Stanford heads to Cal for rescheduled Big Game on Saturday

Photo credit: gostanford.com By: Ana Kieu The Bay Area air quality levels had improved, so the smoke and haze shouldn’t be issues in rescheduled 121st Big Game between the Stanford Cardinal and California Golden Bears inside Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Here’s what you need to know about the Big Game. By the Numbers StanfordContinue reading “Stanford heads to Cal for rescheduled Big Game on Saturday”

San Jose State had an awful season, but there’s always next year

Photo credit: sjsuspartans.com By: Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — You know what they always say: “There’s always next year.” That’s what Spartan nation said last year after head coach Brent Brennan’s lowly 2-11 (1-7 MW) record in 2017. But this year wasn’t much better. In fact, it was numerically worse than 2017, as weContinue reading “San Jose State had an awful season, but there’s always next year”

Cardinal air attack sparks come-from-behind win over UCLA 49-42

Photo credit: @StanfordFball By Daniel Dullum Sports Radio Service Saturday, November 24, 2018 One of the big keys to Stanford’s Pac-12 football win over UCLA Saturday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., was its proficiency in the big play. The Cardinal won 49-42, thanks to an attack that included nine pass plays of 15Continue reading “Cardinal air attack sparks come-from-behind win over UCLA 49-42”

New Math in Berkeley: A pair of pick-sixes equals win No. 7 for the Bears, 33-21

By Morris Phillips BERKELEY — Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium was another example of what the heck’s going on with Cal football–winners of four of their last five games, bowl eligible and eager to see the Stanford Cardinal a week from now. The quick take: the Cal offense won’t necessarily scare their opponents, but theContinue reading “New Math in Berkeley: A pair of pick-sixes equals win No. 7 for the Bears, 33-21”

Three takeaways from San Jose State’s 31-13 loss at Fresno State

Photo credit: @SJSUSpartanFB By: Ana Kieu  After a dismal 2-11 season in 2017, the football shenanigans at San Jose State actually worsened to a depressing 1-11 season in 2018. Needless to say, San Jose State finished this season with a 31-13 loss at Fresno State and failed to capture the Valley Trophy for the secondContinue reading “Three takeaways from San Jose State’s 31-13 loss at Fresno State”

San Jose State unable to seize the Valley Trophy after 31-13 loss to Fresno State

Photo credit: @InsideSpartans By: Ana Kieu  San Jose State’s season is a lost cause, but there was one thing on their minds on Saturday and that was to bring the Valley Trophy back to San Jose, Calif. with a win over Fresno State at the Bulldog Stadium in Fresno, Calif.  The Spartans were hyped forContinue reading “San Jose State unable to seize the Valley Trophy after 31-13 loss to Fresno State”

Three takeaways from Stanford’s 49-42 win over UCLA in the Southland

Photo credit: @StanfordFball By: Ana Kieu  The Stanford Cardinal made it 11 straight wins against the UCLA Bruins with a 49-42 victory at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles on Saturday.  Here are my three takeaways from Stanford at UCLA.  Cardinal offense steps up Cardinal wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside had himself a day with his eighthContinue reading “Three takeaways from Stanford’s 49-42 win over UCLA in the Southland”

Duel at High Noon on Saturday in San Jose: Nevada downs SJSU 21-12

By Charlie O. Mallonee SAN JOSE — In order to avoid the poor air quality in Northern California being caused by the tragic “Camp Fire,” the start time for the Nevada Wolf Pack versus San Jose State Spartans game was moved up to 12 noon on Saturday. The earlier start time worked as the airContinue reading “Duel at High Noon on Saturday in San Jose: Nevada downs SJSU 21-12”