A Stanford affiliate may have played a role in connecting Dianne Feinstein ’55, the senior Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, with a letter some say discusses potential sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh while he was in high school, multiple media outlets report.
Former John S. Knight Journalism Fellow Robert Hiaasen died in the Thursday shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland.
The season continues for No. 21 ranked Stanford wrestling (2-1, 1-0 Pac-12) as they play host to Maryland (2-1) on Saturday before competing in the Roadrunner Open in Bakersfield, California on Sunday.
Hours after receiving a No. 21 ranking in the preseason Coaches’ Poll and as Pac-12 teams gathered in Hollywood for Media Day, the Cardinal expressed optimism about their explosive offense, up-and-coming defense and the goals they aim to accomplish in 2015. Represented by head coach David Shaw, senior offensive tackle Kyle Murphy and senior linebacker…
Stanford football capped its 2014 season in style, blasting Maryland in the Foster Farms Bowl 45-21. The final score does not reflect the complete one-sidedness of the contest, as the Card led by 35 when they began to pull their starters from the game. Here is the breakdown of Stanford’s dominating performance:
In a season marred by inconsistency and questions, one thing has been a given: Stanford has dominated outmatched competition. Given how the Cardinal outmatch the Terrapins on both sides of the ball, more of the same wouldn’t be a surprise.
In a situation like this, there’s no real winning for Stanford — there’s only not losing. That is, if Stanford wants to continue to be considered among football’s elite moving forward.
Although the Terps did pick themselves up against Michigan and Rutgers to close out the season, don’t expect much out of them pitted against a Stanford defense that’s just as good as — if not better than — the elite defenses that absolutely shut Maryland down.