Oct. 2, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford Football Weekly and host Kevin Danna talked Tuesday with Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football and head coach David Shaw about the Cardinal's first defeat of the season at Washington, the areas Stanford is looking to improve, and the upcoming challenges of the Arizona Wildcats.
Three players also joined Stanford Football Weekly. Senior nose tackle Terrence Stephens (TFL vs. Washington) discussed the Stanford defense's and his desire to stop the run, which will be challenged by Arizona. Senior inside linebacker Shayne Skov (18 tackles in three games) shared his approach to playing a noon game on Saturday. Senior quarterback Josh Nunes (52 percent completions) opined on the 3-3-5 defense that Arizona is bringing to Stanford Stadium.
No. 18/18 Stanford (3-1, 1-1) returns home on Saturday Oct. 6 to host the Arizona Wildcats at Stanford Stadium with a noon PT / 3:00 p.m. ET kickoff and national broadcast on FOX.
The Cardinal's three remaining home games against Arizona, Washington State and Oregon State can be purchased together for $99 with the Cardinal Collectible Mini Plan - including an Andrew Luck bobblehead. Call 800-STANFORD or visit the online Mini Plan page at GoStanford.com to secure your seats in Stanford Stadium for the rest of this season today.