Stanford Cardinal News
9-16-14: The 15th ranked Stanford Cardinal look to avenge their tough loss at the hands of the USC Trojans last week at Stanford Stadium this week as they host the Army Black Knights. Stanford’s offense has yet to really get it going in the last two games but did enough to win as the final score was 35-0 in favor of the Cardinal. In no ways should 35 points be thought of as struggling for an offense but for a Top 15 ranked team against a team like Army a lot of insiders and analysts were expecting more of an offensive output by the Cardinal. Stanford put up a touchdown score in each of the four quarters and quarterback Kevin Hogan threw four touchdown passes for four of the five touchdowns, the other coming off the legs of running back Ty Montgomery. The Stanford Cardinal have not been tested on the road yet as the team has played all three of their games at home to start the college football season. The Cardinal has a week off to prepare for their next game as Stanford travels to Husky Stadium to take on the Washington Huskies. That means you have an extra week to get your Stanford tickets for the game between the Huskies and the Cardinal.
9-8-14: The 13th ranked Stanford Cardinal hosted the 14th ranked USC Trojans at Stanford Stadium this week in a Pac-12 battle. Both teams won their first game of the young season in convincing fashion before facing off in a big game this week. Stanford was held scoreless after the first quarter and trailed 7-0 but managed to put up a 10 spot while shutting down the Trojans offense to lead 10-7 at the half. Stanford’s offense could not score in the second half and fell victim to field goal by the Trojans offense in each of the third and fourth quarters to lose the game by the score of 13-10. Just by looking at the box score you would think the Cardinal dominated this game by putting up 413 total yards of offense while USC was held to just 291 yards but the turnovers ended up deciding this game. Stanford lost two fumbles in the contest while USC didn’t turn the ball over at all which proved to be the difference in the game. Stanford’s field goal kicker Jordan Williamson also missed two field goal attempts in the game that ended up being big when looking at the final score. Get your Stanford tickets for next week’s game as the Cardinal host the Army Black Nights at home on the Pack 12 Network.