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Arizona hopes QB Khalil Tate lights up Foster Farms Bowl

During Arizona’s fifth game of the season, at Colorado, Wildcats quarterback Brandon Dawkins was injured on a late hit. In came sophomore backup Khalil Tate. In his second series, Tate bolted 58 yards [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Jerod Haase regrets tough schedule for injury-racked team

Hindsight is a gift that never stops giving, but it hasn’t provided Stanford head caoch Jerod Haase much of a salving balm for his team’s 4-6 start. He admitted he has had second thoughts about [Read entire story]

David Shaw likes CFP choices but thinks 8-team playoff just a matter of time

Although David Shaw agreed with the choices of Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma and Alabama for the College Football Playoff, he also thinks the absence of USC and Ohio State eventually will help produce an eight-team [Read entire story]

Stanford to play TCU in Alamo Bowl Dec. 28

Although it would rather be going to the Fiesta Bowl and will have to spend Christmas in Texas, Stanford received a fine consolation prize, a berth in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. Aside from the [Read entire story]

Tough night for Reid despite nine tackles, fumble recovery

Safety Justin Reid has prevented numerous touchdowns for Stanford this year, but even great players sometimes have off nights. “I don’t think I played up to expectations,” Reid said Friday [Read entire story]

Darnold stars again as USC holds off Stanford

In the fourth quarter, Stanford was a yard away on third down, a half-yard away on fourth down. The Cardinal couldn’t get it. Then, after cutting the lead to three with a little more [Read entire story]

Stanford isn’t the same team that USC clobbered in September

How things have changed since that September night when USC crushed Stanford like a grapefruit at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Much of it was disheartening in the world outside, but in the little kingdom of [Read entire story]

Stanford warms up on 3s, pulls away from USF

Four nights after taking No. 9 Ohio State into overtime before losing, No. 16 Stanford found itself in a tight duel with USF going into the fourth quarter Wednesday evening. The Cardinal, who set a [Read entire story]

Emergence of Costello fuels Stanford’s late-season run

Stanford is a different football team than it was when it lost back-to-back games early in the season. The main reason is a quarterback who gets the play call in the huddle and is apt to announce, “OK, boys, I’ve got [Read entire story]

Love, Adams saw Heisman hopes fade, but Stanford, Notre Dame depend on them

When Stanford closes the regular season Saturday, fans will see an often spectacular tailback whose Heisman Trophy chances plummeted because he wasn’t close to 100 percent physically down the stretch. [Read entire story]

Paul Ratcliffe, Stanford’s boyish champion of the beautiful game

There’s a team of mostly 13-year-olds in the Mountain View-Los Altos Club called the Barcelona White that’s currently riding atop its league with a 6-0-1 record. The coach, whose boyish looks belie [Read entire story]

No. 9 Tar Heels crush Stanford 96-72

Stanford heads to Portland, Ore., on Thursday to play in the PK80 Invitational, a 16-team event that boasts five ranked teams, and the Cardinal got a taste of playing against the elite Monday night. No. [Read entire story]

Edwards comes through with timely interception

Stanford safety Ben Edwards made two saving plays in the Big Game at Stanford on Saturday. One saved a Cal touchdown, but only temporarily. The other saved the game. Edwards caught the Bears’ Patrick [Read entire story]

Pac-12’s Larry Scott calls UCLA shoplifting case ‘an embarrassment’

The Pac-12’s conference basketball schedule won’t begin for six weeks, but the league is already under a cloud of suspicion because of a bribery scandal that engulfed two of its schools and a shoplifting incident in [Read entire story]

Why isn’t Stanford’s Mike Bloomgren a head coach?

A few years ago, Mike Bloomgren showed up at a Rose Bowl news conference wearing Google Glass, those ill-fated spectacles that, among many other things, let wearers check into the Internet and take photos. [Read entire story]

Why isn’t Stanford’s Mike Bloomgren a head coach?

A few years ago, Mike Bloomgren showed up at a Rose Bowl news conference wearing Google Glass, those ill-fated spectacles that, among many other things, let wearers check into the Internet and take photos. [Read entire story]

Love, Okereke share the same number and the laurels after Stanford upset

That No. 20 sure had a dazzling night for Stanford in its 30-22 upset of No. 9 Washington on Friday night. The jersey number is worn by both tailback Bryce Love, who jumped back into the Heisman race [Read entire story]

Love, Costello lead Stanford to 30-22 upset of No. 9 Washington

Under the Friday night lights, Stanford staged its best performance of the season and captured one of its biggest wins in the last decade. A revitalized Bryce Love scored three touchdowns and gained 166 [Read entire story]

Shaw angry over targeting reversal on UW cornerback

Washington cornerback Austin Joyner was initially called for targeting on a hit to Stanford wide receiver Connor Wedington in the second quarter of Friday’s Pac-12 game at Stanford. The call was reversed on a replay [Read entire story]

Stanford ready for its biggest regular-season game in 2 years

The 120th Big Game is next week, but Stanford’s game against No. 9 Washington on Friday night is pretty big, too. In fact, it’s the Cardinal’s most significant regular-season Pac-12 game since the Cal game of [Read entire story]