Oregon’s Jaylon Redd, right, dives into the end zone for a touchdown against Montana during the fourth quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Chris Pietsch) Let’s recap Stanford’s 2019 season. The Cardinal gifted backers a miracle cover by scoring on a Northwestern fumble with 20 seconds left in Week 1. The next week, they allowed Southern California true freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis to finish the game on a 42-3 scoring run. Then Central Florida built a 38-7 halftime lead before cruising the rest of the game. Forget Northwestern’s horrible offense and focus on what’s happened the last two games: 90 points and 1,037 yards from teams that could’ve added more. Stanford’s offensive line and running game is in shambles. David Shaw’s play-calling has become extremely predictable. And I don’t think the crowd at The Farm provides much of a home-field advantage. The market has not caught up to how bad this year’s Stanford team is, but the Cardinal may struggle to get bowl eligible. Oregon blew a 24-7 halftime lead last year against Stanford. Coupled with a loss to Auburn in the season opener, the Ducks should be extremely motivated. I… Read full this story
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