OREGONST 7 0 0 7 14
STANFORD 14 14 7 3 38
Date of game: 10/25/2014

Recap: Stanford vs. Oregon State

Stanford, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Kevin Hogan racked up 316 total yards and three touchdowns to lead the Stanford Cardinal to an easy 38-14 victory over the Oregon State Beavers in a Pac-12 Conference bout at Stanford Stadium.

Hogan threw for 277 yards, two touchdown and two interceptions on 18-of-28 passing while adding solid rushing totals (39 yards, TD) for Stanford (5-3, 3-2 Pac-12). Ty Montgomery caught six passes for 73 yards and added a punt- return touchdown.

For Oregon State (4-3, 1-3), Sean Mannion was just 14-of-30 passing for 122 yards before being pulled late for Luke Del Rio (4-of-8, 87 yards). Hunter Jarmon led all receivers with 87 yards on just three receptions.

The Cardinal started the scoring on the opening drive of the game when Hogan hooked up with Christian McCaffrey for a 42-yard touchdown.

After a Hogan interception set the Beavers up deep in Stanford territory, Chris Brown ran in a 5-yard touchdown to tie things up.

Hogan made up for his miscue late in the first quarter when he ripped off a 37-yard touchdown run to put the hosts back on top.

Stanford added two more touchdowns in the second quarter - a 37-yard pass from Hogan to Jordan Pratt and a 1-yard run by Patrick Skov - to head into intermission with a 28-7 lead.

The Cardinal's special teams got involved early in the third quarter when Montgomery returned a punt 50 yards for a touchdown.

Jordan Williamson added a 33-yard field goal for the Cardinal early in the fourth quarter.

The Beavers tacked on a 1-yard touchdown run by Damien Haskins late in the fourth.

Stanford outgained Oregon State in the one-sided victory, 438-221.

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