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Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea, who was a classmate of Jason Collins, gave support to the first openly gay male athlete in major American sports.
The simple fact of life nowadays for the Oakland Raiders is that no one really cares about them. During the 2012-13 season they averaged an attendance of 54,217 per game, almost 10,000 less than the 63,312 seat capacity of the Coliseum.
Football provides a platform for athletically gifted young men to show off their skills. It also provided a stage for one musically-inclined dude to bust out his political preferences.
After violating NCAA rules regarding his rental of an off-campus house, defensive tackle Terrence Stephens will not be playing in the Rose Bowl.
Where ya at Sconnie Nation? According to Bryan Fischer, Senior Correspondent for Pac-12 Digital, Stanford has bought nearly 8,000 of Wisconsin’s tickets for the Rose Bowl.
David Shaw is Stanford’s man. According to The Stanford Daily, Shaw and the university have reached an agreement that will keep Shaw at the helm of the Cardinal for a long time.
Doak Walker Award finalist Stepfan Taylor interviews YouTube sensation Kulabafi, the alter ego of Taylor.
College football coaches around the country have to be licking their chops at the news that Stanford’s backup QB, Brett Nottingham, will transfer.
If you were wondering how he would stack up against the likes of Cam Newton during the NFL Combine, wonder no more. He out-jumped Newton by one inch (36 inches) in the vertical jump, and has nearly matched him step for step in every other category. Luck posted an unofficial 40-yard dash of 4.59 seconds, [...]
University Ticket Office | General Public | Season Tickets/Alumni | Students | Will Call, Recruits, Players Family | Ticket Policy/FAQ’s University Ticket Office Stanford Ticket Office Gate 2, Stanford Stadium 641 E Campus Drive Stanford, CA 94305 Phone # 1-650-723-1021 Toll Free # 1-800-Stanford Fax # 1-650-723-6084 Website E-mail: email@example.com Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm (Return to [...]
Shuttle Service Stanford University does not offer a football shuttle for fans on gameday. Public Transportation There are several ways to get to Stanford Stadium using public transportation: BART: BART provides transit service on the San Francisco Peninsula and throughout the East Bay. Stanford riders can connect to BART at the following stations: Millbrae, Fremont, and [...]
Directions to Stanford Stadium From Highway 101 (North & South) Take the Embarcadero Road exit west toward Stanford. At El Camino Real, Embarcadero turns into Galvez Street as it enters the university. Stay in the left lane and continue toward the center of campus. Take a left at Nelson Road, the stadium will be on [...]
From Highway 101 (North & South) Take the Embarcadero Road exit west toward Stanford. At El Camino Real, Embarcadero turns into Galvez Street as it enters the university. Stay in the left lane and continue toward the center of campus. Galvez Street runs right through campus. From Highway 280 (North & South) Exit Sand Hill [...]
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Where To Be | Family Friendly Tailgating | Tailgating Rules & Regulations Where To Be Aw snap, we are still trying to catch this information Cardinal fans. To add the inside scoop on the best places to tailgate click here. (Return to Top) Family Friendly Tailgating If you are bringing the family, arrive early and [...]
General Public | Season Ticket/Reserved | RV, Bus & Other | Handicap General Public Stanford offers both paid and free parking on campus for Stanford football games. Parking is first come first serve and lots open approximately six (6) hours prior to kickoff. Make sure you bring cash. Paid Lots – $15/Vehicle, Lots are highlighted [...]
For the following stadium service locations use the map to the right: Ticket Sales Food & Beverage Restrooms Stadium Store Water Fountains First Aid ATM Guest Services Guest Services Guest Services tents are located outside Gates 2, 4, 8, and 15. Inside the stadium, Guest Services stations are located at the north and south ends [...]
Stanford Stadium (capacity 50,000 as of 2006) is an outdoor athletic stadium on the Stanford University campus, the home of Stanford Cardinal college football team. It originally opened in 1921 as a football and track stadium, an earthen horseshoe with wooden bleacher seating and flooring upon a steel frame. Its original seating capacity was 60,000, [...]
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