening win over Northwestern and missed Saturday's loss at No. 24 Southern California. The Cardinal play at No. 17 Central Florida on Saturday. - AP College Football

(DS#4 OT) Jr/2021 OT Walker LittleStanford
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  09/05/19 - K.J. CostellorJr/2021, Stanford, 6-4, 215 (DS#7 QB) + More +

  Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello will miss the 23rd-ranked Cardinal's Pac-12 opener against Southern California with an injury. Coach David Shaw said after practice Thursday that Costello had been ruled out against the Trojans on Saturday after getting knocked out of the opener against Northwestern with a head injury. Davis Mills is expected to make his first career start for the Cardinal (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12).

Costello got hurt in the closing seconds of the first half against Northwestern last week when he was hit with a forearm to the facemask while sliding on a scramble. Costello's head hit the turf and he was down for several minutes before being helped off the field. Mills completed 7 of 14 passes for 81 yards and also lost two fumbles in his most extensive collegiate action. Mills played only one game last season, throwing two passes and running the ball once. Stanford also is without star left tackle Walker Little. He also got hurt in the opener and is out indefinitely. - AP College Football


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  08/31/19 - K.J. CostellorJr/2021, Stanford, 6-4, 215 (DS#7 QB) + More +

  With star quarterback K.J. Costello knocked out of the season opener, No. 25 Stanford had to rely on its defense and running game to get the win in the season opener. Costello threw a 2-yard touchdown pass before getting hurt on a late hit and the Cardinal used four turnovers and an improved running game to hold off injury plagued Northwestern 17-7 on Saturday. "It's what you want as a coach," Stanford's David Shaw said. "When things are difficult, I don't have to turn into Knute Rockne. I don't have to do all the talking...There's no sense of panic. There's a sense of we haven't played well enough and they're still in the game so we have to play better."

Cameron Scarlett ran for 97 yards and a key first down late that helped run out most of the clock and then Casey Toohill helped seal the win for the Cardinal (1-0) with a strip sack of Hunter Johnson that led to a fumble recovery in the end zone by Jordan Fox with 20 seconds left. Stanford had forced a punt by Northwestern on the previous drive to preserve a three-point lead. Costello completed 16 of 20 passes for 152 yards and the TD pass to Michael Wilson that capped a 90-yard drive in the second quarter for the Cardinal (1-0). But his day ended early when he was hit with a forearm to the facemask while sliding on a scramble by Earnest Brown IV with just 2 seconds remaining in the first half. - AP College Football


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  08/13/19 - Colby ParkinsonJr/2021, Stanford, 6-6, 240 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 FOURTH TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Colby Parkinson, Stanford, Jr.,...An All-Pac-12 honorable mention selection last season, Parkinson's seven touchdown receptions were third-most in the nation among tight ends in 2018. The Simi Valley, California, native has played in all 27 games during his two years on The Farm, and has totaled 39 receptions for 582 yards and 11 touchdowns. - Stanford Football

(DS#3 TE) Jr/2021 TE Colby ParkinsonStanford
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  08/13/19 - Jet TonerrJr/2021, Stanford, 6-3, 201 (DS#1 K) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 FOURTH TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Jet Toner, Stanford, Jr.,...Toner went 14-for-15 on field goal attempts and set the single-season school record for field goal percentage (.933) in 2018. That also ranked second nationally and No. 1 in the Pac-12. In his two seasons as Stanford's placekicker, Toner is 35-of-41 (.854) on field goal attempts and has made all 88 career extra points. The Honolulu, Hawaii, native was an honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection in 2017, and earned second team honors last year. - Stanford Football

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  08/13/19 - Paulson AdeborSo/2022, Stanford, 6-1, 189 (DS#2 CB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Paulson Adebo, Stanford, Soph.,...In his first year of action, the Mansfield, Texas, native led the country with a school-record 20 pass breakups and 24 passes defended in 2018. A first-team All-Pac-12 selection, Adebo also led the team and was third in the Pac-12 with four interceptions. - Stanford Football

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