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First-half liveblog: Stanford 7, Oregon 7

A.J. Tarpley intercepted Mariota to end the half

While it would be folly to predict a winner of a game tied at halftime, the three-touchdown underdog Cardinal look like a pretty good bet to cover the spread. It's small consolation, perhaps, but we'll take it, as Stanford's biggest game of the season is shaping up to be the ultimate nailbiter. Right now, it's 7-7 through 30.

End of first quarter: Stanford 0, Oregon 0 Both teams saw decent starting field position on their opening drives and picked up a first or two before punting. Stanford then drove into Oregon territory, with key plays including a Kevin Hogan third-down conversion to Drew Terrell and an 11-yard Stepfan Taylor run, but a Kevin Danser chop block put the Cardinal in a first-and-25 hole from which they...

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