Looking ahead to the 2016 Stanford football season

A game by game break down of the 2016 Stanford football season Last year the Cardinal went 12-2 overall and 8-1 in the Pac-12. Looking forward to this season, let’s try to anticipate this year’s record and see if there are any potential trap games or upsets. Kansas State Wildcats - Home This is a solid win for the Cardinal to kick off the season as the Wildcats are coming...
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7 hours ago

Get your shirts here! Stanford shirts still on sale for under 10 dollars

Seriously, just 9 bucks! We have been selling a ton of these Stanford shirts from the 2016 Rose Bowl, and now Breaking T has provided the few remaining shirts left a HUGE discount. Normally these shirts sold for about 25 dollars but now cost only 9 dollars. If you order now you can have your shirts with plenty of time to spare before the 2016 season kicks off. ---- There were more...
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1 day ago

Stanford basketball stars are making their impact in both the NBA and WNBA

A comprehensive rundown of the Stanford basketball stars making their mark at the highest levels of the game The Stanford Cardinal men's and women's basketball programs have been well represented over the years in the world of professional basketball.  Former Cardinal basketball players have been integral parts to their team's success while also achieving numerous accolades as individuals...
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2 days ago

Jerry Rice honors his late WR coach, Dennis Green: 'He was almost like my best friend'

Former NFL and collegiate football coach Dennis Green died late Thursday at the age of 67, due to complications of cardiac arrest. As news spread, players he coached over the years offered to tributes to Green.Those players include the great Jerry Rice. Just before Green became the Stanford Cardinal head coach and then the Minnesota Vikings head honcho, Green served as the San Francisco...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Stanford football coach Dennis Green passes away at age 67

While Denny Green was best known for his NFL coaching career, he was a Stanford icon Longtime NFL coach Dennis Green passed away on Thursday night at the age of 67. Green's legacy is largely found in the NFL - he was the head coach of some of the best Vikings teams of all time and is the author of one of the best press conference rants of all time - but Green was also an icon at...
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3 days ago

Pac-12 Media Days Kick Off a Great Stanford Season

Plus, the Stanford Band is at it again... Matt Vassar catches you up on all the highlights of Pac-12 Media Days. What can you expect from Stanford in 2016? Who are Stanford's most under-the-radar players? What's Shaw's plan if neither starting QB candidate emerges by the season opener? All these questions were asked of David Shaw, Christian McCaffrey, and Solomon Thomas during...
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3 days ago

Stanford Cardinal 2016-17 Preview & Betting Odds Analysis

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6 days ago

The Wayback Machine: A 20 year Rewind to Stanford Football's 1996 Season

How far has the Stanford program come in 20 years? A very, very long way We're less than 60 days away from the start of the 2016 Stanford football season, so let's take a stroll down memory lane - 20 years to be exact - and revisit the 1996 Stanford campaign. While the 1996 edition of Stanford Cardinal football may not belong in the pantheon of elite Stanford football teams, the...
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7 days ago

Stanford Wins 22nd Consecutive Learfield Director's Cup

The most dominant program in college sports rolls on Streaks are impressive. Hitting streaks, consecutive wins, games played, championship banners; everyone loves a streak. Joe Dimaggio hit safely in 56 straight games in 1941. Between 1953 and 1957 Oklahoma football won 47 straight games. UCLA's string of seven straight NCAA titles from 1967 to 1973 will never be replicated. The...
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7 days ago

A Rundown of the Stanford student-athletes competing in the Olympics

There are quite a few The Stanford Cardinal will send seven current student-athletes to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janerio. So let us get to know who will represent the Cardinal this summer. Albane Valenzuela The Stanford freshman will be representing Switzerland in Rio, in women’s golf. At the age of 18 she clinched the spot at the U.S Women’s Open Championship at...
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7 days ago

Highlights From the 2016 Stanford football Recruiting Class

Stanford brought in a lot of talent in the 2016 Class here is a look at a few great players After winning the Rose Bowl in 2015 Stanford has their sights set on loftier goals in the coming season, which starts with a solid offseason of signing young talent to the squad. Let’s dive into this great pool of talent Stanford has collected and take a look at a few players that will make...
Via Rule of Tree
9 days ago

Stanford favored to win Pac-12 for first time in more than 50 years

For the first time in more than 50 years, the Stanford Cardinal football program is the preseason favorite to bring home the Pac-12 title. In a recent poll of the Pac-12 media, Stanford received a whopping 24 votes to win the Pac-12 North and 20 votes to win the Pac-12 title overall. It marks the first time in 56 years that Stanford is the preseason favorite to win the conference...
Via Campus Sports Net
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford football: 5 things to watch in 2016

