1. Stanford Football: 5 Reasons Why the Cardinal Are Here to Stay

    Stanford University is best known for its lofty academic stature, featuring among its alumni and faculty legions of internet moguls, Nobel laureates and Supreme Court justices...

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  2. 4 Hyped MLB Teams That Hit Rock Bottom

    Way back in April, we focused on four highly hyped and underperforming MLB teams: the Boston Red Sox , Philadelphia Phillies , Los Angeles Angels and Miami Marlins ...

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  3. How Stanford Beat USC Yet Again

    Back in June, we outlined how Stanford could defeat USC yet again. And last Saturday on The Farm, in what was billed as a stunning upset, the Cardinal executed as predicted last June...

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  4. Stanford Football: Star WR Walk-Ons, Past and Present

    Stanford football has had its share of superstar WRs over the years. Many of these wideouts were heavily recruited scholarship athletes, such as the Seahawks 2011 rookie sensation ...

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  5. Stanford Football: Gaffney's Gone, and Opportunity Knocks for Anthony Wilkerson

    Tyler Gaffney made it official earlier this week—the Cardinal RB and outfielder signed a professional baseball contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization...

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  6. Stanford Football: Tyler Gaffney Likely Gone, but Shayne Skov Returns

    June 29 was an eventful Friday afternoon on The Farm, as RB Tyler Gaffney tweeted that he is leaving Stanford to join the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, and ILB Shayne Skov was reinstated to the team by head coach David Shaw...

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  7. Stanford Football: Can the Cardinal Make It Four in a Row over Notre Dame?

    Last week, we gave an early preview of Stanford’s September showdown against USC, against whom the Cardinal are 4-1 since 2006. Another key 2012 matchup for Stanford will be at Notre Dame...

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  8. Stanford Football: How the Cardinal Can Beat USC Yet Again

    September 15 has been circled on Stanford’s calendar for a while now. We noted that date earlier in the spring and last week highlighted that date as a major challenge for the 2012 Cardinal...

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  9. Stanford Football: Power Ranking the Cardinal's Top 2012 Challenges

    Stanford football’s back to back BCS bowls, three straight Heisman finalists and recent 5-star recruiting hauls have returned the program to national prominence...

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  10. Stanford Football: Why Stepfan Taylor Is a True Heisman Dark Horse in 2012

    Stanford had one of the nation’s most prolific offenses in 2011, led by the likes of Andrew Luck, Coby Fleener and linemen David DeCastro and Jonathan Martin...

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  11. Stanford's 2012 WRs: Multiple Choices

    Andrew Luck and his classmates from Stanford’s senior class will sit down for their last set of final exams next week. In that test-taking spirit, let’s try a multiple choice quiz on the Cardinal’s WR corps for the 2012 season...

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  12. Stanford: Famous Football-Baseball Stars

    Over the past several weeks, we’ve showcased John Elway, John Lynch and other Stanford football stars who excelled in baseball as well...

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  13. Top 5 MLB Pitchers Under Six Feet Tall

    According to government data, the average American male stands 5’9” tall. The average MLB pitcher is considerably taller, at over 6’2“. Yet, as with many things, there are notable exceptions to the rule...

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  14. Stanford: Three More Football-Baseball Stars

    Earlier this spring, we showcased John Elway , John Lynch and other Stanford quarterbacks who starred in baseball as well...

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  15. Stanford RB Tyler Gaffney and DB Zach Hoffpauir's MLB Update

    Last month, we circled June 4 on your calendar . That’s when Stanford junior RB Tyler Gaffney will be selected in the MLB draft...

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  16. Stanford's Turnaround: Key Players Not Named Andrew Luck

    In 2006, Stanford won one game and lost 11. Five seasons later, the Cardinal are coming off back-to-back BCS bowls, with three straight Heisman Trophy runner-ups and four of the first 42 selections in last week's NFL draft...

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  17. Roy Halladay's Nightmare at Turner Field: What's Up Doc?

    As if the Philadelphia Phillies don't have enough issues, now their ace, Roy Halladay , is starting to show signs of actually being mortal like the rest of us...

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  18. 4 Hyped MLB Teams Racing to the Bottom

    With the MLB season ending its first month, already there are signs of serious trouble with some of the most hyped teams in baseball...

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  19. Stanford's Top 5 NFL Drafts

    The 2012 NFL draft at Radio City Music Hall was a symphony for Stanford. Andrew Luck was the fourth Cardinal QB to be the first overall pick, and he and G David DeCastro were the fourth pair of Stanford players selected in the first round...

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  20. Stanford Football: 5 Post-Spring Practice Dates to Remember

    Stanford's spring practices are in the books and the final grades are in. The Andrew Luck era has officially ended on The Farm...

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  21. 2012 NFL Draft: Ryan Tannehill by the Numbers -- Buyer Beware

    Ryan Tannehill has been hailed by many NFL draft pundits as a top QB prospect worthy of a high first-round pick. But did these experts watch how he played in A&M’s numerous come-from-ahead losses and other 2011 defeats? I did...

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  22. Andrew Luck's Ceremonial Pitch and Stanford Football-Baseball Stars

    Stanford's spring football practice is over and the grades are in. So now we turn to baseball. Andrew Luck (pictured) threw the ceremonial first pitch at a Stanford baseball game earlier this year...

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  23. Stanford Football: Final Grades for 2012 Spring Practice

    Let’s try a word association game. Stanford quarterback—Andrew Luck. Uh, not any more. Try again. Brett Nottingham? Maybe. Josh Nunes? Possibly...

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  24. Nneka Ogwumike: Top 10 Fast Facts About 2012 WNBA Draft's Top Prospect

    Stanford is one of women's college hoops' most storied programs, with national titles, Final Fours and All-Americans galore. The Farm has had many first-round WNBA picks, but has never produced the top pick in the WNBA draft...

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  25. Stanford Football April 7 Open Practice: Some Stars Sit, Others Shine

    When we last saw Andrew Luck , he was dazzling NFL scouts at Stanford’s pro day last month. The Farm’s offense is now in the capable hands of Brett Nottingham. Or Josh Nunes...

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