Stanford is one of the best institutions in the country and while there is absolutely nothing wrong with being smart enough to attend the Palo Alto school, the students are doing a poor job of shaking stereotypes.
The folks at Reddit have created a fantastic chart that shows the last time every college football team was ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll. Unless you’re a fan of Stanford, Kansas State, Arizona and 50-plus other schools, you can peer back to the glory days when your school was on top of
Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson was given the ball with his team down four points to Stanford late in the fourth quarter and he delivered. Watch as Golson finds a wide open Ben Koyack in the back of the endzone on 4th and 11 to keep the Irish’s College Football Playoff dreams alive: [Black Sports
The Academic Progress Rate (APR) bears a strong resemblance to long snappers or punters: No one cares about them until they’re crap. While few outside the NCAA, its member institutions and diehard fans actually understand what the APR is and how the potentially debilitating number is calculated, it remains a very important benchmark for every
Stanford running back Barry Sanders Jr. (yes, the son of that Barry Sanders) was leveled by USC linebacker Hayes Pullard during the PAC-12 clash on Saturday at Stanford Stadium. Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan tried to toss a shovel pass to Sanders, but unfortunately for Barry Jr., Pullard read the play all the way and laid
The Stanford Cardinal have landed #1 QB recruit Keller Chryst from the surrounding area of (Palo Alto High School) Palo Alto, California. Currently, Chryst is the No. 21 recruit on ESPN’s list of top 300 and has received plenty of attention from programs such as USC, Alabama and Arizona State. Standing at the perfect
Ray Lewis knows how to get a team hyped before a big game. Before the Standford Cardinal men’s basketball team took on UMass in the semifinals of the NIT tournament, Lewis gave a pregame speech in the locker room. Ray has been known to bring the best out of his teammates in the NFL and it seems his
Andrew Luck has shocked EVERYBODY and sent the Carolina Panthers back the drawing board. The sure fire #1 pick has decided to keep his talents in Palo Alto and go back to Stanford for his Senior year. Wonder what this does to Coach Harbaugh’s decision…