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.
Coming off of a 58-34 victory against UCLA last Saturday, the Stanford Cardinal (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12) will look to capture another win against the Arizona State Sun Devils on Saturday (2-2, 1-0 Pac-12) at Stanford Stadium.
No. 14 Stanford football (1-0) easily handled the Rice Owls(0-1) on college football’s opening day Saturday, running away to a 62-7 rout in the Sydney Cup.
The Daily’s Vihan Lakshman and Jose Saldana preview the upcoming season by discussing the quarterback situation, potential breakout players, the Cardinal’s schedule, the replacements for Solomon Thomas and the defense.
The Stanford offensive line was disappointing last season. The talent was there but it didn’t work out as well as most hoped. Under Shaw, where the offensive line goes so does the offense. If the talent and experience already on the line can meet positive production, then the Cardinal might find themselves in their first College Football Playoff.
Three months after tearing his ACL, senior Keller Chryst has not only returned to the practice field but has finally taken command of the offense, participating in full team runs for the past couple weeks during practice and cementing his starting position within the offense.
Despite missing starting quarterback Keller Chryst and running back Bryce Love to rehabilitation, the annual spring football game featured a display of young talent for the Cardinal (offense) on the running game in their 37-30 victory over the White (defense) while senior QB Ryan Burns strengthened his case for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart with 10-15, including a 38-yard seam TD pass to sophomore Donald Stewart.