Stanford beat Notre Dame on Saturday for the fourth time in the teams’ last five contests. The 27-20 result was surprisingly close — Stanford had been favored to win by over two touchdowns — but a win is a win, and the Cardinal is now 14-5 in one-possession games since David Shaw took over as head coach.
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 »
As a whole, the Stanford football team looked much improved against No. 9 UCLA after its disappointing loss at unranked Utah. Not only was the Cardinal’s defense stifling, but its offense also put together several solid drives (though it often failed to capitalize). We asked football writers Do-Hyoung Park, Winston Shi and David Cohn: Which Stanford player made the biggest strides last week?
For Stanford football, it all starts with the offensive line. And for the offensive line, it all starts with power.