Several Stanford Cardinal football players attended Thursday night's postgame press conference wearing nerd glasses after their 26-20 win over the previously undefeated Oregon Ducks.
Photo via Twitter / @DavidMLombardi.
The photo above features fullback Shayne Skov, linebacker A.J. Tarpley and running back Tyler Gaffney sitting in front of the media with thick black...
The Stanford defense has raised its level of play to epic levels the last two times it has taken the field in the state of Oregon, and the Cardinal needed every bit of that effort to stave off Oregon State Saturday because of their frustratingly incoherent offensive performance. Here's the wrap featuring Trent Murphy and AJ Tarpley.
The Bootleg's extensive Stanford football spring report rolls on. We covered the state of the Cardinal offense yesterday, and now we move to a lengthy evaluation of the team's defense and special teams. AJ Tarpley joins us on the radio end, too.
In this week's Bootleg Radio show, Kelsey Young joins David Lombardi to talk Stanford run creativity and the inspirational talk from Toby Gerhart that jump-started his career. AJ Tarpley and Terrence Brown also join the show.
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.
David Shaw, Andrew Luck, Ty Montgomery and A.J. Tarpley share their thoughts on last week's victory over USC and Saturday's matchup at Oregon State in this edition of Stanford Football Weekly.