Found December 31, 2011 on
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Inside linebacker Shayne Skov has been the literal and emotional center of Stanford's defense...
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By JOHN MARSHALL AP College Football Writer The loss of linebacker Shayne Skov could have been devastating to Stanford.
Instead, the fourth-ranked Cardinal rallied around their sidelined defensive leader to reach Monday night's Fiesta Bowl against No. 3 Oklahoma State.
Skov went down with a severe left knee injury when Arizona receiver Juron...
Stanford's Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden of Oklahoma State passed up chances at the NFL for another season in college.
Their decisions are two big reasons there's so much hype building for the Fiesta Bowl.
The quarterbacks became friends while attending the Manning Passing Academy the last two summers and are expected to roll up the yards and points in Monday night'...
Quarterback Andrew Luck is the latest example of a person with a national profile who found it surprisingly easy to blend in at Stanford.
Stepfan Taylor may take a backseat to Andrew Luck, but he is the catalyst to Stanford's run-first attack for a Cardinal team preparing for Monday's Fiesta Bowl.
Coach David Shaw took a moment to reflect on Andrew Luck's final game for Stanford and to think of ways he can convince his quarterback to stay another year.
The Colts entered Sunday’s game needing to lose in order to win. And they did. With a 19-13 defeat in Jacksonville, the Colts have locked up the first overall pick in the 2012 draft, via a 2-14 record. Which means that they’ll have dibs on Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. The victory for the Jaguars, which…
The Colts’ loss to the Jaguars ensured that they will have the first overall pick in the N.F.L. draft and that Stanford’s Andrew Luck will probably be theirs.
Stanford left guard David Yankey has learned much from his All-America teammates, but his role models extend to his family and the sacrifices they made.
Aaron Bright scored seven of his game-high 16 points in the final 4:43 of play to help Stanford beat Southern California 51-43 Saturday.