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Boston Herald Sports:
Injured linebacker Shayne Skov won't be on the field for Stanford's colossal Pacific-12 Conference game against...
BEST OF MAXIM
All eyes have been on the Stanford defense this week, as the unit gears up to take on Oregon’s high-octane attack. Linebacker A.J. Tarpley, who started the season as a backup but earned Max Bergen’s starting job as the season progressed, will be one of the most instrumental players in that effort.
Running back is one position where Stanford has no depth issues whatsoever, and sophomore back Anthony Wilkerson is one reason why. Along with Jeremy Stewart, Tyler Gaffney and feature back Stepfan Taylor, Wilkerson plays an important role in establishing the power running game that has become a trademark of the Stanford football program.
The Ducks made a serious dent in the Cardinal’s national championship campaign while also dealing a significant blow to Andrew Luck’s Heisman hopes.
USC beats Washington 40-17, and next week looms as another big showdown with a very solid, fast, athletic Trojan team.
But first the Ducks have to get out of Palo Alto with a win, putting themselves in the driver's seat for the Rose Bowl. They need a fast start and to establish tempo early. Andrew Luck and the Stanford power running game become even more imposing with a lead on a soggy field.
Did you miss the Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal Pac 12 football game today? We’ve got the highlights for you.
Stanford, Calif. – For the second year in a row the Oregon Ducks (9-1, 7-0) have shown the Stanford Cardinal (91, 7-1) who is boss by knocking off the No. 4 team in the BCS with a 53-30 win on the Cardinal home turf. Even though Stanford had more total yardage (400 to 387) and first downs (24 to 18), the Ducks had the better of the turnover-to-takeaway ratio and sacks.
The Heisman Trophy is still Andrew Luck’s to lose. Not so the national championship after Stanford lost to Oregon on Saturday.
Nov 11, 10:00 PM | Maples Pavilion
Central Arkansas Bears vs Stanford Cardinal Odds
Many eyes in the college basketball world will be on Maples Pavilion Friday as host Stanford looks to handle the Central Arkansas Bears in NCAAB action.
The Bears will try to spoil to the party on Friday; they are 0-0 ATS against the number this season, while the Cardinal...
The past week had the latest version of the Game of the Century. I feel it was a great game, more of a chess match than a heavyweight fight. Each time LSU would not get their first downs, they punted the ball and kept Alabama pinned deep. This made the field long each time. Fortunately for the Tigers their kickers were on the mark all night (especially the 73 yard punt which...