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Back in the studio for the start of the school year, KZSU play-by-play broadcaster Nicky Sullivan and Daily football analysts Vihan Lakshman and Do-Hyoung Park discuss Stanford’s victory over USC last weekend and preview the upcoming tussle with UCLA at the Rose Bowl.
When No. 7 Stanford (2-0, 1-0 Pac-12) faced UCLA (2-1, 0-0 Pac-12) last season, the Cardinal offense had already hit its stride. As the Cardinal prepare for their first road trip of the season in Pasadena, a hungry UCLA team that has dropped its last eight meetings with Stanford awaits.
In preparation for Stanford’s Thursday night matchup against the UCLA Bruins, The Stanford Daily’s Do-Hyoung Park (@dohyoungpark) had a chance to ask a few questions of Matthew Joye (@mattjoye), the lead football writer at The Daily Bruin, in order to get an insider’s perspective on UCLA football and the state of the program as it…
[Postscript added at 10:30 PM, October 15, 2015, with ~12 minutes left in the 4th quarter.] Can Jim Mora beat Stanford? This is, apparently, a question that gets asked a lot. Jim Mora is UCLA’s most successful coach in decades, but he is 0-4 against Stanford, and Vegas expects UCLA to lose today by a…
Stanford football kicks off its 2015 campaign against Northwestern in less than two weeks. To conclude The Daily’s preview series, writers Michael Peterson, Vihan Lakshman and Do-Hyoung Park analyzed the Pac-12 and the Cardinal’s schedule.
Stanford saved its best for last in 2014, crushing the No. 8 UCLA Bruins 31-10 with its best performance of the season.
On a wet night at Stanford Stadium, Stanford quarterback Hogan did just enough on offense and Shaw put his faith in Jordan Williamson, who delivered a game-winning 36-yard field goal with five minutes left in the fourth quarter to break a 24-24 tie with UCLA and send Stanford to the Rose Bowl as Pac-12 champions, something Harbaugh or Luck couldn’t do.