In his exciting debut with The Bootleg, veteran sportswriter Scott Cooley has produced an outstanding interview with former Card DB Nick Sanchez. Scott is the equivalent of a "five-tool player" and will be contributing to a variety of sports and coverage areas for us including interviews with various Stanford athletic alumni and with prospective student-athletes of clear interest to the Cardinal.
March 17, 2009
Stanford faced rival Cal on Saturday for the 110th Big Game and the 13-point underdogs did not disappoint. Stanford executed in all phases of the game and the seniors were sent off in grand fashion - with a Big Game win! The Bootleg's photographer, Mark Godi, was on the sideline to capture these photos for your enjoyment. Post-game celebration photos still to come!
December 2, 2007
Stanford battled Notre Dame on Saturday in a game that could have gone either way. The Cardinal had some highlights - including the brief return of Anthony Kimble - that The Bootleg's photographer, Mark Godi, was on the sideline to capture for your enjoyment.
November 26, 2007
Jon Forbes, Jr. is TheBootleg.com's Jonny-on-the-spot, providing cloud-nine-sitting Cardinalmaniacs™ with a terrific recap of the team's taking-care-of-business effort down in Tucson last night. Don't look now, but the Bow Boys™ are showing a resiliency unknown to mankind, this time overcoming turnovers and a heavily-depleted roster to "Bear Down" and tough out a valiant victory in the desert.
October 21, 2007
In his debut effort as a contributing Expert Analyst for TheBootleg.com, former Card safety Eliel Swinton (1993-96), aka "Coach E" takes a close look at the Clayton White-coached Stanford secondary's outstanding, pick-producing effort against the Trojans, explaining why QB John David Booty and the USC passing game had so much trouble against the inspired Cardinal last Saturday.
October 11, 2007
Before we can analyze what we saw Monday night in the opening practice of Stanford's 2007 preseason camp, we have to bring you up to speed on who was and was not on the field. There are a few new ailments to update, but also several who have healed since you last saw them hurt in the spring. Also two true freshmen have arrived with injury troubles, which we unhappily first report here.
August 7, 2007