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Former Stanford quarterback Brett Nottingham has exclusively told The Bootleg that he intends to transfer to the Ivy League's Columbia University. The junior detailed plans of his move, which is dependent on admission into the school. He would potentially be eligible to play immediately.
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As the Stanford Cardinals collected a 20-14 Rose Bowl victory over the Wisconsin Badgers, ESPN sideline reporter Heather Cox tried to track down Stanford head coach David Shaw after the win. Before she started the interview, Shaw told her that he needed to go to the trophy presentation being set up on the field. As Heather attempted to quickly finish the interview, Shaw was ushered...
This Rose Bowl Game is also exciting for some of Stanford's up-and-comers, who have been grinding to insert themselves into the Cardinal's rotation in 2012. True freshman DE Jordan Watkins is redshirting, though he forced Derek Mason to reconsider based on his practice play. Luke Kaumatule is settling into the TE position, while Palo Alto's own Kevin Anderson has made his mark as well.
Pretty standard procedure at the end of the game, right? Sideline reporter for the network that has rights to the game grabs the head coach and gets the first interview, grabbing those first emotional words for the public. Well, ESPN’s Heather Cox was besides herself when Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw was pulled away by Rose Bowl officials as the interview was taking...
The holiday season is a wonderful time in college football, as you watch multiple bowl games each day after Christmas.The contest between the Stanford Cardinal vs. the Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose Bowl should be a very close affair, with the outcome depending on which offense will wear the other’s defense out with their running attack.Here are five reasons why Stanford will beat...
The Wisconsin Badgers will play against the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal.
Kickoff: 5:00 pm EST
Line: Stanford is a 5.5 point favorite against Wisconsin.
Over/under: 47.0 points
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