The Stanford Cardinal certainly look like the favorite to win the PAC-12 championship once again this year and that could be what they need to get to the College Football Playoff this year. It is hard to believe this team wouldn’t have something to say about making a case for the national championship. While they have to replace a number of players on the offense, including quarterback...
Via Campus Sports Net
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: 'I know I'm the best' cornerback in the NFL

Like all NFL teams, Patrick Peterson knows the value of a shutdown cornerback. And he values his abilities above those of all other shutdown corners.Peterson, who will turn 26 on Monday, says he respects guys like Josh Norman, Richard Sherman and Darrelle Revis. He just isn't as outspoken as they are -- until now, anyway."I do my talking between the white lines," Peterson told USA...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

The Heisman Trophy is Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey’s to lose

Stanford Cardinal all-purpose running back Christian McCaffrey might not be the the odds on favorite to win the Heisman Trophy- but he should be. Current Heisman Trophy odds from Vegas: Watson, Fournette & McCaffrey top 3! — Johnny Detroit (@Johnny_Detroit) June 28, 2016 The 2015 Heisman Trophy went to Alabama running back Derrick Henry, now with...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Predicting the Power-5 college football champions

As we head into the college football season, it looks as if the College Football Playoffs will be full of surprises come December. We learned a lot last year about the CFP Committee and what it views as valuable in relation to selecting the top-4 teams. Obviously record has a huge bearing, all top-4 teams had one loss (except undefeated Clemson). Alabama, Michigan State, and Oklahoma...
June 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Stanford OC wants to limit Christian McCaffrey’s carries in 2016

Stanford Cardinal running back Christian McCaffrey enters the 2016 college football season as one of the favorites to claim the Heisman Trophy. However, last year’s breakout star may not have as big or diverse of a role as he did a season ago. Stanford offensive coordinator Mike Bloomgren is hoping to preserve his junior running back throughout the season, so there are currently...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Christian McCaffrey really can do everything, including playing harmonica

Stanford Cardinal do-it-all star Christian McCaffrey is one of the most talented players in college football. McCaffrey is a stud rusher, pass catcher and even a kick returner. Off the field, we have even seen his musical abilities on the piano, but it doesn’t end there. To provide further proof that there really is nothing McCaffrey can’t do, the Heisman hopefully took to Instagram...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Christian McCaffrey focused on being more physical

Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is one of the most athletic and exciting players to watch in all of college football. He finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting last year and seems poised to have another big year for the Cardinal. He is not, however, following a certain tradition the school has. Every year, current players work with Sports Performance Director Shannon...
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May 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Christian McCaffrey throws out first pitch at little league

Stanford Cardinal star running back Christian McCaffrey gave a little back to the Palo Alto community yesterday as he threw out the first pitch at opening day of the Palo Alto Little League. Check it out below! This was an excellent gesture not only on the part of McCaffrey, but that of Stanford itself. Cardinal football is highly popular in Palo Alto and given how McCaffrey was...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Stanford football: A break down on their spring game

Stanford football held their annual Cardinal and White Spring Game last weekend at Cagan Stadium where the Cardinal soccer play.  It was a relatively close game between the offense and the defense, but the offense managed to come out on top even without superstar Christian McCaffrey. There was a lot going on in the smaller venue holding 1,900 people, but what is most important to...
April 14, 2016  |  Discuss

David Shaw trolls southeast region of U.S.

The NCAA infamously banned all satellite camps earlier this week and drew the ire of many, but Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw was not one of those people. Speaking to reporters, including ESPN’s Ted Miller, Shaw explained his position on the matter and also threw quite the shade at the United States’ southeast region. David Shaw says no reason for satellite camps "where...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 10, 2016  |  Discuss

David Shaw cracks funny joke about satellite camps

The Pac-12 was one of the four Power 5 conferences to vote against the use of satellite camps, so it makes sense that Stanford’s David Shaw would be against them. This quote from the 43-year-old coach is puzzling, though. It appears Shaw is throwing shade at the academic standing of the entire southeast region of the United States. David Shaw says no reason for satellite...
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April 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Spring Football: Keller Chryst threads needle on 25 yd TD pass

The Stanford Cardinal have to replace long-time starter Kevin Hogan this season. One of the options is Keller Chryst and if this pass is any indication of what he can do, he could be a really good option for the Cardinal…. CHRYST that's a good throw!! Watch @StanfordFball Spring Game: — Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) April 9,...
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April 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Stanford football dynamic duo no longer together

Stanford football had tremendous success in their 2015 season, and now what weighs on everyone’s mind is how will their 2016 season look without the team’s dynamic duo Christian McCaffrey and Kevin Hogan? The chemistry that these two players shared was remarkable and a lot of fun to watch.  There are definitely other players on the team that had a big role in the team’s success...
March 28, 2016  |  Discuss
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