The now unranked Stanford football team (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12) suffered a second consecutive crushing defeat, this time at the hands of unranked Utah (3-2, 1-2) in their home stadium. The home crowd sat stunned as the powerful Stanford rushing attack crumbled, the Stanford rushing defense disappeared, and the play of junior quarterback K.J. Costello fluctuated. Still sitting somewhat comfortably atop the Pac-12 north, Stanford is afforded their much needed bye this week, as they prepare for a difficult slew of conference games. Writers King Jemison, Daniel Martinez-Krams and Julio Ballista discuss the sorry state of the Stanford offensive line, the murky future of Bryce Love, and the best way to win the defensive front in the trenches.
The NFL season is once again in full swing, and the mania of the first two weeks has been thoroughly interesting, to say the least. Rivalries are sharpening, teams are looking to cement themselves among the league’s elite, and every single player on every roster is looking to show that they can contribute. Amongst the players suiting up every Sunday are 29 former Cardinal, now putting their skills on display in the NFL. Here’s what some of them have been up to the past two weeks!
The Stanford football team comes into its summer practices off of another winning season under coach David Shaw.
After months of preparation since college football officially concluded, the NFL draft finally took place this past weekend, and over 300 hopeful prospects were drafted and signed to professional football teams across the country. During this process, four Stanford Cardinal football players were selected by teams with late round draft picks, while two others were signed after the draft concluded as undrafted free agents (UDFA’s).
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.…
With the passing of Wednesday’s National Signing Day, Stanford’s 2018 recruiting class is finalized and 14 new Cardinal will join the team in the fall. The class included five four-star recruits and is ranked 39th in the nation according to 247 Sports. Head coach David Shaw addressed the media on Wednesday to discuss the latest group headed to the Farm.
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.