Card Clicks: Stanford Gets an 'A' for Awesome

Some Stanford links to chew on during your lunch break. Drop your own in the comments.

  • Professor Jon Wilner gives Stanford an A for its performance against Notre Dame.
  • OffThePond, ahem, uncovers Wilner's AP voting notes. See, there's a method to his madness.
  • The Daily Axe provides some trash-talking points for Cardinal fans making the trip to Eugene, while the CARDBoard wonders what Lee Corso might wear on his head if he picks Stanford. (Here's a vote for one of Owen Marecic's cracked helmets.)
  • Ted Miller offers a list of interesting Pac-10 numbers. The prettiest of all might be Stanford's 100 percent scoring rate (26-for-26) in the red zone.
  • If Oregon punches Stanford in the mouth--figuratively speaking, of course--they can thank Jim Radcliffe.
  • The Daily Emerald reports that Chip Kelly and the Ducks won't be distracted by the GameDay atmosphere.
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