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Back and forth with the Daily Trojan

By Evan Buhler, 1 week 6 days ago
In advance of Stanford’s football game against USC on Saturday, The Daily’s Do-Hyoung Park chatted with Will Hanley of the Daily Trojan to preview the contest. Do-Hyoung Park (DP): USC’s offensive showing against Fresno State was absolutely remarkable — 105 plays, 701 yards and 52 points — and it seems that the hurry-up, no-huddle offense worked to perfection for the Trojans....

Football predictions: Stanford vs. USC

By Evan Buhler, 1 week 6 days ago
No. 13 Stanford (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) vs. No. 14 USC (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) Michael Peterson: Stanford 27, USC 23 Even though I suggested that the Cardinal would go 11-1 with only a loss to Oregon in my preseason predictions, I’ll admit, I was extremely close to picking USC here. The Trojans’ offense looked scary good in week one, albeit against Fresno State, and Cody Kessler played like an elite...

Chen: USC, uncertainty should scare Stanford fans

By Evan Buhler, 1 week 6 days ago
If you’re a Stanford fan and you’re not worried about USC this Saturday, then you have no idea what’s coming. USC scares me, and USC should also scare you. The Trojans’ depth is precariously thin due to their scholarship reductions, but this team has, in all likelihood, the most talented 22 players that Stanford will face in a game this season. Oregon boasts speed and talent,...

Pac-12 Week 2 Preview and Predictions

By Braden Gall, 2 weeks 6 hours ago
All of college football should be watching the Pac-12 this weekend. The two biggest games of the Week 2 slate will be played out West and will feature four teams ranked in the top 15 of the AP Poll. One of which will feature two top-10 teams. In fact, over the last 10 years, only four times has a Pac-12 team ranked in the AP top 10 faced a non-conference foe also ranked in the AP top...

Stanford’s secondary prepared for difficult task ahead

By Evan Buhler, 2 weeks 10 hours ago
To NFL teams seeking talent at the wide receiver position: look no further than Stanford Stadium this Saturday. When No. 13 Stanford and No. 14 USC clash to open conference play, two of the nation’s best receiving groups — if not the two very best — will be on full display. Stanford’s wealth at the wide receiver position was widely discussed in the preseason and was certainly evident against UC-...

Quick hits: A preview of Stanford vs. USC through numbers

By Evan Buhler, 2 weeks 11 hours ago
5: As if the 55-21 “What’s Your Deal” game in 2009 could have any more intrigue, consider that the average margin of victory for the winning team in this rivalry since that beat-down in the Coliseum sits at five points with Stanford owning a 3-1 record in that span. Stanford always seems to take USC’s best shot and vice versa. Saturday looks to be no different. 57.7 percent: In 2013, the...

Looking back: Recent meetings between Stanford and USC

By Evan Buhler, 2 weeks 11 hours ago
The direction of the Stanford-USC rivalry forever changed with the hire of Jim Harbaugh in 2007. Prior to Harbaugh’s arrival on the Farm, Southern California dominated the Cardinal and the Pac-10 conference, winning two AP national titles and multiple BCS bowls. However, in his first season on the Farm, Harbaugh and the Card stunned the No.1 ranked Trojans in the Coliseum in the “Biggest Upset...

Looking back: Recent meetings between Stanford and USC

By Evan Buhler, 2 weeks 11 hours ago
The direction of the Stanford-USC rivalry forever changed with the hire of Jim Harbaugh in 2007. Prior to Harbaugh’s arrival on the Farm, Southern California dominated the Cardinal and the Pac-10 conference, winning two AP national titles and multiple BCS bowls. However, in his first season on the Farm, Harbaugh and the Card stunned the No.1 ranked Trojans in the Coliseum in the “Biggest Upset...

Top-25 foes collide in key Pac-12 tilt

By Anonymous (not verified), 2 weeks 15 hours ago
Stanford, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Top 25 action takes place in the Pac-12 this weekend, as the 13th-ranked Stanford Cardinal play host to the 14th- ranked USC Trojans.David Shaw's Cardinal are the two-time defending conference champions and opened their season last week with a dominant 45-0 whipping of UC Davis. With the win, Stanford extended the nation's longest current home winning streak to...

Stanford Football: A Timeline of a Football Powerhouse

By Evan Buhler, 2 weeks 22 hours ago
The final dark days of Stanford football began and ended with former coach Walt Harris. In his first home game with the Cardinal in 2005, Harris allowed his team to blow a 17-point ...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...