Former Stanford reliever Drew Storen attended the Hollywood premiere of "How Do You Know," a romantic comedy starring Owen Wilson as a Washington Nationals relief pitcher who is dating one-time Stanford student Reese Witherspoon.
Storen, a real-life relief pitcher for the Nationals, tweeted this shot from the red carpet and told Washington Post beat reporter Adam Kilgore that he was planning to grade the baseball scenes:
"I'm going to laugh," he said. "When I watch these baseball movies, I'm very critical. If something is a little off, it's like, 'That's not right. That undershirt is not something we wear.' "
Like Storen, former women's basketball standout Candice Wiggins was taking classes this fall. The 2008 National Player of the Year completed her degree in communications and is now a spokesperson for AIDS awareness. | SF Chronicle
Chase Beeler was named a First Team All-America and Andrew Luck was named to the Second Team by the Associated Press. | AP
Cardinal defensive coordinator Vic Fangio gets some love. | GoStanford.com
Stanford Provost John Etchemendy sent an e-mail to faculty urging them to be be flexible with students who miss the first day or two of classes to travel to the Orange Bowl. | The Stanford Review
Orange Bowl committee member Larry Gautier rocks a sweet coat and explains why the Orange Bowl selected Stanford over UConn. | Stanford Alumni Association
It's not too late to enter the SAA's Orange Bowl Video contest. You could win a football autographed by Luck and Jim Harbaugh. | Stanford Alumni Association
Stanford women's basketball head coach and 'legend' Tara VanDerveer prepares for what could be her 800th career win. | FanHouse