Pro Day on The Farm

While this week is all about "March Madness" and postseason basketball for most of the collegiate and Cardinal sporting communities, it is also a hot time for the approaching NFL Draft. Scouts from all over the NFL descended upon The Farm yesterday to watch a number of seniors test and work out during Stanford's Pro Day. Though rain dampened the affair, some of the times turned a lot of heads.
March 16, 2006

Notre Dame: View from the Press Box

Say this about the 2005 Stanford season: we lived in interesting times. Yet another heartbreaker saw the Cardinal come up short when they dropped 38-31 against Notre Dame on Saturday. Tracking this wild one from upstairs was as much a rollercoaster as it was for fans watching on television across the country. Notre Dame owned the stat sheet, but Stanford fought the Fighting Irish to the wire.
November 28, 2005

Big Game: View from the Press Box

The two teams slugged it out through the first two and a half quarters in a defensive battle, but Cal made more big plays to pull away with three touchdowns in the final 25 minutes. The Stanford defense made a number of inspiring plays, but the offense struggled throughout. Trent Edwards was knocked out of action for the third time this year behind a turnstile offensive line.
November 20, 2005

Kibbles & Bits: Big Game Edition

It's a special week on The Farm, and we have a special collection in anticipation of today's 108th Big Game. Inside is news on Trent Edwards, a look at the Stanford sack attack, senior talk about getting back the Axe, exorcising 2003 demons, Evan Moore's talk about 2007, the running game, recruits on campus, and more!
November 19, 2005

Kibbles & Bits

We are out of breath in this edition of K&B, trying to keep you up to date on all the latest in and around Stanford Football. Inside you will find an explanation of the new practice fields, impressive T.C. Ostrander, the Blocker of the Week, Cardinal difficulty in Corvallis, admissions myths debunked, scout team uncovered, and much more.
November 11, 2005

Bootleg Audio: UCLA Post-Game

While the Cardinal surged to a 24-3 lead midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against #8-ranked UCLA, there were several heroes. J.R. Lemon moved the ball on the ground and in the air, including two scores on screen passes. Julian Jenkins recorded three quarterback sacks. Nick Sanchez forced one fumble and recovered another. But after the overtime loss, they were all upset.
October 30, 2005

UCLA: View from the Press Box

It is still a state of shock, as the Cardinal community tries to come to grips with a monumental fourth-quarter collapse in Saturday's 30-27 loss to UCLA. Up 21 points with eight minutes to go in the game, with the high-octane Bruin offense held in check to the tune of just three points, it was all right now. How does something so good turn so bad?
October 30, 2005