2018 SeasonAll times ET

2018 Schedule
6-4, 3rd in Pac 12 - North
Stanford RB takes off for TD (0:33)
Stanford TE goes up top for 75-yard TD (0:26)
10d

Washington holds off Stanford's late rally, wins 27-23

Myles Gaskin returned after missing two games due to a shoulder injury to rush for 148 yards and one touchdown, and Washington built a big early lead before needing Taylor Rapp's interception on the final play to beat Stanford 27-23 on Saturday night.

Stanford TE leaps to bring in TD (0:21)
Washington big-guy comes down with INT (0:45)
Washington TE fights into end zone to go up 14-0 (0:22)

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Remember Bryce Love? Tonight may be he closest we get to see the Stanford tailback's 2017 form. Love practiced at full speed Wednesday, and sat out the last two days to get the soreness out. The Cardinal needs him for more than the obvious reason. Backup Trevor Speights is hurt and didn't make the trip to Washington.

17d

No. 14 Washington St. rallies past No. 24 Stanford 41-38

Gardner Minshew completed his first 19 passes of the second half and drove No. 14 Washington State to a 42-yard field goal by Blake Mazza with 19 seconds remaining to put the Cougars in sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 North with a 41-38...

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

One more chapter in Gardner Minshew's incredible story: the Washington State QB, a grad transfer from East Carolina, went 24-for-27 for 237 yards in the second half to bring the Cougars back from a 14-point deficit and beat Stanford. The Cougars control the Pac-12 North and play three of their last four in Pullman. I could get fired up about a Washington State-Utah Pac-12 Championship Game.

Mazza wins it for Washington State with 42-yard FG (0:43)
Minshew sets up go-ahead FG with 35-yard strike (0:28)
Stanford scores equalizer with 25-yard TD (0:37)
Washington State takes lead late in 4th quarter (0:30)

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

With Cal's upset of Washington, the winner of Washington State-Stanford will be the only Pac-12 team with one conference loss. And it's not even November. Reminds me of the late ‘70s/early ‘80s, when three- and four-loss Pac-8/10 champs would go to the Rose Bowl — and win.

Washington State ties it up with 7-yard TD pass (0:31)
Washington State trims lead with 3-yard TD run (0:25)

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Stanford has undergone an offensive personality change in the first half against Washington State. Head coach David Shaw is play-calling against every tendency he has shown in recent years: throwing nine times on the opening 10-play TD drive, throwing out routes, using no-huddle, and throwing a TD on 4th-&-goal inside the Cougar 1. K.J. Costello is 19-of-22 for 192 yards and 3 TDs at halftime, The Cardinal has 262 total yards, and, more important, a 28-17 lead.

Cougars set up FG with 54-yard catch-and-run (0:37)
Stanford converts on 4th-and-goal to double lead (0:29)
Stanford reclaims lead with 10-yard TD pass (0:34)
Love's 43-yard scamper leads to another Cardinal TD (0:58)
Cougars jump ahead with 4-yard TD pass (0:28)

Team Stats

Passing Yards286.422nd
Rushing Yards108.2122nd
Points For28.3Tied-76th
Points Against23.0Tied-41st