Stanford senior reserve guard Aaron Bright will miss the remainder of the season with a dislocated right shoulder.
Cardinal coach Johnny Dawkins said Friday that Bright will undergo season-ending surgery next month. Bright was injured during a practice last week.
Bright averaged 5.9 points in seven games off the bench this season. In 105 career games, he averaged 8.7 points and...
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer The tough and tenacious way Trent Murphy plays football can be traced to his early years growing up just a few miles away from where the outside linebacker will take the field for Stanford against Arizona State in the Pac-12 championship game Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium.
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On Saturday the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will face off against the Stanford Cardinal.
No. 25 Notre Dame (8-3) will be seeking to upset No. 8 Stanford (9-2) in this contest.
Coverage of the game between Notre Dame and Stanford will air on FOX beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA.
It seems like forever since we’ve last posted a Trick Shot Monday for Notre Dame. But after coming off a bye and winning their Senior Day game against BYU, the Fighting Irish were ready to get back on track with the fun tradition.
This time, TSM was held in the computer lab, as the players took a bit of a break from homework. They were a bit rusty at first after three weeks off...
Each season, Stanford and Cal play on the gridiron for the Stanford Axe — a trophy with great significance. While the axe originally began as just a prop for a Stanford pep rally back in 1899, it quickly gained importance when rival Cal stole it following a baseball game. Since that moment, the axe has been been “passed” back and forth numerous times through many schemes and...
The embattled Jonathan Martin was in Los Angeles to take in the Stanford Cardinal's massive road showdown against the USC Trojans.
Oh, Pac-12 refs, you’ve gone and done it again.
With Stanford facing 3rd-and-1 from its own 38-yard-line, Cardinal fullback Ryan Hewitt was stuffed by the USC defense for what appeared to be no gain. Heck, when they brought the chains out, the ball actually appeared short of the marker. But somehow, Stanford was given a first down. Check it out:
Somewhere, Wisconsin coach Gary...
The USC Song Girls of yesteryear will reunite for the Trojans' highly-anticipated Homecoming showdown against the Stanford Cardinal.
Can Stanford's Tyler Gaffney carry the Stanford Cardinal to victory yet again? Photo: USA Today Sports No. 5 Stanford at USC Saturday, 8:00 PM, ABC Line: Stanford -3 A month and a half ago, this game would have looked like a rout in the making. Not that Stanford was playing like gangbusters to start the season, but USC was a bit of a tire fire, looking listless and...
As one of the preeminent academic institutions in the country, Stanford sometimes gets saddled with the reputation of being a place full of nerds -- a reputation these two guys studying in the bleachers during Thursday night's game certainly contributed to.
But as the Cardinal proved yet again during that game -- a 26-20, season-killing win over Pac-12 rival Oregon -- the university...
Do you remember when Oregon RB De’Anthony Thomas proclaimed that the Ducks should score “at least 40” against Stanford? Cardinal LB Shayne Skov – who helped hold Oregon to half that number and had a key forced fumble on Thomas (GIF below) in Thursday night’s 26-20 win – certainly did.
Ummm I’m havin trouble counting? How many points was that? U know what we’ll give...
Tweet Earlier this week before the #5 Stanford Cardinals hyped matchup with the #3 Oregon Ducks, Ducks running back and Heisman candidate De’Anthony Thomas predicted that Oregon would score “at least 40” on the Cardinals defense. After Stanford held Oregon to 20 points, limited Thomas to just 30 yards rushing and secured a 26-20 Thursday night...
Memo to De’Anthony Thomas – it’s always best to do your trash talking after the game. Thomas, a star running back for Oregon, made some noise earlier this week when he told reporters that the Ducks “should at least put up 40″ on Stanford. Well, given that his team only put up 20 last night (and didn’t score in the first three quarters), Cardinal linebacker Skayne Skov...
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The No. 2 Oregon Ducks will travel to play the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal in a Pac-12 battle Thursday night.
Entering the game Oregon (8-0) knows it controls its own destiny for now but they will be tested by Stanford (7-1) who is out to prove they are the class of the Pac-12.
Coverage of the game between Oregon and Stanford will air on ESPN beginning at...
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