STANFORD, Calif. (AP) When Bryce Love aggravated his injured ankle in the first half and had to go to the sideline to get checked out, Stanford coach David Shaw wasn’t sure how much he’d be able to get out of his star running back.
Love showed he had plenty left in the latest signature performance in his campaign for the Heisman Trophy.
Love ran 30 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns on the gimpy ankle against the nation’s stingiest defense, leading Stanford to a 30-22 victory over No. 9 Washington on Friday night.
”He goes out there from start to finish and pours his heart out for his teammates,” Shaw said. ”I don’t’ know if you could ask anything more of a football player. I don’t know if you can find a better football player in America than Bryce Love.”
Love has not had a full practice in about a month for Stanford (7-3, 6-2 Pac-12) since injuring the ankle four weeks ago against Oregon. His missed one game with the injury and was held to 69 yards last week in a loss at Washington State.
But he gutted it out against a Huskies defense that came into the game ranked first in the nation in yards allowed and second in scoring defense.
”I definitely felt like
Article source: https://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/love-s-3-tds-lead-stanford-past-no-9-washington-30-22-111117
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