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.
Football: Comeback win over Oregon State sets up showdown with Oregon from Autzen, roses on the line
Overcoming four turnovers and a nine-point deficit with the third quarter winding down, No. 13 Stanford (8-2, 6-1 Pac-12) stormed back to upend No. 16 Oregon State (7-2, 5-2) 27-23 on an emotional Senior Day and kept is conference championship and Rose Bowl aspirations alive.
Football: Oregon State, Stanford battle over Rose Bowl hopes, chance to challenge Oregon for Pac-12 North
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Stanford’s football team has arrived at Murder’s Row. Oregon State, Oregon and UCLA, the last three opponents of the regular season, are a combined 15-3 in conference and 23-3 overall. That’s a tiny bit better than Stanford’s previous two opponents, Washington State and Colorado, who had one win combined, and that was only because they had to play each other.
Josh Nunes is Stanford’s starting quarterback. Period. End of story. At the team’s weekly press conference on Tuesday, Coach Shaw made a rare opening statement to reaffirm his full commitment to Nunes and announce that he would not be answering any more questions related to a potential quarterback change.
If you’ve been following NFL football for a long time, the last few years have probably been a real eye-opener when it comes to the dangers of helmet-to-helmet hits. If you’ve been following Stanford football for a long time, that eye-opener came 11 years ago.