Junior running back Bryce Love finished second in voting for the Heisman Memorial Trophy behind Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, with the final results coming out Saturday evening.
Bob Murphy, the legendary and passionate Stanford broadcaster, died Tuesday at the age of 86 in his Santa Cruz home. Murphy had suffered from Alzheimer’s.
Four years later, one thing is certain: After 46 starts, today’s Rose Bowl Game will mark the end of an era.
McCaffrey’s journey marks the sixth time a Stanford football player has been named a Heisman finalist.
Stanford sophomore running back Christian McCaffrey was named one of four finalists for the 2015 Heisman Trophy, awarded to the nation’s most outstanding player, in an announcement made Monday afternoon in recognition of his record-breaking contributions to No. 6 Stanford’s Pac-12 title run as the centerpiece of the Cardinal offense.
Everybody was expecting USC to win big on Saturday and snap the streak of closely-contested matchups between the Trojans and the Cardinal in California’s newest — and biggest — rivalry. Turns out they were right — only they got the team wrong. Instead of a convincing victory for the Trojans, it was a big win…
Five or 10 years from now, how will you remember Kevin Hogan?
Some call it “The Miracle at Maples”; others, simply “The Shot.” But when Nick Robinson ’04 M.A. ’05 sunk a 35-foot runner as time expired to give No. 2 Stanford an 80-77 win against No. 12 Arizona — sending Musburger and Vitale into hysterics, the Sixth Man Club onto the Maples Pavilion hardwood and the Cardinal to a 20-0 record — there were, in truth, no words to describe what had just happened. Ten years to the day after Robinson’s iconic shot, that has changed.