Oct. 24, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford Football Weekly and host Kevin Danna talked Monday with Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football and head coach David Shaw about the emotions and analysis of Stanford's 21-3 victory over Cal in the 115th Big Game, as well as the challenges and personnel of this weekend's foe in Washington State.
Four players also joined Stanford Football Weekly. Senior fullback Ryan Hewitt discussed the lift and relief for the offense to score on the road, plus the touchdown run by senior running back Stepfan Taylor. Sophomore quarterback Kevin Hogan relived the experience of his first career pass and touchdown. Freshman cornerback Alex Carter offered insight to the defensive backfield's performance limiting one of the nation's top receivers to his season low. Senior quarterback Josh Nunes talked about his touchdown pass to senior tight end Zach Ertz and heaped praise on young Hogan.
No. 19 Stanford hosts Washington State on Saturday Oct. 27 for a Pac-12 North showdown at Stanford Stadium. The game kicks off at 3:15 p.m. PT and is nationally broadcast on Pac-12 Networks.
Two regular season home games remain for the Cardinal at Stanford Stadium this season - Oct. 27 versus Washington State and Nov. 10 versus Oregon State - and tickets may be purchased online at GoStanford.com, at the ticket office or by calling 800-STANFORD.