To call this Stanford football season an emotional roller coaster ride would be a bit of an understatement. Despite the missed opportunities in frustrating losses… Continue Reading »
A loss to a bitter rival, coupled with the gloomy, wet weather at Tuesday’s practice, could easily put a damper on a team’s overall spirit. For the Stanford Cardinal, however, intensity at practice remains as high as ever due in large part to the example set by the team’s senior leadership.
November 7 has come and gone, and so has the euphoria of Stanford’s monumental win against Oregon on that Thursday night. In its place at Tuesday’s weekly press conference was an overwhelming sense of mental fatigue from the long grind of Pac-12 conference play. Nevertheless, the Cardinal remains focused on preparing for its clash at the Coliseum with USC this Saturday.
With the announcement last week that fifth-year senior defensive end Ben Gardner would be out for the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury,… Continue Reading »