It’s been eight months since No. 25 Stanford football’s last game, an ugly 14-13 Sun Bowl victory over Pitt. The long offseason was full of questions for the Cardinal: How would they replace Heisman runner-up Bryce Love ‘19, or All-Pac-12 receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside ‘19, or leading tackler Bobby Okereke ‘18?
Anticipation for the upcoming 2019 college football season continues to build as Pac-12 and national sports news media released their annual preseason watchlists and All-American teams last week.
The Daily’s beat football writer King Jemison shares three keys to a successful 2019 season for the Cardinal football team.
Last season, the Stanford football team ranked 114 out of 129 FBS teams in passing yards per game allowed. Improving on that number will be crucial to the success of this year’s team, and fair or not, the onus falls on the defensive backfield.
Coming off a mildly disappointing 9-4 season in 2018, No. 25 Stanford football prepares to face one of the nation’s toughest schedules.
In the midst of cooling curtailments on campus, No. 25 Stanford football continued its fall camp in preparation for the season opener against Northwestern on Aug. 31.
Two-time All-Pac-12 senior Jet Toner has emerged as one of the most accurate kickers in Stanford football history over his past two seasons of competition, setting numerous records. He spoke with The Daily about his thoughts on the upcoming season.
While I was doing more research for this column, I came across a clip of Luck walking off his home field shortly after the retirement news broke, booed by his own team’s fans who hadn’t even given him an opportunity to explain himself.