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  1. Q&A: Stanford's Kevin Danser

    Kevin Gemmell

    Stanford kicks off its season tomorrow night against San Jose State, and offensive lineman Kevin Danser couldn't be more ready to start his fifth year. Danser, a 6-6, 295-pound guard who prepped at nearby Bellarmine, took some time to chat with the P...

    Blog | September 06, 2013
  2. Best case-worst case: Stanford

    Ted Miller

    This is the final -- last! -- in a series looking at potential dream and nightmare scenarios for all Pac-12 teams. Understand: These are not predictions. They are extreme scenarios and pieces of fiction. You can read last year's versions here. ...

    Blog | August 23, 2013
  3. Take 2: Filling shoes in the Pac-12

    Kevin Gemmell and Ted Miller

    You might have noticed a theme this week. We kicked off the "Biggest Shoes" series and had two polls (North and South) on replacing departed players. So that means it's now time for your Pac-12 bloggers to weigh in on which two players we believe lea...

    Blog | March 15, 2013
  4. Season review: Stanford

    Kevin Gemmell

    Before we focus forward, we're going to look back with team-by-team season reviews. We continue today in reverse alphabetical order. STANFORD (12-2, 8-1) Grade: A MVP: Can we just go ahead and name the entire defense as a singular MVP? Ju...

    Blog | January 22, 2013
  5. Cardinal O-line still finds room to flourish

    Kevin Gemmell

    LOS ANGELES -- Before a Stanford offensive lineman ever sees the field, he must first negotiate "The Room." And The Room can be tougher than any drill, any conditioning program or even any defensive end or linebacker he will face. Because it's in the...

    Blog | December 30, 2012
  6. Video: Stanford center Sam Schwartzstein

    ESPN.com staff

    Kevin Gemmell talks with Stanford center Sam Schwartzstein about the upcoming Rose Bowl game against Wisconsin....

    Blog | December 28, 2012
  7. Pac-12 2012 awards announced

    Kevin Gemmell

    The Pac-12 conference has announced its 2012 individual honors and all-conference first and second teams as voted on by the coaches. Offensive Player of the Year: Marqise Lee, WR, USC. Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Will Sutton, DE, Ar...

    Blog | November 26, 2012
  8. Best case-worst case: Stanford

    Ted Miller

    This is the 10th in a series looking at potential dream and nightmare scenarios for all Pac-12 teams. Understand: These are not predictions. They are extreme scenarios and pieces of fiction. You can read last year's versions here. We're going i...

    Blog | August 28, 2012
  9. Pac-12 boasts top rushing attacks

    Kevin Gemmell

    We talk a lot about wide receivers in this conference. And why not? The overall collection of wide receiver talent is the strongest of any conference in college football. Heck, even Cal's Keenan Allen said he doesn't see the Biletnikoff winner com...

    Blog | July 30, 2012
  10. Five from Pac-12 on Rimington watch list

    Kevin Gemmell

    The 2012 Rimington Trophy Watch List was recently announced, and the Pac-12 is well represented. The award goes to the nation's top center. Here's a look at the players on the watch list: Hroniss Grasu, Oregon, 6-3, 284, Soph. Gus Handler, Colo...

    Blog | May 29, 2012
  11. Stanford spring wrap

    Kevin Gemmell

    2011 record: 11-2 2011 conference record: 8-1 (2nd, North) Returning starters: Offense: 6; defense: 7; kicker/punter 1 Top returners RB Stepfan Taylor, OLB Chase Thomas, LB Shayne Skov, FB Ryan Hewitt, C Sam Schwartzstein, OG David Yankey, OT C...

    Blog | May 14, 2012
  12. Who has brains coming back?

    Ted Miller

    Recognition is so important for an offense. Think Andrew Luck -- or Peyton Manning -- wildly gesticulating at the line of scrimmage. Or, for that matter, Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas doing the same thing. That was something that stuck with ...

    Blog | April 03, 2012
  13. Stanford not about Luck this spring

    Ted Miller

    Stanford has a secret: 2010 wasn't only about Andrew Luck. And, if things go according to plan, 2011 won't be either. It's not that Stanford doesn't recognize the benefit of having the best quarterback in the nation. It does. But the program's tra...

    Blog | March 01, 2011