The Cardinal are coming off two bigs wins against UCLA and USC. The season hasn’t started the off well for Stanford but with the return of Dorian Pickens and the debut of Kezie Okpala, the team might be turning it around. King Jemison and Jose Saldana discuss the team’s recent performances, the freshmen renaissance and the upcoming game against Washington.
The Stanford men’s soccer team continues to shine. It remains undefeated in its last seven road PAC-12 matches dating back to last season, keeping the streak alive with a 1-0 win against UCLA on Sunday at Drake Stadium in Los Angeles. No. 11 Cardinal (8-2-0, Pac-12 2-0-0) have won their last seven matches against the Bruins (3-5-0, 0-2-0) over several seasons.
Stanford football (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12) was the final Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team to play at home when it hosted UCLA (2-2, 0-1 Pac-12) on Saturday in Stanford Stadium. It came just in time as the Cardinal came out of a rut offensively to defeat the Bruins 58-34 for their 10th straight win over UCLA on a beautiful day in Northern California.
Stanford football increased its winning streak over UCLA to ten games in emphatic fashion as the Cardinal downed the Bruins 58-34 on Saturday night. Here are a few of the notable statistics from the game:
The Stanford Cardinal (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12), behind an offense led for the majority of the game by sophomore quarterback K.J. Costello, captured a decisive 58-34 win against the UCLA Bruins (2-2, 0-1 Pac-12) Saturday night at Stanford Stadium. The win marks Stanford’s tenth straight victory against UCLA.
The Stanford Daily Sports Staff give their predictions on Stanford football’s game against UCLA on Saturday.
Stanford football finally comes home on Saturday, after starting the season with three straight road games, to play UCLA. The Daily’s Matthew Gutwald, Ariana Rollins and Jose Saldana discuss how the defense can be better against the Bruins, what Bryce Love can do to get in the Heisman conversation and what the offense needs to do to be successful on Saturday.
KZSU and The Stanford Daily join forces to produce the Stanford Football podcast. This week Roberto Arguello and Jack Landsberg preview Stanford’s first home game of the season against UCLA this Saturday and how the Cardinal can attack the Bruins porous defense.