1. Stanford's Josh Huestis: A Name to Remember for 2012-13

    The Kentucky Wildcats are NCAA champs and their dominating shot-blocking center Anthony Davis was the tournament's Most Outstanding Player and Naismith Player of the Year...

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  2. 2012 Women's Final Four: Stanford Can Beat Baylor If Amber Orrange Excels

    As the 2012 NCAA Women’s Final Four approaches, with 35-1 and second ranked Stanford making an unprecedented fifth straight appearance, don’t overlook Coach Tara Vanderveer’s ...

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  3. Andrew Luck in a Baseball Uniform and Other Stanford Football Updates

    Stanford football resumes spring practice on April 2, after a three-week hiatus for winter-quarter exams and spring break. Coach David Shaw's Cardinal will practice for two more weeks before the annual spring game on April 14...

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  4. Stanford Exterminates Gophers to Win 2012 NIT, Can't Wait Till Next Year

    For the next couple nights at least, Stanford (26-11) sits atop the men’s college basketball world, after exterminating the Minnesota Golden Gophers 75-51 to win the NIT championship at the Madison Square Garden Thursday night...

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  5. 2012 NIT: Why Johnny Dawkins' Stanford Cardinal Will Win

    Believe it or not, Stanford, which finished a lowly seventh in the much-maligned Pac-12 conference, is one of only eight college basketball teams still standing in the NIT. The 24-11 Cardinal take on UMass at MSG on Tuesday in the NIT semifinals...

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  6. John Elway and Stanford's Football-Baseball Stars

    Spring is in the air, and that means college baseball—especially at Stanford, where the second-ranked Cardinal is aiming for its seventh CWS appearance in the past 15 years...

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  7. Andrew Luck's Pro Day at Stanford: 5 Things We Learned

    Andrew Luck did not disappoint at Stanford’s Pro Day on March 22. On a cool and cloudy morning with gusty winds swaying the eucalyptus trees near Elliott Field, Luck and ...

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  8. CrossFit Games Open WOD 4: Wall Balls, Double-Unders and Muscle-Ups

    The 2012 Reebok CrossFit Open competition is now almost complete, as WOD 12.4 was posted on March 14 and completed on March 18...

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  9. Stanford Football: Freshmen Impress at March 10 Open Practice

    Stanford football held its second open spring practice on March 10. Among those in attendance were All-Americans QB Andrew Luck and OT David DeCastro, soon to be playing on Sundays ...

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  10. Stanford Football: 5 Players to Watch on Defense This Spring

    Last week, we highlighted five Stanford players to watch on offense and special teams during spring practice...

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  11. Stanford Football: March 3 Open Practice Report

    Stanford football held its first public practice on March 3. Coach David Shaw’s Cardinal ran through drills and some full contact scrimmaging on a sunny morning warm even by ...

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  12. Stanford Football: 5 Players Under Spring Practice Spotlight

    There are five players who will be under close observation during Stanford football's second spring practice under head coach David Shaw, which started on Feb. 27...

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  13. Stanford Women's Basketball: Will 2012 Be the Charm?

    It is late February, and that can mean only one thing in women's college basketball: Stanford is once again running away with the Pac-12 conference...

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  14. CrossFit 2012 Open Begins for over 55,000 Entrants

    After an impressive January , CrossFit has begun its annual Reebok CrossFit Games Open competition. The Open is the first of three stages of CrossFit competition. The top qualifiers will advance to the CrossFit Regionals, to be held in the U...

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  15. 2012 NFL Draft: Stanford WR Chris Owusu Should Just Say No to the NFL

    Stanford football is gearing up for spring practice , which begins next week. Meanwhile, senior WR Chris Owusu is gearing up for the NFL...

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  16. Stanford Football: 5 Spring Practice Keys for the Andrew Luck-Less Cardinal

    We interrupt the worldwide outbreak of Linsanity with this important update on Stanford football. The Cardinal begins its 2012 spring practice on February 27...

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  17. Grading Stanford's Class of 2016 by Position

    Stanford football on Feb. 1 completed its highest ranked recruiting class ever, with a blockbuster trio of 5-star NSD commitments...

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  18. Five Fast Facts About Jeremy Lin

    Jeremy Lin may well be the most talked about athlete on the planet right now. Hanging 38 on Kobe and the Lakers at MSG, on ESPN, will do that for you. The debate rages on about whether J Lin, former D-Leaguer and Warriors benchwarmer, is for real...

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  19. CrossFit's Big Start to 2012: Reebok, ESPN and the OC Throwdown

    CrossFit had a blockbuster January, with corporate partner Reebok launching nationally televised ads, ESPN embracing CrossFit in Bristol and on the air, and the exciting OC Throwdown competition occurring in Costa Mesa, California...

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  20. Stanford Cardinal LB Shayne Skov Arrested for DUI

    Last week, the Stanford football program celebrated its greatest national signing day ever , as three 5-star recruits chose the Cardinal on Feb. 1...

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  21. Stanford's Best NSD Ever: 5-Star Recruits Peat, Murphy, Shittu

    Stanford football, fresh off back-to-back BCS bowls and three straight Heisman runner-ups, made another major statement on National Signing Day...

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  22. January Grades for Washington, Pac-12 North

    It’s been an eventful January so far for Washington and its rivals in the Pac -12 North Division, over and above the usual drama as we count down to the Feb. 1 date for high school players to sign national letters of intent...

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  23. Stanford Football Recruiting: Cardinal Lands 5-Star O-Lineman Joshua Garnett

    It's been a lively January in the Pac-12 North , particularly at Stanford. Earlier this month, Barry J. Sanders announced his commitment to play CFB at Stanford...

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  24. Alex Smith: 1-Game Wonder or Super Bowl QB?

    It’s been almost a week since Alex Smith and the San Francisco 49ers saw their season end in rain-swept Candlestick Park with a 20-17 overtime loss to the New York Giants ...

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  25. January Grades for Oregon and the Pac-12 North

    It’s been an eventful January so far for Oregon and its rivals in the Pac -12 North division, over and above the usual drama as we count down to the February 1 date for high school players to sign national letters of intent...

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