Jabari Parker Visits Stanford

Simeon (Chicago) basketball star Jabari Parker was reportedly on campus today. Parker lists Stanford among his Top 10.

Stanford Ranked No. 21 in AP Poll

USC, with 25 first-place votes, is No. 1.

Duke Has No Chance

Sleep science and a Stanford study say so. Remember: Drowsiness is red alert.

Honey Badger Don't Care

LSU coach Les Miles has dismissed Tyrann Mathieu for an unspecified violation of team rules.

Bernard Muir Named Stanford AD

Bernard Muir has been named Bob Bowlsby's replacement as Stanford Athletic Director. Muir, who played basketball at Brown, previously served as AD at Georgetown from 2005 to 2009. Stanford hired him from Delaware, where he guided the Blue Hens' program for the last three-plus years. More on the hire to come...

Let us ask questions for you guys at Pac-12 Media Day!

Don't tell my fellow Cal fans, but I actually really, really, really, really wanted to go to Stanford. Even applied early decision. Did not get in. They wanted me to write a mean, sarcastic request for questions here for the Pac-12 Media Day. But since I'm a super secret double agent, I'll just take the questions on the down low and we'll get them asked to your representatives. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!! So, either respond to this fanshot with some questions for your Pac-12 Media Day representatives or click here to leave them with us. Thanks!

Mark Appel Stays at Stanford

Well, I was wrong about Mark Appel. He didn't sign with the Pirates and will return to Stanford, which should make Cardinal baseball fans -- and Mark Marquess -- happy. Here's his statement: "After much thought, prayer and analysis of both opportunities, I came to the conclusion the best decision is to remain at Stanford continuing my studies, finishing my degree, and doing all I can to assist the Cardinal baseball team in our goal to win a national championship. I greatly valued the prospect of a professional opportunity and I will pursue a professional baseball career after getting my Stanford degree."

Mark Madsen, Intramural Superstar

Mark "Mad Dog" Madsen is featured in a fun Wall Street Journal article today about former pros who play in recreational leagues. An administrator informed Madsen he was in violation of Stanford's intramural policy, which states, in part, "former professional athletes are not eligible to participate in their associated sport." To which Madsen replied, "I've never played in a coed professional league."

Edrick Floreal Resigns as Stanford T&F Coach

After 15 seasons on the Farm, including eight as head coach Stanford Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track and Field, Edrick Floreal announced his resignation to accept the head coaching position at Kentucky. Floreal coached at Kentucky for three years prior to coming to Stanford. No news on whether his son, Paly basketball and track standout EJ Floreal, will finish his high school career in Palo Alto.

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