Current co-managing editor of sports Bobby Pragada joins the show to talk about the Cardinal prospects, who were invited to the NFL Combine, and their strengths/weaknesses and their projected draft selection. Daily writer Alexa Philippou comes on later for the segments Cardinal of the Week and Games that we are looking for.
The 2018 NFL Draft is finally upon us, and all eyes are on the hundreds of college prospects waiting patiently as the most important few days of their professional football careers approach. Questions of when and where a player will be drafted abound as mock drafts and big boards fly up all over the internet.…
Stanford juniors safety Justin Reid and cornerback Quenton Meeks are foregoing their senior year of eligibility and are declaring their intentions in entering the 2018 NFL Draft.
21st-ranked Stanford (9-3, 7-2 Pac-12) turned a close game into a dominant 38-20 home victory over ninth-ranked Notre Dame (9-3) with a wave of fourth quarter momentum, outscoring the Irish 21-0 in the final period of play. The Cardinal defense came up with three turnovers in the final quarter alone. Sophomore quarterback KJ Costello led the Stanford offense with four touchdown passes.
According to Stanford head coach David Shaw, playing in the Big Game for the first time can be a shock to the system for the Cardinal freshmen. “You have to try to warn them, but they won’t get it,” Shaw said at his Tuesday press conference. “You’re going to feel it before the game ever…
KZSU and The Stanford Daily join forces to produce the Stanford Football podcast. This week Roberto Arguello and Jack Landsberg preview Stanford versus USC on Saturday and discuss which weaknesses Stanford can exploit against the Trojans.
Stanford dominated the Rice Owls 62-7 in Sydney, Australia in the season opener. Here are a few of the eye-popping numbers from the game:
As a result, last year’s receiving corps never became productive enough to earn the trust of head coach David Shaw and the offensive playcalling. While junior Trenton Irwin emerged as a viable top candidate and led the offense in yards per game, Stanford’s passing attack ranked dead last in yards per game in the Pac-12 and often stalled when called upon come game time.