The Big Game happened, but oddly the game with the biggest Stanford-related implications didn’t even take place in the Bay Area.
Dirty play or terrible call? It’s a point of contention in different regions.
For the third consecutive year, it appears highly unlikely that the Pac-12 will be represented in the BCS National Championship Game.
After Thursday night, not a single you-know-what was given about that fact in Palo Alto.
Rumors of a prolific Warriors team were not greatly exaggerated.
Can both sides of the bay now make the claim that they’ve got the most electrifying quarterback in the NFL taking snaps? It’s looking that way.
That once-familiar look of Colin Kaepernick smooching his bicep wasn’t entirely forgotten, but it was certainly a welcome sight for 49ers fans who have been waiting for the, umm, “romantic” embrace.
Our pitch to the Oxford Dictionary to get “Verlandered” official is still pending, but as far the Oakland A’s are concerned, they’d be happy to forget the silly would-be verb.
Deep into the Oakland night, it was a couple of kids donning yellow who struck back to put the A’s back even against the Detroit Tigers.
When Sonny Dykes took the reins to Cal’s football team, he promised a new, prolific, high-octane offense.
Check. The defense? Well…to be determined.
On the rare instances when reality and hype see eye to eye, it’s a beautiful thing.