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During the morning of Nov. 24, Munoz saw a tweet from one of the Seahawks he follows, receiver Doug Baldwin.
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DAVIE, Fla. Rather low on star power, the Miami Dolphins are winning thanks to a cross-section of contributors, none more improbable than defensive back Michael Thomas.
An all-nighter is nothing new for a college student to pull off, so why should a 9 p.m. tipoff be a concern? In the first of five late-night starts this season, the 10th-ranked UConn Huskies host Stanford in another early-season, non-league test Wednesday at the XL Center .
Stanford Cardinal vs. Connecticut Huskies Wednesday, 12/18/13, 9:00 PM EST Opening Point Spread: Connecticut -8 Current Betting Line: Connecticut -7 Opening Total: N/A Current Total: N/A Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker Stanford has won back-to-back games, including an 83-56 victory over UC Davis as 22-point home favorites last Saturday, while going ... (more)
So when Michael Thomas made a game-winning interception in his NFL debut and found himself mobbed by teammates who didn't even know his name, Martin was quick to send a congratulatory text message, coast to coast and Stanford alum to Stanford alum.
Stanford left guard David Yankey is among four Cardinal football players named to the Associated Press 2013 All-America team.
Stanford left guard David Yankey highlights four Cardinal football players named to the Associated Press 2013 All-America team.
The University of Louisville football team held its fourth bowl practice Monday evening inside their Trager Center indoor practice facility, and it marked the first time the Cardinals implemented scout team work since beginning preparations for the Russell Athletic Bowl.
Stanford forward Chiney Ogwumike, left, shoots against New Mexico forward Khadijah Shumpert during the second half of an NCAA women's college basketball game in Stanford, Calif., Monday, Dec. 16, 2013.
Chiney Ogwumike scored 24 of her 32 points in the first half of Stanford's 75-41 victory over New Mexico on Monday night.
Stanford forward Chiney Ogwumike celebrates after scoring and being fouled against New Mexico during the first half of an NCAA women's college basketball game in Stanford, Calif., Monday, Dec. 16, 2013.
He said he was bothered by the speculation last year but now "it's just a testament to being a really good college football program."
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When March arrives and college basketball's postseason picture comes into focus, Stanford will look back at these next four days and understand their impact.
With the participants decided, travel arrangements made and individual awards decided, the postseason picture in college football finally feels like it's starting to cement.
They were tired of watching a one-dimensional offense, a predictable attack that was increasingly falling victim to expert game planning.