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The Stanford Cardinal are 7-3 overall and 5-3 in the Pac-12 this season. Their season hasn’t gone as planned since starting the season at fifth in the AP Poll, but they have won three games in a row.
Despite having running back Christian McCaffrey back this season, Stanford’s offense has been a bit underwhelming, scoring just 23.1 points a game. McCaffrey has ran for 1,108 rushing yards and eight touchdowns in nine games. He is still first in the conference in rushing yards and fourth in rushing touchdowns.
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The Cardinal defense allows just 19.4 points per game this season. They have allowed over 20 points in just three games this season. Two of those games resulted in losses.
Defensive end Solomon Thomas leads the team in tackles for loss with 11 and in sacks with 7.5. Thomas ranks third in tackles for loss and fifth in sacks.
The California Golden Bears are 2-5 in Pac-12 play and 4-6 on the season. With two games left, they could really use a victory to make it two straight seasons with bowl eligibility.
The Golden Bears have lost their last three games coming into this week’s game. They are 2-2 against ranked opponents this season but their past two losses have been ugly.
They lost last week 56-21 to the 23rd-ranked Washington State Cougars. California allows 45.6 points per game and 540.5 yards on defense, both ranked last in the conference.
The Golden Bears offense does rank 26th in the FBS in scoring offense, averaging 37.8 points per game. Quarterback Davis Webb has 3,601 passing yards and 33 passing touchdowns to lead the way on offense. He is second in the Pac-12 in passing yards and passing touchdowns.