Bryce Love makes Heisman statement with three TDs vs. Washington

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STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford coach David Shaw made sure he distributed praise across the board after his team’s 30-22 win over No. 9 Washington on Friday night. One by one, he listed them off: the offensive line, the coordinators, his quarterback, his opponent, and so on.

Then there was an abrupt stop.

Bryce Love, Stanford knock No. 9 Washington out of the playoff discussion

Washington and the Pac-12 won’t get a return trip to the College Football Playoff after the Huskies’ 30-22 loss Friday, their second of the season.

“Oh, and then there’s Bryce Love,” Shaw said, referring to the Cardinal running back. “He played on one leg and played a phenomenal game. I’m not gonna mention any awards, but if he doesn’t win ’em all, then I don’t know what’s going on. This guy is unbelievable.”

Love, a junior, kept himself in the Heisman Trophy conversation by rushing for 166 yards on 30 carries and three touchdowns. He did so against a Huskies defense that had allowed only three

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