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Heisman Trophy Odds 2018: Preseason Favorites & Leaders

We are 54 days away from the start of the 2018 college football season, and the Heisman Trophy favorites are already beginning to emerge. For most of the offseason, Stanford running back Bryce Love, a finalist from a year ago, has been considered one of the favorites to bring home the most prestigious award in the game and he continues to top the latest list of odds. 290 more words

Football

Why Katie Ledecky decided to become a pro swimmer now

After leading Stanford to back-to-back NCAA championships, powerhouse swimmer Katie Ledecky recently turned professional following her sophomore season with the Cardinal – a decision she said was more about timing than anything, including endorsement opportunities. 638 more words

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Is Jim Harbaugh football's Taylor Swift?

I cover the parallels between Taylor Swift (her albums and dating life) and Jim Harbaugh’s head coaching career. Click here or the image to access

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Justin Reid-NFL Draft

Former Stanford safety Justin Reid, right, was drafted by the Houston Texans during the 3rd round of the NFL draft. In this photo, Washington State wide receiver Kyle Sweet (17) can’t hold onto a pass as he is tackled by Reid during game in Pullman, WA, last November. 74 more words

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3 Deep Sleeper Picks In Round 1 Of The NFL Draft

Around this point, the first round of the NFL Draft is pretty much set. Not so much the order, but more the names. Once you get towards the end of the first round, there’s always that one name that makes you scratch your head and say, “Who?” or “Why?” This year, we’re going to try to predict who that guy could be. 390 more words

Sports

See the sweet note South Carolina's Dawn Staley received on the plane from a rival coach

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley boarded a plane with her team to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA women’s tournament when, according to her Instagram post, she was handed a note from an opposing coach — Stanford’s Tara VanDerveer with wishes for a rematch at this year’s Final Four. 80 more words

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