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"At least the national anthem was performed with the teams still in the locker rooms, sparing writers a probing assignment with the binoculars. Kansas State fell short in score (26-13), but not in spirit, filling the northeast corner with an impressive visiting contingent with the Stanford section strikingly vacant at kickoff time. [...] are the perils of the quarter system, in which school doesn’t start until Sept. 26 and may create a similar landscape for the big home game against USC in two weeks. Just when the second half was pegged as a complete offensive breakdown — until very late, Stanford was averaging 1.9 yards per play — McCaffrey burst through a hole, sped down the left sideline in a blur and scored a 41-yard touchdown with 2:12 left. Oddly, with 10:10 to go in the second quarter and Burns humming along, Shaw turned to Keller Chryst, said to have been dead-even with Burns in the fall-camp competition (and will play against USC, Shaw said). The outcome", www.sfchronicle.com
"No. 8 Stanford holds off Kansas State 26-13 No. 8 Stanford jumped to a 17-point lead Friday night but had to hold on for a 26-13 victory against a young but game Kansas State team that shut down the Cardinal offense in the second half. The national poll voters aren’t likely to be impressed with this performance. Ryan Burns got off to a strong start in his debut as Stanford’s starting quarterback, but the Wildcats stymied Heisman Trophy candidate Christian McCaffrey for almost the whole second half before a stunned crowd at Stanford Stadium. Playing behind a reshuffled offensive line, McCaffrey rushed for 126 yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns. The visitors from the Big 12 cut the lead to 19-13 on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Jesse Ertz to Isaiah Zuber with 2:30 left. An onsides kick try by K-State failed, and McCaffrey soon broke free for a 41-yard touchdown with 2:12 left. The Cardinal had some timely contributions from special teams. Brandon Simmons downed", www.sfgate.com
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