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Bootleg Audio: UCLA Post-Game

J.R. Lemon in the endzone

While the Cardinal surged to a 24-3 lead midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against #8-ranked UCLA, there were several heroes. J.R. Lemon moved the ball on the ground and in the air, including two scores on screen passes. Julian Jenkins recorded three quarterback sacks. Nick Sanchez forced one fumble and recovered another. But after the overtime loss, they were all upset.

Whether you played on offense or defense, it was a locker room filled with disappointment and hurt Saturday night after Stanford's stunning 30-27 overtime loss to UCLA.  Fans have been smarting from the painful defeat, but how did the players take it? J.R. Lemon Scout... Recommended Stories

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