• 02.

    Communication Leads to Chemistry

    Dave Fowkes / Stanford Football Insider

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  • 03.

    Coach Dawkins' Extension

    R.J. Abeytia / Staff Writer

    Full Story
  • 04.

    TWISH: Bright spots in tough years ('07, '84)

    Mark DeVaughn / Stanford Historian

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  • 01.

    Stanford's 20-13 win as it happened

    Daniel Novinson / Stanford Football Insider

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Communication Leads to Chemistry

    Dave Fowkes / Stanford Football Insider

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Coach Dawkins' Extension

    R.J. Abeytia / Staff Writer

    Full Story
  • 04.

    TWISH: Bright spots in tough years ('07, '84)

    Mark DeVaughn / Stanford Historian

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Stanford's 20-13 win as it happened

    Daniel Novinson / Stanford Football Insider

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Communication Leads to Chemistry

    Dave Fowkes / Stanford Football Insider

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Coach Dawkins' Extension

    R.J. Abeytia / Staff Writer

    Full Story

Know Your Opponent: Washington

A new era has begun in Seattle. If Washington wants to end Oregon’s run of owning the Northwest, Chris Petersen will be the man to do it. The Bootleg tracked down a pair of Husky experts, Dawgman.com editor Chris Fetters and Anthony Cassino of UWDawgPound.com, to find out the U-Dub state of mind heading into Saturday’s showdown against Stanford.

Who Are These Guys?

It may have been Socrates, or Baxter, Ron Burgundy's dog, who said that the only true knowledge one can have is the knowledge of what one does not know. Stanford sits at 2-1 after beating Army 35-0. They have a victory over an FCS school and a service academy and a loss to a team that started Sept. 13 as a top-10 team and ended it unranked by one of its own beat writers.

Lee Ward Talks Road Trip

A quick chat with Stanford football team captain Lee Ward as the team prepares for the first road trip of the year

Clardy’s Corner: Bring The Noise

Stanford Football finally hits the road, and it finally visits the new Husky Stadium. Are Washington’s new digs still a place where visiting teams go to die?

Tuesday's news and notes from Stanford

Stanford Head Coach David Shaw's Tuesday press conference looked ahead to Saturday's showdown at Washington

TWISH: Stanford 50, Arizona 22 (1999)

This Week in Stanford History recalls a significant visit to Arizona Stadium. It was notable not simply because the Cardinal left without experiencing a crushing loss or a devastating knee injury to a standout defender.

Opposing Views: Arizona

With Stanford on a bye week, Opposing Views checked in with an opponent absent on the Cardinal’s 2014 schedule. Still, it’s a team that should be on any Pac-12 fan’s radar.

Clardy’s Corner: Halfway Home

Football scheduling is a thankless job, especially when it comes to this year’s flawed slate. Is it possible to create the perfect schedule?

Stanford Football First Quarter Grades

Just like that, a quarter of the season is gone. It is time to assign some grades to what we have seen so far.

Prospects


Football

Commits


Football

Team
Rankings


  • 01.

    Alabama

    Commits: 21
    Points: 4,116
    Conference: SEC
  • 02.

    Georgia

    Commits: 22
    Points: 3,609
    Conference: SEC
  • 03.

    South Carolina

    Commits: 27
    Points: 3,442
    Conference: SEC
  • 04.

    Texas A&M

    Commits: 19
    Points: 3,261
    Conference: SEC
  • 05.

    Auburn

    Commits: 20
    Points: 3,256
    Conference: SEC
  • 06.

    Penn State

    Commits: 20
    Points: 3,243
    Conference: Big Ten
  • 07.

    Florida State

    Commits: 18
    Points: 3,105
    Conference: ACC
  • 08.

    Tennessee

    Commits: 24
    Points: 3,101
    Conference: SEC
  • 09.

    Clemson

    Commits: 20
    Points: 2,936
    Conference: ACC
  • 10.

    Mississippi State

    Commits: 28
    Points: 2,876
    Conference: SEC
  • 54.

    Stanford

    Commits: 10
    Points: 1,060
    Conference: Pac-12