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Robinson a perfect fit at Stanford — just look at his arm

Talk about being in love with the Farm. Curtis Robinson has a tattoo of three fir trees that covers the inside of his left arm. Ouch. He says it represents “the accomplishment of getting into [Read entire story]

Stanford begins Bryce Love-for-Heisman campaign

For good reason, Stanford is sensitive to the vagaries of Heisman Trophy voting and why people vote the way they do. The Cardinal have been bridesmaids so many times, they’re flat-out tired of catching the bouquets. [Read entire story]

Stanford begins Bryce Love-for-Heisman campaign

For good reason, Stanford is sensitive to the vagaries of Heisman Trophy voting and why people vote the way they do. The Cardinal have been bridesmaids so many times, they’re flat-out tired of catching the bouquets. [Read entire story]

Love’s 2 TDs ignite Stanford to 49-7 rout of Oregon

For once, Bryce Love was not the fastest thing on a football field. That honor went to a rabbit that interrupted the Stanford game for a few minutes in the second quarter. The poor, frightened rabbit was [Read entire story]

Freeman, backup QB hope to challenge Stanford defense

For the second straight week, Stanford will face a backup quarterback. This time it probably will be a third-stringer. In Saturday’s 8 p.m. game — as of Friday there was no decision on whether the [Read entire story]

With brains and brawn, Stanford center Burkett has a calling

Even on a team of very bright players, Stanford center Jesse Burkett stands out. For one thing, he has a double major in symbolic systems and Japanese. “Symbolic systems,” he explains, “is an [Read entire story]

Stanford QB Keller Chryst to start vs. Oregon, but K.J. Costello will play

Stanford’s quarterback rotation is over. Keller Chryst will start Saturday night against Oregon and play most of the game, head coach David Shaw said Tuesday. In Saturday’s 23-20 win at Utah, Chryst [Read entire story]

Kept in control until late, Stanford’s Love breaks a big one in win

SALT LAKE CITY — Bryce Love is like a toddler given free rein at an exhibit of priceless figurines. Sooner or later, he’s going to break one.On Saturday night it happened three minutes into the fourth quarter of [Read entire story]

Who’s at QB for Stanford and Utah? It’s up in the air

When asked whether K.J. Costello or Keller Chryst will start Saturday night at Utah, Stanford head coach David Shaw said, “Good question.” When asked whether Tyler Huntley or Troy Williams will start [Read entire story]

Anatomy of Love’s 3 breakaway TD runs

On the first two of Bryce Love’s three long touchdown runs against Arizona State on Saturday, you could have driven a bus through the holes. On the third, you could have driven, well, a pickup truck through it. [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Love breaks McCaffrey rushing record in 34-24 win over ASU

The numbers are almost beyond belief. Bryce Love had 159 yards and two touchdowns rushing, and it was only halftime. He went over 1,000 yards for the season, and it was still September. [Read entire story]

Bailey makes a fake punt work, just like high school

Jake Bailey said he ran two fake punts in high school, and on Saturday he pulled another as Stanford pulled a rare trick play out of its bag against Arizona State. “I’m 3-for-3,” he said. [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Jake Bailey goes deep — repeatedly — on kickoffs, punts

Watching Stanford’s lead-footed Jake Bailey pound kickoff after kickoff through or over the end zone for a touchback, you’d have to assume that he was achieving his objective. Not always. [Read entire story]

Costello, Love lead Stanford to 58-34 win over UCLA

Stanford played musical quarterbacks Saturday night, but it was K.J. Costello who wound up in the victor’s chair. And just like that, the Cardinal may have a new No. 1 quarterback. They also got a huge [Read entire story]

4 changes at quarterback in 1st half for Cardinal

It was a revolving door at quarterback for Stanford in the first half after an injury to Keller Chryst on the first play of the host Cardinal’s second series against UCLA on Saturday night. There were [Read entire story]

Crucial test for Stanford after two losses

For a team that in the preseason had high hopes of its fourth Pac-12 title in six years and perhaps even of a College Football Playoff berth, Stanford has already gotten its comeuppance. The Cardinal [Read entire story]

Stanford freshman Walker Little takes some big steps in 1st start

His team may be 1-2, but this is a time of great relief overall for Stanford’s Walker Little. His family in Houston made it through Hurricane Harvey and the ensuing flooding without serious mishap, and the freshman got [Read entire story]

O-line gets a new look, Little his 1st start

SAN DIEGO — Following the stinging USC defeat last week, Stanford shuffled its offensive line Saturday night for its game against San Diego State. It gave freshman Walker Little his first start, at [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Love, San Diego State’s Penny thriving

Like Javier Muñoz, who took over for Lin-Manuel Miranda in Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Bryce Love and Rashaad Penny know what it’s like to try to fill big shoes. They also seem to be doing it quite [Read entire story]

Stanford cornerback Alijah Holder takes on his identical twin Mikah

When identical twins Alijah and Mikah Holder were younger, they would play one-on-one football on their knees in a hallway at their home. “Just trying to run each other over,” Alijah said. “We’d [Read entire story]