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After finishing second to Baker Mayfield in last season's Heisman Trophy race, Stanford running back Bryce Love is the early favorite in Las Vegas to win the award this season.
- Stanford RB Love early Vegas Heisman favorite
- Ex-Stanford CB Alexander signs with LSU
- Ex-Stanford QB Chryst heading to Tennessee
- Stanford QB Costello to miss spring practice
He's a Heisman Trophy favorite, but Bryce Love can't get enough of the anonymous college life that Stanford provides.
Former Stanford cornerback Terrence Alexander has signed with the LSU Tigers as a graduate transfer and is eligible to play this season.
As we finish up our dream, 64-team college football bracket, which team reigns supreme? Thanks to a dominant defense and several options at QB, Dabo Swinney's squad comes out on top.
Sure, the College Football Playoff is great, but let's get greedy. Using the 2018 preseason FPI, we get down to the Sweet 16 in a true version of gridiron madness.
"He's running the team right now more than I am," David Shaw said of Jack Richardson, the son of two ex-Stanford athletes who's stepped in amid injury.
Former Stanford quarterback Keller Chryst, who started 13 games for the Cardinal in the past two seasons, is headed to Tennessee as a graduate transfer.
After his memorable appearance on "The Bachelor," Stanford performance coach Ross Jirgl attracted quite the crowd on the first day of spring practice.
Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello will miss spring practice due to injury.
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ESPN 300 quarterback Tanner McKee has committed to Stanford. Joins ESPN 300 quarterback Jack West in this class for the Cardinal.
Defensive back Patrick Surtain Jr., the top available recruit in the ESPN 300 on national signing day, picked Alabama. Georgia, however, is at No. 1 in the class rankings.
Stanford running back Bryce Love won the Lombardi Award, given to the top Division I football player based on performance, leadership, character and resilience.
Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield and finalists Lamar Jackson and Bryce Love are among seven finalists for the Lombardi Award, which is given to the nation's top player based on performance as well as leadership, character and resiliency.
Stanford quarterback Keller Chryst, who lost his starting job midway through 2017, will transfer for his final year of eligibility.