1. Stanford Safety Hoffpauir Plays 'With a Chip on My Shoulder'

    As a four-sport athlete at Centennial High in Peoria, Ariz., Zach Hoffpauir made a verbal commitment to play football and baseball — at Cal.....

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  2. Practice Notes: McCaffrey Looking to Improve in Upped Role

    Halfway through the regular season, Stanford's most efficient offensive player hasn't been star receiver Ty Montgomery, fellow senior wideout Devon Cajuste or everyone's favorite NFL progeny, junior running back Barry J...

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  3. The Stanford Cardinal offense and its promising improvement

    It'd be easy to take a passing glance at the box score from Stanford's 34-17 victory last Friday and discount the offensive improvement on it with a simple dismissal: "They were playing Washington State's defense...

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  4. Stanford Rolls Past Washington State

    Stanford turned to an old friend Friday night to offset more red-zone woes and defeat Washington State 34-17.....

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  5. Midseason Analysis: Stanford

    Stanford's offensive ineptitude at Notre Dame, the least efficient performance of the Jim Harbaugh-David Shaw era (3.0 yards per play, 1...

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  6. Week 7 Pac-12 QB Power Rankings

    The Pac-12 is loaded with talent at quarterback this season to the point where it seems like the conference is a hoarder and really good QBs are in abundance. But, this is the way we like it...

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  7. Stanford Tight End Greg Taboada Emerges as Red Zone Threat

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  8. Stanford Cardinal vs. Arizona State Sun Devils: Betting Odds and Prediction

    Stanford owns the rivalry with Arizona State as of late, winning the last four meetings — including last year's Pac -12 Championship Game —and going 3-0-1 against the spread in the process...

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  9. WSU Freshman Charles White Injured in Collision During Stanford Game

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  10. Stanford Rebounds by Slowing Halliday, WSU

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  11. Stanford Must Make More Use of Ty Montgomery

    The bottom line for Stanford's sagging offense, according to coach David Shaw, "is that we need to do our jobs better.''.....

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  12. Barry Sanders Would Be 'Giddy' If Son Played for Detroit Lions

    Barry Sanders has a son of the same name in college and if he got the chance, he'd love to see Barry J. Sanders line up for the Detroit Lions one day.....

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  13. Stanford's Goal Remains Within Reach

    For the second time in three years, Stanford is trying to wipe away a wet and windy October loss at Notre Dame and turn around its spiraling season.....

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  14. 'Tailback by Committee' Is Holding Stanford Back

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  15. Stanford QB Kevin Hogan Nursing Leg Injury

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  16. Cal-UCLA, Stanford-Arizona State Kickoff Times Set

    Cal's home football game against UCLA on Oct. 18 has been for a 12:30 p.m. kickoff and will air on ABC/ESPN2, the Pac-12 office announced.....

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  17. Planning for Success: Stanford Cardinal

    While legendary coach Don James and Warren Moon led Washington to the 1978 Rose Bowl championship, a back-up quarterback named Duane Akina began absorbing the bits and pieces of wisdom that would forge his coaching career...

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  18. Richard Sherman Feels at Home with David Shaw, Stanford

    In a red Stanford polo, with his trademark dreadlocks falling from a Stanford beanie, Richard Sherman stood on his alma mater's sideline at Husky Stadium as the target of screaming Washington fans...

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  19. Jordan Richards Is Cardinal Defense's Quiet Leader

    In the moments before games, the guy who gathers his Stanford teammates around him and leads their chants, cheers and generally raucous enthusiasm is, by his own description, “a quiet kind of guy...

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  20. Playing Notre Dame in South Bend Brings Back Bad Memories for Stanford

    Stanford returns Saturday to scene of one of the most controversial losses in school history, the 2012 overtime defeat at Notre Dame in which tailback Stepfan Taylor's apparent game-tying touchdown in overtime was disallowed...

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  21. Folau Decommits from Stanford

    Christian Folau out of Salf Lake City (Utah) East has decommited from Stanford. Folau' high school coach informed 247Sports' Evan Flood of the news on Wesnesday afternoon.....

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  22. Report: 4-Star ILB Folau Decommits from Cardinal

    2015 East middle linebacker Christian Folau has decommitted from Stanford. Story to come. #Wisconsin #OKState #Washington #Utah .....

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  23. Stanford's Shaw Shoots Down Interest in Raiders Job

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  24. Is the Revolving Door at Tailback Hurting the Cardinal?

    The way Stanford head coach David Shaw sees it, his tailback rotation — a tailback-by-committee, if you will — keeps his backs fresh, keeps everybody engaged and will eventually result in the best man getting the most carries...

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  25. Planning for Success: Stanford

    This past Saturday, the Washington Huskies managed only a measly 2.7 yards per play, but Stanford's offense and kicking game both bumbled their way to performances so shaky that the Cardinal were flirting with defeat until the final gun...

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