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Cardinal routs wounded Wildcats with a 34-10 desert victory

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Nov. 2, 2016

A week after the Stanford football team suffered an ignominious 10-5 homecoming defeat at the hands of a rising Colorado program, the Cardinal got just what the doctor ordered: A date with Arizona. 927 more words

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Bad-Ugly-Good: Taking stock of 4-3 Stanford

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Oct. 24, 2016

I should have taken my own suggestion.

On Saturday, I contemplated going on a long walk prior to Stanford’s kickoff against Colorado. 799 more words

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Buffaloes snatch a 10-5 win on the Farm from an inept, self-defeating Stanford offense

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Oct. 23, 2016

A punchless Stanford football team went down to defeat Saturday, dropping a 10-5 home decision to a resurgent Colorado. 1,112 more words

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Bad-Ugly-Good: Taking stock of 3-2 Stanford

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Oct. 14, 2016

A few weeks ago, I was chatting with an acquaintance who was munching on some roughage — I believe it may have been celery. 1,411 more words

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Winning the line of scrimmage will be crucial against Stanford

Washington State is facing an injured and young offensive line in Palo Alto, Calif. on Saturday. The Cougs need to take advantage and create chaos in Stanford’s backfield if they’re going to pick up their first win over Stanford since 2007. 402 more words

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Slaughter in Seattle: Washington overwhelms a hapless Stanford squad, 44-6, in front of ESPN’s Friday night lights

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Oct. 5, 2016

What is it about weeknight games in Seattle?

Four years ago, an unbeaten Stanford football team traveled to Seattle for a nationally televised Thursday night game against the University of Washington and turned in… 1,250 more words

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Stanford moves to 3-0 with two unlikely last-minute touchdowns against the Bruins

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Sept. 28, 2016

Late on Saturday night, matters were looking dire for the No. 7 Stanford football team.

The squad, playing in its first road game of the season, was trailing UCLA 13-9 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, having mustered just a trio of Conrad Ukropina field goals in more than three and a half quarters of play. 1,135 more words

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