One of the more surprising stars of the Big Game was Corey Gatewood, a fifth-year senior from Massachusetts. Gatewood recently moved from wide receiver to defensive back, but has handled the transition very well, bolstering a shaky Stanford secondary that has had a tough time containing some of the conference's better receivers.
November 22, 2011
Levine Toilolo and Corey Gatewood have made waves in the world of Stanford football in recent days, Toilolo for earning the starting tight end position and Gatewood for switching from cornerback to wide receiver. After the conclusion of practice on Wednesday, The Bootleg was on hand to catch up with the newly minted pair of offensive skill position players.
August 26, 2010
By-The-Numbers is back, and ready to throw all of them right out the window after last Saturday's upset! The numbers didn't predict it, but then again, that's why they play the games. So now it's onto Stanford and their high-powered run game. What do the digit portend with this week's matchup? Check it out!
September 24, 2009
Demonstrating his ability to transition seamlessly from interviews to topical commentary, Bootleg special partner Dave Fowkes of aptly-named StanfordFootballReport.com takes a look at the different approaches taken by the college and pro games when it comes to preparing for the regular season.
August 31, 2009
Stanford battled a tough Pac-10 opponent in Oregon State to open its 2008 season. The Cardinal had some great highlights, including those of the amazing Toby Gerhart, that The Bootleg's photographer, Mark Godi, was on the sideline to capture for your enjoyment.
August 29, 2008
Stanford had a unique set-up for its 2008 Spring Game. The football team and staff was split into two full teams comprised of players drafted by each coaching staff the week before. The Bootleg's photographer, Mark Godi, was on the sideline to capture these photos for your enjoyment.
April 13, 2008
The Bootleg's Daniel Novinson offers up "10 Takeaways" from Saturday's demoralizing debacle against the previously pathetic Washington Huskies, saying some things some Stanford fans may not want to hear, but perhaps should. If we want to maintain the momentum the team has generated this season, we have to get out of "denial" & get into "de-end zone." Just three more shots at respectability in '07!
November 4, 2007