As is tradition, people are sure to question whether they can maintain the standard set by their predecessors — many will likely doubt them with the departures of Garnett and Murphy. As is tradition, they’re set to prove everyone wrong.
There are many great people involved with Stanford Athletics, and The Daily Sports Staff interacts with a large percentage of them. In honor of the top-10 issue, the following is a list of The Daily Sports Staff’s top 10 favorite people to interview.
70 to 80 Cardinal football players are employed every summer, working in fields from real estate and finance to medicine and biotech. In the six weeks between the end of spring quarter and the start of fall training camp, the players witness everything from boardroom deals to open-heart surgeries.
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.”
The Daily is proud to announce its upcoming book, “Rags to Roses: The Rise of Stanford Football,” by Joseph Beyda, George Chen and Sam Fisher.
Defenses get worn down by the Cardinal offensive line to the point where even when they know what is coming-and usually it is “power”-there is nothing that can be done to stop it.