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Sports Announcements

All Area nominations being accepted

All high school spring sports coaches can now nominate athletes from their respective sports for the upcoming Leaf-Chronicle All Area Team. 540 more words

News

KEVIN HOGAN ~ THE SCIENCE OF INFLUENCE

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STRATEGY

Pac-12 Football: 5 Players Who Are Ready to Become Stars in 2015

Scooby Wright, Devontae Booker, Su’a Cravens, Hau’oli Kikaha, Royce Freeman, Ishmael Adams and Nelson Spruce are just a few of the Pac-12 players who put together a breakthrough performance in 2014. 986 more words

College Football

Kevin Hogan indicates he will remain at Stanford

After the past couple of weeks, there has been speculation that Kevin Hogan was not especially happy at Stanford.  As the rumors went, the quarterback would look to transfer — Michigan was mentioned as a possibility — or possibly even make himself available for the NFL draft. 145 more words

Rumor Mill

College Football 2015 Graduate Transfer Quarterbacks: Big Names, Big Programs in Play

The transition to College Football’s 2015 talking season continues. One interesting discussion is graduate transfer quarterbacks. Three big names could be in the market for a new program in the coming weeks or months. 541 more words

College Football

Stanford Routs Maryland in Foster Farm's Bowl

In what was essentially a home game for them, Stanford cruised to an easy 45-21 victory over Maryland in the Foster Farm’s Bowl.

The game was never really in doubt for the Cardinal, as they held a 28-7 lead at halftime and eventually extended it to 42-7 until Maryland made a late push. 342 more words

Football

Stanford routs Maryland 45-21 in Foster Farms Bowl

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Stanford overwhelmed Maryland 45-21 in the Foster Farms Bowl on Tuesday night off Kevin Hogan’s 189 passing yards and two touchdowns, and Remound Wright’s rushing scores. 520 more words

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