Our special partner Dave Fowkes has gone through the film and evaluated Stanford's performance in a critical win in Tempe on Saturday. The Card rushing attack needed all four quarters to solve the formidable challenge presented by a devilishly quick and inspired ASU defense. Read on to see how the 2010 Cardinal's individual groups fared in their weekly examination.
November 17, 2010
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
For those of us obsessed with the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data, The Bootleg's Contributing Columnist & Senior Statistician Terry Johnson examines the validity of the widely-held view among fans that the Stanford's "D" has been one of a "bend, but don't break" variety during this 2007 season. While it may have been true against WSU, we shouldn't rush to conclusions.
November 13, 2007
The Bootleg is proud to present some prime quotes from the unprecedented, impromptu Stanford fan celebration outside Maples Pavilion late Saturday night. The Bootleg's Daniel Novinson was on the scene getting the sensational story straight from the Cardinal's mouth, including Mark Bradford, Tavita Pritchard, Evan Moore, Alex Fletcher, Anthony Kimble, Pannel Egboh, Taylor Skaufel, & Coach Harbaugh
October 7, 2007
For those of us obsessed with the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data, Terry Johnson breaks down the numbers to show how the Oregon game really came down to the first six possessions of the second half: three that worked for the Ducks and three that did not do so for the Cardinal. Read on for more, including an update on where the Card is stacking up against the Pac-10.
September 26, 2007
The only thing more surprising than the 10 true freshmen Jim Harbaugh wants to play this fall for Stanford is the identities of those who are leading the way in recent practices with the most playing time. Inside we present the frosh probable for burned redshirts, plus the stories of three who have been receiving heavy first-team snaps of late - far surpassing their two-star recruiting rankings.
August 25, 2007
We have described throughout this year the impact that the new Cardinal coaching staff, led by Jim Harbaugh, has had on Stanford's practices and workouts. The now-famous "enthusiasm unknown to mankind" has infected the team. We have also seen a turnaround in individual players. Two cases in particular have gripped our attention. Both are impact players on offense, and both feel reborn this year.
August 15, 2007