Without television or a webcast, you had to be at Stanford Stadium in person on Saturday to witness the excitement of the 2005 Spring Game. Fortunately, <b>Yuji Higaki</b> was on the sidelines to help capture the action. Check out the first of his two photo galleries from the scrimmage, including an exciting sequence of sophomore fullback <b>Nick Frank</b> running the ball.
April 26, 2005
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
The sun was shining brightly on a spectacular day for spring football Thursday, but there was a dark cloud hanging over the offense. Injuries, mistakes and underperformances left us with a sour taste. Read on for a rare injury update from <b>Walt Harris</b>, plus a description of the offensive problems Thursday presented. Also a full play-by-play of the "live" scrimmage.
April 15, 2005
As much as we hope you value our words in describing the action and changes of Stanford Football during these spring practices, we know you adore our photos. <b>Yuji Higaki</b> has 25 new shots for you to consume, showing off the action and excitement from the practice field. Get a good look at runs, passes, interceptions, tackles and more.
April 14, 2005
Here are still more vivid images from the practice field during Stanford's preseason football camp. Inside you will find photos of WR-DB battles, punting, snapping, blocking and Ray Jones. Get closer to the action on the practice field with these exclusive and exciting shots from Yuji Higaki.
September 1, 2004
You've waited since April for this day to come, and Wednesday finally marked the beginning of the 2004 Stanford Football preseason camp. This first practice was helmets only, and the absence of pads precludes us from seeing most of what we need to see about the performance levels of these players. But we did take in several notes, and even a couple surprises...
August 12, 2004
It is the single most important event of the Stanford Recruiting season: the unveiling of <i>The Bootleg</i>'s recruiting table. Several names will be new. Some may be shocking. Others are mysteriously missing. But the overall message this delivers is that we have a lot of exciting names to track these next 45 days...
December 17, 2003