Last, but not least, we are proud to present WR Brad Busby, who represents the final installment of our 12-part "We Walk!" series on the '09 walk-ons. The Bootleg's Scott Cooley brings us the story of a Southern boy who is well on his way to becoming a "Stanford Man" The Cardinal beat out tough competition from multiple Ivies to land Busby, but as young Brad himself notes: "It's not 1920 anymore!"
September 2, 2009
Injuries always take some of the fun out of spring practice, but this year's list of walking and non-walking wounded is a little disturbing. But fear not, many of the missing are making progress in their respective recoveries and should be joining the team sooner than later. Read on for player-by-player details on the various missing pieces of the 2008 Cardinal's still-to-be-assembled puzzle.
February 26, 2008
After numerous diversions (magazine, May recruiting) our complete play-by-play for Stanford's Spring Game is now finished. Whether you were unable to attend at Stanford Stadium, or you need to see the drives and playmakers detailed to repaint the picture, here is the entire account of the two-plus hours that concluded Stanford spring ball. Included are offensive, defensive and special teams stats.
May 29, 2007
The acclaimed photo galleries we have brought you throughout Stanford's spring ball have appropriately reflected the playmaking of the offense, but on Saturday in the Cardinal's final scrimmage, it was the defense on display. Mark Godi was in Stanford Stadium and shot his most prolific afternoon yet this spring. Here are his first 28 photos showing the collisions, catches, carries and excitement.
May 2, 2007
Reporters huddled around Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh on the field at Stanford Stadium for a final time this spring after the conclusion of the Spring Game. He talked about the surprises of the day on offense and defense, conditioning, T.C. Ostrander, injuries, which position switches will stick and more.
May 1, 2007
After the offense handled the defense on Saturday in Stanford's live scrimmage, the Cardinal coaching staff evened the playing field by moving on Monday three wide receivers to the secondary. For an explanation of the motive and expected impact, we talk with head coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive backs coach Clayton White. Plus reaction from redshirt freshman Marcus Rance, the most prominent mover.
April 26, 2007
Much fan and media attention was turned to the star-studded gathering at the preceding Alumni Game, but we were sure to take down the play-by-play for all 13 series of Saturday's scrimmage at Stanford Stadium. Presented here is the most detailed analysis and recap on the planet of the action in the Cardinal's second live scrimmage this spring, where the offense ruled the day running and passing.
April 24, 2007