Card Clicks: Big Game Predictions

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Willys predicts a comfortable Stanford win. | Daily Axe

Jon Wilner expects the Bears to put up more of a fight. | College Hotline

Kevin Gemmell falls somewhere in between. | Stanford Football Blog

The offensive line is looking to rebound against Cal. | Stanford Football Blog

Stanford athletics archivist Jim Rutter offers his thoughts on some of the best Big Games. | Stanford Football Blog

As it does every week, the Cardinal hit the reset button following blowout loss to Oregon. | The Stanford Daily

Cal is preparing for slippery field conditions. | SF Chronicle

About that Big Game in October possibility? Sounds like it'll happen. | CGB

This is the biggest Big Game in quite some time. | The Stanford Daily

Lindy La Rocque scored a career-high 15 points on five 3-pointers in the Stanford women's basketball team's 97-48 rout of Old Dominion. | SF Chronicle

Next up for Stanford: UConn. | Hartford Courant

The Stanford women's soccer team takes aim at a South Carolina squad that has allowed only 16 goals all season. | The Stanford Daily

Head coach Jason Borrelli and the Stanford wrestling team travel to Tennessee this weekend for a pair of duals, including one against Central Michigan. The Chippewas are coached by Borrelli's dad. | The Stanford Daily

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