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Deja Vu: Card lead 28-14, but ASU hanging in

Mason's defense doing just enough

Tyler Gaffney and Ty Montgomery started the quarter with rushing touchdowns, before D.J. Foster broke free for his second long score for ASU. The Cardinal nearly added to their margin before the half, but still, they are just 30 minutes from Pasadena, with a 28-14 lead.

Follow @TheBootleg The second quarter comes out with another wrinkle, an end-around to Ty Montgomery. He hurdles a would-be tackler diving at his legs, cuts to the left corner, away from the last safety, and has a 22-yard touchdown run. On replay, the ESPN team makes the good point that Stanford faked a power run on that play and the Devils sold out to defend it, so Montgomery had to make... Recommended Stories

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