The Stanford record book is filled with accomplished quarterbacks: Frankie Albert, John Brodie, Dick
by: Jon Wilner — Mercury News 15h
The Hotline honor roll for Week 12 … (For our big-picture recap of the weekend, see Saturday Night Five.) Offense: Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton We considered Utah quarterback Tyler Hun…
by: N/A — San Francisco Chronicle 17 Nov
A 41-17 loss in the Joe Roth Game on Saturday night left the Bears (5-5, 2-5 Pac-12) needing to win one of their final two games to become bowl eligible. Cal plays at Stanford in the Big Game next week, then closes out against UCLA on Nov. 30.
by: Shailin Singh — The Daily Californian 17 Nov
Slovis, a three-star true freshman, carved up the Bears’ secondary like no other quarterback in the Justin Wilcox-era has, throwing for 406 yards and four touchdowns with a ridiculous 82.8 completion percentage.
Saturday Night Five: The playoff landscape, Pac-12 bowl scenarios, Edwards’ gamble, Stanford’s predicament and more
by: Jon Wilner — Mercury News 17 Nov
Insta-reaction to Pac-12 developments on (and off) the field … 1. Oregon dominates, while Utah dominates. The Pac-12 playoff contenders played like playoff contenders. Utah 49, UCLA 3. Oregon…
by: Associated Press — San Francisco Chronicle 17 Nov
PULLMAN, Wash. — Davis Mills, starting in place of injured quarterback K.J. Costello, threw for a team record 494 yards for Stanford, including three touchdown passes, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Cardinal in a 49-22 loss at Washington State....
by: @cougfancom — 247 Sports 17 Nov
Max Borghi and Tay Martin made huge contributions to the Washington State Cougars' 49-22 win over Stanford.
by: Matt Vassar — SB Nation: Rule Of Tree 17 Nov
Funny. Earlier this game I wrote: "Death. Taxes. Simi Fehoko TDs"!
by: Josh Yuen — The Daily Californian 16 Nov
From the time I was 5 years old to my tenure as The Daily Californian’s sports editor during my junior year of college, a curse persisted, as the Trojans won 14 consecutive matchups against the Bears.
by: https://www.facebook.com/SFChronicle/ — San Francisco Chronicle 15 Nov
Beset by injuries to arguably its best offensive player and best defensive player, Stanford plays its final road game of the season against Washington State.