In 2012, much of the spotlight on the Cardinal’s secondary was focused on the electric Ed Reynolds. But while Reynolds was raising eyebrows with his knack for terrorizing opposing quarterbacks, safety Jordan Richards was quietly having one of the most productive seasons for a Cardinal defensive back in recent memory.
While Cardinal fans will have to wait an extra week to see their team kick off its highly anticipated 2013 campaign, head coach David Shaw provided a clear picture of who will take the field first when Stanford hosts San Jose State on Sept. 7.
Cornerback Terrence Brown, quietly one of Stanford’s most improved defenders this season, announced Tuesday he would forgo a fifth year on the Farm and enter… Continue Reading »
A year ago, promising experience gave way to a disappointing 2011 for Stanford’s defensive backs. Things couldn’t be more different this preseason.
The No. 21 Stanford football team released its depth chart to open the season on Saturday night with few surprises, other than the confirmation that several freshmen will see playing time on the offensive line.