Stanford is ranked fourth in the BCS standings after a comeback triple overtime victory at USC Saturday.
Despite improvements by teams like Arizona State and Washington that have added depth to the conference, the Pac-12 is still being dominated by the teams at the top.
Andrew Luck threw for 287 yards and four touchdowns Monday night to lead fifth-ranked Stanford past No. 12 Virginia Tech 40-12.
Even though the Cardinal are playing some 2,500 miles away from the home stadium they don’t always fill, coach Jim Harbaugh is confident.
Stanford earned a bid Sunday to face the Hokies in the BCS bowl on Jan. 3. The berth caps a remarkable resurgence for the fifth-ranked Cardinal, who have gone from 1-11 to 11-1 in four years.
(CBS / AP) — The Oregon Ducks and Auburn Tigers locked up spots in the national title game Saturday. Ranked No. 1 in the AP Top 25, Oregon (12-0) defeated Oregon State 37-20 and No. […]
Now that Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh has had time to study how the Bowl Championship Series works, he has some problems with what he’s learned.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Stanford is in the precarious position of not controlling its own fate. It’s not the Cardinal’s fault, though. They’ve done just about everything expected to reach the Rose Bowl for the […]
Just a year ago when California played Oregon, it was the Golden Bears who had the title hopes while the Ducks were trying to find their way. Boy, how things have changed.
Except for Oregon at the top and Washington State at the bottom, the Pac-10 has played out just like its coaches predicted, a win-one, lose-one trade off by teams unable distinguish themselves from one another.