“Did he catch that… pinned against a defender’s back? That is utterly incredible!”
After picking up two resounding wins on the road, the No. 18 Stanford Cardinal (3-1, 2-0 Pac-12) finally return to The Farm this weekend. To complement a red-hot offense that has scored 83 points over its last two games, Stanford Stadium should be rocking Saturday night, as it is the first home game of the…
While Stanford continues to work in training camp to replace key contributors on both sides of the ball, the Cardinal appear to have no shortage of depth in the leadership department, naming six team captains on Tuesday — two more than there were last season and three more than in 2013. As determined in a…
Six Cardinal football players were picked in the 2014 NFL Draft on Friday and Saturday to tie a program record and lead the Pac-12, while at least five more have already signed as unrestricted free agents. But even with those impressive numbers, several Stanford players were selected later than expected, most notably inside linebacker Shayne Skov, who wasn’t drafted at all.
Follow The Daily’s liveblog of the 2014 NFL Draft from Thursday through Saturday, and check out our draft profiles learn about all of the Cardinal players who soon could be making their mark at the next level.
What’s the biggest surprise awaiting a Stanford player in this year’s NFL Draft?
Wilkerson added valued depth to the Cardinal backfield in all four of its BCS runs.
At this past Saturday’s Cardinal & White Spring Game, the defense looked much more prepared than the offense despite large turnover at the positions, coaching changes and missing contributors on the defense and significant experience at the skill positions on the offense. With that in mind, we asked football writers Michael Peterson, Vihan Lakshman and David Cohn: What position grouping’s continued development will be the most critical in order for the Cardinal to be successful this season?