Stanford beats Oregon 26-20

by Jerry Feitelberg Stanford beats Oregon 26-20 The Stanford Cardinal dominated play for most of the game. The defense held Oregon in check while the offense controlled the ball for most of the game. Oregon looked like a defeated time but came to life in the fourth quarter. The Ducks scored three touchdowns in theContinue reading “Stanford beats Oregon 26-20”

Stanford vs Oregon preview

by Jerry Feitelberg Stanford vs Oregon State Well fans, the biggest game of the year in the Pac-12 is upon us. The Stanford Cardinal football team has a record of 7-1 and will be facing the high-powered offense of the Oregon Ducks who are undefeated with a record of 8-0. The Ducks are ranked secondContinue reading “Stanford vs Oregon preview”

Stanford vs Oregon Preview: Game Of The Year

by Jerry Feitelberg Well fans, this is the game of the year in not only the Pac-12 north division but the entire Pac-12 and , perhaps, the nation. Stanford will be playing the the high-flying Oregon Ducks on Thursday November 7th at Stanford Stadium at 6pm The Ducks are ranked #2 nationally with a 8-0Continue reading “Stanford vs Oregon Preview: Game Of The Year”

No. 8-ranked Cardinal hold off Oregon State

By Daniel Dullum No. 8-ranked Stanford traveled to Corvallis, Ore., to face Oregon State, holding off a late Beavers scare to emerge with a 20-12 Pac-12 football victory. Tyler Gaffney carried the ball 22 times for 145 yards and all three Cardinal touchdowns on runs of 4, 9 and 32 yards. Stanford improved to 7-1Continue reading “No. 8-ranked Cardinal hold off Oregon State”

Michelle Richardson on the NCAA

[category Stanford Cardinal] by Michelle Richardson  Stanford 24 UCLA 10: Stanford they want to be the best that the Pac 12 has to offer and right now it looks like with the exception of Oregon they maybe that team. It’s going to be a tough battle in the Pac 12 and the best talent isContinue reading “Michelle Richardson on the NCAA”

No. 13 Stanford Bounces Back from Loss at Utah, Knocks Off No.9 UCLA

By Matthew Harrington STANFORD, CALIFORNIA – They are forward thinkers down on The Farm. Mere minutes after the no. 13 ranked Stanford Cardinal (6-1, 4-1 PAC-12) upended visiting PAC-12 rival no. 9 UCLA’s bid at an undefeated season with a 24-10 victory Saturday afternoon at Stanford Stadium, coach David Shaw and company already were thinkingContinue reading “No. 13 Stanford Bounces Back from Loss at Utah, Knocks Off No.9 UCLA”

Preview of Stanford vs UCLA

by Jerry Feitelberg Preview of UCLA vs. Stanford The Stanford Cardinal (5-0,3-1Pac12) ranked 13th nationally after losing to the University of Utah last Saturday will be meeting the 9th ranked UCLA Bruins(5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) at Stanford Stadium at 12:30pm. The Cardinal, still smarting from their loss to the unranked University of Utah Utes will beContinue reading “Preview of Stanford vs UCLA”

Michelle Richardson on the NCAA

by Michelle Richardson Texas 36 Oklahoma 20: These kids from Texas are literally playing for Texas head coach Mack Brown’s job and I still don’t see him being there after this year but right now that’s what their playing for, these kids are playing for Brown. There’s grumblings within the university of Longhorn nation thatContinue reading “Michelle Richardson on the NCAA”

Stanford vs. Utah Preview

by Jerry Feitelberg The Stanford Cardinal (5-0, 3-0 Pac-12) meets the University of Utah Utes (3-2, 0-2 Pac-12) on Saturday October 12th at 3pm PT at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Saturday’s game marks the first time that Stanford will play Utah as a Pac-12 opponent. This will be the sixth meeting of the teams in a seriesContinue reading “Stanford vs. Utah Preview”

Michelle Richardson on the NCAA

by Michelle Richardson Stanford 31 vs. Washington 28: Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian says that the Stanford Cardinal Saturday stalled time with questionable injuries last Saturday in the Cardinal three point win. Sarkisian needs to be quiet because I’m sure he’s done that play before too. It’s a commonly used tactic in the pros andContinue reading “Michelle Richardson on the NCAA”