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A Perfect Throw Puts Card Up At Half, 17-7

Hogan struggled in half, but connected on a bomb

Stanford leads 17-7 at the half after a busy second quarter. Jordan Williamson connected from 33 and Kevin Hogan found Ty Montgomery on a picture-perfect bomb. But Washington ran a hurry-up drive to perfection to stay within striking distance, and their defense shut down the Cardinal attack much of the quarter as well.

Follow @TheBootleg The opening snap of the second quarter is a big one: a third down in the UW red zone. Again, however, Kevin Hogan is inaccurate, this time firing too hard, too far outside and too low to Tyler Gaffney, similar to a poor throw to Kodi Whitfield on a first-quarter third down. Still, Jordan Williamson is true from 33, and Stanford leads 10-0 moments into the second quarter... Recommended Stories

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