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Army at No. 15 Stanford: 5 Things to Know

 The Black Knights of Army travel to Palo Alto, CA on Saturday to take on the 15th ranked Stanford Cardinal in 12th ever meeting between the two schools.  Stanford is coming off an extremely tough loss at home to the USC Trojans and will look to bounce back at the expense of the Black Knights.  The Black Knights started off their season under new Head Coach Jeff Monken in winning...
Via Football Nation
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford's David Shaw Outcoached Himself In Loss to USC

David Shaw outcoached himself.The Stanford Cardinal hosted the University of Southern California Trojans on Saturday night, favored by three points, and hoping to put last year’s loss to the same Trojans in the rear view mirror. Looking at the stat sheet, you would think exactly that had happened, as the Cardinal owned significant advantages in first downs, time of possession,...
Via Football Nation
8 days ago  |  Discuss

BASTA: Cardinal Throws Away Game Versus Trojans

((HT: BASTA/Leonard))Saturday was a game of what could have been for the Stanford Cardinal. Penalties, turnovers, missed field goals, and poor execution in the red zone led to a disastrous 13-10 loss to the USC Trojans, despite out-gaining USC 413 to 291. Andre Hedari hit a game winning field goal for the Trojans with two minutes and thirty seconds left in a moment of deja vu for...
Via Online Sports Guys
9 days ago  |  Discuss

“Don’t put it on penalties, I put it on us.” Stanford Falls to USC 13-10

It was a game of penalties and missed opportunities, as the Stanford Cardinal couldn’t get past the red zone and fell to USC 13-10. Today is another tough loss for the Cardinal, who fell to the Trojans 20-17 in last November’s upset. The game began with penalty after penalty, with the two teams combining for twelve flags before the half was over. One of the toughest moments came...
Via BaySportsNet
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford Opens Season, Destroys UC Davis 45-0

Stanford couldn’t have asked for a much better way to open their 2014 season, as rough memories of a 2005 matchup were replaced with touchdowns and overall dominance in the Cardinal’s 45-0 steamrolling of UC Davis on Saturday afternoon. The first touchdown came before Keven Hogan even touched the field, when Ty Montgomery made the most of his first punt return as a Cardinal,...
Via BaySportsNet
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford loses Devon Cajuste and Jordan Williamson for Oregon State game

The Stanford Cardinal will try to stop red-hot Oregon State on Saturday night in Corvallis, but it will have to due it without wide receiver Devon Cajuste and kicker Jordan Williamson. Cajuste is the team’s second-leading receiver, and has been ruled out with a knee injury. Williamson missed last week’s game and will not return this week, according to an AP report: Coach David...
Via Sports Injury Alert
October 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Can Oregon State pull off another Reser upset?

The Oregon State Beavers have a history of pulling off unlikely upsets at home in the past decade. They beat then-No. 3 USC in 2006 and the top-ranked Trojans in 2008. Even last season, they downed No. 13 Wisconsin at Reser Stadium. The Beavers are hoping for some of that Reser mojo on Saturday night when they host No. 8 Stanford. If any team is poised for an upset, it's Oregon...
Via AP on Fox
October 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford receiver, kicker out vs. Oregon State

Stanford receiver Devon Cajuste and kicker Jordan Williamson will sit out the eighth-ranked Cardinal's game at Oregon State on Saturday night because of injuries. Coach David Shaw said after practice Thursday night that Cajuste is still recovering from a bruised right knee suffered in last weekend's win over UCLA. Williamson will miss his second straight game with a leg...
Via AP on Fox
October 24, 2013  |  Discuss

No. 8 Stanford getting relief ahead of key games

Stanford is getting some much-needed relief just when it needs it most. Coach David Shaw said Tuesday that wide receiver Devon Cajuste could practice later this week and play Saturday when the eighth-ranked Cardinal (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) visit Oregon State (6-1, 4-0). He said an MRI exam on Cajuste's right knee showed no ligament damage. Cajuste caught seven passes for 109 yards...
Via AP on Fox
October 22, 2013  |  Discuss

No. 8 Stanford back in hunt for Pac-12, BCS titles

Any worries Stanford coach David Shaw had about how his team would respond from a loss at Utah last week subsided when more players showed up in the weight room the following day - a voluntary day off - than any time in the last two years. The intensity picked up in practice throughout the week and showed up even more in a 24-10 victory over previously undefeated UCLA (5-1, 2-1...
Via AP on Fox
October 20, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA tries to shake up Pac-12 race at Stanford

The matchup between Stanford and UCLA this Saturday was supposed to be the last major hurdle before the Pac-12's showdown of the season. And it still might be - just maybe not the one everybody expected. Stanford's collision course with Oregon - set for Nov. 7 on The Farm - took a detour when the Cardinal lost at Utah last week, snapping a 13-game winning streak. Now No...
Via AP on Fox
October 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford kicker questionable for UCLA

Redshirt junior kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable for No. 13 Stanford's game against ninth-ranked UCLA on Saturday because of a leg injury. Cardinal coach David Shaw said after Wednesday night's practice that Williamson ''tweaked'' one of his legs. Shaw declined to reveal more about the injury, saying only that Williamson might sit out against the...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford kicker injures leg, questionable vs UCLA

