Kibbles & Bits

Sometimes you just have so many ideas, tidbits and factoids on Stanford Football running around in your head that you have to find an outlet. That's the tradition of Kibbles & Bits here on The Bootleg, and it's back. In this installment, we have schedule talk, punting pontification, an Evan Moore update, bowling shoes, a broadcast rebirth, and more...
October 27, 2005

Gameday News and Notes

Here are the quick hits up and down the offense and defense for all you need before today's Pac-10 road opener for Stanford. Will star linebacker Michael Okwo play today? What will the Cardinal do at the running back position? What is the key to finding offensive success today? Where does Stanford find confidence in playing in Pullman? Read on for all this, and much more.
October 8, 2005

Bootleg Video: Brian Head

Fans have been nervous lately regarding the health of Stanford's offensive line - particularly center Brian Head. The fifth-year senior missed some practices but has returned, and Walt Harris put him front and center Monday with the local media. In his Q&A, Head talks openly about his confidence in the new direction of this program, though challenges lie dead ahead this Saturday at Navy...
September 6, 2005

Bootleg Video: Babatunde Oshinowo

Stanford is starting to get back some of the key players injured in this preseason camp. Saturday's scrimmage was a grand return for nose tackle Babatunde Oshinowo, who was a terror in the offensive backfield. The fifth-year senior speaks excitedly about his return as well as his new playing weight, but the talk turns sour on the subject of his friend and classmate's season-ending injury.
August 28, 2005

Casey Carroll Out for the Year

This was going to be "the year" for Casey Carroll. The fifth-year senior defensive end put together his greatest improvements of his college career in the off-season, with all teammates and coaches expecting 2005 to be a banner year. A freak injury, instead, has now robbed Carroll of his opportunity this fall, ending his year and likely his Cardinal career. The loss is a big hit for Stanford.
August 28, 2005

Bootleg Video: Casey Carroll

The standout performer from Saturday's 90-minute scrimmage in Stanford Stadium was unquestionably <b>Casey Carroll</b>. His sacks, pressures and tackles for loss gave the offense nonstop headaches. Afterward, he talked with <i>The Bootleg</i> on camera about his performance and what is happening on the defensive line this spring.
April 19, 2005

Spring Ball: Day 11

In some ways, the scrimmage the Saturday before the Spring Game can be the biggest competition of the spring. Cardinalmaniacs hope that is not the case this year, with how the offense performed most recently in the stadium. Conversely, it was a successful scrimmage for the defense, particularly in the front seven. For a discussion plus the complete 84-play blow-by-blow, read on.
April 18, 2005