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When the Cardinal are gearing up for a big game, all of Stanford is paying attention, turning the campus into a sea of red and white to support one of the top teams in the elite Pac-12. Though the Cardinal have had a prominent program for quite a while, their recent teams have really taken it up a notch, routinely putting them right into the mix for a conference championship as they continue to churn out pro-ready players. In 2014, the Cardinal were able to fight their way through an arduous schedule to a 5-4 conference record and 8-5 overall, sending them into 2015 bristling with confidence that they can take another step forward in the conference.
Of course, fans also know that they don't have to wait until the opening kickoff to get it all started, as the fanfare starts to build well advance of the actual game time as fans show off their camaraderie and team pride. Fans know that the home-field advantage is absolutely crucial at the upper echelons of D-1 football, which keeps fans coming back for more as they show up hoping to tilt the biggest games of the season in the favor of the Cardinal. Once you get a chance to storm into the stands alongside tens of thousands of other fans on game day, you'll loud and clear why Cardinal football is a tradition that continues to be passed down from one generation to the next with glee.
Stanford Cardinal Football Team Info
Over more than a century of college football, the Stanford Cardinal have appeared in plenty of top bowl games and have gained a reputation for having more than a few potential pro stars on their roster in any given season. Over the years, some of their superstars have included guys like John Elway, James Lofton, Ernie Nevers and plenty of others as well while rising to elite status in one of the most competitive conferences in all of college football. More recently, it was quarterback phenom Andrew Luck who came through the program and went on to be the first overall pick in the NFL draft, which tells you quite a bit about the level of talent that fans have come to expect around Stanford.
The College Football Experience
Stanford Stadium is just one of those places that you absolutely have to witness at some point to truly appreciate Stanford football, as the excitement level that starts to grow leading up to the big game is the type of thing that you're simply not going to duplicate no matter how hard you try. When the game is on the line in the middle of a big Stanford game (hint: they're all big), the buzz of the crowd is reaching unbelievable levels as the Cardinal look to seal the deal with a huge play. So no matter how many other ways there are to keep tabs on your favorite teams, you're only fooling yourself if you think the TV in your living room is capturing the game day atmosphere that accompanies the Stanford Cardinal at every single turn throughout the course of the season.
Stanford Cardinal Football History
Since they first got rolling back in 1891, the Cardinal have built into nothing shy of a powerhouse program that continues to excel, taking down 14 different conference titles along the way while establishing themselves as one of the best teams in the ultra-competitive Pac-12. It's never easy in the same conference as teams like Oregon, Oregon State, USC, UCLA, Arizona and more, but that's just part of the fun of playing college football at its most intense and competitive. Fans have also been pouring into Stanford Stadium since all the way back in 1921, making it one of the oldest and most respected venues in American sports and the perfect spot for football fans of any generation.
Stanford Cardinal Football Trivia
How many touchdowns did alumnus Andrew Luck average in his first three seasons in the NFL?
Andrew Luck was easily touted as the number one pick in the 2012 NFL Draft when he came out of Stanford, though even the optimists have been mostly surprised by how quickly he's grasped the NFL game. Starting from day one, Luck has averaged more than 28 touchdowns a game in his first three seasons in the NFL, including his 2014 season in which he threw for a league-high 40 touchdowns to put him in the NFL discussion.
Stanford Cardinal Football Fans
Stanford Stadium is a stadium that has seen many a memorable moment over the years courtesy of the Cardinal, but it's also been the backdrop for a Super Bowl (XIX) and all kinds of other top-tier events as well while cementing its reputation as a hot spot of the Stanford community. But even though there are plenty of other big-time games as well that have gone down at Stanford Stadium, it's impossible to top the atmosphere that comes with the football program. For all the most anticipated matchups of the season, the excitement level tends to be nothing short of sublime for football fans, providing more than enough incentive to join more than 50,000 fans who love this team every bit as much as you do.
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