Cardinal coach David Shaw announced Tuesday that the junior won the lengthy and close competition against sophomore Brett Nottingham. He replaces the NFL’s No. 1 overall pick and two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up Andrew Luck.
As one of the most promising and productive periods in the program’s history ends, the real challenge for first-year head coach David Shaw begins this offseason: Keeping the Cardinal among the nation’s elite.
I last worked with Chester a few weeks ago on the 5th Quarter post game show. He’d been our full-time 5th Quarter host until he joined Lane Kiffin at Tennessee.
With a week to wait to learn the program’s postseason fate and the announcement of the Heisman Trophy finalists, Stanford’s David Shaw is playing more politics than football at the moment.
All season Stanford coach David Shaw has kept quiet about the Bowl Championship Series rankings and tried to keep the focus on his team’s upcoming opponent.
It took more than a change in titles for Stanford players to accept David Shaw’s promotion after he replaced Jim Harbaugh.
Stanford is ranked fourth in the BCS standings after a comeback triple overtime victory at USC Saturday.
Despite four blowout victories and Andrew Luck piling up highlights for his Heisman Trophy campaign, the Cardinal are back where they started the season, at No. 7 in the AP poll.
Stanford fooball head coach David Shaw told John Madden and the KCBS morning crew Wednesday that his team’s talent goes far beyond his Heisman-candidate quarterback.
With Heisman Trophy favorite Andrew Luck back at quarterback, the Cardinal opened practice Monday with a glare of familiarity that was outshined only by the heightened expectations.