It was the first of its kind, and it was a wild success. An Alumni Game on Saturday was held at Stanford Stadium between former Cardinal players and the current coaching staff (plus a few "ringers"). These 26 action photos from Mark Godi capture Troy Walters, Brian Allen, Mike Mitchell, Todd Husak, Chad Hutchinson, Bob Whitfield and more against Jim Harbaugh, David Shaw, Willie Taggart & Co.
April 24, 2007
For the first day in full pads of Stanford's spring practices, photographer Mark Godi was on the sideline to capture the action. Enjoy his 27 photos of the throws, catches, runs, kicks and more - including the two-minute drill touchdown reception that closed practice. Also John Elway addressing the team to start the day, as well as Bob Whitfield in attendance.
April 8, 2007
The best we can usually offer you after watching the admittedly dull first day of spring practices is a series of depth chart observations. Wednesday's start to 2007 Stanford Spring Ball and the Jim Harbaugh Era offered much more. We have notes on the unimaginable energy on the field, Stanford's top three quarterbacks, two famous guest speakers and the return of a sixth-year senior to the team.
April 5, 2007
For a team that made the playoffs and nearly won its wild card game, there is still much work to be done. The team will be faced with some major offseason issues. First and foremost is Eli Manning. They simply have to find a way to get him to play better.
January 21, 2007
Sure the Giants, with an 8-8 record and another playoff loss, clearly did more than enough to warrant an extension for coach Tom Coughlin. Yeah, sure they did. However, everyone knows that Coughlin's roster, which was often decimated by injuries, was one of the main reasons that Big Blue struggled mightily this season.
January 12, 2007
You will hear the rhetoric that accompanies average teams making the playoffs. The Giants will talk about being one of six teams in the race to the Super Bowl. They will say it's anybody's postseason and, sadly, some of their fans will buy into it.
January 4, 2007