Before Stanford thrashed Washington State last night, I was up and ready to write an article about the “malaise” of the Stanford men’s basketball program. I was more than ready, in fact.
“Screens.” To a football announcer calling Stanford, no word is more ubiquitous, and to a Stanford fan, no word is more irritating. Stanford has seen… Continue Reading »
On the heels of a frustrating 17-13 defeat to Washington last Thursday, No. 18 Stanford (3-1, 1-1 Pac-12) will try to bounce back from its first loss when it clashes with Arizona (3-2, 0-2) in tomorrow’s homecoming game.
Fisher: Getting production from Nunes, limiting Arizona’s no-huddle will be keys to defeating Wildcats
The unblemished record is gone after a tough loss at Washington, but now Stanford returns home to the friendly confines of Stanford Stadium. The question last week was how the Cardinal would respond to its first road challenge, and the answer was anything but satisfactorily.
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.
Washington State hiring Mike Leach and Arizona hiring Rich Rodriguez is about to make the Pac-12 a whole lot more fun.