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- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsSep 04 10:43 AM
Along with their sterling academic reputations, No. 21 Stanford and Northwestern share at least one more thing in common: Both want to show they can play winning football again. Stanford is trying to show that a strong finish last year was not just a late-season tease. The Cardinal closed with a three-game winning streak to finish 8-5 after playing in BCS bowls the previous four seasons.
- San Jose Mercury NewsSep 04 11:13 AM
The 21st-ranked Stanford Cardinal goes into its college football opener at Northwestern with inexperienced defensive backs
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsSep 01 11:26 AM
Stanford took a step back in 2014 after the best four-year run in school history elevated the program into college football's elite. Stanford won 46 games from 2010-2013, trailing only Oregon nationally in that span as it transitioned seamlessly from Jim Harbaugh to David Shaw. Shaw led the Cardinal to their first back-to-back Rose Bowl appearances in four decades after Pac-12 titles in 2012 and...
- The Washington TimesSep 03 10:24 AM
No. 21 Stanford (8-5 in 2014) at Northwestern (5-7), Noon (ESPN) Line: Stanford by 12. Series Record: Stanford leads 3-1-2 WHAT'S AT STAKE Stanford is trying to show that a strong finish in 2014 was a sign of things to come and not just an aberration in a difficult season. ...
- ESPNSep 04 06:38 AM
Maisel: Stanford QB Kevin Hogan's most painful loss
- San Jose Mercury NewsSep 02 06:36 AM
Defense has to be better at forcing turnovers
- Sports IllustratedAug 28 11:42 AM
Linebacker Craig Jones was mobbed by his teammates after the announcement.
- Palo Alto WeeklySep 04 05:27 PM
by Palo Alto Online Sports/Stanford Athletics Cardinal corner Merete Lutz returned from a finger injury to record a career high 19 kills and the second-ranked Stanford's women's volleyball team downed No. 6 Illinois, 16-25, 27-25, 25-18, 25-21, Friday at Rec Hall in University Park, PA as part of the Pac-12/Big 10 Challenge.
- Palo Alto WeeklySep 05 12:42 AM
by Stanford Athletics Stanford soccer Slater Meehan's late, first-half goal proved to be the difference in a dominant effort for the No. 16 Stanford men's soccer team and the Cardinal won its home opener, 1-0, over Northeastern at Cagan Stadium on Friday night.
- UPIAug 18 12:19 PM
The Sports Xchange PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford is determined to bounce back in a big way after a season of disappointment. The Cardinal is expected to be much better offensively and could challenge Oregon for the Pac-12 North Division crown.
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