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Furious comeback averts first-round tournament disaster

For 45 minutes, it looked like the Stanford women’s soccer team might meekly take a bow out of the NCAA tournament in just its first game when the No. 1 seed Cardinal took on Cal State Fullerton on Friday night at Cagan Stadium. Instead, it did something that it had not needed to do all season: It confronted the real possibility of catastrophe straight in the face and didn’t flinch.

Radoff: Why we should root for Oregon football

Everyone needs to start rooting for Oregon football. Too soon? Just hear me out. The Stanford-Oregon game has become one of the most anticipated matchups in college football. Despite Stanford being unranked heading into Eugene, the game was still the second-most watched game in the Pac-12 that week, losing out to the Arizona/UCLA matchup. It…

Oregon schools visit Cagan in final homestand of season

This weekend, the No. 4 Stanford women’s soccer team (14-1-2, 6-1-1 Pac-12) will be coming home after its three-day road trip in Arizona, in which it claimed victory in both games in two very different ways, both equally impressive. This time, Stanford will play host to Oregon (6-8-2, 2-5-1) and Oregon State (0-13-3, 0-7-0) in its final homestand of the season as the regular season draws to a close.