The first quarter of play is in the books at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, and the Stanford Cardinal have jumped out to a early 14-0 lead over the Wisconsin Badgers.
Stanford marched down the field on their first drive of the game, a seven-play, 80-yard effort, highlighted by a trick play -- a 34-yard pass from senior wide receiver Drew Terrell to Jamal-Rashad Patterson -- to give the Cardinal the ball at the Wisconsin 16. Freshman running back Kelsey Young ran the remaining 16 yards for a touchdown on the very next play to give the Cardinal a 7-0 lead.
Stanford stuck the ball deep in Wisconsin territory on their very next drive as Kevin Hogan connected with senior tight end Zach Ertz on a 43-yard bomb just before getting slammed to the Rose Bowl turf. The Cardinal scored on the next play, as a senior running back Stepfan Taylor punched it in from three yards out to give Stanford a 14-0 lead.