The Stanford Cardinal fans better expectation the squad plays one hell of a game on Saturday as the chances are determinedly against them. They will remain at home one more week and welcome the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at 4 p.m. ET at Stanford Stadium. Stanford lurches in anxious to achieve a conclusion to their three-game losing streak.
It was all tied up 10-10 at halftime, yet the Cardinal were not exactly the California Golden Bears' equivalent in the second half when they met on Saturday. The Cardinal were inside striking separation however couldn't close the hole as they fell 24-20 to California. Nobody had a major event disagreeably for Stanford, yet they got scores from RB Cameron Scarlett and WR Donald Stewart.
Notre Dame transformed the game against the Boston College Eagles into a track and field competition meet and took the gold in the wake of outgaining them 493 yards to 170. Notre Dame put the hurt on BC with a sharp 40-7 win. Notre Dame QB Ian Book worked as he got 66 yards on the ground on 12 conveys and tossed three passing touchdowns.
The Fighting Irish's safeguard was a nearness too, and it made life excruciating for the quarterback and moved beyond BC's hostile line for a sum of four sacks for lost 21 yards. Driving the way was DL Adetokunbo Ogundeji and his two sacks.
Notre Dame's triumph lifted them to 8-2 while Stanford's misfortune dropped them down to 4-7. A couple hostile details to keep in the back of your head while viewing: The Cardinal are unearthing the matchup with the fourth least surging touchdowns in the country, having accumulated just seven on the season. To exacerbate the situation for the Cardinal, the Fighting Irish position ninth in the group with regards to passing touchdowns, with 32 on the season. So the Stanford squad has a challenging situation to deal with.
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Stanford Stadium is an open air athletic arena in Stanford, California, on the grounds of Stanford University. It is the home of the Stanford Cardinal college football crew just as the site of the college's beginning activities. It opened in 1921 as a football and Olympic style sports stadium, an earthen horseshoe with wooden grandstand seating and flooring upon a steel frame. Its unique seating limit was 60,000, which developed to 89,000 by 1927 as an almost encased bowl. Quickly following the 2005 season, the arena was annihilated and modified as a double deck solid structure, without a track. Today, it seats 50,424.