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College Football Matchup - (14) USC at (13) Stanford

By Anonymous (not verified), 4 weeks 15 hours ago
College Football Matchup - (14) USC at (13) Stanford USC Trojans:== Aug 30 - W vs. Fresno State, 52-13== Sep 6 - at Stanford, 3:30 PM== Sep 13 - at Boston College, 8:00 PM== Sep 20 - Open== Sep 27 - vs. Oregon State, TBA== Oct 4 - vs. Arizona State, TBA== Oct 11 - at Arizona, TBA== Oct 18 - vs....

Explosive offenses set to write new chapter in heated rivalry

By Evan Buhler, 4 weeks 17 hours ago
When naming the best rivalries in college football over the past several years, it’s hard to make a list that does not include Stanford vs. USC. Regional proximity. Dramatic upsets. Wins for both sides. Field stormings in each of the last two meetings. The Stanford-USC rivalry has really seen it all. In 2007, Stanford sparked the rivalry with “The Biggest Upset Ever,” ruining the Trojans’...

Stanford in the NFL: 22 former Cardinal players earn roster spots

By Evan Buhler, 4 weeks 17 hours ago
Adding to an ever-expanding presence in the NFL, four members of Stanford football’s 2014 class survived training camp cuts and made a 53-man roster, raising the total number of former Cardinal players in the league to 22. Rookies Trent Murphy (Washington), David Yankey (Minnesota), Cameron Fleming (New England) and Ryan Hewitt (Cincinnati) succeeded in earning a spot on an NFL roster, while...

By the numbers: Stanford’s new-look offense

By Evan Buhler, 4 weeks 1 day ago
“We bow to no man, we bow to no program. We are going to build a bully.” Never one to mince words, former Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh famously declared upon his arrival to the Farm that the Cardinal would undergo an identity facelift; on the offensive end, this shift translated into a bruising, power-running juggernaut that steamrolled over opposing defenses. Harbaugh’s transformation...

Pac-12 Takeaways: Sarkisian and Petersen have mixed debuts

By Braden Gall, 4 weeks 1 day ago
The Pac-12 held serve in Week 1. But just barely. Most of the contenders — Oregon, Stanford, Arizona State, USC, Arizona and Utah — crushed overmatched opponents to start the year. But UCLA had to fight to top Virginia, and Washington barely held on for a win over Hawaii. Both are considered disappointing showings despite each achieving victory. Oregon...

Previewing the Five Best College Football Games of Week 2

By Braden Gall, 1 month 3 hours ago
Just when you think you've got it all figured out… the season starts. Texas A&M, Rutgers and Temple got things started on Thursday evening in shocking fashion by pulling off huge upsets. The madness continued on Saturday with a thriller in Dublin between Penn State and UCF before the top two teams in the nation struggled mightily with West Virginia (Alabama) and...

Recap: Stanford vs. UC Davis

By Anonymous (not verified), 1 month 1 day ago
Stanford, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Kevin Hogan threw three first half touchdowns and ran in another as No. 11 Stanford rolled to a 45-0 win over UC Davis to kick off its 2014 season.Hogan got to rest for the second half after building a commanding lead over the first 30 minutes. The senior co-captain completed 12-of-16 passes for 204 yards with an interception."I thought the offense did great,"...

Montgomery, McCaffrey shine in Stanford’s 45-0 rout of UC-Davis

By Evan Buhler, 1 month 1 day ago
Stanford football threw a party in its season opener Saturday afternoon, and senior wide receiver Ty Montgomery was the host. Though the victory came against an FCS opponent, the No. 11 Cardinal (1-0) certainly looked the part in demolishing an overmatched UC-Davis to a tune of 45-0 and notched their 17th consecutive win at Stanford Stadium, the longest active streak in the nation. Montgomery...

Chen: The fan’s guide to the 2014 Stanford football season

By Evan Buhler, 1 month 2 days ago
College football came back Thursday night. Stanford football comes back Saturday afternoon. At long last, the eight-month wait — it’s felt like eight years — is finally over. The Daily’s coverage is back, too, bringing you position previews, season predictions and pre-game chatter. Though Saturday’s contest against UC-Davis shouldn’t be much more than a tune-up game before the Trojans come next...

Football predictions: Stanford vs. UC-Davis

By Evan Buhler, 1 month 3 days ago
No. 11 Stanford (0-0) vs. UC-Davis (0-0) Michael Peterson: Stanford 55, UC-Davis 13 Saturday’s contest should be little more than a tune-up for the Cardinal as they prepare for arguably their biggest game of the season’s first half the following week against USC. Barring poor performances, expect to see many of the regulars on the bench after halftime. However, it might be worth it for Shaw to...