1. Scout.com: 2014 Prospectus: Stanford Offense

    The 2013 season ended in disappointing fashion for Stanford. It's time to turn the page and take a preliminary look at 2014...

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  2. Stanford Cardinal's Rose Bowl Hopes Crushed by Michigan State's Brick Wall

    Ever wonder what a football team looks like after it rams into a brick wall? You should have been here Wednesday night after Stanford lost the Rose Bowl.....

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  3. Stanford's Distinct Training Regimen Redefines Strength

    Inside the Stanford weight room earlier this football season, there were weight vests and wooden sticks and core boards. There were kettle bells and roller pads and something called a Bod Pod, a white, egg-shaped contraption that measures body fat...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 4 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  4. Rose Bowl 2014: Conservative Cardinal Own Worst Enemy vs. Michigan State

    Stanford hasn ’t lost much in the three seasons David Shaw has been head coach. The Cardinal’s 24-20 loss against Michigan State in Wednesday’s Rose Bowl was ...

    Kyle  Kensing Written by Kyle Kensing about 4 months ago 5,267 reads 37 comments

  5. Ty Montgomery Injury: Updates on Stanford WR's Knee and Return

    Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery left the Cardinal's Rose Bowl matchup against Michigan State and is unlikely to return after sustaining what appears to be a left knee injury...

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  6. Rose Bowl 2014: Stanford Defensive Seniors in Historic Swan Song

    Wednesday’s Rose Bowl is the grand finale for a senior class of Stanford defenders who leave a legacy as one of the top groups in Pac -12 history...

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  7. Stanford Players Follow Skov's Lead

    Shayne Skov says it probably won't hit him until the day after the Rose Bowl, maybe a week after, that his Stanford career is over...

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  8. Shaw Downplays Cardinal's Experience Advantage Against Spartans

    On the field, Stanford and Michigan State are two remarkably similar teams in their philosophies and playing style. But when you look at the storylines of their separate journeys to the 100th Rose Bowl Game, a stark contrast becomes evident...

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  9. NFL May Have to Wait for Three Stanford Defensive Stars

    Despite interest from NFL teams, Stanford coach David Shaw will return next year. That's not necessarily the case with several of his players...

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  10. Scout.com: How to Beat Michigan State

    In many ways, Stanford and Michigan State are similar football teams. Performance this season, though, suggests that the Cardinal have a little more than the Spartans offensively, and that may end up being the difference in the 100th Rose Bowl...

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  11. Stanford, Michigan State Quarterbacks Have a Lot of Similarities

    The 100th Rose Bowl has been billed as a collision of evenly matched teams with comparable styles. Nowhere is that more true than at the most important position...

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  12. Rose Bowl 2014: Players to Watch in Stanford vs. Michigan State

    Don't expect many hijinks when the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans (12-1) and the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal (11-2) square off in the 100th edition of the Rose Bowl. Wednesday's West Coast matinee (5 p...

    Alex Espinoza Written by Alex Espinoza about 4 months ago 6,104 reads 7 comments

  13. Stanford Linebacker Trent Murphy Leads Nation in Sacks and Nastiness

    LOS ANGELES -- Whether outside linebacker Trent Murphy is Stanford's best player and top NFL prospect is subject to debate, but this much is beyond dispute: On a team that relishes ...

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  14. Rose Bowl 2014: Nation's No. 1 Defense Could Bring out the Best in Kevin Hogan

    Stanford’s offensive game plan is founded on a steady workload from running back Tyler Gaffney, but establishing the rush against the nation’s top-ranked run defense will prove especially challenging...

    Kyle  Kensing Written by Kyle Kensing about 4 months ago 1,155 reads 5 comments

  15. Shaw Has 'No Desire to Pursue Another Job'

    The NFL's Black Monday is upon us, and with it comes a spate of rumors involving college coaches. David Shaw is among the rumored names, though the Stanford coach reiterated on Monday he has “no desire” to leave Palo Alto...

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  16. RT Cam Fleming Considering Returning for 5th Year

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  17. Dallas Lloyd Moves to Safety

    Coach David Shaw won't come out and say it, but it appears that the “Dallas Lloyd package” won't see the light of day again. The backup Stanford quarterback has been moved to safety, Shaw said Friday after practice...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 4 months ago 51 reads 0 comments

  18. Stanford Center's Memory a Big Edge for Offense

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  19. Stanford's Kickoff Ace Ty Montgomery a Big-Play Threat

    As if Stanford's offense and defense weren't enough to get Michigan State's attention, the Cardinal also happen to feature the nation's most dangerous kickoff return man.....

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  20. Stanford's Pritchard Gets a Promotion

    STANFORD -- Tavita Pritchard found his calling in the fall of 2009 after Andrew Luck beat him out for the starting quarterback job at Stanford. .....

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  21. Report: Shaw Names New QB/WR Coach

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  22. 2014 NFL Draft: Full Breakdown of Shayne Skov's Game

    Shayne Skov has had a very difficult and painful college football career, but it's a testament to his toughness that he's bounced back in his redshirt senior season...

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  23. How Long Will David Shaw Be at Stanford?

    After the announcement of Texas head coach Mack Brown 's resignation this past week, many national media members began to speculate that Stanford head coach David Shaw could be his replacement...

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  24. Shaw a 'Bear' Bryant Finalist

    David Shaw is among five finalists for the Marathon Oil Corporation Paul “Bear” Bryant Award, as announced by the American Heart Association...

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  25. Stanford Football Receives Additional All-America Honors

    Senior left guard David Yankey became a unanimous All-America Wednesday when he was named to the Football Writers Association team.....

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