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Stanford 34, Army 20 (Final)

D's player of the game, James Vaughters

Our offensive players of the game are Tyler Gaffney and Ty Montomgery, who combined for 315 total yards and three touchdowns. Here's hoping the offense runs through them in the weeks to come. On defense, the player of the game is James Vaughters, who recovered a fumble and had a fourth-and-short stuff, both in the second half.

Follow @TheBootleg Michael Rector nearly has his second highlight-reel catch of the day on a deep throw. This time, he was interfered with most of the way down the field, but still managed to get both hands on a diving attempt, and nearly came away with the score. Instead, Stanford will advance to Army's 27 on a pass interference call. And that's why Kevin Hogan has overthrown some fly... Recommended Stories

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