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That was the first three and out Stanford's defense has forced and the first stop it's had outside the red zone. Great bat down by Kalambayi: 8 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Also worth noting: 7 of the past 10 meetings between Stanford and ND have been decided by a TD or less: 14 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Hogan connects with Hooper to put Stanford up by 6. That's Hogan's 4th TD tonight. Lots of game to play. Should be a good one.: 14 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Hogan's block on that play. Wow.: 21 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Is Oregon wearing gold helmets now?: 30 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
After how that drive started, hard to believe that Stanford held ND to 3 points.: 55 mins ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Stanford responds to ND's big TD, leads 21-20. Cajuste and Rector show up big on Senior Day.: 1 hour ago, StanfordDaily Sports
153 yards for Stanford on first two drives, 24 on next two.: 2 hours ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Two red zone trips for ND, two FGs. Bend but don't break.: 2 hours ago, StanfordDaily Sports
Baylor-TCU had 22 combined punts yesterday. 20 minutes in, Stanford-ND just hit 1.: 2 hours ago, StanfordDaily Sports

BRIEF: Stanford Athletics releases 400 more USC tickets

The Athletics Department will make 400 additional Red Zone tickets available for next Saturday’s football game against USC.

After nearly 6,000 students attended last month’s win over Wake Forest, 4,500 student seats were allotted for the matchup against the Trojans. On Sept. 28 at 8 a.m., students were e-mailed a link to reserve their spots. Within nine hours, all tickets had been taken, with a significant number of students left out.

As a result, the Ticket Office has opened up sections 139 and 140 for extra slots. At 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, students without a seat will be able to claim one of the remaining 400 slots. An e-mail will be sent out then detailing the process; students are eligible for one ticket each through Stanford’s print@home system.

The Cardinal and the Trojans will face off at 5 p.m. on Saturday at Stanford Stadium, as the Cardinal looks to rebound from this weekend’s 52-31 loss to Oregon.