Stanford Moves Back Into National Polls After Defeating Notre Dame
Nov. 29, 2009
STANFORD, Calif. - After its thrilling, 45-38 come-from-behind victory over Notre Dame on Saturday night, Stanford climbed back into both of the national polls which were released on Sunday.
Stanford, which finished the regular season with an 8-4 overall mark and a 6-3 record in Pac-10 play, is ranked 23rd in the Associated Press top 25 poll and 24th in the ESPN USA Today Coaches poll.
It marks the third time Stanford has been ranked this season. The Cardinal made its debut in the AP poll on Nov. 9 at No. 25, following a 51-42 victory over seventh-ranked Oregon and moved up to 14th following its 55-21 victory over 11th-ranked USC a week later.
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