Christian McCaffrey broke the Stanford single-game record for rushing yards, Francis Owusu made one of the most impressive catches in recent memory and the Cardinal put up 56 points against a top-20 team in the nation. It was just another week for the Pac-12’s leading offense and outright leaders of the Pac-12 North.
No. 15 Stanford (5-1, 4-0 Pac-12) dominated No. 18 UCLA (4-2, 1-2) by a margin of 56-35, stretching its win streak to five and securing its eighth consecutive win against the Bruins.
While production was tremendous all across the board, the story of the night was McCaffrey, whose 243 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns put him in the Stanford record books and the nationwide Heisman conversation. McCaffrey ended the game with 369 all-purpose yards, the FBS single-game high for this year that once again gave him the nationwide lead in the category.
However, it didn’t stop with the ground attack. Kevin Hogan had 3 touchdown passes on just 15 attempts, the Stanford defense held UCLA to 3-of-16 on third down attempts and sophomore cornerback Alijah Holder returned an interception on the Bruins’ first drive for Stanford’s first touchdown of the night.
Looking ahead, the Cardinal will again put its undefeated conference record on the line as it hosts Washington on Oct. 24.
This post will be updated.