The Stanford Cardinal flexed their muscles as they defeated UC Davis, 45-0. Quarterback Kevin Hogan threw three touchdown passes and ran for another.
No. 11 Stanford continued to showcase themselves as a defensive behemoth as they shut out UC Davis, 45-0. Wide receiver Ty Montgomery got things started for the Cardinal with a punt return touchdown just under three minutes after the game started.
They led 38-0 at halftime, and quarterback Kevin Hogan accounted for four touchdowns. Three of them were passing, and one was a quarterback sneak into the end zone.
Montgomery led the Cardinal in receiving with five receptions, 77 yards and a touchdown. The rushing attack was spread out as the Cardinal rushed for 194 yards, led by Barry Sanders Jr., who finished with 43 yards on seven carries.
Backup quarterback Evan Crower stepped in for Hogan in the third quarter and threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
The Aggies were never able to generate any sort of offense as they failed to get in Stanford’s zone until the final play of the game when they were tackled at their 48-yard line to end the game.
Quarterback London Lacy was held to 54 yards on 12-of-22 passing with two interceptions.