Stanford has won their previous eight Big Games against Cal. With a win on Saturday, the Cardinal seniors have a chance to finish their collegiate careers undefeated against the Golden Bears.
Football returns to the Farm on Friday, and it could be the start of a special season. Stanford comes into Friday night’s matchup with San Diego State ranked 13th in the country, making them the second highest ranked team in the Pac-12 behind No. 6 Washington. Senior running back Bryce Love begins the year as the Heisman favorite according to Vegas. With 15 starters and the vast majority of last year’s offensive production returning, Cardinal fans hope this could finally be the year Stanford breaks into the College Football Playoff. But while there is plenty of experience coming back, there are also a myriad of questions surrounding head coach David Shaw’s team in 2018.
Former Stanford quarterback Keller Chryst announced today that he is transferring to the University of Tennessee. The current senior will be eligible next season after graduating from Stanford in June.
Sophomore quarterback KJ Costello will be held out of spring practice, which includes the Cardinal White Spring Game, according to a report by Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated.
Senior quarterback Keller Chryst announced his intention to transfer for his fifth year of eligibility on his Twitter account Sunday afternoon. He did not include which school he would transfer to in his announcement.
King Jemison: Stanford 27, Washington State 24 This will be a tough game for Stanford even if Bryce Love does play. If he can’t go, then the task is almost impossible for the Cardinal. We saw last week how the offense bogged down without the electric Heisman candidate to bail them out. Keller Chryst took…
A brutal stretch to close the season begins Saturday for No. 18 Stanford football (6-2, 5-1 Pac-12), as it takes on the No. 25 Washington State Cougars (7-2, 4-2) at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington. The Cardinal are looking to avenge the 2016 loss to the Cougars, which snapped their eight-game winning streak against Washington State.…
Head coach David Shaw announced Thursday that he will start sophomore quarterback K.J. Costello over senior Keller Chryst in Saturday’s matchup with no. 25 Washington State. The decision comes a week after a near upset at Oregon State in which Chryst threw 33 passes for 16 completions, 141 yards, an interception and the game-winning touchdown.