The Secret Weapon: Stanford Cardinal Fullback Ryan Hewitt Is A Legitimate NFL Prospect

Old School. That’s what Ryan Hewitt is, he is old school. Hewitt was one of the prized gems in Jim Harbaugh’s program changing 2009 recruiting class. Although Hewitt did not put up great numbers in his career, he has made himself into a legitimate NFL prospect. Hewitt has been an integral part of the Stanford Cardinal‘s power run offense this season, which has made him a highly...
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Stanford's Ukropina making dreams come true at Rose Bowl

Conrad Ukropina has enjoyed the fanfare of the Rose Bowl game nearly every year of his entire existence. The Pasadena native grew up less than a mile away from the Rose Parade route and only a few minutes from the iconic venue. He always knew he would someday play inside the Rose Bowl, but he didn’t know it would be football. "I grew up a soccer player," he said at...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

David Shaw on NFL rumors: 'They aren't going to stop'

Stanford head coach David Shaw is a hot name for both college coaching jobs and NFL coaching jobs.
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

David Shaw staying at Stanford

According to ESPN,  head coach David Shaw doesn’t plan on leaving the university of Stanford at this time. There is a chance that Shaw could end up heading to the NFL some point down the road.   The post David Shaw staying at Stanford appeared first on NCAA Football Zone.
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Balanced Attack on Offense: Cardinal Will Overwhelm Spartans

On New Year’s Day 2014 College Football get set to kick off its 100th Rose Bowl as the Stanford Cardinal get set to take on the Michigan State Spartans. The Spartans are coming off an impressive victory against Ohio State 34-24, knocking off the then number two ranked Buckeyes, a big confidence boost for the Spartans, something they hope will spark another inspiring performance...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Hogan Blows Big Game in Southern California

In what was a must win game on the road for the Stanford Cardinal against Southern California, it was turnovers that killed not only the match-up versus the USC Trojans, but Stanford’s shot at a National Title. Kevin Hogan was unable to deliver for the Cardinal, as he was held to 13 completions on 24 attempts, with only 127 yards, 2 interceptions, and no touchdowns. What was needed...
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November 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Clemson official jabs Stanford to make point about losses

If you’re a college football fan, you’re probably familiar with the term “Clemsoning.” The word essentially means that a good team is committing an egregious choke job and is playing down to a significantly lesser opponent. Clemson fans hate that their team is the ultimate representative of choking, and are quick to point out that plenty of other teams lose games that they...
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November 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford football players wear nerd glasses in postgame press conference (Photo)

Several Stanford Cardinal football players attended Thursday night's postgame press conference wearing nerd glasses after their 26-20 win over the previously undefeated Oregon Ducks. Photo via Twitter / @DavidMLombardi. The photo above features fullback Shayne Skov, linebacker A.J. Tarpley and running back Tyler Gaffney sitting in front of the media with thick black...
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November 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford players wear taped glasses to embrace nerd identity

Stanford players are just nerds, there’s no way around it. But they are also pretty good at football too, and last night they knocked off the Oregon Ducks yet again, hanging on for a 26-20 win. After the win, the players weren’t done entertaining though — they decided to wear taped nerd glasses in their postgame interviews with the media, just to embrace the Stanford stereotype...
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November 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford fan savages Oregon with brilliant 'GameDay' sign

No. 2 Oregon and No. 5 Stanford may not kick off for a few more hours here, but fans are getting some trash talk in early. One Cardinal supporter came up with a pretty clever little GameDay sign ahead of tonight’s matchup. It’s a safe bet that it doesn’t get through security, however. I’m weak at this @CollegeGameDay sign via @georgewhitfield #FightOn
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November 07, 2013  |  Discuss

WATCH: Stanford WR makes impossible one-handed TD catch

Stanford wide receiver Kodi Whitfield breaks a 3-3 tie after hauling in what might be the catch of the year against the undefeated UCLA Bruins. Don’t sleep on the Ivory League of the West as Stanford also puts out top-notch athletes as well. Watch Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan connect with Whitfield on a one hand grab that went for a 30 yard touchdown! courtesy of No...
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October 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Lou Holtz blames Stanford’s loss to Utah on midterms

Stanford lost its first game of the season when it fell 27-21 at Utah on Saturday, leaving many of its fans crushed. The Cardinal were ranked as high as No. 2 by some people, and they were considered a national championship contender. They can pretty much throw away those hopes after the loss. Despite the […]
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October 13, 2013  |  Discuss

WATCH: Barry Sanders Jr. looks a lot like his old man

Barry Sanders, Jr is a sophomore at Stanford, and is starting to give a fans a glimpse of what they can expect for the next couple of seasons. If anyone remembers his dad, he was known for the amazing ability…Read more →
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September 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Pot shirt caps Stanford drummer's ensemble

The Stanford Band is notorious for doing it’s own thing and ignoring the tradition of most marching bands.  Today at the Rose Bowl, they stepped it up a notch.  They poked fun at Wisconsin by using cheese puns during their performance, drummed on kitchen sinks and wore shirts advocating for marijuana to be legalized.The Stanford band has a girl wearing a mustache who is literally...
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January 01, 2013  |  Discuss

David Shaw cuts short interview with Cox

As the Stanford Cardinals collected a 20-14 Rose Bowl victory over the Wisconsin Badgers, ESPN sideline reporter Heather Cox tried to track down Stanford head coach David Shaw after the win. Before she started the interview, Shaw told her that he needed to go to the trophy presentation being set up on the field. As Heather attempted to quickly finish the interview, Shaw was ushered...
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January 01, 2013  |  2 Comments

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