Stanford football threw a party in its season opener Saturday afternoon, and senior wide receiver Ty Montgomery was the host.
Although next weekend’s matchup with No. 15 USC looms over Stanford’s upcoming game against FCS opponent UC-Davis, Stanford football head coach David Shaw insisted that his team has plenty to play for and prove this Saturday against the Aggies. “Our guys are excited about playing a game. We still got a lot of guys that…
The Cardinal have played just three games against FCS opponents: against Cornell in 1991, UC-Davis in 2005 and Sacramento State in 2010. Three teams in Division I-A have never played a game against an FCS opponent: Notre Dame, USC and UCLA.
Stanford football released its depth chart on Monday morning for the Aug. 30 season opener against UC-Davis, with senior Kelsey Young and junior Blake Martinez slotted to start at running back and inside linebacker, respectively. Young missed part of training camp with an ankle injury but returned late last week, and beat out junior Barry J. Sanders for…
Henry Anderson, David Parry and Blake Lueders, the three fifth-year seniors expected to start up front for Stanford this season, will need to help bring along the backup defensive linemen the Cardinal sorely need after an injury-riddled 2013.
The Cardinal defense picked up right from where it left off in the spring game, dominating Saturday’s live scrimmage to a tune of four interceptions and two recovered fumbles.
With camp coming to a close on August 23, head coach David Shaw has seen a recurring trend in this week’s training: Stanford’s defense has been dominant in its scrimmages with Stanford’s first-team offense.
The pads were out on a warm Monday morning, as the Stanford football team finished its third full-contact practice of training camp. As the opener against UC-Davis approaches, head coach David Shaw is encouraged by what he sees on the defensive side of the ball.