Stanford baseball has earned a national seed for the second year in a row after a historic 2018 season under first-year head coach David Esquer. The No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament and the 22-8 conference record speak for themselves, but some of the other numbers that emerged from Stanford’s season tell the story of just how particularly special Stanford’s 2018 regular season was.
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.
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:
The Cardinal were upset by the San Diego State Aztecs 20-17 last Saturday. Here are some notable statistics from the game and season:
The Trojans dominated both on offense and defense against the Cardinal on Saturday night at the LA Coliseum. Here are a few of the statistics that stood out from the game and from the young season:
Though the saying goes, “It never rains at Autzen Stadium,” Heisman hopeful Marcus Mariota and Oregon’s offense rained points upon Stanford’s vaunted defense on Saturday.
In the heart of the Arizona desert, the Stanford football team decided to reenact its own version of “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (with an emphasis on bad and ugly) in a 26-10 defeat at the hands of the Arizona State Sun Devils.