Bob Kemp

A SIX PACK OF ASU-STANFORD KNOWLEDGE

BOTTOMLINE
        *ASU 28, STANFORD 10: The Sun Devils remained unbeaten in three conference games with a workmanlike dominating performance.
        *THE SUN DEVILS OWNED THE LINF OF SCRIMMAGE: ASU outrushed Stanford 255-13, not surprising since Stanford entered this week with the Pac 12’s worst run defense.
        *THE ASU DEFENSE CONTINUALLY GOT STOPS: Stanford had 10 possessions that reached ASU territory, but managed just one touchdown and one field goal.
        *ASU DEFENSIVE END TYLER JOHNSON IS PLAYING AT AN ALL-CONFERENCE LEVEL: On Friday night, the redshirt senior had two sacks and forced a fumble on a running play.
        *STANFORD QUARTERBACK TAYLOR MCKEE HAS AN NFL FUTURE: The 6-6 sophomore has a big-time arm and impressive feel for the position. McKee did throw his first three interceptions of the season, all three on deflections off the intended receiver.
        *ON THE INJURY FRONT: Sixth-year corner Chase Lucas did not return after a hard-hitting tackle in the second quarter … Starting defensive end Michael Matus (knee) did not play.