STANFORD 0 10 0 3 0 13
NOTREDAME 3 0 0 10 7 20
Date of game: 10/13/2012
Game Log
Qtr 5
Kyle Brindza extra point is good.

Qtr 5


Qtr 5
7-yard pass from Tommy Rees to T.J. Jones.

Qtr 5
Notre Dame Touchdown - 7-yard pass from Tommy Rees to T.J. Jones. (Kyle Brindza extra point is good).

Qtr 4
Notre Dame Field Goal - 22-yarder by Kyle Brindza.

Qtr 4
22-yarder by Kyle Brindza.

Qtr 4
27-yarder by Jordan Williamson.

Qtr 4
Stanford Field Goal - 27-yarder by Jordan Williamson.

Qtr 4
Josh Nunes pass incomplete.

Qtr 4


Qtr 4
Kyle Brindza extra point is good.

Qtr 4
24-yard pass from Everett Golson to Tyler Eifert.

Qtr 4
Notre Dame Touchdown - 24-yard pass from Everett Golson to Tyler Eifert. (Kyle Brindza extra point is good).

Qtr 2
48-yarder by Jordan Williamson.

Qtr 2
Stanford Field Goal - 48-yarder by Jordan Williamson.

Qtr 2
Jordan Williamson extra point is good.

Qtr 2


Qtr 2
Fumble recovery by Chase Thomas in the end zone.

Qtr 2
Stanford Touchdown - Chase Thomas recovered fumble in end zone. (Jordan Williamson extra point is good).

Qtr 2
Jordan Williamson 26 yard field goal missed wide left.

Qtr 2
Defensive penalty on Notre Dame, Stephon Tuitt, Roughing the Passer, 15 yards, enforced at the Stanford 30.

Qtr 1
29-yarder by Kyle Brindza.

Qtr 1
Notre Dame Field Goal - 29-yarder by Kyle Brindza.

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