Another year, another draft and another class of Cardinal football players to say goodbye to. This time last year and the year before, we said goodbye to members of Stanford’s former recruiting class of 2008: a heralded group that included David DeCastro, Jonathan Martin, Chris Owusu, Chase Thomas and, of course, Andrew Luck. Now it’s…
A transcript containing over 1,000 text messages reportedly exchanged between former Miami Dolphins offensive linemen Jonathan Martin ’12 and Richie Incognito from October 2012 to November 2013 was published by The Big Lead on Monday, just a few days before the NFL plans to release its findings on the controversial bullying scandal surrounding the two ex-teammates.
Stanford left guard David Yankey became the eighth unanimous All-American in Stanford history after being selected to all five major All-America first teams. The 6-foot-5, 313-pound senior is the first Stanford player in over three decades to earn consensus All-American status or better for two consecutive years — wide receiver Ken Margerum ’81 won consensus All-American honors during the 1979 and 1980 seasons.
At this point, do we honestly expect anything other than a second-half comeback from the Colts? Andrew Luck ’12 led yet another Indianapolis Colts’ comeback victory on Thursday evening as the Colts rallied from an early 14-0 deficit to defeat the Titans 30-27 and improve to 7-3 on the season. “At the end of the…
Former Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck delivered his fifth fourth-quarter comeback and eighth game-winning drive of his young NFL career, capping an 18-for-23 performance that included 2 passing TDs and 178 yards passing to go along with the rushing score.
For Stanford football, it all starts with the offensive line. And for the offensive line, it all starts with power.
It was 6 a.m. the morning after the Orange Bowl victory. Andrew Luck, after staying up and celebrating the entire night, sat in the hot tub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel with about a dozen of his teammates. Right then and there, Luck told them that he was returning to Stanford for his senior season.
As the Cardinal lined up for third-and-1, a Trojan defensive lineman spoke up to senior center Chase Beeler. “If you guys run power one more time, I’m done,” he said. “I’m subbing myself out.”