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"The Report Card-inal": Stanford 38, WSU 28

WSU basically got "Butch-slapped!"

The final score may have read "Stanford 38, WSU 28", but the post-game banter focused on the disappointing performance by the home team, which failed to finish the game the way we know it would have preferred. Still, on a gray and lethargic day, Stanford managed to get to 6-1 (which is really all that matters). Dave Fowkes takes a deep breath and tries to be fair as the Card readies for UW!

"The Report Card-inal": Stanford 38, WSU 28Editor's Note: The following commentary offers the author's personal views of the on-field performances of some of Stanford University's exceptional student-athletes. In no way should constructively-intended criticism be deemed as a lack of respect or admiration for our players' obvious desire, dedication, sacrifice and commitment. The views...

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