Posted December 19, 2012 on
The ultimate Stanford radio show/podcast is back for its weekly spin, this time focusing on giving an insightful look into the Stanford-Wisconsin Rose Bowl match-up by breaking down the game's potential nuances. The guys also offer their thoughts on the Brett Nottingham transfer situation.

Rose Bowl Opposition Q&A: Stanford edition, part 2

On this snowy, windy, and plain old crappy Wisconsin winter day it's hard not to be thinking of the sun and fun that will happen in just a few short days as Badger nation takes over LA and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Just the thought of sun and tailgating on a golf course make things so much better.  Well, that and the fact that after the coaching carousel has finally stopped...

Roll (over) Tide: Taboada "100 percent" Card

Stanford already has beaten Alabama on the recruiting trail in the not-so-distant past. The recruit in question was a quarterback named Andrew Luck. In this ongoing war between the Shades of Red, the Cardinal are locked in to win another battle against the Crimson Tide, this time, at the tight end position.

Stanford Cardinal : #6 Pac 12 college basketball power rankings

Stanford Coach: Johnny Dawkins (4 seasons at Stanford 75-59) 2011-12: Record 26-11 overall, 10-8 in Pac 12 (7th) Starters Returning (3) Aaron Bright, Anthony Brown, Chasson Randle Preseason Tournament: Battle 4 Atlantis Top Non-Conference Games: vs. Belmont, at NC State, at Northwestern, vs. St. Louis Last year the Cardinal won the NIT championship. While the is great fact is the...

Previewing Stanford

Dwight Powell and Stanford (7-3) will be looking to upset NC State tonight in PNC Arena.
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