After a tumultuous senior season, Chris Lewis knows what it is like to face adversity. In fact, it is these hard times that the former Stanford signal caller feels will assist his transition to Pro football. Lewis will have his first chance to prove he belongs today, March 10th, at his Cardinal Pro Day.
March 10, 2004
There are not enough superlatives, nor enough expletives, to describe the wreckage of Saturday's 57-7 season finale loss to Notre Dame. The defense was ripped to shreds by the running of Julius Jones while the offense floundered through four quarters. It was a sad day intended to send off the seniors in style, but instead it will go down as an infamous milestone in a rocky year...
November 30, 2003
It's now official - Saturday's game against Notre Dame will be the conclusion of this 2003 Stanford Football season. While most of the media buzz surrounds a certain former Cardinal coach, Troy Clardy takes a different approach to the Thanksgiving weekend affair with the Irish. This game holds an important meaning for this program and its direction...
November 26, 2003
If you imagined all the scenarios for how this 2003 edition of the Big Game would play out, you probably did not imagine a fast start for your Cardinal off an unending string of Cal miscues. And if you were told that would be the first quarter story, then perhaps you would imagine a dominating win much like the ASU game. Instead, Stanford fans were dealt disappointment in a 28-16 loss that reminded us of the 2002 UCLA game in its futility.
November 22, 2003
We have spent the week rehashing countless reasons to loathe those Weenies. But the other team that will take the field Saturday in the 106th Big Game deserves our emotions this week as well. Sam Stefanki helps redirect our focus by giving his top five why he loves the 2003 Stanford Cardinal...
November 20, 2003
Hmm, any votes for staying out of the state of Oregon next year? The Card dropped another stinker in the Beaver State, this time to the tune of 43-3. The running game was completely stuffed for Stanford while Steven Jackson ran free against the Cardinal defense. But the bombs tossed by Derek Anderson were the daggers that hurt the worst. For a recap of this untelevised affair, read on...
November 16, 2003