In advance of Saturday’s football game between Stanford and Oregon State, The Daily’s Winston Shi chatted with Andrew Kilstrom of The Daily Barometer, Oregon State’s student newspaper, to get perspective from both camps. Below is a partial transcript of their conversation.
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Senior free safety Ed Reynolds earned the reputation as Stanford’s ball hawk after his three pick-sixes in 2013. But his counterpart, junior strong safety Jordan Richards, is no pushover. Richards is known as a harder hitter and himself returned an interception for a touchdown—the first of his career, against Washington State on Saturday. We asked football writers Winston Shi, Do-Hyoung Park and David Cohn: Which starting safety is more valuable to Stanford?
On a rainy, windy Saturday night in Seattle, No. 5 Stanford (4-0, 2-0 Pac-12) collected two pick-sixes to score 21 points in the third quarter and annihilated Washington State (3-2, 1-1) in a 55-17 blowout. The victory marked the most points that the Cardinal has scored in regulation since its 65-21 rout of Washington in 2011.