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  1. Chip Kelly-Jim Harbaugh Rivalry Moves To NFLRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | CBS Local

    Chip Kelly and Jim Harbaugh have been fierce competitors in college when Oregon and Stanford battled for West Coast supremacy. They have been long-distance admirers of the way each can create mismatches through formations and play design.

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  2. No. 14 Stanford is two teams in one, which is a concernRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | USA Today

    No. 14 Stanford is two teams in one, which is a concern There is a surprising and wide disparity in play between Stanford's offense and defense. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/YvBEBj Stanford's Wayne Lyons is part of a defensive backfield that has been especially strong for the Cardinal through four games.

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  3. What we learned in the Pac-12: Week 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | ESPN

    Some things we learned about the Pac-12 in Week 5: UCLA and QB Brett Hundley are what we thought they'd be: UCLA answered a variety of questions in its 62-27 win over Arizona State, starting with Hundley's health and continuing with whether this team was overrated in the preseason. While it wasn't a perfect performance -- the defense needs to play better -- it was a dominating one on the road against a ranked team.

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  4. Hogan's late TD gives Stanford to 20-13 winRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    David Shaw provided a scathing assessment of Stanford's offense. Fortunately for the coach and the Cardinal, the public criticism came after a win.

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  5. Defense again carries No. 16 Stanford, beats Washington 20-13Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | MSNBC

    Through one third of its 2014 season, Stanford's defense has allowed two offensive touchdowns. As long as that continues, No.

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  6. Huskies' final drive falls short in loss to StanfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | The Columbian

    Kevin Hogan ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 4:29 remaining, and No. 16 Stanford took advantage of a poorly timed fake punt to hold off Washington 20-13 on Saturday.

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  7. Hogan, No. 16 Stanford edge WashingtonRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 27 | Sports Network

    Quarterback Kevin Hogan overcame two second- half turnovers to rush for the winning 5-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, lifting No. 16 Stanford to a 20-13 win over Washington on Saturday.

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  8. Out of the quagmire and into the Pac-12 victory columnRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Ty Montgomery caught a short pass and then used brute strength to bull his way into the end zone for a Stanford touchdown on Saturday. Photo by Stephen Brashear/stanfordphoto.com A quick start turned into a plodding mess until quarterback Kevin Hogan found the end zone in the final five minutes and No.

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  9. Stanford escapes with a victory over Washington: Rapid Reaction from a nailbiter in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Rule of Tree

    Look at those numbers: 2.63 yards per play, 7 offensive points,179 total yards. The Cardinal defense came up with critical stops time after time on Saturday and saved Stanford from another potential disaster.

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  10. Hogan, Stanford persevere in 20-13 win over WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | SFGate

    Kevin Hogan had to shake off two big mistakes - throwing an interception and losing a fumble - before regrouping Saturday for a hard-fought 20-13 win at Husky Stadium. After No.

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  11. Instant analysis: Stanford 20, Washington 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | ESPN

    How the game was won: The Cardinal delivered one of the best defensive performances of the Jim Harbaugh-David Shaw era. They limited the Huskies to 179 total yards and a measly 2.6 yards per play.

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  12. With Chip Kelly running Eagles, it can be hard to keep upRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | SFGate

    In May, Eagles rookie tight end Zach Ertz wasn't sure if he'd joined the NFL or a track team. His new coach, Chip Kelly, the architect of a no-huddle offense on amphetamines, demanded his players hit the field running, and running, and running ... "That first rookie minicamp I didn't know how long I'd last in this offense, to be honest," Ertz said.

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  13. 49ers' challenge: Slowing the Eagles' fast-and-furious offensive attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    Ertz played tight end in Stanford's deliberate, plodding, run-heavy offense for four years before the Philadelphia Eagles and their head coach, Chip Kelly, selected him in the second round last season. He said his introduction to Kelly's constant-motion, no-huddle offense was jarring.

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  14. Past two Dolphins coaches Philbin, Sparano: Disparate demeanors, similar situationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    Joe Philbin and Tony Sparano , the current and former coach of the Miami Dolphins , are polar opposites in so many ways. Yet somehow, some way they have found themselves on similar paths, facing common challenges trying to right the ship of South Florida's NFL franchise.

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  15. End Zone: Ex-Stanford QB emerges from shadows to lead Columbia LionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | New York Daily News

    Columbia quarterback Brett Nottingham, a transfer from Stanford and one-time heir apparent to All-American Andrew Luck, walked from his campus dorm, through the wrought-iron gate at the corner of Broadway and 116th Street. It was 7:55 a.m. Two coach buses idled outside the Miller Theatre.

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  16. Chip Kelly-Jim Harbaugh rivalry moves to NFLRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Washington Times

    Chip Kelly and Jim Harbaugh have been fierce competitors in college when Oregon and Stanford battled for West Coast supremacy. They have been long-distance admirers of the way each can create mismatches through formations and play design.

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  17. UAlbany football won't overlook ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Albany Times Union

    "It's funny because we had the school president come out here, and he said, 'You guys are probably going to have a tough season,'" senior strong safety TJ Idowu said. "We expected that, because when you go 1-11 , people don't expect you to have the kind of start that we did."

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  18. Stanford Women Upend Utah To Kick Off 2014-2015 SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, September 26. THE Stanford University women's swimming and diving team opened up the 2014-2015 season Friday night by winning 11 events to out-swim the University of Utah, 174-124, in Salt Lake City. Freshman Janet Hu led the way with three victories in her first collegiate dual meet.

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  19. Jeremy Guthrie throws seven shutout innings as Royals clinch playoff spot with 3-1 win...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | The Oregonian

    The Royals clinched a playoff spot for the first time in 29 years, beating the Chicago White Sox 3-1 on Friday night behind seven scoreless innings from former Ashland High and Stanford University star Jeremy Guthrie. Kansas City secured at least a wild card and ended the longest active postseason drought among the major North American sports leagues.

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  20. Stanford hopes passing game finds holes in Washington secondaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | SFGate

    Stanford hopes to exploit the inexperience of that group and has the weapons to do it - a veteran quarterback throwing to veteran wide receivers, and an emerging group of talented tight ends to make the passing attack even more varied. "They're very young and lack experience, but the guys can play," he said.

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