Day Two News & Notes

We got our bearings on Day One. On Day Two our eyes were better focused, and our ears attuned, for the movements and news of Stanford Football. We present a blowout of information running up and down the roster including: the early three-deep offensive line depth chart, more freshmen making waves, a new injury, several players cleared to return, body changes, kicking, punt returns and much more!
August 8, 2007

First Look: Frosh Faces on The Farm

Summer unofficial football practices are well underway on The Farm, with the breadth of the returning roster on campus for daily workouts. Also in attendance are a surprising number of freshmen - a dozen so far by our count. Some are in summer school, while others are visiting for stints. Here is an up-close look at the newest faces of Stanford Football, with photos from the practice field.
July 10, 2007

Hallick Preparing for Historic All-Star Game

Stuck in this painful purgatory between spring ball and fall camp, what is a Stanford Football fan to watch in the summer doldrums? On June 16 you can catch a nationally televised broadcast of the 50th Anniversary Big 33 Football Classic, which matches the top players in Pennsyvlania and Ohio. On display will be incoming freshman Brad Hallick, the 6'6" OG/OT who signed with Stanford in February.
May 9, 2007

Stanford Signing Day Photo Gallery

Hours before the press conference of Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh, the 19 student-athletes who signed with Stanford enjoyed the life-changing experience of inking their Letter of Intent. They and their families have shared some photos of their Signing Day ceremonies at their high school or in their community, basking in the glow of their moment and achievement. Here are a few for you to enjoy.
February 8, 2007

19 Faxes Hit The Farm

If they had their choice, many of today's 19 Stanford signees would have inked their National Letter of Intent long ago. Today marked the first day of the signing period. Specifically, a recruit could sign and fax his LOI at 7am local time, which meant the Stanford Football fax machines saw action at 4am when East Coast commits started. Who was first? When did Johnathon Frink's fax come through?
February 7, 2007

Cardinal Convert Brad Hallick

It has become an annual event. From Levirt Griffin to Kris Evans to Jason Evans. The trend toward earlier verbal college commitments has primed prospects each year to consider a decommitment once they have taken a good look at Stanford and gained admission to the school. Stanford and new head coach Jim Harbaugh have kept the tradition alive with a big fish that previously pledged to the ACC.
December 27, 2006