Wide receiver Doug Baldwin ’11 headlined a remarkably Stanford-centric weekend of the NFL Playoffs last Sunday.
Andrew Luck ’12 outplayed predecessor Peyton Manning Sunday afternoon to earn his first appearance in an AFC championship game. Luck passed for 265 yards and 2 touchdowns to win 24-13 and hand the Broncos their first home loss of the season. After the Colts’ first two series ended with punts, Luck led Indianapolis on two…
After three seasons starting at cornerback for the Cardinal, junior Alex Carter has announced his decision to forgo his final year of collegiate eligibility and will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft.
Linebacker Chase Thomas ’13 made an impressive NFL debut with the 49ers on Sunday. The former Stanford captain largely played on San Francisco’s special teams.
Hey there buddy, it’s been a rough week hasn’t it? The height of midterms, the respiratory illness being passed around by rundown pre-meds, the increasingly irritable weather and rasssin’ frasssin’ all my sport teams lost. Sorry, did I slip from third to first there? Didn’t notice. As much as 2014’s rendition of Stanford football is…
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck ’12 continued to show that he belongs among the best with another standout performance on Sunday. The former Heisman-candidate passed for 344 yards and two touchdowns as the Colts trounced the one-loss Cincinnati Bengals 27-0.
He may not garner as much attention as the other Stanford graduate on the Seattle roster, but Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin ’11 has established his presence on the field for the defending Super Bowl champions.
Five years ago, Stanford football ended a seven-year bowl drought and began a stretch of dominance that has raised expectations around the program to new heights. At the center of that team was Toby Gerhart ‘10, in his senior season, and Andrew Luck ‘12, the redshirt freshman who was then just the new kid on the block.