The Stanford football team notched one of the biggest wins in program history this past Saturday, beating the Oregon Ducks 17-14.
The Cardinal managed to do what no other team has even come close to doing this season: slow down the Ducks.
Oregon was held more than 40 points below their average, and running backs Kenjon Barner and De'Anthony Thomas combined for just 109 yards rushing on 28 carries.
For Stanford, the win gives them a chance at the Pac-12 championship. They need to beat UCLA next weekend or hope the Ducks lose to the Oregon State Beavers, and they're in.
For a program that many thought would fall back after the Andrew Luck era, the win proved that the Cardinal are here to stay.
Here are grades for all 22 players who started the game against Oregon, including a grade for the special teams unit. Note that some players, like those along the offensive line, have been grouped together.