No. 7 Stanford football looks ahead to a Pac-12 showdown this weekend against the No. 10 Washington Huskies. To preview the game, The Daily’s Vihan Lakshman spoke with sports editor Alexis Mansanarez of The Daily of the University of Washington about UW’s experienced coach and which team will remain undefeated after Friday.
After an astounding finish at the Rose Bowl last week, KZSU play-by-play broadcaster Nicky Sullivan and Daily football analysts Vihan Lakshman and Do-Hyoung Park discuss Stanford’s comeback victory and preview the upcoming clash of titans against No. 10 Washington in Seattle.
In a nightmare game fraught with failed offensive execution, injuries to key contributors and abundant penalties, the Stanford Cardinal faced its scariest scenario of the evening with two minutes and five seconds remaining. Down 13-9 with no time outs and a starting quarterback making his first road start who had completed just one pass in…
Back in the studio for the start of the school year, KZSU play-by-play broadcaster Nicky Sullivan and Daily football analysts Vihan Lakshman and Do-Hyoung Park discuss Stanford’s victory over USC last weekend and preview the upcoming tussle with UCLA at the Rose Bowl.
When No. 7 Stanford (2-0, 1-0 Pac-12) faced UCLA (2-1, 0-0 Pac-12) last season, the Cardinal offense had already hit its stride. As the Cardinal prepare for their first road trip of the season in Pasadena, a hungry UCLA team that has dropped its last eight meetings with Stanford awaits.
As No. 7 Stanford prepares for its first roadtrip to take on perennial rival UCLA, The Daily’s Vihan Lakshman asked Daily Bruin sports editor Matt Cummings a few questions about UCLA’s performance so far this season and how it plans to limit the Cardinal offense.
It was one of the defining moments for Stanford offensive coordinator Mike Bloomgren in the 2015 Pac-12 Championship Game. Late in the fourth quarter, the USC defensive line, gassed and run over, began to beg for mercy. “That’s our goal,” Bloomgren said. “To see doubt in another man’s eyes.” That was the standard set before…
Following the conclusion of Friday’s practice, the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal announced that defensive lineman Harrison Phillips will not play in Saturday’s game against USC due to a knee injury.