Redshirt junior kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable for No. 13 Stanford's game against ninth-ranked UCLA on Saturday because of a leg injury. Cardinal coach David Shaw said after Wednesday night's practice that Williamson ''tweaked'' one of his legs. Shaw declined to reveal more about the injury, saying only that Williamson might sit out against the...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford kicker injures leg, questionable vs UCLA

Redshirt junior kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable for No. 13 Stanford's game against ninth-ranked UCLA on Saturday because of a leg injury. Cardinal coach David Shaw said after Wednesday night's practice that Williamson ''tweaked'' one of his legs. Shaw declined to reveal more about the injury, saying only that Williamson might sit out against the...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford kicker injures leg, questionable vs UCLA

Redshirt junior kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable for No. 13 Stanford's game against ninth-ranked UCLA on Saturday because of a leg injury. Cardinal coach David Shaw said after Wednesday night's practice that Williamson ''tweaked'' one of his legs. Shaw declined to reveal more about the injury, saying only that Williamson might sit out against the...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford kicker injures leg, questionable vs UCLA

Redshirt junior kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable for No. 13 Stanford's game against ninth-ranked UCLA on Saturday because of a leg injury. Cardinal coach David Shaw said after Wednesday night's practice that Williamson ''tweaked'' one of his legs. Shaw declined to reveal more about the injury, saying only that Williamson might sit out against the...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

A Perfect Throw Puts Card Up At Half, 17-7

Stanford leads 17-7 at the half after a busy second quarter. Jordan Williamson connected from 33 and Kevin Hogan found Ty Montgomery on a picture-perfect bomb. But Washington ran a hurry-up drive to perfection to stay within striking distance, and their defense shut down the Cardinal attack much of the quarter as well.
Via stanford.scout.com
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Wright, Sanders flash, Card win 55-17

We argue for Stanford to get a first-place vote or two in the wake of yet another demolition of a mid-level Pac-12 team. This quarter, Remound Wright and Barry Sanders each found the end zone, and Jordan Williamson added a field goal for good measure. The Cardinal defense did yield two touchdowns -- and Ikenna Nwafor had to leave late injured -- but it was a great day for Stanford football.
Via stanford.scout.com
September 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford 20, Army 13 (Half)

Stanford leads 20-13 at halftime. Stanford has 218 yards to Army's 175, though the Black Knights are +1 in turnovers (and nearly more), and have nearly 19 minutes of possession. Jordan Williamson has knocked through two long field goals, and while Kevin Hogan nearly has three turnovers, his stat line instead reads 6-of-10 for 108 yards and two scores.
Via stanford.scout.com
September 14, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Stanford Radio Preview: Special Teams

Stanford's special teams unit decided several critical junctures for the team in 2012. Jordan Williamson's famous overtime kick at Autzen Stadium immediately comes to mind. We don't forget Daniel Zychlinksi and Drew Terrell during our extensive 2013 special teams preview.
Via stanford.scout.com
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Radio: K Commit Hayden Lekacz on Stanford

Hayden Lekacz committed to Stanford as a preferred walk-on this week. The Cardinal kicking job will be his to win once Jordan Williamson graduates following the 2014 season. Lekacz gave The Bootleg Radio an insightful interview looking into his position.
Via stanford.scout.com
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

5 Reasons Why Oregon Will Beat Kansas State In The Fiesta Bowl

It’s likely that this matchup could have been for the BCS Championship until one fateful weekend in November where the Oregon Ducks lost to the Stanford Cardinal in overtime while the Kansas State Wildcats were upset by the Baylor Bears.  The Wildcats turned the ball over three times, but the big story was the Baylor offense that put up 342 yards rushing and five touchdowns in...
Via Football Nation
December 20, 2012  |  Discuss

No. 8 Stanford 27, No. 17 UCLA 24

Kevin Hogan threw for 155 yards and a touchdown and ran for 47 yards and another score to help eighth-ranked Stanford beat No. 17 UCLA 27-24 in the Pac-12 championship game Friday night. As a defender barreled into him, Hogan hurled a 26-yard tying touchdown to Drew Terrell on third-and-15 early in the fourth quarter. Jordan Williamson kicked his second field goal from 36 yards...
Via Fox Sports
December 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Live blog: Stanford 17, UCLA 14 (Half)

UCLA led 7-0 and 14-7, but Ed Reynolds' near- (and, likely, should have been-) pick six altered the momentum and, soon after, the scoreboard. Stanford tied on a one-yard Stepfan Taylor run immediately follwing Reynolds' snag in the early second, and now finds themselves with a 17-14 lead at the half thanks to Jordan Williamson's 37-yard boot.
Via stanford.scout.com
November 30, 2012  |  Discuss

CFB on FOX: Stanford wins Pac-12 title

Kevin Hogan threw for 155 yards and a touchdown and ran for 47 yards and another score to help eighth-ranked Stanford beat No. 17 UCLA 27-24 in the Pac-12 Championship Game Friday night. As a defender barreled into him, Hogan hurled a 26-yard tying touchdown to Drew Terrell on third-and-15 early in the fourth quarter. Jordan Williamson kicked his second field goal from 36 yards...
Via Fox Sports
November 25, 2012  |  Discuss
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