Zuttah Is Done

Several astute observers have been recently asking about the status of transfer freshman <b>Jeff Zuttah</b>. The offensive tackle appeared in Stanford's first two games but has not suited up for the last four. He has most recently at practices been in street clothes. The answer is not a happy one for Cardinal fans...
October 20, 2004

Buzz from the Bye Week

With a breather in the schedule, you may have taken last week as a respite from Stanford Football to get something accomplished in your life. But that time is over, and the first order of business this week is to review what transpired during the bye week. There was a mixture of internal focus and USC preparation, plus a few flashes of change in the depth chart...
September 20, 2004

A Closer Look at the Freshmen

The biggest question marks on the roster going into any season are the true freshmen. We have pretty strong opinions about their readiness based on high school film and scouting evaluations, but there are surprises every August. This year was no exception, with three members of this freshman class exceeding expectations. Read on for those names and a detailed discussion of redshirt/playing scenarios for the class.
September 4, 2004

Play Fast

Sunday was a welcome day off for your Stanford Cardinal after a hard scrimmage on Saturday, but play bounced back better in Monday's practices than you would expect. The answer can be found in a couple of themes the coaching staff has put into this camp. Also, read on to find out the latest injury updates and some key position switches.
August 24, 2004

Receivers Review

What better way to get a read on Stanford's wideouts than to have current receivers coach and former Cardinal All-American Ken Margerum tell us in his own words. Read on for his comments on the breadth of the receiver corps. Plus injury updates, depth chart shifts, answers to a couple burning questions for fans, and a freshman who has surprised on defense.
August 21, 2004

Depth Chart Shuffles Begin

<i>This</i> is August football as we used to know it. Double days were once synonymous with preseason college camps, but new NCAA regulations have limited their number and spacing. So not until the sixth day of this 2004 camp could the Cardinal practice in both the morning and afternoon. We were there at both workouts and saw some interesting depth chart shifts on both sides of the ball.
August 17, 2004

New Pads, New Faces, New Looks

As the clock struck 4 o'clock on Friday afternoon, you undoubtedly were starting to wrap up your work week at the office - with the stresses and deadlines in your rearview mirror. Over on The Farm, Cardinal Football was just kicking into high gear with the first practice of the fall with any pads. Two new faces joined the team, and the action on the field got a little more physical.
August 14, 2004

Preseason Camp Gets Underway

You've waited since April for this day to come, and Wednesday finally marked the beginning of the 2004 Stanford Football preseason camp. This first practice was helmets only, and the absence of pads precludes us from seeing most of what we need to see about the performance levels of these players. But we did take in several notes, and even a couple surprises...
August 12, 2004