STANFORD 10 14 7 7 38
CALIFORNIA 0 7 3 7 17
Date of game: 11/22/2014

Recap: California vs. Stanford

Berkeley, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Remound Wright rushed for 92 yards and scored four touchdowns on the ground as his Stanford Cardinal cruised past the California Golden Bears, 38-17, in a Pac-12 Conference clash at Memorial Stadium.

Kevin Hogan completed 15-of-20 pass attempts for 214 yards and an interception, and added a rushing touchdown of his own for Stanford (6-5, 4-4 Pac-12), which ended a two-game losing skid with the victory.

Jared Goff completed 16-of-31 passing for 182 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions for Cal (5-6, 3-6), which has dropped two in a row and five of its last six. Daniel Lasco carried the ball 18 times for 103 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

Wright got the scoring started with a one-yard touchdown run with 12:38 to play in the first quarter for the 7-0 Stanford lead. Then Jordan Williamson booted a 24-yard field goal to give the Cardinal the 10-0 lead with 6:26 remaining in the first.

Goff found Stephen Anderson on a 10-yard touchdown strike 34 seconds into the second quarter to put Cal down by a field goal, 10-7.

But the Cardinal took over from that point. Wright scored on a five-yard touchdown run with 7:59 to play in the half, and then Hogan plunged into the end zone from five yards out with 1:22 to play in the frame for the 24-7 Stanford advantage.

Wright scored again on a run, this time from two yards out, with 9:16 to play in the third quarter to give Stanford the 31-7 lead.

James Langford converted a 38-yard field goal for the Golden Bears with 1:21 to play in the third to cut the lead to 31-10 in favor of Stanford.

Wright scored his fourth rushing touchdown with 7:36 to play in the game, this time carrying the ball in from five yards out, to give the Cardinal a 38-10 advantage.

Lasco took a handoff for Cal and scored from 12 yards out with 2:40 to play in the game to cut the Cardinal lead to 38-17. That is how the scoring ended.

Stanford gained 204 yards on the ground, and forced five Golden Bears turnovers en route to the lopsided victory.

Game Notes

NASCAR News
Chip Ganassi Racing claims sixth win in Rolex 24 at Daytona

IndyCar Series drivers Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan as well as NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors Jamie McMurray and Kyle Larson gave Chip Ganassi Racing the victory in Sunday's 53rd running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Report: Josh Gordon facing 1-year suspension

Troubled Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is in hot water with the NFL once again after reportedly failing a test for alcohol, which could trigger a suspension for the entire 2015 season.

Athletics agree to 1-year deal with Abad

The Oakland Athletics and left-handed pitcher Fernando Abad agreed to terms on a one-year contract Friday, avoiding arbitration.

Pistons' Jennings has torn Achilles

The Detroit Pistons have confirmed that point guard Brandon Jennings suffered a ruptured left Achilles tendon during Saturday's game against Milwaukee and will miss the remainder of the season.

National Hockey League All-Star Game Capsule

John Tavares recorded four goals and Jakub Voracek followed with three scores and three assists, as Team Toews walked away with a 17-12 decision over Team Foligno in the 2015 All-Star Game from Nationwide Arena, the highest-scoring mid-season event in league history. The 2001 event in Denver held the previous mark of 26 combined goals in a 14-12 North American victory over the World, but the new record was set when Jonathan Toews put his own team ahead by a 16-11 count with 5:39 remaining in the contest. Toews and Patrice Bergeron each ended up with a goal and four helpers, with Filip Forsberg, Rick Nash and Tyler Seguin adding two strikes apiece. Corey Crawford -- the last of three goaltenders to give up four goals -- stopped 14-of-18 shots in the third period to earn the win. Ryan Johansen from Team Foligno picked up the MVP award, pacing his side with two goals and as many assists. Patrick Kane and Steven Stamkos added two goals and one assist apiece, while Claude Giroux totaled three points on a tally and two helpers. Marc-Andre Fleury took the loss, charged with seven goals on 16 shots in the second period.

Stay Connected with WDEF News 12
 
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.