With Stanford football set to open its season exactly one month from today, Daily football writers Michael Peterson, Do-Hyoung Park and Vihan Lakshman offered their opinions on several questions regarding the 2015 Stanford offense in the first part of their roundtable preview series for the upcoming campaign.
With the football Spring Game coming up this Saturday, Stanford fans will get the chance to see the 2015-16 edition of the Cardinal (minus some incoming freshmen and other guys missing spring practices) for the first time. We asked football writers Do-Hyoung Park, Vihan Lakshman and Shawn Tuteja: Which player, old or new, is going…
The fifth-year senior got off to an especially quick start, completing 11 of his first 12 passes on his first three drives, all of which ended in touchdowns.
Senior wide receiver Devon Cajuste announced on Wednesday that he would return to Stanford for a fifth season.
Not even the chilly Santa Clara wind could cool down Stanford’s sizzling play on Tuesday as the Cardinal (8-5, 5-4 Pac-12) lived up to their billing as the largest favorites of the postseason in a 45-21 Foster Farms Bowl demolition of outmatched Maryland (7-6, 4-4 Big Ten).
In a season marred by inconsistency and questions, one thing has been a given: Stanford has dominated outmatched competition. Given how the Cardinal outmatch the Terrapins on both sides of the ball, more of the same wouldn’t be a surprise.
Foster Farms Bowl: Stanford (7-5, 5-4 Pac-12) vs. Maryland (7-5, 4-4 Big Ten)
Now, with this year’s Stanford offense, pretty much nothing has been a sure thing. But the long ball has always been Kevin Hogan’s strong suit, and both Remound Wright and the offensive line resurrected the running game towards the end of the season. With that in mind, the Maryland defense may not be exactly what the doctor ordered, but it certainly seems like the next best thing.