After falling to USC on Saturday, Stanford is preparing to face Cal after a loss for a third consecutive season. Though the Cardinal won’t have trouble finding inspiration for Big Game, the end of team’s season has lost some of its intrigue now that Stanford doesn’t control its own BCS bowl destiny. We asked football writers Winston Shi, Do-Hyoung Park and David Cohn: What steps should the Cardinal be looking to take as a 31-point favorite against the Bears?
Stanford’s national championship hopes disappeared on Saturday night in the Coliseum as Southern California defeated Stanford 20-17. USC played well, but even after a flood… Continue Reading »
At this point, do we honestly expect anything other than a second-half comeback from the Colts? Andrew Luck ’12 led yet another Indianapolis Colts’ comeback… Continue Reading »
Avoiding a letdown after one of the biggest wins in school history was the focus all week. Finding a way to finish games better was… Continue Reading »
This one hurt a lot. To me, it hurt a lot more than any other loss I’ve witnessed in my four years watching Stanford football…. Continue Reading »
Welcome to The Daily’s live blog of tonight’s contest between the No. 4 Stanford Cardinal (8-1, 6-1 Pac-12) and the USC Trojans (7-3, 4-2) at the Coliseum. We’ll be updating this page all evening with live coverage and analysis. Please also follow us on Twitter @StanfordSports for extended coverage and commentary. All times are Pacific.
The Bradford lob. The Luck pick-six. The Nunes scramble. Few rivalries in the last six years of college football have been as thrilling as the… Continue Reading »