Confirming speculations that the open offensive coordinator position would be an internal hire, head coach David Shaw officially announced today that Run-Game Coordinator Mike Bloomgren will take over as Stanford football’s new Andrew Luck Director of Offense.
How dare you, Pete Thamel? I’ve never been so angry at a journalist in my life. Today, Pete Thamel published a story explaining his actions… Continue Reading »
I do not like Notre Dame for many, many reasons, but I hope that Manti Te’o comes out today for his press conference and stares at the sea of reporters, all salivating over a chance to tear Notre Dame’s fallen star to shreds, and tells them to shove it.
The news that Manti Te’o's “girlfriend,” Lennay Kekua, did not actually exist, first reported by Deadspin, shook the sports world today. After the news broke, Notre Dame and Manti Te’o both put out statements to explain the situation from their sides.
Stanford football made a big splash at the end of its main official visit weekend, landing verbal commitments from two of its top four remaining targets in the class of 2013.
After accidentally releasing an early look at Stanford football’s 2013 schedule, the Pac-12 on Thursday officially announced the full slate of games for next season highlighted by a November 7th showdown with Oregon likely broadcast on national television.
Only nine days after Stanford’s magical 2012 football season ended with a Rose Bowl victory, it’s time to turn the page to 2013. Over the next eight months, coaches, fans and media alike will break down this schedule head to toe, but here are the first things that immediately jump off the page.