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Stanford hands UCLA football first loss in Palo Alto

By Lexy Atmore, Brandon Choe

October 19, 2013 5:04 pm

Stanford takes the field shortly before kickoff.

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Several Stanford Tree's commemorated Stanford's Alumni Day.

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Senior running back Malcolm Jones got the start for UCLA in place of the injured Jordon James, rushing five times for 30 yards.

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Stanford sophomore offensive tackle Andrus Peat tries to block UCLA senior linebacker Anthony Barr in the first quarter.

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Redshirt junior fullback Luke Gane teases Stanford's senior wide receiver Jeff Trojan after a play.

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Freshman linebacker Myles Jack recovers ball in what was thought to be an interception. It was later overruled.

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Stanford junior wide receiver Devon Cajuste is sandwiched in the second quarter. Cajuste had a game-high seven receptions for 109 yards.

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Redshirt junior linebacker Eric Kendricks and sophomore cornerback Fabian Moreau pursue Stanford's ballcarrier.

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Senior wide receiver Shaquelle Evans lines up before a snap in the second quarter.

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Stanford junior quarterback Kevin Hogan lets go of a pass while being brought down by UCLA sophomore linebacker Kenny Orjioke.

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Eric Kendricks and redshirt sophomore runningback Steven Manfro pull down a Stanford ballcarrier.

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Stanford's offense posed a formidable formation against UCLA.

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UCLA sophomore cornerback Ishmael Adams (center) celebrates an interception in Bruin territory late in the second quarter.

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Brett Hundley attempts to rush past Stanford's defense.

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Sophomore wide receiver Jordan Payton unsuccessfully dodges senior safety Devon Carrington.

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Redshirt sophomore quarterback Brett Hundley stiff-arms Stanford junior safety Jordan Richards in the third quarter.

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Stanford's junior wide receiver Devon Cajuste completes a pass for a touchdown.

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Stanford team revel in their first touchdown against UCLA.

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UCLA fans get pumped up during a second-half drive.

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Stanford junior safety Jordan Richards celebrates the first of his two interceptions during Stanford's 24-10 victory.

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Redshirt sophomore quarterback Brett Hundley passed for 192 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions against Stanford.

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Senior wide receiver Shaquelle Evans (right) gets a lift after scoring in the fourth quarter, cutting Stanford's lead to seven.

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Redshirt sophomore Brett Hundley jukes out Stanford's defense.

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UCLA's plays were riddled with many penalty calls.

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Freshman defensive end Eddie Vanderdoes rallies the crowd on third down during a late-game defensive stand.

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Freshman wide receiver Thomas Duarte is tackled in the last play of the fourth quarter.

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Stanford players celebrate after senior running back Tyler Gaffney's four-yard touchdown run with 1:42 left in the fourth quarter iced the Stanford win.

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