Other posts tagged: Stanford
The Irish Make Their Own Luck: Notre Dame’s Unlikely Journey to 6-0
Those who had been brave enough to tough out the freezing rain on a cold, gray October day in South Bend were treated to arguably one of the greatest games in Notre Dame history.
, 6-0, college gameday, football, Luck, mike trivella, national championship, nextgen, Notre Dame, rain, South Bend, Stanford,
Women’s College Soccer: Stanford Looks to Defend Title
This Thursday will pit two powerhouses against each other early in the women’s college soccer season. No. 1 Florida State (6-0) will host No. 4 Duke (7-1) in the first matchup of two top five teams so far in the young 2012 season.
, Duke, florida state, ncaa, nextgen, oklahoma state, scott eckl, Stanford, women's college soccer,
The Proliferation of Undergraduate Research
More and more college students are engaging in undergraduate research these days. What are the positive aspects about gaining first-hand experience in laboratories and other research entities? NGJ's Maria Minsker explores.
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What Should the Colts Do with Peyton Manning?
With the Colts staring at the opportunity to gain one of the top college football quarterbacks in history, and one of the best NFL quarterbacks of all-time currently on their bench, the solution is clear: take the Brett Favre-Aaron Rodgers approach.
, andrew luck, College Football, Colts, Draft, football, matt hundley, nextgen, NFL, peyton manning, Stanford,
College Football Week 11: Stanford Ducked Out of BCS Picture
Week 11 of the college football season saw yet another BCS shake-up as two of the top five fell at home. Plus we had a four overtime game, some ridiculously lopsided scores, and Heisman hopefuls either making or breaking their cases.
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College Football Week 11 Preview
Two huge games are coming up this weekend. One is Penn State vs. Nebraska, with the Lions playing without their legendary coach Joe Paterno. The other is Stanford vs. Oregon, the match that will probably decide the winner of the Pac-12.
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The One Reason Anyone Should Feel Bad for Lane Kiffin, and USC
In a fair world, you reap what you sow, and that should be the end of it. I propose a simple answer: punish only those who partook in the illicit action or had knowledge of the action and did nothing to stop it.
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College Football Week 9 Preview
HIghlights this week include a rivalry match between Georgia and Florida, a challenge to Stanford's Pac-12 dominance, and the possible end of the Tigers' undefeated streak.
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