Found September 29, 2013 on
Stanford Cardinal vs Washington Huskies football preview and predictions. Who is going to win this Pac-12 battle?
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Back in July, we showed you a leaked photo of gold chrome helmets for the Washington Huskies that basically set the world on fire. They were shiny, they were sleek, and they were way different than any other lids that Washington has donned before:
Photo by @Taylor_Losness (deleted since)
We knew that the helmets existed, and Steve Sarkisian confirmed that they would be worn at some...
For all the brute force Stanford shows, from its jumbo ''elephant'' package of offensive linemen to its bruising running backs, there is an element of the Cardinal offense often goes overlooked.
They have a group of sneaky fast wide receivers that are more than happy to go deep on cheating defenses.
''That's the difference between us this year and last...
IT WAS A night from hell for the Cougs at Century Link Field in Seattle, said the scribes in attendance. As the rain fell, so did Washington State's hopes of an upset at the end of the first half. It was the Stanford Cardinal show from the opening whistle and it didn't stop until WSU entered the locker room with a 3-2 record and a crushing 55-17 loss to their name.
Stanford Cardinal sophomore Barry Sanders Jr. looks a lot like his father with this fantastic juke and run against Washington State.
Check out the inaugural version of the Stanford Football Postgame Show. We've combined our on-field Bootleg Breakdown with on-camera appearances from Trent Murphy and Josh Garnett.
We argue for Stanford to get a first-place vote or two in the wake of yet another demolition of a mid-level Pac-12 team. This quarter, Remound Wright and Barry Sanders each found the end zone, and Jordan Williamson added a field goal for good measure. The Cardinal defense did yield two touchdowns -- and Ikenna Nwafor had to leave late injured -- but it was a great day for Stanford football.