Stanford leads UCLA, 17-14, at the end of a first half on rain-slicked Palo Alto grass, which saw players from both sides slide to early whistles. One player who handled the conditions for the most part is UCLA's Johnathan Franklin, who has 140 total yards and a touchdown. The Bruins have outgained Stanford by 77 yards, and if not for an interception that turned into an immediate Cardinal touchdown, this game would look very different.
There have, however, been complains about the officiating:
But this is a Pac-12 game. THE Pac-12 game!
Kevin Hogan has done pretty much everything for the Cardinal offense, leading them in rushing with 42 and completing 10 of 12 passes. UCLA's Brett Hundley has been better on the ground than through the air, banging out 50 on the wet turf and averaging only 5.8 per throw.
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