Record-setting Falk leads No. 25 Washington St. over No. 21 Stanford

Redshirt senior midfielder Brian Iloski scored UCLA men's soccer's only goal in their blowout 5-1 loss to No. 4 Stanford. The Bruins logged a paltry 12 shots during the match – the Cardinal more than doubled that with 25. (Ken Shin  Daily Bruin

Stanford: RB Bryce Love sat out last week's squeaker victory over Oregon State with an ankle injury, but remains the nation's leading rusher with 1,387 yards this season.

Stanford had three consecutive three-and-out possessions after Okereke's interception. Junior running back Ryan Nall was stuffed on the third play of the drive and coughed up the ball, recovered by senior defensive end Harrison Phillips.

K.J. Costello replaced Keller Chryst as the Cardinal starting quarterback but was just 9-of-20 for 105 yards with an interception.

Odds Shark lists the Cougars as a 2.5-point favorite at home, with the over/under set at 55.5.

Outside of Corvallis, Oregon, the outcomes of other conference games were decided early.

Washington State rose as high as eighth in the AP Poll during a 6-0 start only to suffer a pair of losses at Cal and Arizona over the past two weeks. Falk only threw for 4.0 yards per attempt against the Wildcats. His backup, redshirt sophomore Tyler Hilinski threw for 503 yards but was also picked off four times.

This gives new meaning to "Pac-12 After Dark".

No. 21 USC was up by four touchdowns before Arizona State got its first on a 47-yard catch-and-run to close the first half. They're 6-2 overall and ranked 19th in the S&P+.

The Washington State Cougars have been upset once again.

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