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Samuel Curry
Sam Curry '20 is a sophomore desk editor for The Daily. Most of the time, people can find him cheering for all of the teams they probably hate, like the New England Patriots and the New York Yankees. Sam is a proud native of Big Timber, Montana, where he enjoys the great outdoors with his family and friends.

Men’s basketball roundtable: What’s ailing slumping Cardinal?

After starting conference play with a 5-1 record, Stanford men’s basketball has lost five out of the last seven games to slip to sixth in the Pac-12. What have been the reasons for the Cardinal’s slump?

Remember the Alamo Bowl: TCU offense

In a league full of explosive offenses and some of the most prolific passers in the nation, the TCU Horned Frogs won games with their defense, and did not stand out offensively. They ranked fifth in the Big 12 in scoring offense and 8th in passing offense.

Football set to face TCU in Valero Alamo Bowl

The No.15 Stanford Cardinal (9-4, 7-2 Pac-12) were selected to play in the Valero Alamo Bowl Sunday morning, two days after falling 31-28 to USC in the Pac-12 Championship. The Cardinal will travel to San Antonio to play the No.13 TCU Horned Frogs (10-3, 7-2 Big 12) on December 28th, another conference runner-up who lost 41-17 to Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship Saturday.

Football roundtable: Can Cardinal win Pac-12 Championship?

No. 14 Stanford football has earned its way to its fourth trip to the Pac-12 Championship. This time in a rematch from Week 2 of the season and a rematch of the 2015 Pac-12 Championship, the Cardinal play No. 11 USC on Friday in Levi's Stadium. The Daily's Sam Curry, Jose Saldana and Ariana Rollins discuss the differences in this rematch, Costello's play and if the North will remain on the Pac-12 throne for one more year.

By the Numbers: Washington

The Cardinal pulled off a major upset at Stanford Stadium Saturday, knocking off the no. 9 Huskies 30-22. These are some notable stats from a wild Friday night:   406: Total yards of offense from the Cardinal, the highest total the Huskies have given up all season by 93 yards. The Huskies were ranked No.…

Costello to start against Washington State

Head coach David Shaw announced Thursday that he will start sophomore quarterback K.J. Costello over senior Keller Chryst in Saturday’s matchup with no. 25 Washington State. The decision comes a week after a near upset at Oregon State in which Chryst threw 33 passes for 16 completions, 141 yards, an interception and the game-winning touchdown.

Football narrowly escapes major upset at Oregon State

The Stanford Cardinal (6-2, 5-1 Pac-12) edged the Oregon State Beavers (1-7, 0-5 Pac-12) 15-14 in a Pac-12 contest at Reser Stadium in Corvallis Thursday night. The Cardinal were lifted to victory by a touchdown reception from junior wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside on a fade throw to the corner from senior quarterback Keller Chryst with…

Travis, Humphrey named to preseason watch lists

As the college basketball season approaches, two Stanford men’s basketball players were named to preseason watchlists by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Senior forward Reid Travis was honored with being named one of the 20 players on the watchlist for the Karl Malone award, given to the best power forward in college basketball, while senior forward Michael Humphrey was chosen for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar watch list, which honors the nation’s top center each year.

By the Numbers: Utah

Stanford was able to hold on for a 23-20 upset of Utah late Saturday night. Here are some important stats from the game and season so far: 5: Interceptions for junior safety Justin Reid this season, who’s tied for first in the nation. Both Reid and junior cornerback Quenton Meeks came down with a pass…

Behind enemy lines: Utah Utes

Stanford football heads to Salt Lake City to play No. 20 Utah. To preview the game The Daily’s Sam Curry spoke with Brittni Colindres of The Daily Utah Chronicle about Utah’s perspective on the game. The Stanford Daily (TSD): Sophomore quarterback Tyler Huntley went down with an injury two weeks ago against Arizona, but senior Troy Williams stepped…

Football roundtable: Can Love conquer Utah?

Junior running back Bryce Love broke the Stanford single-game rushing record with 301 rushing yards against Arizona State. The Cardinal will face their toughest defensive test when they travel to Salt Lake City to face off against Utah. The Daily’s Ariana Rollins, Jose Saldana and Sam Curry discuss whether Love and sophomore quarterback K.J. Costello will be successful against the Utes, the defense's ability to stop Utah's quarterback and what Stanford can do to survive the rest of its schedule.

By the numbers: Stanford vs. Arizona State

The Cardinal defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 34-24 Saturday at Stanford Stadium behind a monster game from junior running back Bryce Love. Here are a few significant stats from the game and the season so far. Note: Given the absurd numbers Love put up Saturday, as well as the entire season, the majority of these statistics will be related to Love, so if you’re tired of hearing about how ridiculously impressive Love has been through his first five games, you may want to stop reading here.

Instant recap: Love rocks, Cardinal roll 34-24 over Arizona State

The Stanford Cardinal (3-2, 2-1 Pac-12) defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils (2-3, 1-1 Pac-12) 34-24 at Stanford Stadium on Saturday afternoon behind a record-breaking performance from junior running back Bryce Love. The win marks the fourth straight home victory for the Cardinal and their first win over the Sun Devils since 2013.

By the numbers: Stanford vs. UCLA

Stanford football increased its winning streak over UCLA to ten games in emphatic fashion as the Cardinal downed the Bruins 58-34 on Saturday night. Here are a few of the notable statistics from the game:
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